In 2019, Benjamin Davies designed a simulated epidemic, and the results provide insight into what’s going wrong in the response to COVID-19.
Emergency Management News
Air traffic controllers train for many years to qualify for the job, and only around 1% of applicants make it through to qualify.
Two lions mauled and critically injured a zookeeper inside their enclosure Friday at a closed Australian zoo.
Emergency and disaster management briefing for May 29, 2020: A WEA alert failed during a severe weather outbreak near Chattanooga — and other news.
Luxembourg started a coronavirus testing program Wednesday to check each and every one of its roughly 600,000 people, as well as cross-border workers, over the next nine weeks.
COVID 19 in nursing homes: What makes residents of nursing homes in the U.S. and around the world so susceptible to the coronavirus?
A mental health provider cannot be held liable for the actions of a man accused of a 2018 Florida high school massacre, an appeals court ruled Wednesday.
Emergency and disaster management briefing for May 27, 2020: Tropical Storm Bertha is set to make landfall near Charleston, South Carolina – and other news.
Extremely heavy rains this past weekend caused two dams to break in Midland, Michigan, on Tuesday. The severe flooding forced the evacuation of about 11,000 people.
A look at a recently reported list of the Top Ten alleged most dangerous roads in the world – and how a self-driving car would handle them.