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Irma could be the strongest hurricane to hit southern Florida since Andrew in August 1992

Passengers arriving at JFK say they will be staying in NY until the storm passes

The category 5 storm has potentially catastrophic 185 mph winds

At Westchester County Airport, flyers with ties to Florida describe obstacles faced by residents

Irma had maximum sustained winds of 185 mph (295 kph) as it approached the Caribbean from the east

Those benefiting from the program are worried they’ll be deported

Mount Kisco Immigrant advocacy group on defensive following POTUS decision

What American soccer players will face to get there

Successfully conducts test of hydrogen bomb meant for intercontinental ballistic missile, Korean officials say

'As tough as this was, it's been a wonderful thing,' Trump says of the Harvey response

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