Hurricane Matthew's arrival may trigger unprecedented flood damage in Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas due to storm surge and sea-level rise, experts say.
Hurricane Matthew has caused the deaths of 140 people, mostly in Haiti, and that toll is expected to rise. Aid workers who have been able to reach the most heavily damaged areas report near-total losses. The U.S. mainland is the…
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton laid low on Thursday in preparation for their upcoming debate on Sunday night. Both voiced concerns about Hurricane Matthew on Twitter and aired television ads about children and families in key swing states. Instead, their…
By Kathleen Hennessey and Gary Fineout, Associated Press
The timing of Hurricane Matthew raised questions about how the campaigns will handle problems from mail-in ballots that haven't been received.
By News Desk
Hurricane Matthew is taking aim at the southeastern United States after the storm swept the Bahamas with 125 mile-per-hour winds, the Associated Press reported Thursday.
By PBS NewsHour
Hurricane Matthew is the worst natural disaster to hit Haiti since the earthquake in 2010, prompting Haitian officials to postpone the presidential election set for next week. After causing damage in Cuba, the storm is next headed for the Bahamas…
By Kevin Freking, Associated Press
Government officials are worried about complacency, especially in South Florida, which hasn't seen a major hurricane in 11 years.
By Larisa Epatko
Hurricane Matthew cut through southwestern Haiti on Tuesday, flooding towns and knocking out at least one major bridge, as it rolled toward Florida where it is expected to hit late Thursday.
By PBS NewsHour
Hurricane Matthew is one of the fiercest Caribbean storms in years. On Monday night, it roared across the tip of Haiti, the poorest country in the Americas. It’s projected to storm through Cuba on Tuesday night and hit Florida by…
By Nana Adwoa Antwi-Boasiako
Meteorologists still do not know if or how the storm will make landfall in the United States.
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