Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
The hacking of a 75-year-old dam brought fresh attention to warnings that critical U.S. infrastructure is vulnerable to online assault.
The countries most likely to produce people who leave to fight in Syria or Iraq tended to be French-speaking, or heavily influenced by French language and culture.
Some of the nation’s leading mosquito researchers are striving to assemble a state-of-the-art DNA map that they say will help them fight the disease with the mosquito’s own genetic code.
Weather and environmental forecasts made several weeks to months in advance can someday be as widely used and essential as current predictions of tomorrow’s weather are.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
Hancock has been reshaping management since taking over in September 2014.
The state has resumed its search for a new insurance commissioner after Gov. Rick Scott and Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater could not reach agreement Tuesday.
There were 353 disaster events last year. Of those, 198 were natural catastrophes, which is the highest number in one year.
A move to buy reinsurance, if carried out in April, would raise rates 3.2 percent, offsetting about a third of an expected overall 9 percent decrease in CAT Fund rates.
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