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By Olga R. Rodriguez, Associated Press
As a huge storm approached California Wednesday, officials began ordering evacuations in a high-risk coastal area where mudslides killed 23 people died in 2018.
Hurricane Ian left behind massive damage and widespread power outages after tearing through Florida. President Biden declared the storm a major disaster, paving the way for federal funds to support rescue and rebuilding efforts. After crossing the Florida Peninsula, the…
By John Yang, Cai Pigliucci, Mike Fritz
The city of Venice, Florida is about an hour south of Tampa and took its share of damage from Hurricane Ian. Vice Mayor Nick Pachota joined Amna Nawaz to describe what happened in his city.
By Amna Nawaz
A powerful typhoon slammed into the northeastern Philippines on Sunday and was barreling across the main Luzon island toward the capital in a densely populated path where thousands have been evacuated to safety.
By Jim Gomez, Associated Press
To discuss how evacuations in Afghanistan may be affected by Thursday's attacks, Amna Nawaz speaks to retired Col. Mike Jason, who was a battalion commander in northern Afghanistan, now the interim executive director of Allied Airlift 21, and Lisa Curtis,…
By Lisa Desjardins, Jane Ferguson
The U.S. and allied evacuation of Afghanistan is now flying out thousands of Americans, allied personnel, and afghans every day, as a Biden-pronounced deadline looms for a complete withdrawal in less than one week. The first of the nearly 6,000…
For a broader look at the looming deadline to evacuate Afghanistan, Amna Nawaz speaks to Matt Zeller, co-founder of "No One Left Behind," a nonprofit dedicated to getting interpreters and their families out of Afghanistan. He also served in the…
By Jane Ferguson
With the Afghanistan pullout deadline drawing near, some signs of progress were seen in the Afghan capital. 12,000 people were flown out of Kabul in the past 12 hours on U.S. and coalition flights. The U.S. has evacuated more than…
By Robert Burns, Jonathan Lemire, Rahim Faiez, Associated Press
U.S. President Joe Biden declared Tuesday he is sticking to his Aug. 31 deadline for completing a risky airlift of Americans, endangered Afghans and others seeking to escape Taliban-controlled Afghanistan.
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