FEMA Katrina

So, is Brownie proud of his claim to fame? Proud of his response and W's to Katrina? And whether he's proud or not, why remind people of Bush's embarrassment by playing the Brownie line over and over again.
Six years after Hurricane Katrina, a relative of Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour was found by a federal court to have masterminded
Most of us know that there are countless downsides to being poor, but as far as the day-to-day reality of what that actually means for people living in poverty, many of us are vague on the details and prefer to remain that way.
In his new book “Deadly Indifference,” Michael Brown, the FEMA director when Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast, charges
The Federal Emergency Management Administration, a tragicomic disaster since Hurricane Katrina in August 2005 -- and even
FEMA has truly learned the lessons of Katrina. Even its handling of the media has improved dramatically. For example, as