Hurricane Sandy

Superstorm Sandy Victims Still Suffering on Four-Year Anniversary

Victims still fighting red tape, FEMA to get their homes back

President Obama broke his promise that they would have the full support of the federal government and no "red tape" to contend with, Superstorm Sandy victims told the Washington Free Beacon on the four-year anniversary of the storm.

Stop FEMA Rallies Planned Across the Country

New flood insurance rates could force homeowners to move

Rallies are being planned in several states on Saturday to protest the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), its new flood maps, and the Biggert-Waters Act that will result in higher flood insurance rates.


Hurricane Sandy victims struggle to regain normalcy

Frustration has now turned to anger for many Hurricane Sandy victims after living in limbo for more than six months, and they say the slow response and inaction by the Obama administration is taking its toll.

In Memory

Hundreds gather at park opening to honor Sandy Hook victim

Hundreds gathered in a New Jersey town on Friday morning to open a playground that will memorialize one of the young victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting and offer hope to children affected by Hurricane Sandy.

The Revolt Against FEMA

Sandy victims criticize FEMA flood maps, slow progress

Some New Jersey hurricane victims are complaining that FEMA is doing more harm than Superstorm Sandy did when it hit over four months ago and washed away their homes and businesses. FEMA issued Advisory Base Flood Elevation Maps as a provision of the Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act of 2012, which was signed by President Barack Obama last July.