by Sam P.K. Collins Oct 7, 2015
“Drinking infected water can cause illness similar to food poisoning, with symptoms like nausea, diarrhea, cramps and mild fever."
by Emily Atkin Aug 28, 2015
His reluctance to accept the existence of sea level rise comes as Louisiana is being swallowed by the sea.
ThinkProgress interviews the disgraced former FEMA director and current conservative talk radio host.
by Joanna M. Foster Jan 12, 2014
As over 300,000 people in West Virginia face a fourth day without water, state environmental officials are now estimating that as much as 7,500 gallons of a chemical used to process coal -- Crude MGHM -- may have spilled into the Elk River
by Joanna M. Foster Oct 24, 2013
In a lot of ways, life here in Hoboken, NJ, is back to normal. But if everything looks the same, does that mean nothing has changed?
by Ryan Koronowski Oct 3, 2013
The federal government has started to recall some FEMA and National Hurricane Center staff in order to "protect life and property as they prepare for potential landfall for Tropical Storm Karen."
by Katie Valentine Oct 2, 2013
Colorado will continue to rebuild, but other disaster-hit states may face more challenges.
by Josh Israel Sep 30, 2013
The House approved Rep. Gardner's bill to lift the caps on how much aid flood-ravaged Colorado can receive.
by Josh Israel Sep 19, 2013
Colorado Republican Reps. Mike Coffman, Cory Gardner, Doug Lamborn, and Scott Tipton support disaster relief for their state but voted against emergency aid for Superstorm Sandy victims.
by Josh Israel Aug 14, 2013
Arizona Republicans Flake, McCain, and Gosar all voted against emergency relief funding after Sandy but are vocally complaining that FEMA is not doing enough to aid their state.