moore-tornado-2013

I have an odd research agenda for an economist: for the last 15 years I have studied the societal impacts and economic dimensions
"This one is just getting stronger, and stronger, and stronger," one of the storm chasers observed around minute 6:30 as
Erin Hatfield, a spokeswoman for the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality, told The Huffington Post that the department
Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy "We were very well-prepared and knew what we
Still, the largely conservative state so far has resisted government imposing requirements that new homes or schools come
Though the two-mile-wide tornado devastated the city and appeared to nearly level the bank, the vault remained intact and
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As downtown Moore, Okla., slowly emerges from the wreckage of the tornado that ravaged its core, the structures that remain
All hell broke loose. The roof caved in. Teachers carried students out. "They literally were lifting walls up and kids were