Extremely hot temperatures and high fluid pressures found deep within Alpine fault.
Divers in the Philippines watched the ocean floor shake when a powerful 5.7-magnitude earthquake caught them underwater.
This is the second sighting of the deep-sea species in the area, which leads us to the question: are these signs of an impending megaquake?
Hundreds of tiny quakes struck California to ring in 2017. Here's why there's little need to worry of a big one coming.
Japan was hit by a 7.4 magnitude earthquake early morning of Nov. 22. The earthquake occured in Fukushima where a devastating incident killed 18,000 in 2011.
Mysterious green and blue lights flared across the night sky as an earthquake shook New Zealand. On Sunday, New Zealand was rocked by a magnitude-7.8 earthquake. The shock was amplified after flashes of light appeared on the sky "during the peak" of the quake.
The USS Sampson, a US warship, diverted in a small coastal town in New Zealand on Wednesday to help in the evacuation of tourists and local residents from the 7.5 magnitude earthquake.
Ever heard of a man-made earthquake? Studies show that one of the recent and dangerous earthquakes in the state of California may not have been caused by the dreaded San Andreas Fault.
The new fault was discovered by scientists from Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California San Diego and the Nevada Seismological Laboratory at the University of Nevada, Reno.
Experts say "the big one" is long over due. Following 200 earthquakes which happened in a single day last week, officials in California issued an earthquake alert for residents of Southern California, prompting anxiety among the Californian residents.
The quakes could be stronger than 4.3 magnitude.
The earthquake that shook Oklahoma on Sept. 3 is the strongest earthquake ever recorded in the state, and the public is concerned that the disaster is somewhat linked to oil and gas drilling.
A dog's loyalty transcends even until death, as a dog from Italy proves his loyalty to his owner by staying beside his owner's coffin that died in the recent Italy earthquake.
Nine days after what was once the golden retriever Romeo’s home in Amatrice, Italy collapsed on him, his incessant barking alerted firefighters to his presence under the debris and led to his triumphant rescue.