While President Joe Biden visited New York and New Jersey, hundreds of thousands of residents and businesses in Louisiana, which he visited earlier last week, have remained without power, water or other basic needs for over a week. PBS NewsHour…
By Roby Chavez
New Jersey, New York and other Northeastern states continued cleaning up in the aftermath of the Ida storm system. At least 50 deaths from Virginia to Massachusetts have been linked with the storms. In Louisiana, at least 13 deaths have…
The death toll from Ida grew Friday as first responders in some places went door to door to list the missing. At least 49 people were killed in five Northeast states. President Joe Biden traveled to Louisiana to see the…
Justin Brannan, a New York City councilman representing Brooklyn, joins Judy Woodruff to discuss Ida's toll on New York City, and how the city can brace itself for similar weather events in the future.
By Roby Chavez, Amber Partida, Dorothy Hastings, Jason Kane
The U.S. East Coast is grappling with historic flooding and tornadoes. At least 40 more deaths have been linked to storm Ida since it struck with new fury Wednesday. Other than Louisiana, flooding is also bad in parts of the…
By Roby Chavez, Leah Nagy, Gretchen Frazee, Maea Lenei Buhre, Mike Fritz, Jason Kane
Hundreds of thousands in Southeast Louisiana are still facing a lack of power, water, and gasoline three days after Hurricane Ida struck the area. President Joe Biden is expected to visit Friday. Overall, more than a million are without power.
By PBS NewsHour
To explore the federal government's response to the devastation caused by Hurricane Ida, Judy Woodruff is joined by David Bibo, acting associate administrator for response and recovery at the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). He is just back from Louisiana,…
By Roby Chavez, Gretchen Frazee, Maea Lenei Buhre, Mike Fritz, Leah Nagy
Residents along the Gulf Coast are struggling after Hurricane Ida, which left at least five people dead. Soaring temperatures added to the struggles of more than a million people in and surrounding New Orleans who lost power and have no…
Rebuilding and recovery from Hurricane Ida is going to be a long-term proposition and could be an expensive undertaking. For those whom the hurricane has displaced, basic necessities like power and water are gone, and fuel is running low. Louisiana…
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