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Millionaire Welcomes 70 Irma-Displaced Foster Kids to His $30 Million Home
Today's agenda: Video games, manicures and balloon animals
U.S. Virgin Islands residents have almost nothing left
Seven days after Hurricane Irma devastated two of the three major U.S. Virgin Islands, access to communication lines and critical supplies remain spotty and residents across the islands do not know
Florida’s Poop Nightmare Has Come True
In the days and hours before Hurricane Irma slammed into Florida, its residents were treated to copious media speculation about nightmare scenarios. This monster storm, journalists said, could bring a
These Disney Attractions Are Still Closed After Hurricane Irma
Clean-up is taking a bit longer than expected in some spots
After Florida deaths, Trump administration called out for making it harder to sue nursing homes
This week’s tragedy at a Florida nursing home, where eight people died in the wake of Hurricane Irma, brought to light how the Trump administration is aiming to make it harder for seniors and their
Shirtless Looters Outchea Stealing Telephone Poles
Please disregard that insensitive, clickbait headline. I misspelled the sentence: “Jacksonville Citizens Apprehended for Illegally Acquiring Communications Equipment.” Simple mistake.Read more...
This dog got to sit in on a college class so her owner could evacuate before Hurricane Irma
It's always "take your dog to class day" if there's a hurricane on the way. The post This dog got to sit in on a college class so her owner could evacuate before Hurricane Irma appeared first on The
Dancing Deputy Sings to Elderly Woman in Shelter to Ease Her Fears During Hurricane Irma: ‘We Need More Smiles’
A Florida deputy danced and sang to ease the nerves of an elderly woman frightened by Hurricane Irma—showing residents a tender moment during a time of heartbreak and devastation. Deputy James
What Did and Didn’t Happen in Miami Last Weekend
Rahawa Haile on Miami’s lucky escape from Hurricane Irma, and what it means for the city’s preparations for the next storm.
Solidarity After the Storms
It has become a cliché—but no less true for that—to point out that so-called “natural” disasters tend to show us the fault lines in our society. The aftermath of major storms such as hurricanes Harvey
Inside Jemele Hill’s rise at ESPN
People without networks need you the most.
Internet regrets to inform you that one of Hurricane Irma’s hot cops is anti-Semitic
Turns out he wasn't so attractive after all. The post Internet regrets to inform you that one of Hurricane Irma’s hot cops is anti-Semitic appeared first on The Daily Dot.
6 Essential Ways to Prepare Your House For a Hurricane
If we've learned anything in 2017, it's that hurricane preparation should not be taken lightly. Whether they're downgraded to tropical storms or they're Category 5 superstorms, hurricanes can produce
The 3 Kinds of Insurance You Need to Be Protected in a Hurricane
The recent spate of hurricanes has been scary on many levels. For homeowners, these violent storms stir up fear of damage and destruction to their house, the place where they reside and have invested
Raw Sewage Is Now Bubbling Up in These Hurricane Irma-Battered Cities
Residents are being warned that standing water may be contaminated.
Track the Path of Tropical Storm Jose as It Moves Up the Atlantic Toward the East Coast
The southern New England coast is potentially in the storm's path
Why Flight Prices Surge Ahead of Some Hurricanes, Like Irma, But Not Others
So we asked Kayak.com to share its data and explain why.
Mom Wins $10,000 Lottery While Evacuating From Hurricane Irma: ‘We All Started Screaming’
During a time of worry and confusion, one Florida woman happened to find a stroke of sweet, sweet luck. As Hurricane Irma approached her home in Ocoee, Tiffany Hatfield and her three young daughters
Pleas for Help at Florida Nursing Home Where Heat Took Lives
The Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills in Hollywood, Fla.
Husband Uses Chainsaw to Free Pregnant Wife From Home as She Goes Into Labor with Twins During Hurricane Irma
A Georgia woman went into labor while trapped inside her home on Tuesday. on Monday, but a tree crashed down onto her home blocking her and her husband in. Heather and Mehrvarz Yavaliollah’s home was