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There Was a Plan to Save This City From Flooding. But When the Rains Came, So Did Hesitance.

The Army Corps of Engineers’ delay in activating a floodway — land designated to take on water — cost millions of dollars in damage to Cairo, Illinois, and surrounding communities in 2011.

Demonstrators at the Families Belong Together rally protest the plight of migrant children separated from their families at the border in Chicago in June.

Here’s What Happened to the 99 Immigrant Children Separated From Their Parents and Sent to Chicago

Confidential records reveal details about struggles to find parents and traumatic experiences during the Trump administration’s zero-tolerance crackdown.

Moving The Office Snacks (Or Water Cooler) Can Have A Surprising Pay Off

Location, location, location, as the real estate agents say.

A telescope pointed at the skies above Senegal to capture the stellar occultation.

Why NASA Chose Senegal To Find Out More About An Asteroid In Outerspace

Senegal has made great strides in astronomy and planetary sciences in recent years.

High winds and storm surge from Hurricane Florence hit Swansboro, N.C., Friday.

OPM Reminds Agencies of Flexibilities for Feds Impacted by Florence

Agencies can issue leave, offer payments and apply for emergency leave transfer programs.

Reporters question FEMA Administrator Brock Long (center) during a briefing on Hurricane Florence Tuesday.

Amid Active Hurricane, FEMA Chief Learns His Travel Is Under Investigation

Brock Long’s personal trips to North Carolina using government vehicles drew fire from DHS secretary.

The view from Frying Pan Tower is quite a bit closer.

Watch Hurricane Florence Hit An Old Coast Guard Station In The Middle Of The Ocean

A webcam on what has been called the world's most dangerous hotel is live streaming Hurricane Florence's approach.