How to Help Hurricane Sandy Victims
If you aren't able to personally provide shelter and supplies to those affected by Hurricane Sandy, it doesn't mean you can't help at all. There are many organizations along the East Coast that are providing shelter, food and other supplies to hurricane
Congress heading toward government shutdown as spending talks drag on
With Congress heading toward another government shutdown , House Speaker Paul Ryan says he is “hoping today” that negotiators will finalize an agreement Tuesday, and said congressional leaders are not yet discussing a continuing resolution as a backup plan. “There's some unresolved issues. We're
Reward for missing CDC worker Timothy Cunningham climbs to $15,000, sister says she's adjusting to 'new normal'
More than three weeks since a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention employee mysteriously vanished, the reward for information in his case has risen to $15,000 and his sister says her family is adjusting to the "new normal." Timothy Cunningham, 35, a commander in the Public Health Service who
Christian Indonesians fear deportation to hostile homeland, seek sanctuary at church
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Nannies suing diplomat were 'lured to the US,' endured 'grueling' conditions, complaint says
Editor’s note: Since this story was first published, Judge Vincent L. Briccetti filed a memorandum endorsement canceling the Nov. 15 hearing and ordering the case closed. Sherile Pahagas said she remembers exactly where she was five years ago when she got the news she had been chosen for a job as a
What you need to know about the Jones Act, which Trump just waived for Puerto Rico
After public pressure mounted, the Trump administration on Thursday authorized that the almost century-old Jones Act be waived following Hurricane Maria to ease shipping rules for Puerto Rico. As the situation in Puerto Rico worsened in the days after the hurricane slammed the island, some members
Millions of cars and trucks were soaked in flood waters after the storm
Authorities issue an urgent warning that cars damaged by flood waters in Texas and Florida may make it back to market.
Bracing for strong future hurricanes in coastal cities, without knowing patterns
The devastation left in coastal U.S. cities after Hurricanes Harvey and Irma has many wondering if multiple, high-category hurricanes making landfall will be a "new normal" moving forward, leaving questions about how coastal cities can prepare for future storms. Though scientists are reluctant to
Experts warn of the dangers of flood-damaged cars
The deluge of floodwaters from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma did not spare cars and now experts are warning of a potential rise in flood-damaged vehicles, full of hidden dangers, hitting the market.
Experts warn of the potential increase in flood-damaged cars hitting the market after Irma, Harvey
The deluge of floodwaters from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma that recently inundated parts of Texas and Florida did not spare cars, and now experts are warning of a potential rise in flood-damaged vehicles, full of hidden dangers, hitting the market. "This could be an unprecedented year for the number