verb (used with object), kid·napped or kid·naped, kid·nap·ping or kid·nap·ing.
“to steal, carry off, or abduct by force or fraud, especially for use as a hostage or to extract ransom.” 770 more words
Kirstjen Nielsen should have accepted some training from Kellyanne Conway or Sarah Huckabee Sanders before lying to the American people. It’s difficult to tell a convincing lie when the truth is in plain sight. 320 more words
A month after flooding hit Grand Forks, dozens of people are still left with uninhabitable homes.
Although only nine properties remain under an evacuation order, many are unable to sleep in their own beds as they gut their houses and deal with mould. 482 more words
Making the hop to Washington DC.
Fun day ahead as we kickoff 2018 Hurricane season with a national VTC at FEMA HQ.
In the National Response Coordination Center, the same place where we brief our partners from across the nation during critical events, emergencies, and/or disasters. 200 more words