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Stalled federal storm relief hurts communities of southwest Georgia

by Emma Hurt May 13, 2019
An impasse in Congress has life difficult for farmers and businesses serving them.
Seminole County, Georgia, Nov. 2018.
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How do hurricanes affect the jobs picture?

by Andy Uhler Nov 2, 2018
The number of people without jobs in the United States is expected to remain largely unchanged when the Labor Department reports the official unemployment rate Friday. One thing that could affect those numbers: a pair of hurricanes, Florence and Michael,…
 In this NOAA satellite handout image, shows Hurricane Florence it just makes landfall off the coast of the U.S. in the Atlantic Ocean on Sept.13, 2018. 
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Duke Energy CEO on the future of energy

by Kai Ryssdal Oct 9, 2018
The company's big challenge is keeping pace with technology.
Lynn Good, president and CEO of Duke Energy, speaks at the KPMG Women's Leadership Summit in 2015 in Harrison, New York.
Scott Halleran/Getty Images for KPMG

Tariffs on imported materials could push up post-disaster costs

by Justin Ho Sep 13, 2018
Hurricane Florence, currently tearing along the Southeast coast of the U.S. could bring wind gusts of 80 mph. The governor of North Carolina said that “tens of thousands of structures are expected to be flooded.” The post-storm costs could be…
Waves created by Hurricane Florence are seen along Cherry Grove Fishing Pier on September 14, 2018 in North Myrtle Beach, United States. 
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In Houston, small business revenue was back on track a week after Harvey

by Marketplace Contributor Oct 4, 2017
While rebuilding will take time, many small businesses have rebounded quickly.
Anastasia Gentles, co-founder of  NightLight, stands before the storefront of  the north Houston branch, which was flooded. She says she still has to turn customers away all the time. 
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A blizzard in 1888 created the modern mayor

by Kai Ryssdal Jan 22, 2016
The role of mayors drastically changed after a storm in 1888

Preparing your home for El Niño

by Andy Uhler Jan 4, 2016
The latest iteration of El Niño is the strongest in history.

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The most powerful hurricanes aren't always that costly

by Janet Nguyen and Tony Wagner Oct 23, 2015
Patricia is bearing down on Mexico, but its economic impact will likely be minimal.
The Weak Link: The state of infrastructure

When the power grid fails

by Scott Tong Jun 18, 2015
Three storms in Connecticut knocked out some residents' power for more than a week

Boston's massive snowfall brings in business

by Kai Ryssdal Feb 11, 2015
This winter is one of the snowiest ever. and some are cashing in.