The axial tilt (or obliquity) varies only a little. Over the last 5 million years, the obliquity of the ecliptic (or more accurately, the obliquity of the Equator on the moving ecliptic of date) has varied from 22.0425 degrees to 24.5044 degrees, but for the next one million years, the range will be only from 22.2289 degrees to 24.3472 degrees. Source: http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Axial_tilt The notion of a severe tilt change is an Internet hoax that has been going around. It's obviously false, as such a tilt change would result in extreme daylight cycle changes as well as weather changes. Check snopes.com to investigate such hoaxes.
Yes, there are sites you may visit to see the current axial tilt of the earth. You can abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread597829/pg1. Some people say that it is a fixed and unchanging situation of 23.5 degrees.