Scientists Sequence DNA of Man Who Died In Pompeii Eruption for First Time
The find is remarkable because "DNA is like ice cream—it lasts longer when it is cold," said a study lead.
El Salvador’s President Unveils Golden ‘Bitcoin City’ Amid Brutal Crash
President Nayib Bukele unveiled the glittering mock-up, complete with a Bitcoin at the city’s center, as Bitcoin lost half its value.
Scientists Discover Centuries-Old Arctic Creatures Surviving on Fossils
Sponges spotted a half a mile below the Arctic sea ice had researchers "jumping for joy" according to a study co-author.
Tongan Flag Bearer Cancels Olympic Plans to Help Tsunami-Stricken Nation
The taekwondo and skiing athlete says his country is far from recovering from the effects of the most powerful volcanic eruption in decades.
Before and After Photos Show ‘Unprecedented’ Disaster of Tonga Volcano Eruption
The eruption of Hunga Tonga Hunga Ha'apai volcano could be seen from space and caused 15m-high tsunami waves that destroyed every home on one island.
She Took Photos of a Beautiful Sunset After a Volcano Erupted. Then the Tsunami Hit.
The woman, an animal shelter operator, was found dead by her husband after being swept away.
Look at These Surreal Photos of Buildings Submerged by Volcanic Ash
Parts of La Palma in Spain's Canary Islands have been blanketed in thick layers of ash following the eruption of the Cumbre Vieja volcano.
WWII Warships Emerge From the Ocean After a Volcano Erupted in Japan
Recent volcanic eruptions have created some unusual sights.
What It’s Like Living Next to Kilauea, America’s Most Dangerous Volcano
Kilauea, the 4,000-foot volcano in Hawaii, began glowing Wednesday afternoon. Locals are still recovering from its last eruption in 2018.
Mass Evacuation As Volcano Erupts for the First Time in 50 Years on Spanish Island
Around 5,000 people have been evacuated following the eruption of the Cumbre Vieja volcano in the Canary Islands.
Even Minor Volcanic Eruptions Could Cause Global Catastrophe, Study Finds
Eruptions at key locations could be catastrophic for critical infrastructure—destabilizing trade and currencies, and triggering mass migrations.
The World Bank Cut Funding to a Volcano Observatory Before a Deadly Eruption
The observatory near Mount Nyiragongo was not able to make measurements for months before dozens were killed last week, after the World Bank cut funding.