In Irma's wake, a massive cleanup effort is complicated by fuel shortages and power outages

'There for you 100%,' Trump tells Floridians; elderly plight in spotlight after nursing home deaths

With widespread power outage still upending daily routine, Trump visits storm-hit Florida

A windy night among strangers — human, canine and otherwise — as Hurricane Irma blows through

It would be hard to imagine an odder assortment of bedfellows than those gathered in this sturdy hotel in Naples, its chief advantage being its availability as a refuge against Irma.

Hurricane Irma live updates: Images of devastation emerge from Florida Keys as storm batters Georgia and South Carolina

Tropical Storm Irma has unleashed some of Jacksonville’s worst floods in 100 years, inundated parts of coastal Georgia and produced heavy storm surges in Charleston, S.C. Here's the latest: Irma has been downgraded to a tropical storm, but dangers linger for communities in its path The storm took a parting swipe at north Florida this morning before it started battering Georgia and South Carolina More than 155,000 people in Florida are still in shelters; more than 6 million Floridians lack power Irma has devastated several Caribbean islands What happens when the sea rises up during a hurricane?

Fires, droughts and hurricanes: What's the link between climate change and natural disasters?

Hurricanes, wildfires and other natural disasters seem to be getting more severe. Here's how they may be linked with climate change.

Cruise lines cancel sailings, send ships to help Caribbean islands hit hard by Hurricane Irma

Royal Caribbean International, Carnival Cruises and Norwegian Cruise Line are among the cruise lines that have started humanitarian aid in the wake of Hurricane Irma.

When Hurricane Irma veered toward Naples, Fla., it was too late to evacuate

Hurricane Irma's turn westward on its path to Florida left Naples vulnerable. With only one highway out of town, officials urged residents to head to emergency shelters.

Hurricane versus earthquake: A reporter contemplates natural disasters

Our reporters was headed to Florida to cover Hurricane Irma when an earthquake struck Mexico where he is based

Miami under hurricane watch as ferocious Hurricane Irma bears down after killing 13 in Caribbean

On small, devastated Caribbean islands, "houses underwater, cars floating, people sitting in the dark."

Hurricane Irma called 'potentially catastrophic' as it bears down on the Caribbean and Florida

Less than two weeks after Hurricane Harvey devastated parts of Texas and Louisiana, another “potentially catastrophic” storm was bearing down on the Caribbean and could threaten Florida.