There are federal programs that serve U.S. women and children by reducing healthcare disparities and the incidence of morbidity and mortality.
The United States is not ready to handle an EMP event. President Trump’s executive order is a good first action toward EMP preparedness.
While the Federal Emergency Management Agency has a larger, permanent footprint in the Virgin Islands since hurricanes Irma and Maria, readiness for the upcoming hurricane season remains a work in progress and by no means a certainty.
Baltimore Fire Department using overtime to fill nearly one-third of shifts amid daily staffing shortages
The Baltimore City Fire Department is paying overtime to fill nearly a third of its firefighter and medic shifts every day, blowing through its overtime budget.
The “bomb cyclone” dominated headlines last week, but the flooding it caused in the U.S. Great Plains did not initially. Four lessons have emerged.
Storm-related floods killed at least 12 people in Sicily – including nine members of two families who were spending a long weekend together.
Hurricane Michael roared closer to the Florida Panhandle on Wednesday after intensifying into a Category 4 storm, gaining strength just hours before it was poised to make landfall in the afternoon as the strongest hurricane on record to strike the region.
Michael Strengthens to a Hurricane and is Forecast to Make Landfall in Florida as a 'Dangerous' Category 3 Midweek
It will likely be the area's strongest hurricane in thirteen years. The NWS is also warning that a life-threatening storm surge is possible along portions of the Florida Gulf Coast.