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By Seung Min Kim, Chris Megerian, Bruce Schreiner, Associated Press
President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden are witnessing first hand the damage from deadly and devastating storms that have resulted in the worst flooding in Kentucky's history.
By Gabriel Pietrorazio
Appalachians woke up to torrential rainfalls setting new records in eastern Kentucky and leaving a path of destruction in its wake. The downpour began on July 28 and within a matter of 48 hours, the eastern portion of the state…
By Bruce Schreiner, Associated Press
Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear said as many as 37 people were still unaccounted for and the number of fatalities would likely rise.
In our news wrap Saturday, catastrophic flash floods across eastern Kentucky and wider Appalachia have killed at least 25 people, President Biden tests positive for COVID again in a rare rebound case, protestors storm Iraq's parliament for the second time…
By Amna Nawaz, Shoshana Dubnow
Eastern Kentucky is the epicenter Friday of the nation's latest extreme weather disaster. At least 16 people have died in flooding that rewrote the record books and ravaged neighboring states as well. Amna Nawaz has our report.
By Bruce Schreiner, Rebecca Reynolds Yonker, Associated Press
Heavy rains have caused flash flooding and mudslides as storms pound parts of central Appalachia. Gov. Andy Beshear says at least three people have died from flooding in Kentucky.
By Gabrielle Hays
In neighborhoods, residents reported destroyed cars and other property, harrowing boat rescues and other intense scenes.
By Associated Press
The casualties were reported in the capital of Sanaa and the southwestern province of Dhamar, where it began raining late last week, the Houthi-run Sanaa Radio said.
By Geoff Bennett, Lorna Baldwin
As fires rage across Europe and floods inundate China, scientists caution extreme weather events are likely to happen more often across the globe due to climate change.
By Rod McGuirk, Mark Baker, Associated Press
Hundreds of homes have been inundated in and around Australia's largest city in a flood emergency that was causing trouble for 50,000 people.
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