Producer Huw Codrey joins The Cycle to discuss his new Discovery series “North America” that captures the beauty of the North American continent, and the wildlife’s struggle to survive on some of the toughest terrain imaginable.
A stabilization project is underway to make repairs to the Folly Beach park that was severely damaged during Hurricane Irene in 2011. Full story
JAY, New York (Reuters) - Rebecca Hoskins poked through the debris in her flood-wrecked house: a TV here, a light fixture there. Someone had been in and taken down the curtains. She blinked back a tear. It was a crisp early spring day and her first visit in year-and-a half to what had been her home Full story
Victims of major storms over the past two years — Superstorm Sandy and hurricanes Irene and Lee — will soon start seeing government checks to help reopen homes and businesses in what state and federal officials described Friday as a speedy process. Full story
Tina Fey brings back Sarah Palin, a conservative radio host is bringing back the Obama/Satan comparison, and Michele Bachmann has brought back the fight to repeal Obamacare—again.
“I’m blown away at the support that my families have given me,” said preschool teacher Melanie Hamilton, whose home was destroyed after Hurricane Irene, and then again after Sandy. When her community learned of her need, they sent clothes, furniture, gift cards and homemade soup. TODAY’s Erica Hill
Dateline NBC's Lester Holt reports from the seaside community of Breezy Point, in Queens, New York, where its local residents recall dramatic stories of withstanding the destruction of Sandy and battling the blaze of a resulting fire. Their personal stories are rooted in their Irish-Catholic faith a
As Sandy’s flood waters recede and the relief efforts get underway, residents of Breezy Point and Rockaway, Queens, having suffered deep losses in 9/11 and a 2001 plane crash, are beginning to pick up the pieces yet again. NBC’s Matt Lauer reports.
NBC’s Stephanie Gosk reports from Old Saybrook, Conn., where residents are in a state of shock after having just recently repaired the destruction levied by Hurricane Irene.
The road is washed out on the north end of route 12 on Hatteras Island, N.C., on Aug. 28, 2011. Hurricane Irene swept through the area in 2011 cutting the roadway in five locations.
Rising water laps over the sea wall at Battery Park in New York on Aug. 28, 2011, as Hurricane Irene bore down on the city.