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1 hr ago | Gateway National Recreation Area
Miller Field is re-opening to the public for the first time since Hurricane Sandy.
Should the US stop sending aid to developing countries?
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6 hrs ago | Dallas Observer
Now that Dallas has officially made it through Icemageddon 2013, there are plenty of totally legitimate questions to ask about the storm and its response.
10 hrs ago | Patch.com
The New York Times published a lengthy report on the more than 30,000 residents who remain displaced from Hurricane Sandy - from Long Beach to Toms River, New Jersey - and are mired still in mind-boggling bureaucratic red tape and face financial ruin.
The renourishment project along central Anna Maria Island is expected to continue through Feb. 10, with dredging for a related $3 million project at Coquina Beach to immediately follow, Charlie Hunsicker, county director of parks and natural resources, told the Tourist Development Council.
On last night's Food Network episode of "Restaurant: Impossible," Robert Irvine took his crew to New Jersey in this episode titled "Holiday: Impossible 2." Robert visited Ship Bottom, N.J. on Long Beach Island, and had three days to give a new lease on life to the LBI Pancake House and the Ship Bottom Volunteer Fire Company , both devastated by the ... (more)
More than five years ago, then-candidate Barack Obama vowed to "make government cool again."
Officials and residents of the Lido-Point Lookout Fire District will discuss an alternate plan to upgrade the district's facilities at a public meeting Wednesday.
An Idaho-based temp agency that set up shop in New Jersey after Hurricane Sandy has agreed to pay $27,800 in penalties and other costs, acting state Attorney General John Hoffman said today.
Last December, Heidi Harns-Weitz and Judy Storm, owners of Frippery , were selling their wares to Christmas shoppers without heat or a functional bathroom in their building.
In October 2013, a 'Designing for Disasters: Flood Resilient Design' collaboration took place in New York City, USA, between students from Oxford Brookes University and the New York Institute of Technology .
As the Grey Group CEO sat in his fourth-floor office overlooking New York's Madison Square Park one day last April, surrounded by his top execs leading the pitch, he knew he was about to receive a call that had no assurance of good news.
Seeing the varied and creative approaches some of these businesses take makes us wish we could sit in on the meetings where they're discussed and developed.
Thirty years of shrinking Arctic sea ice has boosted extreme summer weather, including heat waves and drought, in the United States and elsewhere, according to a study published today in the journal Nature Climate Change.
With audiences and journalists alike taking to their mobile phones to capture images and video of the events playing out around them, news outlets are looking at the different ways they can engage with social media communities around this content.
DOVER - Latino leaders in Dover say that when a natural disaster strikes, it doesn't know the ethnic or racial background of the people it is harming.
US Taxpayers Footing Big Bill For Climate Change Inaction says a new analysis, reports Kieran Cooke at RTCC .