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Hurricane Irma

Former Presidents to Host Hurricane Relief Concert

Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush and Jimmy Carter will all attend the event, featuring performances from Alabama, Lyle Lovett and others.

Anderson Cooper’s Mother Asked for Instagram Help During Hurricane Irma

The CNN anchor also defended reporting on the storms from outside in dangerous conditions.

Sinclair-Tribune Merger Opponent Argues That Storm Coverage Will Suffer

The Coalition to Save Local Media pointed to past weather reporting cutbacks made by Sinclair.

Inside the Star-Studded ‘Hand In Hand’ Hurricane Relief Telethon

Leonardo DiCaprio, Jamie Foxx, Jason Alexander, Steve Buscemi, Nicole Kidman, Tom Hanks and more participated in Tuesday's hurricane relief benefit organized by Scooter Braun and Houston rapper Bun…

Watch ‘Hand in Hand’ Hurricane Relief Telethon

Oprah Winfrey, Beyonce, George Clooney, Barbra Streisand, Tom Hanks, Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington appeared on the broadcast, which aired live across multiple networks Tuesday evening.

Justin Timberlake, Leonardo DiCaprio and More Join ‘Hand in Hand’ Hurricane Telethon Lineup

The event organized by Scooter Braun and Houston rapper Bun B will feature artists appearing in New York, Los Angeles and Nashville.

Scooter Braun Talks All-Star Hurricane Benefit: “It Makes Me Proud to Be in This Business”

"You can only do as much as you can, but when you can you should," he said of Tuesday night's hurricane relief telethon.

Hurricane Irma: TV Reporters Continue Live Coverage as Their Safety Is In Question

TV news organizations continue with live reporters from Florida as some viewers question their safety and others complain about the interruptions to NFL coverage.

Hurricane Irma: Moviegoing Comes to a Standstill in Florida

The majority of theaters are closed across the state.

Hurricane Irma: Paramore, Steve Earle, Tove Lo Cancel Concerts

Concert venues in South Florida are taking preparations ahead of the powerful storm.

Disney, Universal, SeaWorld Theme Parks Brace for Hurricane Irma

Irma is expected to remain a Category 4 storm when it hits someplace south of Miami on Sunday, with winds of up to 150 mph.