President Barack Obama and state governors on Wednesday urged millions of people along the U.S. Southeast coast to evacuate and prepare for Hurricane Matthew as the potentially devastating storm took aim at Florida.
Matthew, currently pummeling the Bahamas and the fiercest Caribbean storm in nearly a decade, was forecast to begin lashing Florida with fierce winds, storm surges and heavy rain late on Thursday, the U.
President Barack Obama on Wednesday told residents of Florida and other states along the path of Hurricane Matthew take the threat seriously. Government officials are worried about complacency, especially in … Click to Continue »
Evacuations have been ordered for parts of Florida in the face of Hurricane Matthew, which is currently blowing through the Caribbean as a Category 4 storm, killing 11 people so far. The entire east coast of Florida was under some k...
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama on Wednesday said the U.S. government has teams and supplies positioned to respond to Hurricane Matthew as the storm barrels toward Florida and other southeastern states.
By Letitia Stein and Harriet McLeod TAMPA, Fla./CHARLESTON, S.C., Oct 5 (Reuters) – President Barack Obama and state governors on Wednesday urged millions of people along the U.S. Southeast coast to evacuate and prepare for Hurrican...