Lava Gushes from Volcano Near Manila; Tens of Thousands Flee
By Associated Press
Frequent tremors and inflation of the Taal volcano indicate a major and much more dangerous eruption could still happen.
Living in the Shadow of Mount Sinabung
By Aisyah Llewellyn
As Mount Sinabung keeps erupting, the Indonesian government struggles to tackle a long-running natural disaster.
Mount Agung Rumbles, Residents Evacuate
By Alexandra Radu
140,000 people have been evacuated as one of Bali’s volcanoes shows signs of a pending eruption.
Sharks in a Volcano: Why You Should Care
By Catherine Putz
Scientists found hammerheads swimming inside the crater of an underwater volcano--do they know when it's about to blow?
Japan Suffers Fatal Volcanic Blast
By Clint Richards
Mount Ontake’s eruption is the most deadly in over 20 years.
Indonesian Authorities Prepare for Disaster After Mount Sinabung Eruptions
By J.T. Quigley
The highly active Sumatran volcano erupted more than 70 times over the weekend.