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‘We’re just having a bit of an earthquake here’: New Zealand’s Jacinda Ardern was unfazed when an earthquake hit during a live...
Prime Minister Jacinda Adern was speaking live on TV in Wellington when a 5.8 magnitude earthquake felt by almost 40,000 people hit near Levin.
NASA’s InSight lander is revealing Mars to be far more shaky than we thought. It picked up about 450 quakes and 10,000 ground-bending whirlwinds...
"It's still a very mysterious situation, and we're kind of in the Wild West of understanding what's going on here," one InSight investigator said.
The cables detected a new fault system near the San Andreas Fault, which runs along the California coast.
A vintage panorama of San Francisco in 1877 gives a rare look at the city before it was destroyed by an earthquake. The photos sold for $14,000.
Some San Francisco neighborhoods still look similar today, but many ornate mansions and cobblestone streets are gone.
A 3.5 magnitude earthquake hit west of Colma, which is just south of San Francisco. Colma is known as "The City of the Dead" because of its cemeteries
NASA’s InSight lander on Mars has detected more than 20 quakes. Early data suggests the red planet may be less Earth-like than we thought.
NASA's InSight lander has heard lots of rumbling on Mars. A seismologist says the quakes are changing our understanding of the planet's crust.
Alaska was hit by a 5.0-magnitude earthquake that impacted two capital cities and left locals’ beds and showers shaking
The 5.0-magnitude earthquake, which originated in Glacial Bay National Park, was the second earthquake in the region over the last two days.
A strong magnitude 6.3 earthquake was registered off the coast of Oregon, where the ‘big one’ is overdue
The US Geological Survey said the earthquake happened about 184 miles west of Coos Bay, Oregon, at 8:08 a.m. local time.
Earthquake preparation is a necessary insurance policy, especially if you live near where they are prevalent. Here's what you'll need to prepare.
Sacramento isn't just saving former San Francisco residents from expensive rents. It might also be saving them from earthquakes.