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Conservation groups are hailing the victories as a rebuke of the Trump administration's policies. [Read More]
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Thousands of residents in Paradise, California, have been forced to evacuate. [Read More]
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House Democrats will soon have subpoena power. And the scandal-plagued interior secretary is sure to have a target on his back. [Read More]
Breached swine lagoons. Overflowing coal waste ponds. Sewage in the streets. The hellish aftermath of climate-fueled Hurricane Florence. [Read More]
Now, entire neighborhoods in Lumberton are under water for the second time in as many years. [Read More]
Days after landfall, the remnant storm continues to pummel flood-scarred communities in North Carolina. [Read More]
The black-and-white female pit bull was found drenched and alone on a porch in South Lumberton, North Carolina, on Sunday. [Read More]
The city of Lumberton is underwater for the second time in as many years. [Read More]
She was all alone on a porch in flooded South Lumberton, North Carolina — until two brave animal lovers found her. [Read More]
A Robeson county official confirmed a temporary berm in Lumberton has been damaged and urged residents to "get out now." [Read More]
The worst flooding "is yet to come" for parts of the Carolinas, the National Weather Service said Saturday night. [Read More]
Five people have died in a storm that could drop 18 trillion gallons of water on the region. [Read More]
Hurricane Florence my cause devastating inland flooding in places like Fair Bluff and nearby Lumberton. [Read More]
"We are not first responders anymore. We are extended responders." [Read More]
The storm could deliver a Harvey-like blast of rain and flooding to the East Coast. [Read More]
The chief scientist on the expedition said it was like nothing he'd seen before. [Read More]
"I know we're going to find something that no one's ever seen before," said the expedition's chief scientist. [Read More]
An Interior Department official claims Secretary Ryan Zinke "did not see the proposal before it went out and was not happy about it." [Read More]
An Interior Department official claims Secretary Ryan Zinke "did not see the proposal before it went out and was not happy about it." [Read More]
Ryan Zinke, after saying California blazes have "nothing to do with climate change," says "of course" it's a factor. [Read More]
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