The fall out of Hurricane Irma is being felt on Capitol Hill on Monday.
As Hurricane Irma lashes the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico, farther north, states of emergency have been declared in Florida and South Carolina, where residents are bracing for the monster storm.
President Donald Trump, who spent the weekend monitoring Hurricane Irma from Camp David with members of his cabinet, called the Category 2 storm “some big monster” Sunday.
It seems the atmospheric pressure from Hurricane Irma created some circumstances that are impossible to stop.
Hurricane Irma made landfall in the Florida Keys this morning as powerful winds and rain pummeled the state, leaving at least three people dead and over 1 million households and businesses without power.
Hurricane Irma pummeled southwest Florida Sunday, ripping roofs off of houses and flooding streets.
A Chester company has made it easier for those wanting to help out people affected by Hurricane Irma.
A New Haven woman is lucky to be alive.
Hurricane Irma lashed the Caribbean today, causing at least three deaths, while in the U.S., Florida, Georgia and South Carolina are facing states of emergency as residents brace for the monster storm.
Hurricane Irma has strengthened to a Category 4 storm today and the National Hurricane Center said there is an “increasing chance” that Florida and the Florida Keys will see “some impacts from” Irma, though it’s still too early to determine what direct effects it may have.