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Selena Gomez Breaks Down Talking About Hurricane-Ravaged Hometown During Hand-in-Hand Telethon
Selena Gomez became emotional as she remembered a family that drowned last month after their van was tragically swept away in the rising floodwaters in her hometown of Houston during Hurricane
Star-Studded Telethon Raises $44 Million For Hurricane Relief
Beyoncé, Justin Bieber, Jamie Foxx and Leonardo DiCaprio all participated
Julia Roberts, Lupita Nyong’o Wear Inspiring T-Shirts at Hand in Hand Telethon (Here’s Where to Buy Them)
On Tuesday night just about every single A-list actor, musician and celebrity came together to raise money for victims of Hurricane Harvey and Irma at the Hand in Hand: A Benefit for Hurricane Relief
Inside the White House Hurricane Response
For an administration that has struggled with basic challenges, Harvey and Irma elicited calm competence
Two Teens and Their Mom Die From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning After Running Generator Post Hurricane Irma
A family in Orange County, Florida suffered from carbon monoxide poisoning after Hurricane Irma swept through the state, leading to three dead and four in the hospital, PEOPLE confirms. An Orange
Today In 'Both Sides Do It': The Pseudo-Rabbinical Argle Bargle Of Mr. David Brooks
Here is what The New York Times paid Mr. David Brooks a large pile of money to write today: Atlantis: A Land of Contrasts. Noah. Noah. Noah. Noah. Noah. Both Sides! Why won't Obama lead? What?
Those Hot Florida Cops Are Posing for a Calendar for Hurricane Relief After Steaming Up Social Media with Photo
Ask and you shall receive! Officers with Florida’s Gainesville Police Department nearly broke the Internet earlier this week when a photo of a handsome trio on duty during Hurricane Irma went
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.
Deaf Community Outraged After a Sign Language Interpreter Signed Nonsense During Hurricane Irma Press Conference
On Sept. 8, an interpreter for the deaf signed a variety of unrelated words while trying to translate a Hurricane Irma evacuation message to hearing impaired residents of Manatee County,
This Hurricane Irma sign language interpreter has people furious
Apparently, he only knew these few words. The post This Hurricane Irma sign language interpreter has people furious appeared first on The Daily Dot.
Despite Endless Hurricanes, People Keep Moving to Florida
Irma. Jose. Lee. Maria. It never ends—and insurers know it.
Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Katia Drive Immigration to the U.S.
Immigration increases from countries that have established immigrant populations in the U.S.
Hurricane Maria Is Officially A Category 4 Storm As It Bears Down on Puerto Rico
Prime Minister of Dominica Live Blogs During Hurricane Maria as Roof Blows Off: ‘The Winds Are Merciless!’
The prime minister of the tiny island of Dominica is detailing the damage caused by Hurricane Maria after the Category 5 storm ravaged the Caribbean island on Monday. Roosevelt Skerrit pleaded for
How Big Is Hurricane Maria?
Here's how it compares to other major storms
Christie Brinkley's Caribbean House Is 'Miraculously Still Standing' After Irma: 'I Was Sure Our Home Was Underwater'
Christie Brinkley’s Turks & Caicos home lived up to its name in Hurricane Irma. “Our house ‘Lucky House’ was for the most part spared!” the supermodel and mom of three wrote in an emotional
Dominica prime minister posts harrowing Facebook updates through Hurricane Maria
Through the fear and destruction, Roosevelt Skerrit made sure the world was informed. The post Dominica prime minister posts harrowing Facebook updates through Hurricane Maria appeared first on The
In the Dark
In "In the Dark," Amy Davidson Sorkin explores how America is dealing with hurricane disasters.
Family That Fled St. John After Irma Now Trapped in Puerto Rico During Hurricane Maria: 'We're Hoping for the Best'
A U.S. Virgin Islands family is dealing with their second tragedy in days after fleeing their damaged St. John home during Hurricane Irma, only to face Category 4 Hurricane Maria in Puerto
Hurricane Irma and Harvey Damaged 1 Million Cars. What Happens Now?
Buyer beware: Flood-damaged cars can show up for sale in different states. Here's what to look for.