The devastation in the Bahamas from Hurricane Dorian is unprecedented and catastrophic. Although homes, roadways and some airports remain submerged, chef José Andrés has traveled to the territory with his nonprofit organization, World Central Kitchen, on a mission to feed…
Why did Hurricane Dorian, the strongest storm on record to hit the Bahamas, linger over the island nation for so long? Ken Graham, director of the National Hurricane Center, joins Judy Woodruff to explain the "rare" conditions that kept the…
By Zoe Rohrich
Nonprofits and government agencies are mobilizing to help with recovery efforts from Hurricane Dorian. Here are some ways you can help people who have already been hit by the storm and those in its path.
By Ramon Espinosa, Dánica Coto, Michael Weissenstein, Associated Press
As of daybreak Tuesday, Dorian's winds had dipped to 120 mph, making it a still highly dangerous Category 3 hurricane, and the storm was at a standstill, with part of its eyewall hanging over Grand Bahama Island.
Hurricane Dorian struck the Bahamas as a Category 5 storm at first, causing major destruction and flooding. Now Florida residents wait with trepidation to see if Dorian will make landfall there, where many are still recovering, both physically and emotionally,…
Hurricane Dorian is the strongest storm on record to hit the Bahamas, and it has lingered for days. Because of the storm’s long duration, many calls for help have as yet gone unanswered, and officials aren’t able to assess the…
By Associated Press
Prime Minister Hubert Minnis said Monday that rescue crews will respond to calls for help as soon as weather conditions allow.
By Ramon Espinosa, Associated Press
"Devastating hurricane conditions” are expected in the Abacos Islands early Sunday and across Grand Bahama Island later in the day, the National Hurricane Center in Miami said.
Ten million people along the east coast of Florida could be at risk from Hurricane Dorian. The storm will reach the Bahamas Sunday, then hit Florida by Tuesday -- with Category 4 winds of 140 miles per hour. Judy Woodruff…
By Tim Aylen, Associated Press
The storm is expected to approach the northwest Bahamas on Saturday and then move over or near that region on Sunday.
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