Scientists investigating Hawaii's destructive Kīlauea eruption in 2018 found a surprising link to heavy rainfall, which is expected to increase in frequency due to the climate crisis.
It’s been weeks since Kilauea first started spewing lava over Hawaii’s Big Island, and things are not looking great.
What the law says about staking a claim to that hot new stuff.
It looks like we have another Tide Pod situation on our hands.
And if they come in contact with lava, they can trigger massive explosions.
Check out the dramatic seismic event from the safety of your desk.
Residents are being airlifted from their homes as the eruption grows even more catastrophic.
A "major volcanic eruption is imminent, under way, or suspected with hazardous activity both on the ground and in the air.”
Along with a cloud of volcanic ash that could travel up to 20 miles from the summit.
And scientists don't know when the summit would stop erupting.