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By Amna Nawaz
New York Times columnist David Brooks and Washington Post associate editor Jonathan Capehart join Amna Nawaz to discuss the week in politics, including October surprises in the U.S. and crises on the world stage with just a month until the…
By William Brangham, Shoshana Dubnow
Nearly a week after Hurricane Ian made landfall in Florida, search and rescue teams are still on the job. More than 100 people were killed in the state during the storm and its aftermath. Utility workers say it will likely…
By News Desk and Associated Press, Meg Kinnard, Adriana Gomez Licon, Associated Press
Rescuers continue to search for survivors in flooded homes in Florida after Hurricane Ian's passage earlier this week. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said in a press conference Saturday that restoring water and electrical utilities are also a top priority.
New York Times columnist David Brooks and Washington Post associate editor Jonathan Capehart join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week in politics, including the state and federal response to Hurricane Ian and recent election victories by right-wing political parties across…
By Adriana Gomez Licon, Associated Press
Ian has regained hurricane strength as it spun toward South Carolina a day after devastating a cross section of Florida. The U.S. National Hurricane Center says the storm's maximum sustained winds increased Thursday to 75 mph.
Rescue crews are wading through water and using boats to rescue Florida residents stranded in the wake of Hurricane Ian. The Orange County fire department posted photos Thursday of crews in a flooded neighborhood in the Orlando area.
By Curt Anderson, Associated Press
Hurricane Ian, one of the most powerful storms ever recorded in the U.S., swamped southwest Florida on Wednesday, flooding streets and buildings, knocking out power to over 1 million people and threatening catastrophic damage further inland.
By Associated Press
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis says some areas have begun to lose power and warns of mass outages as Hurricane Ian approaches the state's coast.
By Cristiana Mesquita, Curt Anderson, Associated Press
Hurricane Ian tore into western Cuba as a major hurricane Tuesday and left 1 million people without electricity. Now it's on a collision course with Florida over warm Gulf waters expected to strengthen it into a catastrophic Category 4 storm.
Flordia Gov. Ron DeSantis told state residents to prepare for damage from Hurricane Ian in a briefing Tuesday morning.
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