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"I feel in the long run I didn't do anything wrong,” Mark Meechan told Alex Jones.
The hotel chain sent a boat to St. Thomas but only those on the passenger manifest were allowed to board, a decision Marriott officials said was out of their hands.
Advocates for stronger protective measures say the killing is evidence that the government isn't doing enough to safeguard indigenous people.
The suit claims Polk County sheriff's deputies tried to run unconstitutional background checks on people fleeing Irma.
Some animals are caged, but these animal experts say alligators and crocodiles just sink in the water and ride the storm out.
Dani Beckstrom was looking at predictions that a 9-foot storm surge would hit her community.
Pam Brekke's father is among Florida's most vulnerable residents. She was too late to get a generator that could help keep him alive.
"One concern right now is Hurricane Jose, whether or not it's going to hit us and how hard,” Freeman Rogers said. “People don’t have roofs. It'd be really rough if we got hit with another big hurricane."
The man somehow managed to get into a restricted area of the tarmac with officers in pursuit.
Clinton's new book “What Happened” includes moments from the campaign she wishes she could “go back and do over.”