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Small towns along the western coast of Haiti suffered extreme damage fro...
After Matthew, scenes of death and destruction in Haiti
Three days after the passage of Hurricane Matthew the full extent of the damage is emerging. The death toll hit 264 as reports trickled in from isolated coastal villages.
A satellite image of Hurricane Matthew sitting over the central Caribbea...
Matthew's march through the Caribbean
Hurricane Matthew is one of the most powerful hurricanes in recent memory reaching a Category Four status with 145 mph maximum sustained winds. It struck southwest Haiti before passing over the eastern tip of Cuba and moving up through the Bahamas. Floridians are boarding up their homes for a possible direct hit on Thursday.
People walk around near destroyed houses after Hurricane Matthew passes...
Florida braces for Matthew as relief effort launched in Haiti and Cuba
Florida hasn't been hit by a major hurricane since 2005 when Wilma killed 25 people and caused more than $20 billion in damages.
On Monday afternoon winds from Hurricane Matthew began to whip up seas o...
Hurricane Matthew blasts over southwest Haiti, glances Cuba
Matthew is the most powerful hurricane to hit Haiti in 52 years. It glanced the eastern tip of Cuba, before aiming at the Bahamas and Florida.
Weather Underground forecast warning cone for Matthew
Matthew becomes most powerful hurricane in Caribbean since Wilma in 2005
The forecast track shows Matthew heading over Jamaica and eastern Cuba, before moving just east of the Florida coast
(L-R) Maria Silva, Milena Cortes, Maria Arteaga, Jackeline Bastidas and...
Venezuelans struggle to feed their dogs
In the South American countries, parents are having trouble feeding their families, let alone their pets. A bag of dog food can cost up to double the minimum wage. Reuters captured some of the animals living in an animal shelter in Caracas.
In this July 21, 2016 photo, an abandoned dog pokes his head out from un...
Venezuela pets go hungry as economic crisis deepens
Food shortages and rising poverty are forcing once-middle-class Venezuelans to do the unthinkable and let their pets starve, or abandon them in the streets
Hannah Coles, 9, in Gulfport, Florida, braves the rain from Hermine.
Hurricane Hermine hits Florida, weakens to tropical storm
The first hurricane to make landfall in Florida in 11 years caused one death and left tens of thousands without power. It weakened to a tropical storm but could strengthen as it moves up the East Coast.
Amendment 1 could end up making it much harder for people to install sol...
Solar tax breaks coming to Florida
On Tuesday, the state’s primary voters approved an amendment to make solar equipment cheaper.
Hurricane Hermine
Florida's hurricane luck is about to run out
A hurricane hasn’t battered the coastline since 2005. But forecasters say that streak will soon come to an end.
A constitutional amendment would cut taxes on businesses that install so...
Florida amendment could bring more solar to the Sunshine State
Florida is one of the worst states in the country for solar energy. Amendment 4, an August 30 ballot vote, could begin to change that.
Nalleli Cobo
Meet the young environmental activist in Los Angeles taking on oil companies
Hollywood actor Mark Ruffalo calls 15-year-old Nalleli Cobo a “superhero”
A lion sleeps at Caracas' Caricuao Zoo.
In Venezuelan zoos, shortages and inflation force animals on diets
Venezuela's food shortages also affect animals, and zoo workers have reported a number of animal deaths.
Out of breath: Exercising in one of the most polluted areas in the US
Latinos risk health exercising outdoors in south L.A.
Residents of the Wilmington area of South Los Angeles risk breathing in pollutants when they go outside, and children are especially vulnerable.
Key West authorities are considering experimenting with genetically modi...
Key West's controversial solution to Zika
The South Florida island is considering using genetically modified mosquitoes to control the disease.