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In our news wrap Sunday, a major flood threat faces Mississippi as the Pearl river is expected to crest 8 feet above flood stage on Sunday. Residents in Jackson have been advised to evacuate. Plus, Two U.S. warships sailed through…
By Zarar Khan, Associated Press
Flash flooding from the heavy rains has washed away villages and crops as soldiers and rescue workers evacuated stranded residents to the safety of relief camps and provided food to thousands of displaced Pakistanis.
In our news wrap Saturday, U.S. intelligence officials said they will assess potential national security risks related to the classified materials recovered from Trump's residence, new concerns arise over shelling around Europe's largest nuclear plant in Ukraine, the death toll…
By Michael Goldberg, Associated Press/Report for America, Emily Wagster Pettus, Associated Press
People in parts of the Deep South are cleaning up after flash flooding sent water into churches, homes and businesses.
By Munir Ahmed, Associated Press
Officials say that recent heavy rains have wreaked havoc across Pakistan since mid-June, with 903 dead and about 50,000 people homeless.
By Associated Press
A tropical storm blew out of the northern Philippines on Wednesday, leaving at least three people injured and thousands displaced and prompting authorities to shut down schools and government offices.
By Jamie Stengle, Jake Bleiberg, Associated Press
Heavy rain across the drought-stricken Dallas-Fort Worth area is causing streets to flood and submerging vehicles as officials warn motorists to stay off the roads.
In our news wrap Friday, a British man was sentenced to life in a U.S. prison without parole for the Islamic State killings of four Americans, the U.S. pledged $775 million in additional military aid for Ukraine, the former Roman…
Chinese state media say 16 people have died and 18 others remain missing after a flash flood in western China.
By Jennifer McDermott, Associated Press
The impacts of climate change have been felt throughout the Northeastern U.S. with rising sea levels, heavy precipitation and storm surges causing flooding and coastal erosion.
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