In New Orleans, streets turned into small, swift rivers that overturned garbage cans and picked up pieces of floating wood. Water was up to the doors of many cars. Other vehicles were abandoned.
By Chevel Johnson and Janet McConnaughey, Associated Press
Monday in our news wrap, the caravan of Central American migrants trying to reach the U.S. is growing as it pushes deeper into Mexico, despite President Trump’s threats to slash aid to countries failing to stop it. Hurricane Willa heads…
As Hurricane Michael pummels the Florida Panhandle, the Louisiana Cajun Navy is prioritizing rescue efforts in some of the hardest to reach areas in the Michael's path.
By Lora Strum
At the moment, the reported links between Hurricane Michael and climate change are murky, at best.
By Nsikan Akpan, Julia Griffin
Hurricane Michael strengthened to a Category 3 as it approaches Florida’s Panhandle. In anticipation of landfall Wednesday, the president has already approved emergency federal funding. William Brangham speaks with Ken Graham, director of the National Hurricane Center in Miami, for…
By Miles O'Brien
Florida research professors studying climate change have serious warnings for the Magic City. They say that Miami’s buildings have come a long way in becoming more resistant to sustained, heavy winds. However, the city’s infrastructure may not be prepared to…
By Michael Biesecker, Gary D. Robertson, Associated Press
North Carolina environmental regulators say several open-air manure pits at hog farms have failed, spilling pollution.
PBS NewsHour has compiled this guide of resources so you can track Hurricane Florence's devastation as it happens.
By Russ Bynum, Associated Press
"If Mama won't leave, most folks aren't going to leave."…
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