- 15 June 2022
- Fact Check
7 June 2016 - A FEMA drill scheduled in the Pacific Northwest on 7 June 2016 won't affect the state of California at all.
30 July 2020 - Hyperlinks are often included to provide additional information ... or, in this case, punchlines.
15 September 2017 - A series of Facebook rumors about food stamp benefits for post-Irma Florida residents have a grain of truth to them but elide important facts.
13 September 2018 - An estimated 20,000 pallets of water bottles have been sitting on a landing strip in Puerto Rico since after Hurricane Maria devastated the island in September 2017.
28 November 2017 - A newly created Florida company with an unproven record never delivered urgently needed supplies, which even months later remain in demand on the island.
30 November 2015 - FEMA's informal "Waffle House Index" disaster measurement metric exists, but it isn't as integral as rumors have suggested.
10 January 2019 - President Trump has threatened to cut off aid to California unless authorities changed their forest management policies. Did he go one step further in early 2019?
12 September 2018 - The Homeland Security Department is pushing back against a Democratic U.S. senator's claim that the Trump administration transferred nearly $10 million from the government's disaster relief agency to immigration enforcement.
5 July 2013 - Will Russian forces be providing security at large events in the U.S.?
2 September 2019 - The names of hurricanes may change, but one thing seems to stay the same: Misinformation spreads quickly during these dangerous storms.
7 September 2017 - Neither FEMA nor the 2006 PETS law requires hotels and motels to accommodate pets during emergencies.