Seven scientists and other experts went on trial on manslaughter charges for allegedly failing to sufficiently warn residents before a devastating earthquake that killed more than 300 people in central Italy in 2009.
Major General Kevin McBride said several things could be improved, including communication between the state and its local governments.
The team from the National Weather Service examined warning and forecast services before the EF-5 tornado cut through the southwest Missouri city of about 50,000 residents in an effort to identify what was done correctly and areas that could be improved.
Former members of the 9/11 commission warned that the U.S. must develop better bomb detection technology, and has not adequately improved radio equipment to allow police and fire departments nationwide to better communicate.
The Great New England Hurricane of 1938 was one of the most powerful, destructive storms ever to hit southern New England.
The xMatters (IT operations) engine scans schedules to instantly identify the right person for the job, dispatches team members, relays targeted notifications to staff members and grants mobile access to systems.
In the second Continuity Insights podcast, Cheyene Haase will answer questions about the current state of the BC job market, the compensation that BC professionals should expect and how to maintain your marketability.
Professionals are working more than ever. According to a study by the National Sleep Foundation, the average employed American works a 46-hour week and 38 percent of respondents work more than 50 hours per week. If you're spending so much time at work, shouldn't you be happy?
Ten years after that horrific day, CPE's quarterly event on September 22nd will focus on where the industry is today, after a decade of sweeping changes, and where we still need to go.
If you are not from the San Francisco Bay Area, you may not know that hackers gained access to the website operated by The Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) Police Officers’ Association, then stole and posted personal information on more than 100 officers.
One of the deepest fears following the September 11 attacks was that terrorists might poison the country's food. Analysis found that the government has spent at least $3.4 billion on food counter-terrorism in the last decade, but key programs have bogged down.
The government has been trying to confirm that operatives were inside or on their way to the U.S. with the intent to use a car bomb in either New York or Washington.
Anthony Falco is charged with making false statements to federal agents and trying to bring items simulating an explosive device through security, then making statements that led agents to believe it was a bomb.
No illnesses have been tied to this second recall, which was initiated after a sample from Cargill's plant in Springdale, Arkansas tested positive for salmonella.
A 35-nation meeting of the U.N. nuclear agency adopted a post-Fukushima nuclear safety plan — despite gripes by influential member nations that it to too timid for making compliance voluntary.