March 27, 2015: A New Tornado Alley Ground Zero and Conflict at Louisiana Citizens
Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
Is Moore, Okla., the ‘Tornado Alley of Tornado Alley’?
Mother Nature has Moore, Okla., residents wondering yet again, why here?
A Single Gene May Determine Why Some People Get So Sick With The Flu
While some people may simply spend a few days in bed with aches and a stuffy nose, others may become so ill that they end up in the hospital.
Visualizing More Than 80 Million Lightning Strikes
This super-stormy map shows just one month of worldwide electrical violence.
The Surprising Way Japan’s 2011 Earthquake Is Still Changing the Climate
The earthquake released thousands of tons of ozone-destroying greenhouse gases into the air.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
How Much Does it Cost to Insure Against Tragedy in the Skies?
Last year was more expensive for air disasters than any year since 2001,
Former Employee’s Potential Ethics Violation Prompted Inquiry at Louisiana Citizens
A “dual employment” issue sparked an internal investigation in mid-January.
Rogue-Pilot Disasters Rise as Germanwings Crash Shows Danger
The challenge is how to guard against a pilot willing to destroy a plane and kill others while taking his or her own life.
New Pandemic Insurance to Prevent Crises Through Early Payouts
A quiet revolution is taking place that is set to transform the way governments and aid agencies respond to major disease outbreaks.
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