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VIDEO: FEMA director Craig Fugate on the dilemma of Palm Beach County's hurricane drought

Craig Fugate, director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, was Florida’s emergency manager for a dozen years and presided over the state’s ruinous 2004 and 2005 seasons. 182 more words

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Florida again one of top states for building codes

Florida remains among the top of the 18 hurricane-target coastal states in in building codes, in a 2015 rating by the Insurance Institute for Business and Home Safety… 206 more words

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At National Hurricane Conference, FLASH to preview video game that promotes strong homes

Bracing your home for a hurricane is no game. But an advocacy group is hoping an interactive video game will help drive home the urgency of doing so. 277 more words

National Hurricane Center

FEMA Rejects Washington Appeal For Wildfire Victim Aid

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — The Federal Emergency Management Agency on Tuesday denied for a second time Washington’s request for aid to individuals affected by this summer’s wildfires in the north-central part of the state. 392 more words

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NYC Emergency Management Officials Urge Storm Preparedness

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Do you know what to do if disaster strikes?

As WCBS 880’s Peter Haskell reported, emergency management officials in the city are asking New Yorkers to be ready– but many are not. 181 more words

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FEMA Administrator: 'We Have Not Been What I Would Say Successful Yet' In Processing Immigrant Children

WASHINGTON (CBSDC/AP) — Top Obama administration officials told senators Wednesday they’re struggling to keep up with the surge of immigrants at the southern border, acknowledging they’ve been overwhelmed as children show up by the tens of thousands from violence-torn Central America. 911 more words

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Obama: Child Migrants 'Urgent Humanitarian' Issue

WASHINGTON — The flood of migrant children trying to cross the Mexican border alone has become an “urgent humanitarian situation” that is likely to cost the government more than $1 billion more than the Obama administration thought. 600 more words

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