Residents of the evacuated seaside town of Grindavík in Iceland continue to hold their breath in anticipation of a possible volcanic eruption in the area after officials said magma has once again accumulated underground.
The USGS said the Hawaii earthquake was felt as far as Honolulu on the island of Oahu.
The initial earthquake in Oklahoma was followed by at least eight smaller temblors through Saturday morning.
The federal agency in charge of emergency management is changing its program that helps those who survive wildfires, hurricanes and other natural disasters.
Japanese officials are warning people in some areas to stay away from their homes because of a risk of more strong quakes. Aftershocks continued to shake Ishikawa prefecture and nearby areas a day after a magnitude 7.6 temblor slammed the area on Monday.
A powerful earthquake shook Indonesia’s easternmost region of Papua early Sunday, but there were no immediate reports of serious damage or casualties.
Hundreds of people reported feeling minor earthquakes of similar intensity on Hawaii's Big Island and on the Olympic Peninsula northwest of Seattle, but no damage was reported.
More than 700 people were injured in China's deadliest earthquake in nine years, authorities said.
The IMO has been warning of the possible eruption ever since a swarm of "intense" earthquakes was detected north of Grindavík at the end of October.
People in southwest Iceland remained on edge Saturday, waiting to see whether a volcano rumbling under the Reykjanes Peninsula will erupt.
As volcanic and seismic activity continues to rattle southwestern Iceland with thousands of small earthquakes, scientists remain on alert, still declaring that there is a "significant likelihood" of volcanic eruption in the coming days.
Residents of a fishing town in southwestern Iceland left their homes Saturday after increasing concern about a potential volcanic eruption caused civil defense authorities to declare a state of emergency in the region.
Federal authorities have started removing hazardous materials from the Maui wildfires and laying the groundwork to dispose of burnt cars, buildings and other debris.
Salt water from the Gulf of Mexico has moved further up the Mississippi, threatening drinking water in communities that rely on the river for fresh water.
On average, people were exposed to 9.9 days per year to some form of smoke pollution that could be potentially harmful to their health, the study said.
Libya's eastern city of Derna has buried 700 of at least 1,000 people killed in devastating flooding and 10,000 are reported missing.
A powerful earthquake struck Morocco late Friday night, killing more than 2,000 people and damaging buildings and historic landmarks in major cities.
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Death toll in Maui has surpassed 100
The 7.2-magnitude earthquake struck about 65 miles south of Sand Point, Alaska.