If strangled environmental protection is what we want, we can have that happen very soon.
U.S. doesn't have a proud history of moving endangered communities, researchers say.
Mandatory evacuation may be an impractical response ahead of a hurricane, especially for frail elderly, contends Col. Terry Ebbert, the man who was in charge of New Orleans disaster response when 'the big one' hit.
A nominating committee must meet again Friday because its prior vote didn't follow state law.
They didn’t follow the law when picking a supporter of the controversial suit against oil and gas companies.
The finalists will develop plans over the next six months.
Selections for the regional levee authority don’t shift the majority supporting coastal loss lawsuit.
Their choices could determine the fate of the levee authority's lawsuit against the oil and gas industry.
Cattle rancher Earl Armstrong and fishing guide Ryan Lambert spoke about witnessing coastal loss firsthand.
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