A new look into HBO's upcoming miniseries "Chernobyl" gives us a deep look into the nuclear power plant disaster that rocked the then Soviet Union and continues to impact Ukraine to this day. Director Johan Renck spoke with Carol Hills about why he feels this story needs to be told.
The waters are gone in Louisiana, but the clean-up is only beginning
The West Coast of the US is due for a major earthquake — and there's not really much that can be done about it. But some communities are starting to prepare how they will respond whenever that day comes.
This app is uniting thousands of citizen scientists and using them to help detect earthquakes using a smartphone app.
In the absence of a human population, the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone has become a de facto nature reserve.
Anup Kaphle visited Nepal three times in the past year — twice to report on the earthquake, and once to get married.
It's been a year since the earthquake in Nepal. The devastating quake hit on April 25, 2015, killing almost 9,000 people and leaving many thousands homeless. Photographer Sonia Narang visited with several people who lost their homes, livelihoods or access to basic needs in the disaster.
A deadly earthquake in Ecuador has brought out the best in Ecuadorians. But there's still much work to do to get aid to those who desperately need it.
About 100,000 people are still displaced and it will be decades before the nuclear plant is successfully de-commissioned.
About 1,000 undocumented immigrants live in Flint, Michigan. But, as the city's water crisis has unfolded, they've been slow to receive help or supplies. Here's how one group of churches is trying to help.
Dr. Zoi Livaditou is a Lesbos native. She's had a career saving lives as an emergency medicine doctor who has spent time in war and disaster zones in places like Afghanistan, Gaza and Haiti. Now the emergency has arrived at her home — in the form of the massive refugee crisis.