In surprise announcement, Long says it is time to go home to his family. An internal government watchdog said he improperly used government vehicles to travel to his home in North Carolina. NPR - Published Also reported by •CBS News •Politico •FOXNews.com •Mediaite
FEMA director Brock Long expressed frustration at a news briefing on Friday that people in the path of Hurricane Michael did not heed warnings to evacuate and that lessons from past hurricanes were not..
This week on Face the Nation guest moderator John Dickerson reports on the impact of tropical depression Florence. He interviews FEMA Administrator Brock Long, Senator Thom Tillis, and Senator Lindsey..
FEMA administrator, Brock Long referred three times to Hurricane Florence as "Floyd" during a briefing Thursday as he addressed reports of an ongoing investigation into his use of government vehicles...
FEMA administrator Brock Long is being investigated by the Department of Homeland Security. The investigation is looking into whether Long misused government vehicles during his commutes. They say Long..
More than a million people from South Carolina to Virginia are ordered to evacuate Tuesday, as Hurricane Florence churns closer to the East Coast. FEMA administrator Brock Long joins "CBS This Morning"..
Democratic presidential candidate and Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren demanded the resignation or firing of Trump FEMA administrator Brock Long for what Warren called unbelievable.. Mediaite - Published
FEMA Administrator Brock Long cost the U.S. government $151,000 when he used government-owned vehicles without proper authorization, including an extended stay with his family in Hawaii, according to.. Newsmax - Published
This week on "Face the Nation," guest moderator John Dickerson reports on the impact of tropical depression Florence. He interviews FEMA Administrator Brock Long, Sen. Thom Tillis and Sen. Lindsey.. CBS News - Published
FEMA Administrator Brock Long joins John Dickerson from FEMA headquarters to give an update on the agency’s response to tropical storm Florence and what to expect from the storm in the coming days. CBS News - Published
This week on Face the Nation guest moderator John Dickerson reports on the impact of tropical depression Florence. He interviews FEMA Administrator Brock Long, Senator Thom Tillis, and Senator Lindsey.. CBS News - Published
While several different Puerto Rican death studies' numbers are "all over the place" and "it's hard to tell what's accurate and what's not," FEMA Administrator Brock Long said the island's dilapidated.. Newsmax - Published
FEMA Administrator *Brock Long* appeared on Meet the Press this morning to talk about Hurricane Florence response, and at one point *Chuck Todd* pressed him on what President *Donald Trump* has been.. Mediaite - Published
FEMA officials are warning about Florence's menacing rain. As FEMA administrator Brock Long went to brief President Trump, CBS News spoke to him about his biggest concerns for the storm. CBS News.. CBS News - Published
Hurricane Florence is doing "exactly as predicted," and the storm surge and flooding remain the major dangers, FEMA Administrator Brock Long said Friday after the eye of the storm made landfall. Newsmax - Published
FEMA administrator Brock Long joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss Hurricane Florence's storm surge and how the agency is prepared to respond to the expected devastation. CBS News - Published
· A major threat from Hurricane Florence is flooding associated with storm surge.
· A storm surge is when hurricanes or tropical storms push the water level above the high tide line, flooding.. Business Insider - Published
Federal emergency officials are urging people to treat Hurricane Florence seriously even though it is now a Category 2 storm. FEMA Administrator Brock Long warned those under evacuation orders, 'Your.. USATODAY.com - Published
More than a million people from South Carolina to Virginia are ordered to evacuate Tuesday, as Hurricane Florence churns closer to the East Coast. FEMA administrator Brock Long joins "CBS This Morning".. CBS News - Published
FEMA Administrator Brock Long has warned that the United States doesn’t have a “culture of preparedness,’’ even after being hammered in 2017 by Harvey, Irma and Maria, the first time three.. Delawareonline - Published Also reported by •USATODAY.com
Powerful Category 3 Hurricane Lane is hammering the Hawaiian islands. FEMA Administrator Brock Long joins "CBS This Morning" from the agency's national response coordination center to discuss whether.. CBS News - Published
CHICAGO (AP) — The Federal Emergency Management Agency has decided against helping victims of last summer’s record flooding in the Chicago area. In a letter to Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner, FEMA.. Seattle Times - Published
WASHINGTON (AP) — The head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency says the U.S. is spending more than $200 million each day on the response to three major hurricanes and huge wildfires. FEMA.. Seattle Times - Published
WASHINGTON (AP) — The head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency says political differences are hurting the U.S. government’s response to victims of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. FEMA.. Seattle Times - Published
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CareOne and Innovacare have organized a “Starry Night.. PRWeb - Published
FEMA Administrator Brock Long (Screenshot of ABC video)
(CNSNews.com) – FEMA Administrator Brock Long told ABC’s “This Week With George Stephanopolous” that he believes that Puerto Rico is.. CNSNews.com - Published
Donald Trump's feud with San Juan mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz got an unexpected reinforcement today, when Former Puerto Rico Attorney General Jose Fuentes, a Republican, on Sunday took aim at Cruz,.. Zero Hedge - Published
On Sunday morning, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Administrator Brock Long spoke with Fox News about the devastating post-Maria situation in Puerto Rico, and let's just say things didn't go.. Mashable - Published