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Coast Guard Moves 109 Migrants to Bahamas, Sends 196 Back to Haiti

U.S. Coast Guard crews returned a combined 305 migrants to the Bahamas and Haiti, Sunday and Monday, following multiple interdictions of unlawful maritime migration attempts over the last week in support of Operation Vigilant Sentry.  

New Survey Highlights the Need for Companies to Provide More Support for LGBTQIA+ Travelers

A new survey commissioned by World Travel Protection – a global leader in travel risk management – of North American business travelers sheds light on some of the safety threats and challenges often experienced by employees who identify as LGBTQIA+ amidst the rise of violence against the community, as well as anti-LGBTQIA+ legislation and discrimination both at home and globally.

How Safe Is America’s Drinking Water Supply?

Environmental Protection Agency's stark warning this week warned the threat to the United States' supply of drinking water is increasing, with infrastructure targeted by hackers linked to the Chinese, Iranian and Russian governments. Is our water safe?

Billionaire Gets 7 Months in Prison, Expulsion from U.S. After HSI New York Probe

In a landmark case, Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) New York, in collaboration with the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York, the FBI New York, and the Internal Revenue Service-Criminal Investigation (IRS-CI) New York, successfully prosecuted Hui Qin, a billionaire from the People’s Republic of China.

COLUMN: The Private Sector Is More Than A Stakeholder

On June 10, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Office of External Affairs and co-sponsors hosted the first-ever Risk Communications, Crisis Communications, and Community Engagement Summit at the National Academy of Sciences in Washington, DC. 

WEBINAR: Supply Chain Resilience in The Defense Industrial Base

The Department of Defense and the defense industrial base encounter unique challenges in addressing and improving supply chain risk management.
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PODCAST: ‘Rethinking Radicalization’ With Elizabeth Pearson

Tune in to the latest episode of The Lede podcast, which delves into the critical topic of 'Rethinking Radicalization.'

Cultivate Your Garden

After 35 years in strategic and crisis communications, I wanted to give something back.  I invited a colleague, Rebecca Kuperberg to join me.

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