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Federal Emergency Management Agency Brock Long used government vehicles to travel between Washington and his home in North Carolina "without proper authorization," according to an... [Read More]
Florence's catastrophic flooding could result in as much as $20 billion in damage. As much as 2 feet of rain has fallen across portions of... [Read More]
Focus the sun's beams on the tropical ocean at peak intensity. Add in warm, moist air. Stir the pot with the motion of the spinning... [Read More]
By Brian K Sullivan and Christopher Flavelle | Bloomberg September 13 at 5:11 PM Focus the sun's beams on the... [Read More]
Charlotte built everything it needed to become banking capital of the South: gleaming office towers on a hill surrounded by parking lots, freeways and the... [Read More]
In the main room of her trailer, the one she bought for $78,000 after Hurricane Matthew destroyed her last home in 2016, Lillie Gunter is... [Read More]
The federal government's chief watchdog slammed the Federal Emergency Management Agency's response to the hurricane that killed thousands of people in Puerto Rico last year,... [Read More]
President wants to roll back power plant rules, increasing pollution. [Read More]
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says its proposal to relax greenhouse gas limits on power plants will cause as many as 1,630 additional premature deaths... [Read More]
WASHINGTON –– The U.S. isn't being naive in taking North Korea at its word on denuclearization, national security adviser John Bolton said Sunday. [Read More]
The U.S. isn't being naïve in taking North Korea at its word on denuclearization, said White House National Security Adviser John Bolton, defending President Donald... [Read More]
The former energy lobbyist tapped to run the Environmental Protection Agency has promised to stay away from decisions that affect his old clients. But it... [Read More]
The result is that local governments must tap emergency funds, borrow money and cut spending, leaving them less fiscal room to get ready for the... [Read More]
After two vicious floods, Sidney, N.Y., decided to pull back from the river. Seven years later, things haven't turned out as planned. [Read More]
America's coastal cities are preparing for legal battles over real estate that slips into the ocean. [Read More]
On paper, there are plenty of things that can get an employee fired from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: Sleeping on duty. Bringing alcohol to... [Read More]
The Federal Emergency Management Agency, responsible for dealing with the effects of disasters like hurricanes and floods, has stripped the words "climate change" from the... [Read More]
As the Trump administration looks to puts its mark on scientific agencies, something has mostly gone missing from the ranks of new arrivals: university scientists. [Read More]
After last year's calamity, officials are making the same decisions that put homeowners at risk in the first place. [Read More]
California officials are downplaying the risks of climate change to bond investors while citing those same risks as the basis for a lawsuit against oil... [Read More]