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Florence shows how storm coverage is politicized

NEW YORK (AP) — Donald Trump Jr.’s attack tweet this week showing CNN’s Anderson Cooper waist-deep in flood waters has driven home the point that politics — not just weather — was an..
Seattle Times

Floodwaters receding in North Carolina, but long recovery ahead

President Trump visits North Carolina on Wednesday to see damage caused by Hurricane Florence. The storm is now blamed for at least 37 deaths. DeMarco Morgan reports.
CBS News

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Families struggle to recover from Florence [Video]Families struggle to recover from Florence

Families are struggling to recover from Florence after the storm caused severe flooding in parts of North and South Carolina. CBS News national correspondent Manuel Bojorquez joins CBSN talk more about..

CBS News -   04:12

Trump Tours Storm Damage in the Carolinas [Video]Trump Tours Storm Damage in the Carolinas

During a briefing about the storm, President Trump praised ongoing federal response and recovery efforts.

Newsy Studio -   00:46

Flooding From Florence Is Worse Thanks to Rising Sea Levels [Video]Flooding From Florence Is Worse Thanks to Rising Sea Levels

Experts can measure just how much higher Florence's floodwaters got thanks to sea level rise.

Newsy Studio -   01:36

Floodwaters receding in North Carolina, but long recovery ahead [Video]Floodwaters receding in North Carolina, but long recovery ahead

President Trump visits North Carolina on Wednesday to see damage caused by Hurricane Florence. The storm is now blamed for at least 37 deaths. DeMarco Morgan reports.

CBS News -   02:34

President Trump To Tour Florence Damage [Video]President Trump To Tour Florence Damage

President Donald Trump is heading to North Carolina to survey the damage caused by Hurricane Florence. The storm caused an estimated $22 billion worth of damages and is being blamed for at least 37..

CBS 2 New York -   00:24

Virginia Animal Shelter Takes in Pets Affected by Florence [Video]Virginia Animal Shelter Takes in Pets Affected by Florence

The Portsmouth Humane Society in Virginia is taking action to help animals affected by Florence. Before the storm made landfall, nearly 40 cats and dogs were moved to other shelters to make room for..

WTKR -   01:08

 

Electrical Dangers Rise Along with the Water in the Carolinas

Springfield, IL, Sept. 18, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Hurricane Florence has weakened, but the storm is far from over. The threat of tornadoes and continued flooding remains a serious problem in many..
GlobeNewswire

United States: What Issues May Employers Be Required To Address As Hurricane Florence Threatens? - Ford & Harrison LLP

As the East Coast of the U.S. braces for Hurricane Florence, the approaching storm serves as a reminder that employers should be prepared to address storm-related issues if they are required to close..
Mondaq

Florence strands boats on land in New Bern, N.C.

Drone footage surveys the damage caused by flooding in New Bern, N.C. The area was hit hard by Florence's storm surge.
USATODAY.com

FEMA's Brock Long defends Trump's Puerto Rico death dispute, says study's are "all over the place"

FEMA Administrator Brock Long joins John Dickerson from FEMA headquarters to give an update on the agency’s response to tropical storm Florence and what to expect from the storm in the coming days.
CBS News

US Police Say Arrest 5 Persons for Looting Store During Florence Storm


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Florence Storm Death Toll Reportedly Hits 11 in US (VIDEOS)


RIA Nov.

Florence's death toll is now at least 11; soaking rains continue to fall

Officials in South Carolina confirmed the state’s first fatality from the still dangerous Tropical Storm Florence, bringing the storm’s total death toll to at least 11.
FOXNews.com

Slow-moving Tropical Storm Florence claims at least 7 lives in Carolinas as rainfall continues

Officials in South Carolina confirmed the state’s first fatality from the still dangerous Tropical Storm Florence, bringing the storm’s total death toll to at least seven.
FOXNews.com

One person has died in South Carolina as a result of Florence, bringing storm death toll to five

UNION, S.C. (AP) — One person has died in South Carolina as a result of Florence, bringing storm death toll to five.
Seattle Times

Surging Seas, Floods and Rescues as Florence Roars Ashore

The storm made landfall near Wilmington, N.C., and had contributed to the deaths of at least five people. Hundreds more had to be rescued.
NYTimes.com

FEMA Chief Brock Long: Florence Performing 'Exactly as Predicted'

Hurricane Florence is doing "exactly as predicted," and the storm surge and flooding remain the major dangers, FEMA Administrator Brock Long said Friday after the eye of the storm made landfall.
Newsmax

Florence storm surge at about 7 feet in Beaufort, North Carolina

As Hurricane Florence makes landfall, David Begnaud reports from a hotel pool in Beaufort, North Carolina. The hotel sustained some damage.
CBS News

FEMA chief on Hurricane Florence: "This is going to be a frustrating event"

FEMA administrator Brock Long joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss Hurricane Florence's storm surge and how the agency is prepared to respond to the expected devastation.
CBS News

Hurricane Florence storm surge major concern

Hurricane Florence’s storm surge is a particular problem for some areas that are away from the coastline but still on the water. Adriana Diaz reports from Jacksonville, North Carolina, where there's..
CBS News

"Please send help": Florence storm surge leaves 150 stranded in N.C. city

10-foot storm surge floods New Bern, North Carolina, which issues mandatory curfew; local TV station is evacuated
CBS News

New Bern, NC, residents rescued after Hurricane Florence storm surge leaves them stranded

Authorities in the coastal city of New Bern, N.C., were working with federal responders to rescue at least 150 residents who reported themselves stranded in Hurricane Florence's storm surge.
FOXNews.com

Watch: Weather Channel simulation is next level

watch: weather channel simulation is next level
A simulation weather video is showing what the life-threatening Hurricane Florence storm surge might look like if it reaches a frightening nine feet (2.7m).Life-threatening storm surges of up to 13..
New Zealand Herald

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