Lava slowly flowing from the Kilauea volcano on Hawaii's Big Island has crept to within 70 yards of the nearest home in the village of Pahoa, and could destroy it on Tuesday. The lava was moving at 20 yards per hour, and had already covered graves in a Buddhist cemetery. Residents in the village, where 50 or 60 homes and businesses are threatened, have been told to be ready to evacuate. The Red Cross has opened a shelter to accommodate evacuees. Read more at The Washington Post.