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Solar-powered SURE HOUSE is ready for the next Hurricane Sandy

When hurricane Sandy hit the east coast of the United States, the high winds and storm surges it brought absolutely devastated many coastal homes. Next time, New York and New Jersey may be better prepared if projects like the SURE HOUSE are implemented. Show More Summary

Ex-Football Player Warrick Dunn Has Quietly Given 145 Homes to Single Parents

Home 144 @WDCharities, Hurricane Sandy family. Thank you @habitatmonmouth & the Debartolo Family Foundation— Warrick Dunn (@WarrickDunn) September 2, 2015 In what is probably the most uplifting ex-athlete story we can remember reading, former Pro Bowl NFL running...

'Green News Report' - October 8, 2015

The Green News Report is also available via... IN TODAY'S RADIO REPORT: Sen. Lindsey Graham wants federal aid for South Carolina flooding -- but voted against it for Hurricane Sandy; Environmental groups slam TPP agreement; New rules...Show More Summary

Is Your Business Ready for the Next Hurricane Jaoquin? 9 Things to Think About.

Hurricanes are no joke. Those of us in the North East saw the devastating damage of Hurricane Sandy. Hurricane Jaoquin thankfully missed us this season – but what if it hadn’t. Would you have been ready? The NY Times writes, that smart...Show More Summary

SC Sen. Lindsey Graham requests federal aid for flood victims, despite denying the same after Sandy

In South Carolina, at least 11 counties have requested the declaration of a state of emergency following the floods caused by Hurricane Joaquin over the weekend. Torrential rains forced thousands of residents to flee their homes across the state's low-lying areas, and at least 14 people have lost their lives as a result of the high waters. Show More Summary

Flooding in South Carolina Challenges Lindsey Graham and Others

Republicans who voted against an aid package after Hurricane Sandy must decide whether to favor federal aid for a crucial early voting state and risk being seen as skirting their fiscally conservative principles.

Over 500 homes wrecked by Sandy now fixed through program

6 days agoNews : NY Daily News

Over 500 Hurricane Sandy-wrecked homes have been fixed through a program for storm victims unable to get aid, Chirlane McCray will announce.

Lindsey Graham doesn’t remember voting against Sandy relief

In 2013, Graham was among 36 Senate Republicans who voted against giving aid to New Jersey in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.

Lindsey Graham defends his vote against Hurricane Sandy package while mulling South Carolina flood relief

Tuesday night, when the day's Senate work is done, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) will jet down to South Carolina to survey the damage of Hurricane Joaquin. He'll do so after being labeled a hypocrite, having opposed a mammoth and somewhat controversial package to aid areas damaged by 2012's Hurricane Sandy. On Monday, he told CNN's […]

Graham Wants Hurricane Aid for His State

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) “is asking for federal aid for his home state of South Carolina as it battles raging floods, but he voted to oppose similar help for New Jersey in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy in 2013,” CNN [...]

Why Did Lindsey Graham Vote Against Hurricane Sandy Relief in 2013? Here Are Half a Dozen Guesses.

South Carolina senator Lindsey Graham voted against a $51 billion aid bill for New Jersey after Hurricane Sandy, but feels differently about federal aid for the devastating floods that have racked his state. "Let's just get through this thing, and whatever it costs, it costs," Graham told Wolf Blitzer yesterday. Show More Summary

Graham: I Don't Remember Opposing Sandy Relief

Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina was among the Republican senators who opposed a federal aid package in January 2013 to assist states hit by Hurricane Sandy, but now that his state needs aid from a weather disaster he's developed amnesia about his earlier vote. Show More Summary

Lindsey Graham, seeking aid for home state, says he can't remember why he voted against Sandy relief

Please give to me, but not to thee Oh, fuck this guy: Graham was among the Republican senators who opposed a federal aid package in January 2013 to assist states hit by Hurricane Sandy, but now he doesn't remember why. "I'm all for helping the people in New Jersey. Show More Summary

Developers Keep Building in Sandy Flood Zones

This month marks the third anniversary of this city's profound humbling by Hurricane Sandy, which explains why Hurricane Joaquin has made everyone so jumpy. Although at the moment it appears to be heading away from the East Coast of the U.S., “We’re not going to be surprised here,” Mayor de... More »

NYC To Hurricane Joaquin: Yeah, That's What We Thought

After two days of totally not panicking and totally not having Superstorm Sandy flashbacks, NYC has officially told Hurricane Joaquin to take a hike, ya' lousy weather phenomenon. “The forecast confidence in Hurricane Joaquin maintaining...Show More Summary

Should Uber Be Raising Prices During Hurricanes?

Was Uber right to raise rates during hurricane Sandy? originally appeared on Quora: The best answer to any question. Answer by Nate Anderson, CEO of ClaritySpring, on Quora: Yes. Many people think that Uber immorally price gouges by raising rates during chaotic times. Show More Summary

Hurricane Joaquin Gains Strength, But Less Likely To Be Another Superstorm Sandy

Hurricane Joaquin tore through the Bahamas with heavy rains, strong winds, and storm surges on Thursday, but there is now lesser possibility of it becoming another Superstorm Sandy after all.

Wall Street says ready if Joaquin hits New York

By John McCrank NEW YORK (Reuters) - Wall Street has a new risk on its radar: Hurricane Joaquin. The Category 4 hurricane, now pummeling the Bahamas, is the first major storm to threaten the U.S. East Coast since Superstorm Sandy devastated New York and New Jersey in October 2012. Show More Summary

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