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  1. An algorithmic error told Californians they’d be in for a major earthquake on Wednesday, but the earthquake had already happened ― in 1925. The automatically generated report from ...

  2. Scores of people around the world received reports on their email accounts and Twitter feeds Wednesday, alerting them to a powerful earthquake with a magnitude potentially capable of ...

  3. It was at first mistaken for an explosion or a truck colliding with a building, but there was no apparent major damage from a minor earthquake that rattled Augusta on Tuesday morning.

  4. It was an earthquake felt on Twitter — and nowhere else. A report of a 6.8 magnitude earthquake in the Pacific Ocean near Santa Barbara, Calif. turned out to be a false alarm.

  5. Danny Hoesen was the last Earthquake to score a goal. 246 minutes passed by, and in the 13th minute of Saturday’s 2-1 win over Real Salt Lake, Hoesen did it again. Hoesen and the Quakes ...

  6. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and members of Congress voice support to fund the earthquake early warning system.

  7. An earthquake alert sent out by a staffer at Caltech had Southern Californians quaking in fear Wednesday night — but not because the ground was actually moving. The report of a 6.8 magnitude ...

  8. A small magnitude 3.3 earthquake centered in the East Bay rattled Berkeley residents Wednesday afternoon, according to the US Geological Survey website.

  9. A rare magnitude-four earthquake hit Greenland's west coast on Sunday, producing a surge of water that swept away homes and led to reports of a number of people missing. Joint Arctic ...

  10. In May 2008, a magnitude 7.9 earthquake killed nearly 90,000 people in Wenchuan county, some 25 miles from Mao county. Scientist He Siming told the state-owned Beijing News that the 2008 ...

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