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EDM DigestEDM Wednesday Briefing: The Great Central US 'ShakeOut' Earthquake Drill Is Coming Soon
Emergency and disaster management briefing for Oct. 17, 2018: The Great Central U.S. ShakeOut Earthquake Drill to be held on October 18 is meant to encourage preparedness and safety for families and communities – and more news.

EDM DigestFlorida Panhandle Tries Return to Normal after Michael
Despite more than 1000 people still missing one week after Hurricane Michael struck the Florida Panhandle and the resulting devastation, the region has begun taking steps to return life to normal.

EDM DigestNASA Astronaut Describes Close Call Following Failed Launch
Air Force Col. Nick Hague, the NASA astronaut who survived last week's failed launch and emergency landing, knew he needed to stay calm.

EDM DigestTears Flow As Mexico Beach Residents Come Home After Michael
With stunned faces and tears, residents of hard-hit Mexico Beach returned home for the first time Wednesday about a week after Hurricane Michael hit.

In Public SafetyHow Correctional Officers Can Identify Sovereign Citizens in the Law Library

By Jason Whitehead

Getting posted at the law library can seem unimportant, but correctional officers should be aware of inmates involved in the sovereign citizen movement. Here are some documents and writings officers should be on the look out for. 

Online Career TipsBusiness Data Evaluation Needs a Multi-Dimensional Approach

Whenever you’re studying performance metrics and business data, it is best to “start wide” and use a multi-dimensional approach.

Online Learning TipsWhy Prospective Teachers Should Study Foreign Languages
American K-12 teachers need to know foreign languages, because they are instructing an increasing number of students who are English learners (ELs).

In Homeland SecurityVenezuela's Woes Continue to Restrict Internal Peace and Progress
Venezuela is a mess. Food supplies are low, their currency is worthless and the refugee crisis has made its neighbors take action to slow the migration.

In Homeland SecurityMigrants Moving Again In Guatemala Despite Trump Threats
A caravan of some 2,000 Honduran migrants hit the road in Guatemala again Wednesday, hoping to reach the U.S. despite President Trump's threat to cut off aid to countries that don't stop them.

In Homeland SecurityTrump Tells AP He Won't Accept Blame If GOP Loses House
Facing the prospect of electoral defeat in the mid-terms, President Trump said that he won't accept the blame if his party loses control of the House.