The nation's deadliest and most thoroughly documented human trafficking case received renewed attention on Sunday in Texas.
Will Yemen soon see relief from the massive cholera epidemic that has taken hold there? An expert from AMU offers analysis.
Emergency and disaster management briefing for July 24, 2017: 30 individuals have been hospitalized and 9 people have died following an alleged human trafficking incident in Texas - and other news.
The truth about sharks: According to the University of Florida, you are 75 times more likely to die from lightning than a shark attack.
Emergency and disaster management briefing for July 21, 2017: An earthquake strikes Greece and Turkey killing at least two - and other news.
Report: State water resources officials and federal regulators caused the failure of the Oroville Dam spillway in February by ignoring long-established guidelines and neglecting their duty to manage risks and detect flaws.
Two Orange County Fire Rescue firefighters and a battalion chief were suspended without pay for allegedly reselling Walt Disney World tickets.
A coffee manufacturer is voluntarily recalling their product, after the FDA determined what’s actually contained in its coffee.
Healthcare Bill: People who work at hundreds of the nation's rural hospitals are closely watching the developments on Capitol Hill.