Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Tag: Hurricane Sandy

Five years after Sandy: The long road home

If Sandy taught us we can rebuild, it also taught us that we must find a better way.

Hurricane Sandy-Sized Floods Up to 17 Times More Likely by 2100

As the remnants of Hurricane Matthew recede, the warnings and evacuations in the Caribbean and US east coast are giving way to rescue efforts and clean-up operations.

Louisiana’s Tea Party Congressmen Seek Flood Aid – After they Rejected...

In 2013, when Scalise and Cassidy were members of the House, both men voted against the $50 billion aid package for New York following Superstorm Sandy.

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Perfection no standard for re-election

Are we picking kings and queens,/ Or defending democratic dreams?

IRS targets basis shifting loophole to reclaim $50 billion from super rich

IRS crackdown on complex tax maneuvers is set to generate significant federal revenue by enforcing compliance among high-income taxpayers.

EU passes landmark law to restore 20% of land and sea by 2030 despite...

In a narrow vote, the EU adopts a crucial nature restoration law, sparking controversy and political turmoil.

Trump or Biden on Israel?

It's no contest.

IDF kills 17 in attacks on Nuseirat Refugee Camp amid ongoing Gaza conflict

The strikes come on the heels of a recent operation in which Israel's military killed over 270 Palestinians to rescue four hostages.