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Across the nation, black women are taking it upon themselves to impact their communities in the most direct way possible.
"I take it personally."
By Thomas Kennedy In the last couple of weeks, Floridians have struggled with Hurricane Irma and its aftermath. Foreseeing
Demand that your government faces the facts.
What would you take if you had to leave?
While Miami returns to normalcy after Irma, the neighborhood of Little Havana is still without power.
Since Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have unleashed their wrath on the U.S. ? two “thousand year” and $100+ billion in damage
"It's hard not to be envious when you look around and see lights everywhere. Meanwhile, you've got a candle that's burning. It's frustrating," one resident said.
While much of the population in Miami evacuated, some residents waited it out from their high-rises.
More than 6.5 million people were without power in Florida as of Monday afternoon.
Residents in Hurricane Irma’s path help the local wildlife prepare for the storm.
On the eve of Hurricane Irma’s landfall, Floridians make final preparations.
The Miami suburb of Country Walk looks set to take a direct hit from Hurricane Irma. Twenty five years after the most destructive storm to ever strike Florida, Hurricane Andrew, devastated the region some are choosing to stay and ride out the life-threatening weather.
Hurricane Irma has pummeled the Turks and Caicos islands with 175 mph winds. The storm has now been downgraded to a category 4 hurricane, as it heads towards Cuba and Florida.
Hurricane Irma is surging through the Caribbean leaving a path of destruction in its wake. It’s still on course to hit Florida, where more mandatory evacuations are being ordered.
As Hurricane Irma looks set to be the most powerful Atlantic hurricane ever, residents in Florida are stocking up on supplies. But the bare essentials are already beginning to run low.
Hurricane Irma looks set to be the most powerful Atlantic hurricane ever and residents in Florida are stocking up on supplies. But the bare essentials are already beginning to run low.
A medical examiner determined Darren Rainey was not burned while locked in a hot shower room in a Florida prison.
Not even close.
Regular dog walkers were more active on days with cold, rainy weather.