The president tweets: "this isn't about the Wall," but about Democrats denying him "a win."
Food and water are delivered to Wilmington, a city of 120,000 mostly cut off from the rest of North Carolina by still-rising floodwaters, as helicopter and boat crews pull people from swamped homes.
The storm is pummeling coastal towns where sea levels are rising and where homeowners have been repeatedly bailed out by federal flood insurance.
As Florence barrels toward the Carolinas, Oregon Sen. Jeff Merkley releases documents revealing the Trump administration's transfer of funds.
Assuring the country that Americans' safety is his top priority, the president calls the government's actions in Puerto Rico, where 2,975 people died in last year's storm, "incredibly successful."
The fatalities bring the death toll to five since the massive blaze, which has displaced at least 37,000 people, started burning Monday about 100 miles south of the Oregon border.
The New York City event points up the continuing struggle on the island, where many are still without electricity and thousands must seek more federal aid.
Author Naomi Klein teams up with other journalists, Puerto Rican organizational leaders and other activists to maintain focus on the embattled island.
The TBS show "Full Frontal" covers everything from vulture capitalists to renewable energy and FEMA's failures in the aftermath of Hurricanes Irma and Maria.
In the wake of Hurricane Maria, Gov. Ricardo Rosselló has wasted no time using his territory’s recovery as an opportunity to push policy proposals that are right out of the “disaster capitalism” playbook.