The FBI Director says that it cost more than $1.3 million to unlock the San Bernardino iPhone, U.S. authorities discover a new tunnel between Mexico and California, a study projects earthquake risk in Utah over the next 50 years, and Cisco discovers widespread vulnerability to a serious ransomware threat.
Emergency and Disaster Management (EDM) Week in Review: April 11, 2016: A weekly recap of handpicked emergency and disaster management news, along with analysis and interpretation from our team of experts.
Another case of Elizabethkingia surfaces, this time in Illinois, a new study finds that many islands around the globe may soon have drinking water shortages, and a new report says that the FBI paid hackers a one-time fee to unlock the San Bernardino iPhone.
Pacific Island Country Palau says it might completely run out of water soon, investigators say that the Amtrak crash near Philadelphia might be due to human error, and thousands are still stranded after floods hit northwest Pakistan.
A Washington, D.C. hospital system suffers a virus attack, the EgyptAir hijacking ends peacefully, Ebola is no longer international public health threat, and the UN urges nations to consider resettlement of refugees.