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July 1, 2015
The 4th of July in Washington, DC is one of my most epic days of the year -- thousands of tourists and locals flock to the nation’s capital to check out the fireworks on the National Mall.
June 25, 2015
We work with groups of all different sizes here at FEMA--organizations that have a handful of employees and those that have teams of thousands. Last week we teamed up with a range of groups to launch
June 24, 2015
In case you missed it, NASA heliophysicist Yari Collado-Vega (pictured above) took the keys to our Instagram account this week and she’s posting cool space weather photos all week long!What
June 16, 2015
Many people know that FEMA provides training for emergency responders, but I’d like to share a training partner that may surprise you: Major League Baseball.  Emergency preparedness is an

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