Ultimately, Hurricane Dorian is an example of vulnerability as a concept in the emergency management discipline.
Emergency Management News
Seven weeks after the second fatal crash of a 737 MAX in March, a Boeing engineer submitted a scathing internal ethics complaint alleging that management – determined to keep down costs for airline customers – had blocked significant safety improvements during the jet's development.
A World War II-era B-17 bomber carrying 13 people crashed and burned at the Hartford airport in an aborted takeoff attempt Wednesday, killing an undetermined number of those aboard.
Hours after a typhoon swept across Taiwan, a 460-foot (140-meter) bridge collapsed Tuesday morning in Yilan, a small Pacific coast fishing village.
A New York City police officer grappling with an armed man died early Sunday in the Bronx after being shot three times, possibly with his own gun.
Vaping scare: In the rush to enact new restrictions, it may be worth asking whether lawmakers and regulators are targeting the correct problem.
While the southeast U.S. basked in summer-like weather this past weekend, Missoula, Montana, broke an 85-year-old record for September snowfall on Sept. 29.
Emergency and disaster management briefing for September 30, 2019: Hurricane Lorenzo weakened after breaking the record as the easternmost Category 5 storm – and other news.
A 13th person died from vaping-related illness Thursday while the number of reported cases increased 52% in the past week, according to the CDC.
Hurricane Lorenzo is more than 2,500 miles away from Florida's East Coast, but the massive Category 4 hurricane is still set to send waves across the Atlantic this weekend.