Two weeks after the devastation of Hurricane Dorian, the situation in the Bahamas is just as desperate as ever. One America’s Pearson Sharp sat down with Doug Manchester, a San Diego developer, who has a charity that is organizing relief efforts on the island.
As Hurricane Dorian recovery efforts continue, another member of the is at the center of a lingering controversy.
The prime minister of the Bahamas said he plans to hold a “National Day of Mourning” for the victims of Hurricane Dorian.
The Carolinas are feeling the effects of Hurricane Dorian as it returns to a Category Two storm. Wind speeds are climbing as high as 110 mph.
Disaster response teams are springing into action as the nation continues to monitor Hurricane Dorian. One America’s Stephanie Myers spoke with an official from ‘Team Rubicon’ to discuss how they are helping affected residents in the wake of the storm.
President Trump is defending his decision to divert funds from FEMA to the southern border. One America’s Chanel Rion has more from the White House.
The United Nations is prioritizing the needs of the Bahamian population, while describing Hurricane Dorian as a “catastrophic” storm. UN officials expressed their concerns at a press briefing on the storm Tuesday.
The governors of Georgia and North Carolina are warning residents to flee the state ahead of hurricane Dorian. On Monday, the lawmakers from both states urged people, especially those living near the coast, to evacuate the area immediately due to the storm’s uncertain path and inevitable destruction.
President Trump says federal officials ‘working hard’ on emergency plans for Hurricane Dorian. President Trump said members of his administration are working on emergency preparedness, as Hurricane Dorian approaches the East Coast. On Twitter Saturday, the president said he has a very great team, which is hard at work.