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Death toll rises after Irma, Texas still feels Harvey's punch
The death toll from Hurricane Irma has climbed to 17 in the US, while thousands of homes in Texas remain under water.
Richard Branson shares images of Irma's devastation
The billionaire business magnate referred to Hurricane Irma as "the storm of the century."
Astonishing satellite images reveal islands stripped by Hurricane Irma
A series of satellite images taken before and after Hurricane Irma carved a path through the Caribbean detail the extent of widespread damage left by the storm. At least 37 people died in the Caribbean, and at least another seven in Florida, as a result of the hurricane which had wind speeds as
Kenny Chesney loses home to Hurricane Irma, launches foundation to help survivors
Kenny Chesney said he has lost his home on St. John in the U.S. Virgin Islands to the devastation from Hurricane Irma. While the country singer wasn't in the area when the storm took place, he told HLN's Morning Express with Robin Meade that the destruction in the Virgin Islands is "biblical in
Richard Branson urges British Virgin Islands residents to brace for Hurricane Jose as they recover from Irma
Sir Richard Branson is urging everyone in the British Virgin Islands to "get prepared" for Hurricane Jose, even as the islands are recovering from Hurricane Irma. The billionaire business magnate decided to hunker down as Hurricane Irma passed over his privately-owned island Necker Island earlier
Richard Branson , son promote relief effort for Caribbean following Hurricane Irma
Sir Richard Branson's son Sam Branson took to Instagram Thursday to promote a relief effort that's ongoing to help those in the Caribbean islands that were and continue to be affected by Hurricane Irma. "#hurricaneirma relief @britishredcross relief fund has been set up. Please donate all you can
Travel blogger launches 'Catch Me If You Can' challenge, offering upgraded seat to strangers who spot him at the airport
Travel blogger Gilbert Ott has launched a unique challenge he’s dubbed “ Catch Me If You Can ” where he will swap his first or business class seats with anyone who spots him at an airport and asks him to switch. “The idea is that if you find me in an airport, in the check-in lane, the security
Travel blogger challenges strangers to find him at the airport to score his upgraded seats
Gilbert Ott promises to give travelers his first- or business-class seat if they see him at the airport and ask to switch.
Is it wrong to talk while watching TV?
The "GMA" anchors discuss whether talking during TV shows is acceptable behavior.
Music promoter Rob Goldstone is at the center of brewing political controversy
Rob Goldstone, a British-born music promoter who has worked for a range of famous pop stars, somehow became the unlikely matchmaker between the Russians and Donald Trump’s inner circle. More lovable clown than scheming international operative, Goldstone posted goofy videos to Facebook that show him