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The outbreak across Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone has become the largest on record.
Gregory Lorjuste, deputy director of scheduling for Obama, on his route to the White House.
Presidential Innovation Fellow Derek Frempong, who works at the Department of Energy to develop new technology for disaster response and recovery, speaks on his background and the need for more Blacks in STEM fields.
The NAACP and others say that Black Americans are more severely affected by natural disasters such as the recent tornado in Oklahoma.
During National Minority Health Month, BET.com looks at a department within the federal government that has existed since the 1980s, but it has taken on new vigor in recent years.
More than 7.5 million homes and businesses lost power and at least 18 people died as a result of Hurricane Sandy.
Hurricane Sandy is churning off the East Coast and is expected to join up with two other weather systems to create a huge and problematic storm affecting 50 million people.
FEMA is seeking to recover more than $385 million it says was improperly paid to victims of hurricanes Katrina, Rita and Wilma.
President urges people in Irene's path to take necessary precautions.
As Haiti embarks on what’s predicted to be an active hurricane season, questions on their readiness still remain.