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Wildfires ravaged California’s wine country Monday, burning tens of thousands of acres, destroying multiple buildings and leaving many without power.
Hurricane Maria made landfall as a Category 4 storm Wednesday morning in Puerto Rico, bringing winds at about 160 mph to an island that dodged the worst of Hurricane Irma’s destructive power just a few weeks ago.
Irma, one of the largest and most dangerous storms to ever threaten the United States, is leaving a path of destruction as it crosses several Caribbean islands on its way to the continental U.S.
The storm is big, fast and speeding westward toward Puerto Rico and Florida
A look at one neighborhood by Barker Reservoir and the Buffalo Bayou drainage canal shows that flooding went far beyond the boundaries of even the projected 500-year flood plain.
An up-close look at the record levels of rain that hit southern Texas and rescue efforts by first responders and citizens.
Most of the country’s 700 or so Confederate monuments are in the South, but some are in places you wouldn’t expect.
Here is a look at the events in the administration as the White House proposed various ways to punish Russia during the final months of the presidential campaign.
Following a pair of explosions Tuesday that killed more than 20 and put the Brussels Airport (BRU) on lockdown, air traffic controllers diverted an estimated 50 planes. This is what it looked like.