A new map released by the U.S. Geological Survey reveals that nearly half of Americans should be prepared for a potentially damaging earthquake.
Some experts warn that Los Angeles is not ready for another big earthquake. If the big one - classified as a 7.5-magnitude or higher quake - were to hit tomorrow, experts say Californians would see that the state is "woefully unprepared."
A $600 million development project in Hollywood could get canned if geologists' predictions are proven true. Developers were shaken up by recent revelations that their 1-million square-foot luxury hotel and offices space, known as Millenium Park, likely sits right atop the Hollywood earthquake fault.