FEMA and NOAA Promote Preparedness as Atlantic Hurricane Season Begins

A new distribution center has been opened in Pennsylvania. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Deputy Administrator Erik Hooks, along with National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Administrator Rick…

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U.S. Army Makes Weapons and Tactics Discoveries in Arctic Training

The newest Alaskan division realizes the unique hurdles of frigid operations. Major General Brian Eifler, commander of the Army’s 11th Airborne Division headquartered at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska,…

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Northeast Storm System Brings Floods, High Winds, and Power Outages 

Powerful storms disrupt holiday travel.  The mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions of the nation have experienced heavy rain, gusty winds, and flash and coastal flooding over the weekend. The…

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Massive Storm Causes Flooding, Power Outages in Florida 

Over 50,000 without power in the southeastern part of the state. Southeastern Florida has experienced up to ten inches of heavy rainfall Thursday. Tens of thousands of people…

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Regulator Advises Winter Preparations to Support Energy Grid

Prolonged cold fronts or major storms risk power failure.  The North American Electric Reliability Corporation projects there is an “elevated” risk of power failure across much of the…

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Administration Announces Heat Protections for Workers

The move comes after members of Congress wrote to OSHA with concerns about protecting workers from heat exposure. President Joe Biden has requested that the Department of Labor…

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Coast Guard Rescues 25 People from Great Lakes Ice Floes

The service warns people of the unpredictability of ice coverage. The Coast Guard conducted two major rescues on the Great Lakes this week after 25 people became stranded…

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Transportation Secretary Speaks with Southwest Airlines CEO

He communicated expectations for commitments to rectify mass flight cancellations. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg spoke with the CEO of Southwest Airlines, Bob Jordan, earlier this week about…

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NASA Retires Mars Lander InSight

Its mission ends after four years of science data collection. NASA announced the end of the InSight Mars lander space mission this week. InSight, which stands for Interior…

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NOAA Reports Record High Tide Flooding in 3 Coastal Cities

Agency predicts the phenomenon will grow worse in coming years. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) released data on Tuesday showing days in a row of high-tide…

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