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Hurricanes like Earl throw birds off course

Hurricane Earl picked up and threw a lot of exotic seabirds far from their normal habitats — and New England and Canadian birders have been out spotting them.Full story

As a Hurricane, Earl Looked Like 'Magnificent Chaos' From Space

The former Hurricane Earl put on a striking weather display for astronauts on the International Space Station, impressing the crew with its strength even as it weakened to a tropical storm. Full story

Live: Cape Cod dodges bullet from Earl

  The Weather Channel's Paul Goodloe reports from Chatham, Massachusetts where Hurricane Earl moved through overnight.

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Labor Day travelers contend with Hurricane Earl

Earl sparks port cancellations, itinerary changes

Thanks to high-tech, storm track easier to predict

Cruise ships alter itineraries as Earl strengthens

Hurricane hunters fly into Earl

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  Hurricane Earl sideswipes Northeast

The once-powerful Hurricane Earl lost some of its energy as it moved up the East Coast, staying just off-shore enough to be noticed, without causing the level of damage some feared. NBC’s Dawn Franzen reports from Chatham, Mass. The Weather Channel’s Mike Seidel reports from the eastern-most tip of

  Sept. 3: Nightly News Friday broadcast

HURRICANE EARL, Peter Alexander; WEATHER, Bryan Norcross; EARTHQUAKE, Mark Quigley, Candace Egan; ECONOMY, Kristen Welker; BP CLAIMS, Brian Williams; BREWER, Kelly O'Donnell; OBAMA KIDS, Norah O'Donnell; HAWKING, PANDAS, Brian Williams; CELL PHONES, Brian Williams; MALE DRIVERS, Brian Williams; MAKI

  Holiday Travel

Hurricane Earl is playing havoc with what is expected to be a huge day for holiday travel, reports CNBC's Mary Thompson.

  Earl is Not Done Yet

A look at where Hurricane Earl is headed and how much trouble it is causing for Labor Day weekend getaway plans, with The Weather Channel's Julie Martin and CNBC's Mary Thompson.

  Earl a Category One Storm

Hurricane Earl is now a category one storm as it makes it move up north, reports NBC's Mike Taibbi.

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Northeastern U.S. Prepares For Approach Of Hurricane Earl
Northeastern U.S. Prepares For Approach Of Hurricane Earl

A surfer rides a large wave in the water off of the Montauk lighthouse in Montauk, N.Y., last September.

Traffic backs up on the Bonner Bridge near Nags Head, N.C., Saturday, Sept. 4, 2010, as people return to Hatteras Island following mandatory evacuations of the barrier island for Hurricane Earl.

Hurricane Earl
Hurricane Earl

Waves from hurricane Earl pound the coast at Peggys Cove, Nova Scotia, Saturday, Sept. 4, 2010. Police closed roads leading to the iconic lighthouse as a safety precaution, keeping the curious away from the dangerous rocks. Heavy rain, high winds and surf battered the region. (AP Photo/The Canadian