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Hurricane Matthew

  1. climate change
    This Isn’t ‘the New Normal’ for Climate Change — That Will Be WorseThe wildfires raging in California, the hurricanes that battered the United States: they are only the beginning of what is to come.
  2. North Carolina Is Still Underwater From Hurricane MatthewWhile his sister, Hurricane Nicole, slams Bermuda as a powerful category 3 storm.
  3. Hurricane Matthew Is Gone, But the Worst Isn’t Even Close to Over in NCAt least 17 are dead as the state is consumed by record flooding.
  4. hurricane matthew
    Hurricane Matthew, Now a Category 1, Makes Landfall in South CarolinaSignificant flooding is still expected from the record rainfall and coastal storm surge.
  5. Hurricane Matthew Threatens Florida With ‘Dangerous’ FloodsThe Category 2 storm is about to slam Georgia and South Carolina.
  6. Hurricane Matthew Weakens, But Remains ‘Extremely Dangerous’It’s expected to cause serious damage from Florida to South Carolina.
  7. voter suppression
    Will Hurricane Matthew Have Consequences for November?The storm is hitting the swing state of Florida days before the voter-registration deadline, and Governor Rick Scott has refused to extend it.
  8. Matt Drudge Suggests Hurricane Matthew Might Be a Liberal ConspiracyThe government might be lying about the hurricane’s intensity to exaggerate the threat posed by climate change, the conservative commentator tweets.
  9. Hillary Clinton Opts Out of Airing Weather Channel Ads During Hurricane MatthewThe Democratic nominee decided the extra eyeballs weren’t worth the risk of backlash.
  10. Hurricane Matthew Carries Potential for ‘Massive Destruction’ in FloridaThe potential category 4 storm has sparked mass evacuations in the southeast. It looks like the northeastern U.S. is safe, however.
  11. Hurricane Matthew Slams Haiti, and a Brush With the U.S. Is Looking More LikelyParts of Florida are already under a tropical-storm watch.
  12. Hurricane Matthew to Hit Haiti With ‘Life-Threatening’ Rain, Wind, and SurgeThe storm will lash islands in the Caribbean, but after that its course is uncertain.