Trump sidesteps climate on tour of Michael's damage
President Trump yesterday toured the destroyed northwest Florida coast, where he expressed anguish and disbelief at the destruction wrought by Hurricane Michael only hours after denying that climate change has a role in accelerating tropical storms.
Buildings that survived Michael hold key to adaptation
Tourism authorities call Mexico Beach, Fla., "the Unforgettable Coast." That's even more true now after haunting images show the seaside town turned to splinters by Hurricane Michael.
10 counties struck by Michael had 'weak' evacuation plans
Roughly 375,000 Floridians were advised to evacuate the Gulf Coast before Hurricane Michael made landfall Wednesday afternoon. But some of the state's most at-risk residents may not have had the tools to get out.
Trump asked about hurricanes, and scientists chime in
President Trump asked a lot of questions about hurricanes yesterday. He didn't mention climate change, but he might as well have. His inquiries about the strength, intensification and rain related to Hurricane Michael might have connections to rising temperatures.
More than 84K homes at risk as storm nears Fla.
Hurricane Michael is expected to make landfall later today in one of Florida's least populated corners, a rural expanse of the Panhandle known more for pine forests and oyster beds than oceanfront towers.