The loss of life and the enormous damage Hurricane Ida has left in its wake are renewing bigger conversations around climate change. The past few days alone have seen one biblical-like problem after another: Massive flooding, a total loss of…
By Seth Borenstein, Associated Press
Meteorologists say natural and man-made forces made Ida deadly and devastating in the New York and New Jersey area even though the weakened storm made landfall more than 1,000 miles away.
By Darlene Superville, Associated Press
Biden pledged robust federal help to the Northeastern and Gulf states battered by Hurricane Ida and for western states beset by wildfires—with the catastrophes serving as deadly reminders that the “climate crisis” has arrived.
By David Porter, Bobby Caina Calvan, Jennifer Peltz, Associated Press
A stunned U.S. East Coast faced a rising death toll, surging rivers, tornado damage and continuing calls for rescue Thursday after the remnants of Hurricane Ida walloped the region with record-breaking rain.
By Kevin McGill, Chevel Johnson, Melinda Deslatte, Associated Press
Power and water outages affected hundreds of thousands of people, many of them with no way to get immediate relief.
By Associated Press
Ida is forecast to dump rain from the central Appalachians into New England on Wednesday, with up to 8 inches possible in spots from Pennsylvania to Massachusetts.
By Chloe Jones
Hurricane Ida, one of the strongest hurricanes ever to hit the United States, has caused at least one death in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and knocked out power for the entire city of New Orleans. Here's how you can help.
By Rebecca Santana, Kevin McGill, Janet McConnaughey, Associated Press
Rescuers set out in hundreds of boats and helicopters to reach people trapped by floodwaters and utility crews mobilized Monday after a furious Hurricane Ida swamped the Louisiana coast and made a shambles of the electrical grid.
By Stephanie Sy, Murrey Jacobson
Search crews across middle Tennessee are still looking through the debris of a flooded landscape. At least 22 people died in Saturday's disaster with a dozen others missing. Stephanie Sy reports.
Search crews worked through shattered homes and tangled debris on Monday, looking for about a dozen people still missing after record-breaking rain sent floodwaters surging through Middle Tennessee, killing at least 22 people.
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