There are rumors that "swarms of devastating earthquakes" will rock the planet next year thanks to a slowdown of the Earth's rotation. But, wait...
Emergency Management News
The majority of active-duty U.S. troops involved in hurricane relief in Puerto Rico will return home this week, but power restoration and a few other missions are ongoing, said a U.S. general overseeing the effort.
Argentine navy sources say that efforts have increased to locate a submarine missing off the Argentine coast since last Wednesday.
Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei and other military commanders visited the earthquake-stricken area of Iran’s western Kermanshah province on Monday morning.
Emergency and disaster management briefing for November 20, 2017: Three air ambulance crew members are dead following a helicopter crash and other news.
Scientists have found strong evidence that 2018 will see a big uptick in the number of large earthquakes globally. Earth’s rotation, as with many things, is cyclical, slowing down by a few milliseconds per day then speeding up again.
Dozens of neighbors rushed to the scene of a massive late-night fire that injured at least 20 people at a Pennsylvania senior living community.
Those who live in hurricane-hardened houses that are not in mandatory evacuation zones can stay put. Others might have to choose whether to evacuate.
Citing toxic smog that one official said has turned India's capital city into a "gas chamber," United Airlines has canceled flights to New Delhi until the air gets better.
Church gun use demonstration: A man pulled out his .380 caliber Ruger handgun and ended up accidentally shooting himself and his wife.