The First Responder Network Authority -- America's first nationwide public safety broadband network -- worked well for a recent Alaska earthquake.
It was an accident, not terrorism, but this week's helicopter crash on the roof of a midtown Manhattan skyscraper has raised serious security concerns.
The failure of safety devices designed to prevent blowouts contributed to an explosion and fire that killed five workers last year at a natural gas well.
Nebraska is the only state to not pursue a lawsuit seeking to hold any opioid manufacturer, distributor or pharmaceutical company accountable.
Jon Stewart let members of the House Judiciary Committee know that he was not happy about the lawmakers' low turnout for a 9/11 Victims Fund meeting.
A brush fire near a huge amusement and water park in Southern California sent hundreds of visitors to the exit to escape clouds of smoke and ash.
A passenger on a flight bound for Pakistan caused a seven-hour delay after she opened an emergency exit – reportedly mistaking it for a bathroom door.
First responders to the 9/11 attacks said rates of serious illnesses stemming from breathing the toxic air of Ground Zero have intensified in recent years.
Governor Ralph Northam (D) proposed a special legislative session after last Friday’s mass killing of 12 office workers and the gunman in Virginia Beach.
Serious disasters in recent years have shown that emergency managers are often learning from their mistakes and learning from the mistakes of others.