Dorian could maintain this intensity for several days before gradually weakening through Saturday, according to the National Hurricane Center.
The southeastern U.S. shoreline is watching Hurricane Dorian drive north, not far offshore. The storm’s winds have dropped to 105 miles per hour, still plenty powerful but much less severe than those that blasted the northern Bahamas earlier this week.
Now that Hurricane Dorian has finally receded from the Bahamas, relief organizations are able to step in. Susan Mangicaro is heading up that effort for the International Medical Corps, a nonprofit group of volunteer doctors and nurses who deliver emergency…
Hurricane Dorian hovered over parts of the Bahamas for more than 20 hours, leaving immense devastation and stranded residents in its wake. The weakening storm’s slow progression toward the southeastern U.S. meant officials in Florida and South Carolina were trying…
With Hurricane Dorian devastating the Bahamas and heading toward the U.S., how are American agencies and officials getting ready for the threat? Acting Homeland Security Sec. Kevin McAleenan joins Amna Nawaz to discuss preparation efforts, including pre-deployment of supplies and…
On the 2020 presidential campaign trail, Democratic candidates are striving to stand out within a crowded field. Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, now polling second to former Vice President Joe Biden, sought Monday to restore her credibility with Native American voters.
By Meg Kinnard, Associated Press
The speech — following mass shootings in Texas and Ohio that killed 31 people — came as White House hopefuls grapple with how to respond to the violence.
By Associated Press
The national holiday to mark America's birth as a country will be filled with parades, concerts, naturalization ceremonies and of course, fireworks.
NPR’s Tamara Keith and Thelisha Eaddy of South Carolina Public Radio join Lisa Desjardins to discuss the latest political news, including Pete Buttigieg’s response to a shooting in his city, how Joe Biden’s comments about working with segregationists were received…
Almost the entire sprawling Democratic presidential field of more than 20 candidates took the same stage Friday in the South's first primary state, looking to make connections in a primary battleground.
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