More than 20,000 people are now known to have been killed in the earthquake that hit Turkey and Syria, making it one of the deadliest disasters in a decade.
Two storm-related fatalities have been reported since Wednesday, including a 19-year-old woman and a toddler.
Causes of the storm-related deaths included exposure, heart attacks, and car crashes.
Nearly 600,000 people in Florida are without power as of Monday afternoon.
After a decade of hoaxes, a shark has been spotted in the streets of Fort Myers, Florida, during Hurricane Ian.
Hurricane Ian tore through parts of Florida, yielding historic levels of damage.
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Ian was downgraded to a tropical storm as it travels north but is expected to regain hurricane intensity as it makes landfall in South Carolina.
Sustained winds have been recorded near 150 mph, just short of the Category 5 threshold.
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“You kind of feel helpless — it’s really just honestly a knot-twisting, indescribable feeling. You just have to sit there and wait.”
"It's not going to be a minor thing in Florida. We don't want to overhype it, but at the same time, it is going to be a very intense system."
The ongoing drought and a heatwave this week have put much of California at risk for fires.
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"Pakistan is living through a serious climate catastrophe, one of the hardest in the decade."
The children, ages 8, 6, 4, and 2, were killed after being swept away from their parents' grip in the deadly floods that devastated Kentucky.
Days after a magnitude 7.2 tremor killed more than 1,400 people, bodies still lie in the streets as officials grapple with the chaos and poor weather.
“We’re running out of adjectives trying to describe these extreme events,” a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration official said.
Mark Zuckerberg is just one of many Silicon Valley CEOs whose offers to help with disaster relief have also been opportunities to showcase their tech products.
“You can't just throw money at a problem.”