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Storm Strengthening To Hurricane Off Carolinas As Puerto Rico Faces Storm Beryl
By Maria Caspani, Reuters
Tropical Storm Chris is forecast to become a hurricane by Monday while Beryl advances upon the Caribbean.
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Hurricane Season Has Started. Here's What Medical Experts Say Is Needed To Save Lives.
A recent study found that about one-third of deaths in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria were a result of interruption of medical care. These steps could help.
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4 Notorious Hurricane Names You'll Never Hear Again
These Stunning GIFs Show St. Martin's Miraculous Recovery From Hurricanes Irma And Maria
What a difference six months makes.
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Watch The Moment This Puerto Rican School Gets Power Back After 112 Long Days
After more than 100 days without electricity, this video captures the moment a school in Puerto Rico finally turns the lights back on.
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2017 Saw A Record High Of Insurance Claims Due To Natural Disasters
They amount to about $135 billion.
2017 Natural Disaster Costs Soar
Natural disasters cost the global economy more than 300 billion dollars in 2017, nearly double the cost of the year before.
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Good Riddance: Devastating 2017 Hurricane Season Comes To An End
It's a reminder of just how "destructive, life-altering and society-altering" hurricanes can be, one meteorologist said.
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Trump Administration Is Sending Haitians Back To A Country Still Mired In Disaster
“Everything is destroyed. We have nothing left. What would we do?”
7 Numbers That Explain How Much Puerto Rico Is Still Suffering
It's been two months since Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, and more than half its residents are still without power.
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Sandy-Level Storms Projected Every 5 Years
A new study projects that New York City could see Sandy-level storms every five years.
Two Months After Hurricane Harvey, Local Dependability Is Still Key
Former lawyer, kids app developer, yoga practitioner
I didn’t so much feel “Houston Strong,” although that slogan would apply. I mostly felt the strength of churches.
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Trump Should Tackle Climate If He Wants To Save Billions, Congressional Report Says
“We cannot ignore the impact of climate change on our public health, our environment, and our economy," the Government Accountability Office says.
Former Presidents Unite For Hurricane Relief
The five former presidents (and Lady Gaga) came together for hurricane relief.
All 5 Living Former U.S. Presidents Gathered In Texas To Raise Money For Hurricane Victims
The former presidents came together to attend the "One America Appeal" benefit concert. The fund has raised $31 million to date.
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Puerto Rico Plans To Have The Lights Back On By December -- At The Earliest
As of Friday, 83 percent of the hurricane-battered island was without electricity.
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2017's Hurricanes Tie 100-Year Record
Ten consecutive hurricanes in one season mean that 2017 has matched a 124-year-old record. But there’s still time for another storm to set a new record this year.
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After Backlash, FEMA Once Again Has Puerto Rico Power, Water Stats On Main Website
Crucial stats on the humanitarian crisis were removed, leaving them only available on a Spanish-language Puerto Rican website.
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Thousands Of Eligible Dreamers May Miss The Deadline To Renew Protections
President Donald Trump gave young undocumented immigrants only a month to extend their work permits.
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