Federal Emergency Management Agency
Trump will reportedly pull the nomination of Jeffrey Byard amid an inquiry that stalled his confirmation in the Senate. Gaynor has been the acting chief.
An employee leading the agency’s work restoring power in Puerto Rico allegedly got hotel rooms and other gifts from a company head responsible for electrical recovery work.
The president has repeatedly and falsely claimed that $92 billion in aid has been granted to the island.
The administration intends to redirect millions from agencies like FEMA and the Coast Guard to finance its efforts along the U.S.-Mexico border.
Federal authorities and social scientists struggle to create effective messages to inform and compel people to take action.
Brock Long, known for mishandling the Hurricane Maria response, got a steep discount from former Homeland Security head Kirstjen Nielsen.
“The communities in the diaspora in Florida, in Chicago, in New York and Connecticut, they just came through.”
At a rally in Florida, President Donald Trump spread more anti-Puerto Rico rhetoric.
The agency described it as a "major privacy incident" that unnecessarily exposed hurricane and wildfire survivors' banking information to a contractor.
The Iowa congressman claimed a FEMA official told him that Hurricane Katrina victims only asked for help, unlike Iowans who "take care of each other."
"When you don’t have a home, you have no sense of safety, no sense of belonging, no security."
Pamela Taylor was fired from her county job in 2016 after making a racist comment about the then-first lady on Facebook.
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The president said the fire-ravaged state will receive no more money until “they get their act together.”
“We need to do a better of job of making sure that the safety net reaches everybody that’s been impacted."
Although the alert wasn’t actually sent by Trump, people had a lot of fun pretending that it was.
The mandatory part of the system allows Donald Trump to send alerts directly to most Americans.
He will remain in his post and has been ordered to reimburse the government "as appropriate," the Homeland Security secretary said.
But Administrator Brock Long won't lose his job -- for now.