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LA County's Task Force 2 deploys to Nepal quake zone

The urban search and rescue team has previously gone to Haiti, Japan, New Zealand and the Hurricane Katrina destruction zone.

Halsey’s Dream Pop and Instagram Obsessions

3 hours agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

Name: Halsey Real Name: Ashley Frangipane Age: 20 Single to Hear: “Ghost” Video to Watch: “Hurricane” Where You'll See Her This Summer: Hangout Festival, Shaky Knees, Lollapalooza, world tour with Imagine Dragons Hometown: Clark, New...Show More Summary

“My armour is like tenfold shields, my teeth are swords,...

“My armour is like tenfold shields, my teeth are swords, my claws spears, the shock of my tail a thunderbolt, my wings a hurricane, and my breath death!”But my head is made of watermelon. Okay, so maybe Smaug didn’t say that last line,...Show More Summary

Rutgers transfer Junior Etou commits to Tulsa

Faith Haith has had a strong impact on Tulsa Hurricanes basketball (22-10 record last season) from day one and he continued to make his presence felt on Saturday afternoon. The Hurricanes landed 6’7? Rutgers transfer Junior Etou, who...Show More Summary

A storm-free splurge in Wailea, Hawaii

What I wanted: Sunny days, balmy breezes, umbrella drinks and pupu (appetizer) platters. What I got: an oncoming hurricane, a hotel pool closed because of rain and lightning, and patio dining out of the question. After a few days in Kaanapali on the western side of Maui, I was ready for a break....

Upgrade your spring selfies with 5 new poses from model Irene Kim

She’s fashion's eye of the storm who seems to create a frenzy wherever she lands, whether it’s Paris, New York or Seoul. Her name is Irene Kim, aka "Hurricane Irene," the nickname she’s been given in South Korea, where the 27-year old...Show More Summary

Before building houses, aid workers should read through archaeologists' notebooks

Aid workers who provide shelter following natural disasters, such as hurricanes or earthquakes, should consider long-term archaeological information about how locals constructed their homes in the past, and what they do when they repair and rebuild. Show More Summary

Raising Independent-Minded Children In America Is Tough

Submitted by 'The Dissident Dad' via Mike Krieger's Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, No joke, trying to raise an independent-minded, decent human being in America is like trying to fly through a Category 5 hurricane. For starters, nothing beats some of the toys offered up to kids. Show More Summary

Israel Votes in the Eye of a Storm

Israel, a week before elections, felt like it was in the eye of a hurricane. There was a strange calm, as if all the yelling at each other on TV and in living rooms had exhausted the nerves of this nervy, aggressive, spirited nation. And...Show More Summary

Hurricane Katrina Was Bad

But Hurricane Jindal is going to be worse: THE debate over religious liberty in America presents conservatives and business leaders with a crucial choice. In Indiana and Arkansas, large corporations recently joined left-wing activists to bully elected officials into backing away from strong protections for religious liberty. Show More Summary

Could New York’s smart grid R&D lab reshape U.S. energy resilience?

New York state learned a big lesson after Hurricane Sandy knocked out power to more than 8 million residents and did billions of dollars in economic damage to the New York City metropolitan region: The city and its utility infrastructure are highly vulnerable to climate change-influenced extreme weather and rising seas (PDF). With that lesson […]

Weekly Beer Calendar Update: April 23 - April 30

April's beer events calendar came in like a tornado and left like hurricane. After this coming week, I don't imagine that May will be any different. Plus, with May 29 and the kickoff to Philly Beer...

In which I take off on the biggest wave of my life---and...

A day after the humongous waves of Hurricane Danny, I expected things to have quieted down a lot, but they really haven't. There are still some five to six foot waves out there, I judge by watching people ride them. But I decide to go in anyway. Show More Summary

Airman searches for girl rescued in Katrina

In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, a photographer captured an embrace between a young girl and the pararescueman who saved her. Now that Airman, Mike...

Help #FindKatrinaGirl

Former Air Force pararescueman Mike Maroney is looking for a little girl he saved during Hurricane Katrina over ten years ago.

Earth Day: Terraforming The Earth

In 300 years, New York, London, Tokyo, and just about every major city on the planet will be underwater. Sub-Saharan Africa will extend to the equator. Arizona will get hurricanes. These are huge problems, but luckily there are a few...Show More Summary

Check Out This Royal Air Force Typhoon With A Battle Of Britain Paintjob

4 days agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

A couple weeks ago we saw Canada’s CF-18 Demo Team Hornet all decked out like a Hawker Hurricane to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain. Now we get to see the Royal Air Force’s tribute, a stunning Eurofighter Typhoon marked up like a Spitfire from that same period. Read more...

House Republicans slow-walking Benghazi report for maximum 2016 impact

Rep. Trey Gowdy, chair of the House Select Committee on Benghazi It took a select committee a year to investigate the Hurricane Katrina response. Another select committee took a year and a half to investigate 9/11. Benghazi? That's going to take longer. Show More Summary

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