As Hurricane Florence Approaches, One South Carolina Inmate Says 'Prisoners Are Extremely Nervous' About Their Safety
Pacific Standard spoke with an inmate in Lee Correctional Institution as he and other prisoners prepared for the storm.
As Hurricane Florence Barrels Toward the East Coast, Here Are the Other Storms Threatening Millions Worldwide
Multiple intense storms are moving across the Atlantic and the Pacific, with millions of people in their paths.
For Some, Fukushima Evacuations Were Worse Than Radiation
A study of nursing homes near the nuclear site suggest the physical and mental stress of evacuation took more years off people's lives than radiation will.
CSI: Pompeii — Findings May Impact Today's Naples Residents
The ancient Romans of Pompeii were already parboiled when the lava arrived, according to a new investigation with scary implications for modern-day Naples.
When Fire Strikes, Americans Grab the Family Album
Turns out we may not be the nation of hedonistic, greed-fueled Gordon Gekkos now being blamed, at least in part, for the collapse of the housing market, the dot.com crash and various other boom-and-bust bubbles.