On Nov. 6, more than six million Americans will be unable to vote because of a felony conviction on their records. More than a quarter of them live in Florida.
The death toll from Hurricane Michael reached at least 13 people and is expected to climb. Many of those who did survive don’t have water or power. Grocery stores and gas stations in the hardest hit areas remain closed. Judy…
By Russ Bynum, Brendan Farrington, Associated Press
Search and rescue teams looked for bodies through a ruined landscape of smashed homes and piles of sand Friday, while more deaths were reported in Virginia, 600 miles from where Hurricane Michael made landfall.
By Associated Press
There will be nothing quick about Florida’s recovery from the hurricane. Here's a closer look at the storm's devastation.
Along the Florida Panhandle, Hurricane Michael wreaked catastrophic damage. Winds of 155 miles per hour slammed into Mexico Beach and Panama City. Over a million people are without power, emergency responders are challenged by the loss of cell phone service…
Hurricane Michael, considered the most powerful hurricane to hit the Florida Panhandle, has left buildings flattened, trees snapped and entire towns unreachable by land. Judy Woodruff speaks with Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., for the latest on the damage he’s seen…
By Nsikan Akpan, Julia Griffin
At the moment, the reported links between Hurricane Michael and climate change are murky, at best.
By Jay Reeves, Brendan Farrington, Associated Press
The third-most powerful hurricane to hit the U.S. mainland in recorded history left a wide path of destruction across Florida and Georgia, destroying homes and shopping centers and felling trees that killed at least two people. And it's not done…
Hurricane Michael made landfall Wednesday, lashing the Gulf Coast with Category 4 winds and dangerous storm surge. The storm is plowing through Georgia, then the Carolinas, which are still recovering from Hurricane Florence. Amna Nawaz discusses the impacts of the…
Its winds shrieking, Michael crashed ashore in the early afternoon near Mexico Beach, a tourist town about midway along the Panhandle, a lightly populated, 200-mile stretch of white-sand beach resorts, fishing towns and military bases.
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