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Don't remove the tie: France's Macron bound by unspoken rule
French President Emmanuel Macron just won't take his tie off, even when picking his way in sweltering heat through the rubble left by Hurricane Irma on the French island of St. Martin.
The Latest: Melania Trump salutes hurricane victims
First lady Melania Trump is delivering a tribute to the victims of recent hurricanes as she and her husband host a dinner at the White House
The Latest: Irma inland near Tampa, still Category 2 storm
Hurricane Irma, still a dangerous Category 2 storm, moving north and nearing Tampa
President Trump calls Hurricane Irma 'some big monster'
President Donald Trump, who spent the weekend monitoring Hurricane Irma from Camp David with members of his cabinet, called the Category 2 storm "some big monster" today. "You don't want to be in that path," Trump said, referring to residents of Florida who remained along the coast. "That's a path
Trump: US a 'bit lucky' Irma veered from original course
Trump says 'we may have been a little bit lucky' after Hurricane Irma shifted course.
The Latest: More than 170K without power in Florida
More than 170,000 homes and businesses in Florida have lost power and the center of Irma is about 90 miles southeast of Key West
President Trump, Cabinet gathered for updates as Hurricane Irma neared Florida
As Hurricane Irma approached Florida on Saturday, President Donald Trump and members of his cabinet met at Camp David for an update on the storm delivered by Elaine Duke, Acting Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security . In remarks delivered to the cabinet at the beginning of the meeting,
Trump to residents in Irma's path: 'Just get out of its way'
Trump is urging any U.S. residents still in Hurricane Irma's path to "just get out of its way" and not worry about possessions, saying "property is replaceable, but lives are not."
The Latest: Irma regaining strength over bathtub-warm water
The center of Hurricane Irma has now cleared the Cuban coast and entered the Florida Straits, where bathtub-warm water of nearly 90 degrees (32 degrees Celsius) will enable the storm to intensify.