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De Blasio at Six Months: Environment

Flooded streets, caused by Hurricane Sandy, are seen on October 29, 2012, in the corner of Brigham street and Emmons Avenue of Brooklyn NY, United States.


Related Topix: Hurricane, Weather, Brooklyn, NY, New York, NY

Sun Jul 13, 2014

BayComm serving as safety net of the west shore

Picture a situation where a natural disaster similar to Hurricane Sandy takes place that causes all means of communication to be inaccessible.


Related Topix: Hurricane, Weather, Natural Disasters, Bay Village, OH, Rocky River, OH, Lakewood, OH, Fairview Park, OH

Samoa News

Op-Ed: Obama's Climate...

After promising in 2008 that his presidency would be "the moment when the rise of the oceans began to slow and our planet began to heal," President Obama went silent on the most crucial issue of our time.


Related Topix: Global Warming, Activism, Hurricane, Weather, Alternative Energy, Wind Power, Renewable Energy (Green Energy), Energy, US Politics, US News, Al Gore, Opinion

The living must be the priority

We don't know the extent of the backlash - or even if you can call it that at this point - but we do know that some Staten Islanders are upset that Borough President James Oddo is not following through promptly on his predecessor's pledge to build a memorial for the Staten Island victims of Hurricane Sandy by the middle of this year.


Related Topix: Staten-Island, NY, New York, NY, Hurricane, Weather, Opinion

The Jersey Journal

10 ways Chris Christie's White House ambition hurts Jersey: Moran

Gov. Chris Christie holds 10-month-old twins Serena and Joseph Hansen while greeting visitors on July 3 in Ocean Grove, where he cut a ribbon on the rebuilt boardwalk of the Hurricane Sandy-ravaged town.


Related Topix: US News, Chris Christie, US Governors, Hurricane, Weather, Opinion

New York Post

Our low-watt politicians

So it's too bad we have to spend so much of our energy on fighting off politicians who have traded in common sense for a green theology hostile to the most practical and affordable energy choices before us.


Related Topix: Newburgh, NY, Hurricane, Weather, York, NY

The Hudson Reporter

Council shoots down extended hours for PSE&G work Former councilwoman ...

PSE&G District Manager Michael Gallagher asks the Hoboken City Council to allow extended hours for gas main work.


Related Topix: Hoboken, NJ, Public Service Electric and Gas, Energy, Hudson County, NJ, Hurricane, Weather

Sat Jul 12, 2014

Courier News

LETTER: DEP guidelines put shore at risk

LETTER: DEP guidelines put shore at risk Easing development restrictions along coast a recipe for disaster Check out this story on In the wake of one of the most destructive storms to ever hit New Jersey - and a brand new crop of hurricanes just around the corner - one would think Garden State lawmakers ... (more)


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Federal deficit to dip below $600 billion for first time since recession, White House predicts

The White House said Friday that the federal budget deficit will fall to $583 billion this year, the smallest deficit of President Barack Obama's tenure and the first to dip below $600 billion since the Great Recession took hold in 2008.


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The WSU Signpost

Top five devastating hurricanes

With the 2014 hurricane season underway, on Wednesday Japan faced one of the mightiest typhoons the Western Pacific has seen this year.


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WLNE-TV Providence

Second round of disaster recovery plan approved

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has approved the second round of the state's disaster recovery action plan.


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ABC News

Government Shutdown Baby Boom: Real or Coincidence?

It's been nine months since the government shutdown , and some D.C. area hospitals are reporting a surprising development: Babies.


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Deficit likely to dip, but outlook less rosy

In its midyear review of the nation's finances, the White House predicted that the deficit for the fiscal year that ends in September will be about $66 billion lower than the administration forecast in February.


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Fri Jul 11, 2014

Star News Group

Shoring up the town

Yesterday marked another important day in Mantoloking's recovery from Hurricane Sandy.


Related Topix: Mantoloking, NJ, Hurricane, Weather, Brick, NJ

Cavalier Daily

RUDGLEY: Finding the greener path

The biggest public policy crisis facing our generation is climate change. Public opinion polls and demagogic politicians will say otherwise, but even economic downturns as bad as the Great Recession are temporary and cyclical; the daily disappearance of rare species is permanent.


Related Topix: Environment, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Hurricane, Weather

The Independent

Is maverick master builder Bjarke Ingels the world's smartest architect - or just the craziest?

From a power station topped with a ski slope, to a flood-defence park in Manhattan - there's no such thing as 'can't' for this architect Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature.


Related Topix: Natural Disasters, Flood, New York, Hurricane, Weather

Red Bank Green

Red Bank: Boondocks in the Spotlight

Back from the devastation of Hurricane Sandy, Red Bank's five-year-old Boondocks Fishery is about to get a bit of metro-area exposure.


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The York Daily Record

Many still trying to rebuild beach homes damaged by Hurricane Sandy

Mike Prezioso's home in Oartley Beach, N.J. has been in his family since he was little.


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The Washington Post

Is every Obama visit a photo-op?

President Obama didn't visit the U.S.-Mexico border on his trip to Texas this week because he said a "photo-op" would not solve the immigration crisis.


Related Topix: Texas, Oil Spill, World News, Asia, Afghanistan, Hamid Karzai, Hurricane, Weather

Kings Point Waterfront Estate Up for Auction

A 40,000-square-foot waterfront estate with a seven-bedroom, 2.5 bath home will be sold to the highest bidder on July 23 by David R. Maltz & Co.


Related Topix: Kings Point, NY, Great Neck, NY, Hurricane, Weather