Kilauea: A volcano that is oozing, spewing and exploding on Hawaii's Big Island has gotten more hazardous, sending rivers of molten rock pouring into the ocean.
The two mountain bikers did what they were supposed to do when they noticed a cougar tailing them on a trail east of Seattle – but tragedy occurred.
Investigators combed through evidence seeking answers to why a school bus carrying 45 fifth-graders and teachers on a field trip collided with a dump truck.
A daunting plume of blackened ash, like the one that soared more than two miles above Kilauea on Tuesday, hasn't been seen over the nation's most active volcano in nearly a century.
Federal and local investigators searched through debris, looking for remnants of a possible explosive device, after a blast at a Southern California medical office building that left a woman dead and three other people injured.
Residents in the Northeast cleaned up Wednesday, a day after powerful storms pounded the region with torrential rain and marble-sized hail, leaving at least four people dead.
A salmonella outbreak that led to a recall of nearly 207 million eggs has now sickened nearly three dozen people in states along the East Coast.
Ebola vaccines will be shipped as quickly as possible to Congo as the number of suspected cases in the latest outbreak grows.
Hurricane season doesn't officially start until June 1, but the National Hurricane Center is already eyeing a disturbance in the Gulf of Mexico.
If you have not been paying attention, the Kilauea volcano erupted in the past week, causing evacuations, earthquakes, lava flows, and emissions of sulfur dioxide.