The U.S. Geological Survey says a magnitude-3.2 aftershock occurred at 6:39 p.m. Monday 10 miles south-southeast of Mineral, the epicenter of the Aug. 23 earthquake.
After the shutdown Monday morning at Exelon Nuclear's Byron Generating Station, operators began releasing steam to cool the reactor from the part of the plant where turbines produce electricity.
Honda Motor Co. says its net profit in the October-December quarter tumbled 41 percent to 47.6 billion yen ($625 million) due to the strong yen and supply chain disruptions from flooding in Thailand.
The two teens had a detailed plot, blueprints of the school and security systems, but no explosives.
Brian Tishuk, Executive Director at ChicagoFIRST, speaks with CI about the organization’s unique take on regional resilience, the work done to prioritize internet bandwidth during events such as a pandemic, credentialing and preparations for the NATO G8 summit.
As a result of deploying a Riverbed wide area network (WAN) optimization solution, MBCI reduced data traffic by 82 percent and increased bandwidth capacity by four times in its private cloud environment.
The latest version includes updates to the user interface to increase end user adoption and enhancements to scheduling to improve the targeting of alerts.
With the explosive growth of social media in the last several years, a new paradigm in contact management has emerged. Each major platform has tools to segment or categorize your contacts into groups as a means to filter and manage specific content that is useful for those members. They also allow for document sharing and real-time status updates on team recovery activities. This is a business continuity manager’s dream.
A new study is warning that the Tokyo region has a 70 percent chance of being hit directly by a powerful magnitude-7 earthquake within four years.
Mexican officials report the number of detected A(H1N1) cases at 573, with nine deaths from the strain, also known as swine flu.
At least two tornadoes roared across the heart of Alabama on Monday, killing two people and injuring more than 100 others during the middle of the night.
Dotcom, 37, appeared at a bail hearing Monday at an Auckland court after police raided his mansion Friday and removed him from a safe room where they say he barricaded himself.
When Megaupload executives arrive in court to answer charges that they orchestrated a massive online piracy scheme, they'll be backed by a prominent lawyer who has defended Bill Clinton against sexual harassment charges.
Virginia State Police say a computer network outage left them unable for several hours to perform such routine tasks as running fingerprints, conducting background checks and registering sex offenders.
It's the plasma that causes much of the noticeable problems on Earth, such as electrical grid outages. In 1989, a solar storm caused a massive blackout in Quebec.