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Hurricane Irma lashes at Florida on all sides
MIAMI — Hurricane Irma gave Florida a coast-to-coast pummeling with winds up to 130 mph Sunday, swamping homes and boats, knocking out power to millions and toppling massive construction cranes over the Miami skyline.
Harvey's victims face dire housing needs
U.S. envoy says N. Korean leader ‘begging for war’; U.N. Security Council talks stronger sanctions
Category 4 Hurricane Irma begins assault on Florida Keys
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) -- Residents huddled in shelters watching for updates as Hurricane Irma began its assault on Florida early Sunday as a Category 4 storm, lashing the area with winds near 130 mph (215 kph) and drenching rain.
Young immigrants bracing for changes in DACA
Young immigrants shielded from deportation by a program that President Donald Trump was expected to end were battling to keep those protections Monday, while preparing for the worst.
Houston residents mark Labor Day sorting through storm ruins
Some Gulf Coast residents ripped up soggy carpeting, cut out Sheetrock from walls marked by the height floodwaters had reached and sorted through destroyed clothes and other belongings on Monday, 10 days after Harvey swept onto land and caused billions of dollars in damage.
For some transgender Texans, bathroom bill fight spurs bids for office
New law lets Texas drivers help tackle the state's rape kit testing backlog
Beaumont struggles to restore water service after Harvey
A Texas city that lost its drinking water system to Harvey struggled Saturday to restore service, and firefighters kept monitoring a crippled chemical plant that has twice been the scene of explosions and fires since the storm roared ashore and stalled over Texas more than a week ago.
National security aide Gorka leaves White House
Sebastian Gorka, a national security aide whose hardline views on immigration and terrorism caused discord inside and outside the White House, is the latest official to exit President Donald Trump's administration.
Emails point to Manafort offer to brief Russian in campaign
A stunned Puerto Rico seeks to rebuild after Hurricane Maria
Campuses grapple with new threat: clashes between extremists and opponents
On college campuses, white supremacists and other far-right extremist groups see fertile ground to spread their messages and recruit followers.