Dozens of people were violently slammed off the ceiling of a jetliner that encountered unexpected and intense turbulence over the Pacific Ocean Thursday.
Emergency Management News
What would self-driving driverless cars do if they were faced with driving in an area that was experiencing an earthquake?
Asteroid Watch: Only about one-third of the estimated 24,000 near-earth objects large enough to cause regional or national destruction have been cataloged.
Forget about earthquakes; atmospheric rivers – also described as rivers in the sky – are capable of burying Sacramento under 30 feet of water.
Emergency and disaster management briefing for July 10, 2019: A toxic algae bloom has closed beaches from Mississippi to Louisiana, Ohio farmers are waiting on a disaster declaration approval, and many more stories.
The 2011 hospital fire in Kolkata, India, serves as a lesson in understanding how policy and administration are directly tied to emergencies.
President Trump’s executive order will promote accountability and transparency in medical care – a step in the right direction for healthcare policy.
More than a dozen Fourth of July revelers were injured in Chicago on Thursday evening when a false report of gun fire set off a human stampede.
Emergency and disaster management briefing for July 8, 2019: Investigators probe into the massive explosion at a restaurant in Florida – and other news.
EDM Friday Briefing: Strong Earthquake Hits Southern California; Barges Moving Again on the Mississippi
Emergency and disaster management briefing for July 5, 2019: Southern California was rocked by a 6.4 magnitude earthquake on Thursday -- and other news.