Emergency Preparedness

  • Why Israel Has Pulled Out of Southern Gaza – for Now

    Why Israel Has Pulled Out of Southern Gaza – for Now

    After six months of war, the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) stated that they had withdrawn from southern Gaza and that the initial invasion phase of the war had concluded, according to CNN. IDF forces remain in other parts of Gaza, but the feared assault on the southern city of Rafah has been put on hold, at least for now. Israeli…

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  • It Is Time to Prepare

    It Is Time to Prepare

    The 2024 Atlantic hurricane season will begin on June 1 and end on November 30. For those people who live and work in coastal regions, it will be a hurricane season to closely monitor. According to AccuWeather, “a super-charged hurricane season could spawn a near-record number of storms in the Atlantic this year.” AccuWeather meteorologists based this prediction on sea-surface…

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  • Moscow Concert Hall Attack and Putin’s Revealing Response

    Moscow Concert Hall Attack and Putin’s Revealing Response

    On March 22, several gunmen belonging to the Islamic State-Khorasan Province (IS-KP), an affiliate of the Islamic State, attacked the theater at the Crocus City Hall complex just outside Moscow. They killed 143 people and wounded many more. The attackers managed to escape by throwing incendiary devices to set the building on fire. However, they were later captured by Russian…

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  • Back to Port Orchard: Police Reveal Unknown DNA May Lead to Linda Malcom’s Killer

    Back to Port Orchard: Police Reveal Unknown DNA May Lead to Linda Malcom’s Killer

    Editor’s Note: This is the eleventh episode in Season 3 of Break the Case. Listen to the first episode. Listen to Episode 11: Subscribe to Break the CaseSpotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts Jen Bucholtz recently returned to Port Orchard, Washington to conduct additional on-the-ground investigation and meet with law enforcement officials. Ambient light from a street light is enough to see the entrance to…

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    Practical Solutions to Solve the Crisis at the Southwest Border

    Note: This is the third article in a three-part series involving my visit to the southwest border of the U.S. in February 2024. In the first and second articles in this three-part series, I discussed the horrifying stories of migrants who had been trafficked and smuggled to the southwest border of the U.S. But this problem at the southwest border…

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  • Women's History Month Pedro and Monica Drexler

    Motivated by an Advocate for Justice

    Pedro catching up with Monica Vidaurri at a restaurant in Washington, D.C. Image courtesy of author. By Dr. Kristin DrexlerFaculty Member, School of STEM with Pedro MaldonadoDoctoral Student, Global Security Note: This article is the third in a series honoring Women’s History Month. Women’s History Month is a time to reflect upon the women, past and present, who have inspired…

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  • Alumni Stories: Advocating for DEI in Higher Education

    Alumni Stories: Advocating for DEI in Higher Education

    By John Robert Morton, Student, and Alumni Affairs Liaison, and Tracie White, AMU Graduate What better way to celebrate Women’s History Month by recognizing an extraordinary woman? Tracie White is a University graduate who received a bachelor’s degree in business administration in 2023. She currently works as a program administrator in the Office of Diversity and Inclusion at Eberly College…

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    Gang Recruitment and How to Protect Your Children

    Gangs exist within communities throughout the United States, and they continue to thrive because of gang recruitment. Between working in law enforcement as a gang liaison officer and speaking with gang members as a researcher, I have heard many stories of how people have been recruited. What Is the Appeal of Gangs? For many members, gangs fill a void in…

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  • human traffickers psychology Sadulski

    Human Traffickers and Understanding Their Psychology

    Human trafficking is an especially vile crime. Victims are not only robbed of their freedom by human traffickers, but they are also robbed of their dignity, sense of self-worth and personal value. These feelings occur because the victims are placed in unspeakable situations at the hands of human traffickers. Sex trafficking victims are considered a reusable product, so they may…

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  • Can It Handle Everything We Do?

    Can It Handle Everything We Do?

    Artificial intelligence (AI) seems to be the next big thing in our society. However, some people misunderstand what AI is truly supposed to be doing for humanity. Some think that artificial intelligence is there to handle simple and sometimes complex tasks. Others feel that AI can handle every job and task that humans do. Edge contributor William Tucker contends that…

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  • southwest border 3 Sadulski

    A Horrifying Visit to the Southwest Border of the US: Part 3

    Note: This is the third article in a three-part series involving my visit to the southwest border of the U.S. in February 2024. In the first and second articles in this three-part series, I discussed the horrifying stories of migrants who had been trafficked and smuggled to the southwest border of the U.S. But this problem at the southwest border…

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  • A Horrifying Visit to the Southwest Border of the US: Part 2

    A Horrifying Visit to the Southwest Border of the US: Part 2

    Note: This is the second article in a three-part series involving my visit to the southwest border of the U.S. in February 2024. During the week of February 19, 2024, I toured the southwest border of the U.S. in the area around McAllen, Texas. After the tour, I set out to explore the conditions on both sides of the border…

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