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Louisiana Braces for Category 4 Hurricane as Ida Makes Landfall: 'A Life-Threatening Situation'
With sustained winds as fast as 150 mph, Hurricane Ida touched down Sunday afternoon in Port Fourchon, Louisiana, resulting in power outages for more than 314,000 homes
Tornado Sweeps Through Alabama, Damaging Homes Near Birmingham: 'These People Are Devastated'
City of Pelham's communications manager Ainsley Allison said there's "extensive damage" to many of the homes in the area
California Firefighter Robbed While Battling Ongoing Wildfires: 'Absolutely Disgusting Behavior'
"Honestly it blows me away," said a spokesperson for the local sheriff's department of the incident
Factory Workers Making Protective Gear for Healthcare Professionals Head Home After 4 Weeks
Over 40 employees were living at the chemical company's facility in Pennsylvania for the past 28 days
From Empty Streets to Virtual Weddings: What Life Has Looked Like During the Coronavirus Pandemic
In 2020 it looked - and felt - like a whole different world as we kept social distancing and attempting to keep each other safe
Pediatricians Want Parents to Keep Children's Vaccination Appointments amid Coronavirus
"As pediatricians, our job is to keep eyes on the children, to make sure that they are healthy during this crisis," says Dr. Sara Goza
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LEGO Factory Switches to Producing 13,000 Visors a Day for Healthcare Workers amid Coronavirus
LEGO converted a number of molding machines at a plant after an employee wanted to help
Leftover Fabric from the AIDS Memorial Quilt Is Now Being Used to Make Coronavirus Masks
"During the AIDS crisis, I could go and do something," says chief coordinator Gert McMullin. "But now, I can't. I'm not used to sitting around and not helping people."