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By William Brangham, Lizz Bolaji
The Atlantic hurricane season started June 1, but people in southeast Louisiana are still recovering after being hit last year by one of the strongest hurricanes ever to make landfall in the state. Communities correspondent Roby Chavez went back to…
By Roby Chavez, Diane Lincoln Estes
In our news wrap Friday, a federal grand jury indicted former Trump adviser Peter Navarro for contempt of Congress, the school police commander in Uvalde, Texas, reportedly did not have a radio following the mass shooting, a congressional committee will…
President Joe Biden on Wednesday received a briefing about what Americans can expect this year. He told reporters: "We know hurricanes are coming our way. They grow more extreme every season."…
By Zeke Miller, Chris Megerian, Associated Press
Power is now restored to most of New Orleans, but several hundred thousand people in southeast Louisiana are still without amid a rising death toll. Local officials say 9 more people in New Orleans have died of excessive heat, bringing…
By Roby Chavez
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…
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…
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