An interview with Paul Timmons, co-founder of a non-profit that helps the most vulnerable escape from natural disasters.
There's a massive storm coming to the Lone Star State. Is disaster relief prepared?
Disaster movies provide audiences more than just entertainment.
Research shows people are much less likely to give to disaster relief efforts long after a galvanizing "start" date.
Donors gave $312 million after the storm, but it’s not clear where exactly the money went.
An army of insect-sized robot rescuers may some day help save lives after a disaster.
Engineering professor Theo Theofanous, long recognized for his work on risk and accident analysis specifically focused on nuclear reactors, begins the first of three podcasts on the Fukushima incident with Curiouser & Curiouser host Jai Ranganathan.
The ancient Romans of Pompeii were already parboiled when the lava arrived, according to a new investigation with scary implications for modern-day Naples.