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3 hrs ago | Examiner.com
The thought of the United States government gathering up its citizens and placing them in "residential centers" or containment camps seems outlandish, but it's happened before and has been attempted more often than you think.
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8 hrs ago | Dalton Daily Citizen
"Bypass injured victims." "Use aggressive action to intimidate and overwhelm." "If shooting is justified, deadly force is justified."
12 hrs ago | Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Over and over again, the Atlantic has taken aim at 48 Oceanside Drive. Almost four decades ago, it slammed the house clear off its foundation.
13 hrs ago | MLive.com
Become a champion for the cause and tell the Federal Emergency Management Agency -- the entity responsible for awarding SAFER grants -- how much Flint needs these federal funds for retaining its firefighters.
18 hrs ago | The Olympian
October 2006: Congress passes the WARN act, establishing the Wireless Emergency Alert system.
The old pool was a casualty of September's flood, going partway into Left Hand Creek after its banks eroded.
Two men wearing Millstone cleaning staff uniforms run out of the vehicle, firing AK-47s as they head towards the fence around Unit 2 reactor.
A food distribution company has broken ground on a center that ultimately could provide 380 jobs.
Some homeowners would receive significant concessions, while the owners of second homes and commercial properties would be left holding the short end of the stick, if the U.S. Senate, as expected, adopts the U.S. House's Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act.
Flood-control upgrades are underway near West 12th Street in Sioux Falls, marking the last piece of a project that's spanned almost 15 years.
The U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency has awarded a total of $8 million to repair roads and bridges in Lincoln and Lebanon damaged during major storms, New Hampshire's delegation to Congress announced Friday.
It looks like Gulfport will finally get the go ahead to rebuild four fishing piers.
Longmont and Lyons have received more than $47 million in federal disaster aid since September's flood, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
In President Obama's newly released budget request, the Federal Emergency Management Agency receives a $941.5 million increase, largely driven by an $812 million increase to the Disaster Relief Fund.
The City of Paris Police Department announced it is proud to support National Severe Weather Preparedness Week, March 2-8, 2014.
A house fire four months ago caused major damage, but it's a congressional vote two years ago that is causing more pain for the property owners.