Murders, Tsunamis, Bus Singing: What's Ruining Our Cities This Week

Why were so many people shot in Chicago last weekend? Does today's earthquake in Japan mean another Fukushima meltdown? And why does Winnipeg want to fine people $100 for singing in public? These are the questions we address in this week's edition of What's Ruining Our Cities. » 7/11/14 7:40pm 7/11/14 7:40pm

Typhoon Talas Kills 47 In Japan, 450,000 People Evacuated

Japan can't catch a break. It's not right. After dealing with a 9.0 earthquake earlier this year, they just got swarmed by Typhoon Talas, a tropical storm that was just as bad as Hurricane Irene. These are the pictures of the aftermath. » 9/06/11 4:00pm 9/06/11 4:00pm

Japanese Inventor Wants to Destroy Typhoons With Submarines

Typhoons are a deadly problem along eastern Asia, killing dozens yearly. Their lifeblood? Warm ocean water. Which is exactly what Japanese inventor Koichi Kitamura wants to fix, with subs that would pump cold water to the surface, killing storms dead. » 9/27/10 7:20pm 9/27/10 7:20pm