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Successes and Challenges in Improving Terrorism-Related Information Sharing. Washington, DC: October 2007, 48 pages. Accessed at:
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White House. Nomination of Calvin G. Franklin To Be Director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Washington, DC: The White House, February 28, 1989. Accessed at:
White House. Nomination of Fred Joseph Villella To Be Deputy Director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Washington, DC: The White House, April 1, 1981. At:
White House. Nomination of Julius W. Becton, Jr., To Be Director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Washington, DC: The White House, September 27, 1985. Accessed at:
White House. Nomination of Lee M. Thomas To Be an Associate Director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Washington, DC: The White House, June 25, 1981. At:
White House. Nomination of Louis O. Giuffrida To Be Director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Washington, DC: The White House, February 24, 1981. Accessed at:
White House. Nomination of Wallace Elmer Stickney To Be Director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, and Appointment as a Governor of the Board of Governors of the American National Red Cross. Washington, DC: The White House, May 4, 1990. Accessed at:
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Whitlock, Craig. “Environment Minister Criticizes U.S. Policy – ‘Neglected Climate Protection’ to Blame.” Washington Post, September 2, 2005.
Whitlock, Craig. “Keeping Al-Qaeda in His Grip – Al-Zawahiri Presses Ideology, Deepens Rifts Among Islamic Radicals.” Washington Post, April 16, 2006. Accessed at:
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Whoriskey, Peter. “An 800-Pound Gorilla [Lake Okeechobee] Waits to Escape in S. Florida.” Washington Post, June 21, 2006. Accessed at:
Whoriskey, Peter. “Corps Details New Orleans Flood Risk After Repairs – Study Likely to Stir Rebuilding Debate.” Washington Post, June 21, 2007. Accessed at:
Whoriskey, Peter. “Few Katrina Refugees Have Returned -- Experts Begin To Worry Damage is Permanent.” Washington Post, August 28, 2006. Accessed at:
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Wielaard, Robert. “EU Officials Deem Spreading Bird Flu Global Threat – Foreign Ministers Call for International Cooperation to Contain Deadly Virus; Swiss Drug Company Plan to Build U.S. Plant.” Baltimore Sun, October 18, 2005.
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