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By PBS NewsHour
The unusual storm packed the power of a category 3 hurricane but lacked the days of warning a typical hurricane offers.
By David Pitt, Associated Press
In our news wrap Friday, a key impeachment witness has lost his White House job. An attorney for Army Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman says the aide was fired from the National Security Council and escorted from the building. Vindman had…
The legislation would provide more than $5 billion in emergency appropriations, mostly for housing aid, rebuilding infrastructure, and repairing roads and bridges.
By Andrew Taylor, Associated Press
In Santa Rosa, California, what's left of a mobile home park is still desolate after a 2017 wildfire. The former residents with homes still standing aren't allowed to live there, but they have also had trouble getting insurance money. Karla…
By Karla Carballo-Torres, Lorin Eleni Gill
As the measure languished in a feud between Trump and Democrats, disasters kept coming — with failed levees in Arkansas, Iowa and Missouri and tornadoes across Ohio just the most recent examples. The measure is supported by the bipartisan party…
In our news wrap Thursday, President Trump renewed attacks on Robert Mueller and his probe into Russian election interference. Trump also tweeted that he himself had nothing to do with Russia's “helping me get elected,” but later tried to walk…
A second conservative Republican in as many House sessions stepped in on Tuesday to block a long-overdue $19 billion disaster aid bill that's a top priority for some of President Donald Trump's most loyal allies on Capitol Hill.
By David A. Lieb, Associated Press
An AP analysis shows federal buyouts of flooded properties have been getting more expensive, with many of the costliest coming in the last decade.
By Gretchen Frazee
Scientists expect to see four to eight hurricanes — half of which may become major hurricanes with winds of at least 111 miles per hour.
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