A ‘Lava Bomb’ Crashed Through a Hawaii Tour Boat, Injuring 23 People
An explosion from the Big Island's Kilauea eruption showered passengers with molten debris, seriously injuring some.
Who Owns the New Land Created By a Volcano in Hawaii?
What the law says about staking a claim to that hot new stuff.
Strands of Volcanic Glass Called ‘Pele’s Hair’ Rain Down on Hawaii Residents
The eruption of the Big Island’s Kilauea volcano has caused “Pele’s hair,” a type of volcanic glass that resembles spun sugar, to rain down on Pāhoa residents.
This Livestream of Hawaii's Volcanic Eruption Is Strangely Hypnotizing
Check out the dramatic seismic event from the safety of your desk.
Mount St. Helens Is ‘Recharging’ With Magma, Say Geologists
“The volcano is still very much alive.”
Geologists: Supervolcanoes Can Bury Huge Expanses, But Only in Slow-Motion
Geologists offer evidence that the biggest volcanic eruptions ooze their way to destruction.
New Imagery Reveals That Mount St. Helens Is Sitting Atop a Small Sea of Magma
Evidence for a Pacific-Northwest supervolcano?
New Tool Can Predict Solar Storms a Day in Advance Instead of an Hour
“The new technique takes a closer look at where mass ejections originate from on the sun.”
Predicting Volcanic Eruptions Isn't Easy, Especially When Your Funding Is Cut
From Iceland to Sicily, scientists fight to predict when volcanos will blow. In America, scientists fight for funding.
Ones and Zeros: Weiner Came Clean, Photos Suggest
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