I wasted a few minutes going to the US Geological Service (USGS). They promise all sorts of live, real-time maps, data feeds, etc... They also have global coverage, for big enough foreign quakes. They had nothing. Nada. I just tried it again now, and all of earthquake.usgs.gov is down (but other sites are up). I guess we get to watch America increasingly suck at science, and become less and less relevant.
If you want timely earthquake info, look to the Euro and APAC services. They rattle and roll a lot more over here! Here is an example, showing that the internal USGS feed did notice the earthquake, about a second after the European source. It also turns out that Europeans will not bother to report US earthquakes, and vice-versa, as you can see from the creepily-themed Global Incident Map quake service, which also maps terrorism and other stuff in 1998 Geocities themes.