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A tornado in north Dallas, Texas, as seen on Sunday night.

A tornado rammed through Dallas overnight, destroying buildings and cars, and cutting power to more than 145,000 homes

Videos show silhouettes of the tornado striking north Dallas and the debris strewn across roads and highways. There have been no injuries so far.

Survivalists are buying underground doomsday bunkers to prep for the apocalypse. Here’s what they look like.

High-end doomsday shelters come with security systems and blast-proof doors to protect people from disasters or attacks.
People wade through a flooded street after Hurricane Barry in Mandeville, Louisiana, July 13, 2019.

Life-saving tips that could help in almost any natural disaster, from fires to hurricanes

Less than half of Americans say they are prepared for a disaster. Here's what to remember if one strikes.

Hurricane Dorian could hit the insurance industry with more than $25 billion in losses, UBS says

The storm could bring as much as $40 billion in damages, analysts wrote. Reinsurers might boost prices if the hurricane wipes out capital reserves.

Meet the Hurricane Hunters — the pilots and scientists who fly into hurricanes like Dorian to gather data for forecasters

As Hurricane Dorian turns toward Florida, the Hurricane Hunters are flying their planes through the storm to gather data. Here's how they do it.

Multiple natural disasters have reportedly stretched FEMA’s disaster response workforce to the brink

Fewer than a quarter of FEMA's disaster response workforce is reportedly available for deployment after multiple natural disasters.

Some California residents are sleeping outside after the state was hit with major earthquakes

A 6.4 magnitude earthquake rattled Ridgecrest, California, on Thursday, and a 7.1 magnitude quake hit the next day.

The 6 deadliest hurricanes in US history

June 1 marked the start of hurricane season. Here's what to know about the deadliest hurricanes the US has ever endured.
Addy Tritt with all of the shoes she bought from Payless.

A woman bought all the remaining pairs of shoes at a closing Payless store and gave them to flood victims in Nebraska

Addy Tritt purchased all of the remaining shoes at the store in Hays, Kansas, to give to victims of the Nebraska floods.

This 1-minute video highlights the hypocrisy of Verizon’s Super Bowl ad about helping firefighters

Last summer, Verizon throttled a fire department's data during natural disaster, slowing its data to 1/200th of the normal speeds.