While it may not make landfall in the U.S., the storm is expected to bring bring powerful winds, heavy rain and storm surges.
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Coulter on Sunday weighed in on a Twitter discussion about gun control in the wake of Texas' second mass shooting during August.
"My son almost died. I want a better life, but I won't try again," says Carmen Martinez, who tried to flee with her son to the U.S. from San Pedro Sula, Honduras.
"The problem is not the absence of laws. It's an absence of morality," former police officer Tony Perkins said.
Starting today, sending unwanted explicit images could cost violators up to $500.
FEMA Deputy Administrator Daniel Kaniewski told Newsweek that residents from Florida to the Carolinas should be reviewing their finances and evacuation routes, refueling their cars and monitoring local news.
"These people are here for you. You're amazing," Osaka told Gauff before their viral post match joint interview.
Texas Republican congressman Matt Schaefer railed against Americans calling for lawmakers to "do something" about mass shootings, arguing via Twitter Saturday that God and prayer are more effective than gun control regulations.
On Saturday, the 'All In' host tweeted, "It is *deeply* revealing that the entire conservative movement gets #triggered if you say the simple truth about the electoral college."
An impassioned Beto O'Rourke told CNN's Dana Bash Sunday the epidemic of U.S. gun violence is "f***ed up" just one day after the second mass shooting in less than a month in his home state of Texas.
Gun owners in the state of Texas can now legally bring firearms into churches, synagogues and schools after a loosening of restrictions passed by legislators earlier this year.
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Schools and most businesses in the United States will be closed on Monday, September 2 for the public holiday.
On Sunday, sweeping new changes on gun laws take effect in the Lone Star State — making it easier to carry guns in public places, including schools and churches.
U.S. Army Sergeant First Class Dustin B. Ard, 31, of Idaho Falls, Idaho, died Thursday from wounds he sustained during combat operations in Zabul, a southern Afghan province bordering Kandahar.
"This is not your government saying we're out of harm's way," said Public Safety Director Matt Wallace in a written statement. "This is still a killer storm. We want our residents to remain vigilant, to protect your family and loved ones and to make smart decisions."
"The track can still shift, either closer to Florida or farther away and small fluctuations can be significant," Sarah Gorman, a representative of The Weather Company, told Newsweek.
"I really think she had a bad night," the president told reporters.
Applause swept through the crowd, which had begun to gather at 4 a.m. in order to secure entry to the event.