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The East Coast doesn't get earthquakes often but when they do strike, there's a whole lot more shaking going on. The ground in the East is older, colder and more intact than the West Coast or the famous Pacific Ring of Fire. So East Coast quakes rattle an area up to 10 times larger than a similar-sized West Coast temblor.
The man with the power to grant pardons in Arkansas says he doesn't plan to issue them in the "West Memphis Three" case unless evidence shows someone else was to blame for the murders of three Cub Scouts nearly two decades ago.
Cell phone and landline customers experienced connection problems after Tuesday's earthquake, but there were no immediate reports of trouble for police and rescue workers.
The largest Virginia earthquake in more than a century jolted the Washington, D.C., area on Tuesday, prompting widespread building evacuations, snarling traffic and sending emergency crews scrambling after reports of superficial damage and minor injuries.
The first major Atlantic hurricane this season could hit the region by the late weekend, threatening the long-awaited dedication of the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial on the National Mall.
It's hard to believe now that the Louisiana Superdome was once filled with water, mold and tens of thousands of evacuees escaping the flooded neighborhoods of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.
Wanda Tiger and her husband needed a new home after a long-term house-sitting arrangement came to an end. But for members of their American Indian tribe in rural Oklahoma, affordable housing options were few.
As if the Federal Emergency Management Agency didn't have enough to worry about dealing with this spring's deadly natural disasters, Wednesday marked the official beginning of an Atlantic hurricane season forecasters say will be busier than normal.
As the Democrats work hard to paint all Republicans as heartless and uncaring about the needy, no one is mentioning Jack Scott, the Democratic mayor of Cordova, Ala.