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After ​making landfall in the Florida Keys Sunday morning, Hurricane Irma​ moved westward to the Gulf Coast. Here's what you need to know. Photo: AP
After ​making landfall in the Florida Keys Sunday morning, Hurricane Irma​ moved westward to the Gulf Coast. Here's what you need to know. Photo: AP
Hurricane Irma weakened to a Category 2 storm after making landfall in Florida twice and delivering destructive winds, torrential rains and life-threatening storm surge as it moved up the state’s Gulf Coast. 72934 minutes ago

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Hurricane Irma Makes First Landfall in Caribbean ‘Potentially catastrophic’ Category 5 storm is one of the strongest ever recorded in Atlantic Hurricane Irma: What You Need To Know As Hurricane Irma approaches the U.S., here's what you need to know about one of the strongest storms to hit the Atlantic Ocean. Photo: NOAA By Jon Kamp and Scott Calvert Updated Sept. 6, 2017 4:28 p.m. ET 103 COMMENTS Hurricane Irma walloped several islands in the northeast Caribbean early Wednesday after growing into one of the most powerful storms ever recorded over the Atlantic Ocean, and as officials in Florida pressed residents to follow calls for evacuations. The “potentially catastrophic” storm packed maximum-sustained winds of 185 miles an hour, making it a Category 5 hurricane and one of the five strongest ever recorded in the Atlantic, according to the National Hurricane Center’s latest forecast. The center said it was still too soon to forecast the timing and magnitude of a potential Florida hit. “The chance of direct impacts from Irma beginning later this week and this weekend from wind, storm surge, and rainfall continues to increase in the Florida Keys and portions of the Florida Peninsula,” the center said. Video From St. Martin Video recorded on Sept. 6 shows Hurricane Irma’s strong winds ripping through Maho Beach on the island of St Martin in the Caribbean. Florida Gov. Rick Scott called the storm “extremely dangerous and deadly” and warned that Irma could hit the state even harder than Andrew, a Category 5 hurricane that slammed into South Florida in 1992. “This storm has the potential to devastate our state, and you have to take this very seriously,” he said Wednesday. Authorities also advised there could be a storm impact in Georgia and South Carolina. The storm’s center made landfall over the island of Barbuda early Wednesday, the hurricane center said, and passed over St. Martin, where video posted online showed submerged cars and flooded buildings. The storm was recently about 65 miles from St. Thomas, in the U.S. Virgin Islands, and 140 miles from Puerto Rico. Communication with Barbuda was impossible in the immediate wake of the storm. “All that we heard earlier is that people lost some roofs and that sort of thing,” said Claudette Thomas, 56 years old, general manager of the Barbuda Belle Luxury Beach Hotel. Speaking by phone from Antigua, which is a 15-minute flight or 90-minute ferry ride away, Ms. Thomas said that island was “perfect. We didn’t even get any amount of rain.” Gaston Browne, prime minister of Antigua and Barbuda, which make up an independent commonwealth, said on Facebook that Antigua suffered no fatalities and that damage on the island was light. According to a tweet from French authorities in the island region of Guadeloupe, the St. Martin administrative offices had been partially destroyed and the local prefect and 23 other people are taking refuge in a concrete reinforced room. On the island of St. Barthélemy, the firehouse was under 3 feet of water, with the firefighters taking refuge on the floor above. Both islands have lost power. Hurricane Irma approaching the U.S. Hurricane Irma approaching the U.S. Photo: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration New hurricane warnings extended to the northern coast of Haiti as Irma’s forecast track called for a dangerously close approach near Puerto Rico and the island of Hispaniola, which includes Haiti and the Dominican Republic. Civil defense officials in the Dominican Republic said Irma was on track to pass overnight Wednesday some 30 to 60 miles to the north. There have been some evacuations, the officials said in a news conference, but no evacuees have gone to the island’s several thousand shelters. President Donald Trump late Tuesday approved emergency declarations for Florida, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands, moves that can hasten preparations and federal assistance. “It looks like it could be something that will be not good. Believe me, not good,” he said Wednesday at the White House. Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló on Twitter Wednesday urged residents to evaluate their situation and go to shelters if necessary. Already, 700 people had gone to shelters, he said. “There is no reason for being in the street,” he said in a tweet. Gov. Scott asked Florida’s roughly 20 million residents to stock up on supplies and urged residents to make evacuation plans. He said the state is working to make it easier for heavy trucks to travel the highways and keep provisions stocked, citing fuel shortages in the Florida Keys and empty supermarket shelves. He also activated 1,000 national-guard members in the state and directed the remaining 6,000 guard members in the state to report for duty Friday morning. Monroe County, which includes the Florida Keys, issued a mandatory evacuation starting 7 a.m. ET Wednesday for all visitors and tourists, and 7 p.m. ET for all residents. Schools there closed starting Wednesday, and local hospitals started making plans to evacuate patients. In Key West, staff at the 142-room Pier House Resort & Spa hurried Wednesday morning to get remaining guests to the local airport before most flights out ended around 1 p.m., said front-desk supervisor Robert Ryker. About 10 rooms were still occupied by late morning. “The overall feeling is we’re calm right now. It’s a couple days out still,” he said. “Of course tourists are a little stressed out because flights and everything have been messed up.” Workers were making plans to leave after shutting down the hotel. Mr. Ryker said he would drive overnight to Jacksonville, betting that traffic on U.S. 1—the only road to mainland Florida—would ease at that hour. Carlos Gimenez, mayor of Miami-Dade County, said the county would begin evacuating special-needs residents Wednesday and may issue a broader evacuation order. County offices and schools were closed there on Thursday and Friday. The City of Miami warned that the 20 to 25 tower construction cranes dotting the city’s skyline aren’t designed to withstand winds above 145 miles an hour, but take too long to dismantle. Maurice Pons, deputy director in the city’s building department, advised against staying in a building next to construction cranes in a storm like Irma, the city said. Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine made a personal appeal Tuesday for residents and tourists to leave the island as soon as they could, in advance of what he expects would be a mandatory evacuation order from the county. The mayor said there are few roadways on and off the island, and he wanted to minimize congestion. Men cover the windows of a car parts store in preparation for Hurricane Irma in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Men cover the windows of a car parts store in preparation for Hurricane Irma in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Photo: alvin baez/Reuters The threatening storm caused cruise lines to cancel and divert sailings in the popular Caribbean. Airlines on Tuesday were canceling flights in the region and offering waivers to passengers in Florida. Irma is forecast to dump up to a foot of rain in the northern Leeward Islands, with isolated instances of 20 inches. Rainfall of 4 inches to 10 inches is expected in northeast Puerto Rico and the British and U.S. Virgin Islands. The rainfall could trigger life-threatening flash floods and mudslides, the NHC warned. The Turks and Caicos Islands and southeastern Bahamas could see storm surges of 15 to 20 feet, as well as large, destructive waves, forecasters said. While Irma churns toward population centers, forecasters are also monitoring Tropical Storm Jose, a newly formed storm in the more distant Atlantic. It is expected to become a hurricane on Wednesday, the hurricane center said.

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Hurricane Irma Makes First Landfall in Caribbean ‘Potentially catastrophic’ Category 5 storm is one of the strongest ever recorded in Atlantic Hurricane Irma: What You Need To Know As Hurricane Irma approaches the U.S., here's what you need to know about one of the strongest storms to hit the Atlantic Ocean. Photo: NOAA By Jon Kamp and Scott Calvert Updated Sept. 6, 2017 4:28 p.m. ET 103 COMMENTS Hurricane Irma walloped several islands in the northeast Caribbean early Wednesday after growing into one of the most powerful storms ever recorded over the Atlantic Ocean, and as officials in Florida pressed residents to follow calls for evacuations. The “potentially catastrophic” storm packed maximum-sustained winds of 185 miles an hour, making it a Category 5 hurricane and one of the five strongest ever recorded in the Atlantic, according to the National Hurricane Center’s latest forecast. The center said it was still too soon to forecast the timing and magnitude of a potential Florida hit. “The chance of direct impacts from Irma beginning later this week and this weekend from wind, storm surge, and rainfall continues to increase in the Florida Keys and portions of the Florida Peninsula,” the center said. Video From St. Martin Video recorded on Sept. 6 shows Hurricane Irma’s strong winds ripping through Maho Beach on the island of St Martin in the Caribbean. Florida Gov. Rick Scott called the storm “extremely dangerous and deadly” and warned that Irma could hit the state even harder than Andrew, a Category 5 hurricane that slammed into South Florida in 1992. “This storm has the potential to devastate our state, and you have to take this very seriously,” he said Wednesday. Authorities also advised there could be a storm impact in Georgia and South Carolina. The storm’s center made landfall over the island of Barbuda early Wednesday, the hurricane center said, and passed over St. Martin, where video posted online showed submerged cars and flooded buildings. The storm was recently about 65 miles from St. Thomas, in the U.S. Virgin Islands, and 140 miles from Puerto Rico. Communication with Barbuda was impossible in the immediate wake of the storm. “All that we heard earlier is that people lost some roofs and that sort of thing,” said Claudette Thomas, 56 years old, general manager of the Barbuda Belle Luxury Beach Hotel. Speaking by phone from Antigua, which is a 15-minute flight or 90-minute ferry ride away, Ms. Thomas said that island was “perfect. We didn’t even get any amount of rain.” Gaston Browne, prime minister of Antigua and Barbuda, which make up an independent commonwealth, said on Facebook that Antigua suffered no fatalities and that damage on the island was light. According to a tweet from French authorities in the island region of Guadeloupe, the St. Martin administrative offices had been partially destroyed and the local prefect and 23 other people are taking refuge in a concrete reinforced room. On the island of St. Barthélemy, the firehouse was under 3 feet of water, with the firefighters taking refuge on the floor above. Both islands have lost power. Hurricane Irma approaching the U.S. Hurricane Irma approaching the U.S. Photo: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration New hurricane warnings extended to the northern coast of Haiti as Irma’s forecast track called for a dangerously close approach near Puerto Rico and the island of Hispaniola, which includes Haiti and the Dominican Republic. Civil defense officials in the Dominican Republic said Irma was on track to pass overnight Wednesday some 30 to 60 miles to the north. There have been some evacuations, the officials said in a news conference, but no evacuees have gone to the island’s several thousand shelters. President Donald Trump late Tuesday approved emergency declarations for Florida, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands, moves that can hasten preparations and federal assistance. “It looks like it could be something that will be not good. Believe me, not good,” he said Wednesday at the White House. Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló on Twitter Wednesday urged residents to evaluate their situation and go to shelters if necessary. Already, 700 people had gone to shelters, he said. “There is no reason for being in the street,” he said in a tweet. Gov. Scott asked Florida’s roughly 20 million residents to stock up on supplies and urged residents to make evacuation plans. He said the state is working to make it easier for heavy trucks to travel the highways and keep provisions stocked, citing fuel shortages in the Florida Keys and empty supermarket shelves. He also activated 1,000 national-guard members in the state and directed the remaining 6,000 guard members in the state to report for duty Friday morning. Monroe County, which includes the Florida Keys, issued a mandatory evacuation starting 7 a.m. ET Wednesday for all visitors and tourists, and 7 p.m. ET for all residents. Schools there closed starting Wednesday, and local hospitals started making plans to evacuate patients. In Key West, staff at the 142-room Pier House Resort & Spa hurried Wednesday morning to get remaining guests to the local airport before most flights out ended around 1 p.m., said front-desk supervisor Robert Ryker. About 10 rooms were still occupied by late morning. “The overall feeling is we’re calm right now. It’s a couple days out still,” he said. “Of course tourists are a little stressed out because flights and everything have been messed up.” Workers were making plans to leave after shutting down the hotel. Mr. Ryker said he would drive overnight to Jacksonville, betting that traffic on U.S. 1—the only road to mainland Florida—would ease at that hour. Carlos Gimenez, mayor of Miami-Dade County, said the county would begin evacuating special-needs residents Wednesday and may issue a broader evacuation order. County offices and schools were closed there on Thursday and Friday. The City of Miami warned that the 20 to 25 tower construction cranes dotting the city’s skyline aren’t designed to withstand winds above 145 miles an hour, but take too long to dismantle. Maurice Pons, deputy director in the city’s building department, advised against staying in a building next to construction cranes in a storm like Irma, the city said. Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine made a personal appeal Tuesday for residents and tourists to leave the island as soon as they could, in advance of what he expects would be a mandatory evacuation order from the county. The mayor said there are few roadways on and off the island, and he wanted to minimize congestion. Men cover the windows of a car parts store in preparation for Hurricane Irma in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Men cover the windows of a car parts store in preparation for Hurricane Irma in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Photo: alvin baez/Reuters The threatening storm caused cruise lines to cancel and divert sailings in the popular Caribbean. Airlines on Tuesday were canceling flights in the region and offering waivers to passengers in Florida. Irma is forecast to dump up to a foot of rain in the northern Leeward Islands, with isolated instances of 20 inches. Rainfall of 4 inches to 10 inches is expected in northeast Puerto Rico and the British and U.S. Virgin Islands. 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Hurricane Irma Makes First Landfall in Caribbean ‘Potentially catastrophic’ Category 5 storm is one of the strongest ever recorded in Atlantic Hurricane Irma: What You Need To Know As Hurricane Irma approaches the U.S., here's what you need to know about one of the strongest storms to hit the Atlantic Ocean. Photo: NOAA By Jon Kamp and Scott Calvert Updated Sept. 6, 2017 4:28 p.m. ET 103 COMMENTS Hurricane Irma walloped several islands in the northeast Caribbean early Wednesday after growing into one of the most powerful storms ever recorded over the Atlantic Ocean, and as officials in Florida pressed residents to follow calls for evacuations. The “potentially catastrophic” storm packed maximum-sustained winds of 185 miles an hour, making it a Category 5 hurricane and one of the five strongest ever recorded in the Atlantic, according to the National Hurricane Center’s latest forecast. The center said it was still too soon to forecast the timing and magnitude of a potential Florida hit. “The chance of direct impacts from Irma beginning later this week and this weekend from wind, storm surge, and rainfall continues to increase in the Florida Keys and portions of the Florida Peninsula,” the center said. Video From St. Martin Video recorded on Sept. 6 shows Hurricane Irma’s strong winds ripping through Maho Beach on the island of St Martin in the Caribbean. Florida Gov. Rick Scott called the storm “extremely dangerous and deadly” and warned that Irma could hit the state even harder than Andrew, a Category 5 hurricane that slammed into South Florida in 1992. “This storm has the potential to devastate our state, and you have to take this very seriously,” he said Wednesday. Authorities also advised there could be a storm impact in Georgia and South Carolina. The storm’s center made landfall over the island of Barbuda early Wednesday, the hurricane center said, and passed over St. Martin, where video posted online showed submerged cars and flooded buildings. The storm was recently about 65 miles from St. Thomas, in the U.S. Virgin Islands, and 140 miles from Puerto Rico. Communication with Barbuda was impossible in the immediate wake of the storm. “All that we heard earlier is that people lost some roofs and that sort of thing,” said Claudette Thomas, 56 years old, general manager of the Barbuda Belle Luxury Beach Hotel. Speaking by phone from Antigua, which is a 15-minute flight or 90-minute ferry ride away, Ms. Thomas said that island was “perfect. We didn’t even get any amount of rain.” Gaston Browne, prime minister of Antigua and Barbuda, which make up an independent commonwealth, said on Facebook that Antigua suffered no fatalities and that damage on the island was light. According to a tweet from French authorities in the island region of Guadeloupe, the St. Martin administrative offices had been partially destroyed and the local prefect and 23 other people are taking refuge in a concrete reinforced room. On the island of St. Barthélemy, the firehouse was under 3 feet of water, with the firefighters taking refuge on the floor above. Both islands have lost power. Hurricane Irma approaching the U.S. Hurricane Irma approaching the U.S. Photo: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration New hurricane warnings extended to the northern coast of Haiti as Irma’s forecast track called for a dangerously close approach near Puerto Rico and the island of Hispaniola, which includes Haiti and the Dominican Republic. Civil defense officials in the Dominican Republic said Irma was on track to pass overnight Wednesday some 30 to 60 miles to the north. There have been some evacuations, the officials said in a news conference, but no evacuees have gone to the island’s several thousand shelters. President Donald Trump late Tuesday approved emergency declarations for Florida, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands, moves that can hasten preparations and federal assistance. “It looks like it could be something that will be not good. Believe me, not good,” he said Wednesday at the White House. Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló on Twitter Wednesday urged residents to evaluate their situation and go to shelters if necessary. Already, 700 people had gone to shelters, he said. “There is no reason for being in the street,” he said in a tweet. Gov. Scott asked Florida’s roughly 20 million residents to stock up on supplies and urged residents to make evacuation plans. He said the state is working to make it easier for heavy trucks to travel the highways and keep provisions stocked, citing fuel shortages in the Florida Keys and empty supermarket shelves. He also activated 1,000 national-guard members in the state and directed the remaining 6,000 guard members in the state to report for duty Friday morning. Monroe County, which includes the Florida Keys, issued a mandatory evacuation starting 7 a.m. ET Wednesday for all visitors and tourists, and 7 p.m. ET for all residents. Schools there closed starting Wednesday, and local hospitals started making plans to evacuate patients. In Key West, staff at the 142-room Pier House Resort & Spa hurried Wednesday morning to get remaining guests to the local airport before most flights out ended around 1 p.m., said front-desk supervisor Robert Ryker. About 10 rooms were still occupied by late morning. “The overall feeling is we’re calm right now. It’s a couple days out still,” he said. “Of course tourists are a little stressed out because flights and everything have been messed up.” Workers were making plans to leave after shutting down the hotel. Mr. Ryker said he would drive overnight to Jacksonville, betting that traffic on U.S. 1—the only road to mainland Florida—would ease at that hour. Carlos Gimenez, mayor of Miami-Dade County, said the county would begin evacuating special-needs residents Wednesday and may issue a broader evacuation order. County offices and schools were closed there on Thursday and Friday. The City of Miami warned that the 20 to 25 tower construction cranes dotting the city’s skyline aren’t designed to withstand winds above 145 miles an hour, but take too long to dismantle. Maurice Pons, deputy director in the city’s building department, advised against staying in a building next to construction cranes in a storm like Irma, the city said. Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine made a personal appeal Tuesday for residents and tourists to leave the island as soon as they could, in advance of what he expects would be a mandatory evacuation order from the county. The mayor said there are few roadways on and off the island, and he wanted to minimize congestion. Men cover the windows of a car parts store in preparation for Hurricane Irma in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Men cover the windows of a car parts store in preparation for Hurricane Irma in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Photo: alvin baez/Reuters The threatening storm caused cruise lines to cancel and divert sailings in the popular Caribbean. Airlines on Tuesday were canceling flights in the region and offering waivers to passengers in Florida. Irma is forecast to dump up to a foot of rain in the northern Leeward Islands, with isolated instances of 20 inches. Rainfall of 4 inches to 10 inches is expected in northeast Puerto Rico and the British and U.S. Virgin Islands. The rainfall could trigger life-threatening flash floods and mudslides, the NHC warned. The Turks and Caicos Islands and southeastern Bahamas could see storm surges of 15 to 20 feet, as well as large, destructive waves, forecasters said. While Irma churns toward population centers, forecasters are also monitoring Tropical Storm Jose, a newly formed storm in the more distant Atlantic. It is expected to become a hurricane on Wednesday, the hurricane center said. 

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Hurricane Irma Makes First Landfall in Caribbean ‘Potentially catastrophic’ Category 5 storm is one of the strongest ever recorded in Atlantic Hurricane Irma: What You Need To Know As Hurricane Irma approaches the U.S., here's what you need to know about one of the strongest storms to hit the Atlantic Ocean. Photo: NOAA By Jon Kamp and Scott Calvert Updated Sept. 6, 2017 4:28 p.m. ET 103 COMMENTS Hurricane Irma walloped several islands in the northeast Caribbean early Wednesday after growing into one of the most powerful storms ever recorded over the Atlantic Ocean, and as officials in Florida pressed residents to follow calls for evacuations. The “potentially catastrophic” storm packed maximum-sustained winds of 185 miles an hour, making it a Category 5 hurricane and one of the five strongest ever recorded in the Atlantic, according to the National Hurricane Center’s latest forecast. The center said it was still too soon to forecast the timing and magnitude of a potential Florida hit. “The chance of direct impacts from Irma beginning later this week and this weekend from wind, storm surge, and rainfall continues to increase in the Florida Keys and portions of the Florida Peninsula,” the center said. Video From St. Martin Video recorded on Sept. 6 shows Hurricane Irma’s strong winds ripping through Maho Beach on the island of St Martin in the Caribbean. Florida Gov. Rick Scott called the storm “extremely dangerous and deadly” and warned that Irma could hit the state even harder than Andrew, a Category 5 hurricane that slammed into South Florida in 1992. “This storm has the potential to devastate our state, and you have to take this very seriously,” he said Wednesday. Authorities also advised there could be a storm impact in Georgia and South Carolina. The storm’s center made landfall over the island of Barbuda early Wednesday, the hurricane center said, and passed over St. Martin, where video posted online showed submerged cars and flooded buildings. The storm was recently about 65 miles from St. Thomas, in the U.S. Virgin Islands, and 140 miles from Puerto Rico. Communication with Barbuda was impossible in the immediate wake of the storm. “All that we heard earlier is that people lost some roofs and that sort of thing,” said Claudette Thomas, 56 years old, general manager of the Barbuda Belle Luxury Beach Hotel. Speaking by phone from Antigua, which is a 15-minute flight or 90-minute ferry ride away, Ms. Thomas said that island was “perfect. We didn’t even get any amount of rain.” Gaston Browne, prime minister of Antigua and Barbuda, which make up an independent commonwealth, said on Facebook that Antigua suffered no fatalities and that damage on the island was light. According to a tweet from French authorities in the island region of Guadeloupe, the St. Martin administrative offices had been partially destroyed and the local prefect and 23 other people are taking refuge in a concrete reinforced room. On the island of St. Barthélemy, the firehouse was under 3 feet of water, with the firefighters taking refuge on the floor above. Both islands have lost power. Hurricane Irma approaching the U.S. Hurricane Irma approaching the U.S. Photo: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration New hurricane warnings extended to the northern coast of Haiti as Irma’s forecast track called for a dangerously close approach near Puerto Rico and the island of Hispaniola, which includes Haiti and the Dominican Republic. Civil defense officials in the Dominican Republic said Irma was on track to pass overnight Wednesday some 30 to 60 miles to the north. There have been some evacuations, the officials said in a news conference, but no evacuees have gone to the island’s several thousand shelters. President Donald Trump late Tuesday approved emergency declarations for Florida, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands, moves that can hasten preparations and federal assistance. “It looks like it could be something that will be not good. Believe me, not good,” he said Wednesday at the White House. Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló on Twitter Wednesday urged residents to evaluate their situation and go to shelters if necessary. Already, 700 people had gone to shelters, he said. “There is no reason for being in the street,” he said in a tweet. Gov. Scott asked Florida’s roughly 20 million residents to stock up on supplies and urged residents to make evacuation plans. He said the state is working to make it easier for heavy trucks to travel the highways and keep provisions stocked, citing fuel shortages in the Florida Keys and empty supermarket shelves. He also activated 1,000 national-guard members in the state and directed the remaining 6,000 guard members in the state to report for duty Friday morning. Monroe County, which includes the Florida Keys, issued a mandatory evacuation starting 7 a.m. ET Wednesday for all visitors and tourists, and 7 p.m. ET for all residents. Schools there closed starting Wednesday, and local hospitals started making plans to evacuate patients. In Key West, staff at the 142-room Pier House Resort & Spa hurried Wednesday morning to get remaining guests to the local airport before most flights out ended around 1 p.m., said front-desk supervisor Robert Ryker. About 10 rooms were still occupied by late morning. “The overall feeling is we’re calm right now. It’s a couple days out still,” he said. “Of course tourists are a little stressed out because flights and everything have been messed up.” Workers were making plans to leave after shutting down the hotel. Mr. Ryker said he would drive overnight to Jacksonville, betting that traffic on U.S. 1—the only road to mainland Florida—would ease at that hour. Carlos Gimenez, mayor of Miami-Dade County, said the county would begin evacuating special-needs residents Wednesday and may issue a broader evacuation order. County offices and schools were closed there on Thursday and Friday. The City of Miami warned that the 20 to 25 tower construction cranes dotting the city’s skyline aren’t designed to withstand winds above 145 miles an hour, but take too long to dismantle. Maurice Pons, deputy director in the city’s building department, advised against staying in a building next to construction cranes in a storm like Irma, the city said. Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine made a personal appeal Tuesday for residents and tourists to leave the island as soon as they could, in advance of what he expects would be a mandatory evacuation order from the county. The mayor said there are few roadways on and off the island, and he wanted to minimize congestion. Men cover the windows of a car parts store in preparation for Hurricane Irma in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Men cover the windows of a car parts store in preparation for Hurricane Irma in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Photo: alvin baez/Reuters The threatening storm caused cruise lines to cancel and divert sailings in the popular Caribbean. Airlines on Tuesday were canceling flights in the region and offering waivers to passengers in Florida. Irma is forecast to dump up to a foot of rain in the northern Leeward Islands, with isolated instances of 20 inches. Rainfall of 4 inches to 10 inches is expected in northeast Puerto Rico and the British and U.S. Virgin Islands. The rainfall could trigger life-threatening flash floods and mudslides, the NHC warned. The Turks and Caicos Islands and southeastern Bahamas could see storm surges of 15 to 20 feet, as well as large, destructive waves, forecasters said. While Irma churns toward population centers, forecasters are also monitoring Tropical Storm Jose, a newly formed storm in the more distant Atlantic. It is expected to become a hurricane on Wednesday, the hurricane center said.

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Attorney General Sessions seems more motivated lately, probably for reasons having something to do with the Presidential teeth marks he’s now sporting. He’s promising action, saying, “I have not been happy with the past prosecutions and investigations of criminal leaks.”
Sessions says, “We’ve already taken a number of steps, we’ll have multiple, we’ll have a press conference next week about it, but we already have multiples numbers of prosecutions compared to last year at this time. We’re stepping up those cases, it cannot continue. Some people need to go to jail. If we can make cases they are going to jail.”
Judge Napolitano noted the use of “a term of art” when AG Sessions said “criminal leaks,” explaining that a West Wing leak of non-classified information is not a criminal leak. “But if someone unmasks from raw intelligence data, the identity of a person participating in a communication, whether it’s telephone, email or text messaging, and that is done for political purposes and not for national security purposes, that is a criminal leak. And I suggest to you that’s what has troubled the President and that’s what the Attorney General was referring to.
Hemmer asks if that is the first time AG Sessions has talked like that, with Napolitano replying, “Yes, it is the first time I have heard him say ‘criminal leaks,’ because he knows that not all leaks are crimes but the types of leaks that have bedeviled Donald Trump, that have commenced the entire mess that he’s in now, including with the special prosecutor.”
Napolitano points out that it “began when Susan Rice and her colleagues, she’s already admitted to some of this, engaged in unmasking, revealing the true names of people who participated in conversations that were captured by American and British Intelligence, and some of this was of Donald Trump before he was President.
They also delve into the Imran Awan and Debbie Wasserman Schultz scandal, noting that things aren’t looking too good for the Florida Democrat. Congressman Ron DeSantis, a House Republican notes that they need to investigate how their systems may have been compromised, so this thing is likely to get much, much deeper and larger very quickly. There was full unsupervised access for a team of spies around the clock, including the Intelligence Committee members such as their fellow Muslim, Andre Carson (D-IN).
Awan, who was arrested trying to escape the US to Pakistan is out on bail, having turned over his passport. He’s wearing a GPS ankle bracelet making it easy to locate him for the application of Seth Rich, Loretta Fuddy style Democrat Party “express justice” at any time.
 Napolitano asks what Wasserman Shultz knew about Awan and his activities, calling it very intriguing. What did Hillary Clinton, who was communicating with Wasserman Schultz during the campaign and who was her protector when she was fired from the DNC, have in the emails she was sharing with Wasserman Schultz that may have been forwarded to or intercepted by Awan?



There’s so much here and it must be a really dangerous situation for the Democrats, including Obama and Clinton, because the mainstream media has ignored it completely. Eventually they’ll have to provide cursory coverage, but they’re definitely trying to keep a lid on this story.
Given all of the potential vulnerabilities and involvement of major players in the criminal wrongdoing, Napolitano says, “Look for an indictment soon to see if the government can flip this fellow” for a reduced sentence. Napolitano asks, “Who else knew about this? Did any other members of Congress know about this? Gregory Meeks (D-NY) knew, he was also still paying Awan at least through May.

 



 

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders explained on Monday why Anthony Scaramucci was removed from his position as White House communications director just 10 days after his appointment to the post. Photo: Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP


WASHINGTON—President Donald Trump ousted his communications director after only 10 days and introduced his new chief of staff, a former Marine Corps general who has the task of imposing more discipline in the West Wing, following one of the most turbulent weeks of the administration.
Anthony Scaramucci was removed from the communications director post on Monday, becoming the seventh major administration official to leave in Mr. Trump’s first six months.


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Top 20 Hottest Female Tennis Players Currently Active

Tennis season started with the very first Grand Slam of the year in Australia and this is time of the year when we take a look at some of the finest up and coming young players in women tennis.
Sexiest Female Tennis players
Ana Ivanovic and Maria Sharapova are widely regarded as the hottest female tennis stars for quite some time. But as we move into 2016 tennis calendar alot of new names has taken over women tennis at the highest level. We take a look at some of the hottest stars currently active.

Belinda Bencic (Switzerland)


19-year old Belinda Bencic burst on to the tennis scene back in 2015 winning two WTA titles and reached top 10 in WTA rankings. She has made steady progress since than and consistently making it to the second, third rounds of grand slams. We sure are going to see her for a longtime on tennis scene.

Tsvetana Pironkova (Bulgaria)


28 year old Tsvetana Pironkova has been around for a while who turned professional back in 2002 and her biggest achievements include defeating Sareena Williams three times at the grand slam events. She has also won 6 ATP titles and her career prize money stands at $3,57 million.

Donna Vekic (Croatia)


20-year old Donna Vekic has been on the tennis professional scene since 2012 but failed to make a big impression so far. However she is making steady improvement and won 1 WTA and 4 ITF titles.

Laura Robson (Great Britain)


21 year old Laura Robson is the highest ranked british female player and has been making steady progress at the elite level of tennis. She won the silver medal playing alongside Andy Murray back in London Olympics 2012. Her best finish in grand slam was in Wimbledon 2013 where she reached round 4 and she is pretty hot to say the least.

Camila Giorgi (Italy)


23 year old Camila Giorgi is Italian and also has Argentinian background currently ranked world no.54. Although she has failed to live up to the expectations attach to her since she became pro. Her career best grand slam finish was back in 2012 Wimbledon where she reached 4th round. She is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful tennis stars in the world.

Mandy Minella (Luxembourg)


Alot was expected of Mandy Minella when she turned professional back in 2001 but she never lived up to the expectations and now at 30 years of age she is in twilight of her career. But hey she is not on this list because of her tennis credentials.

Sabine Lisicki (Germany)


Turned professional back in 2006, Sabin Lisicki never really made the cut at top level. Her best performance came in 2013 when she reached the final of Wimbledon. Having said that she has earned more than $6 million in prize money and won 4 WTA titles.

Sorana Cirstea (Romania)


One of the hottest tennis stars currently playing at the highest level, Sorana Cirstea hails for Romania and reached her career best world rank.21 when she reached quarter finals of french open back in 2009. Since than she has been below par but has earned a massive $3.5 just in career prize money.

Petra Kvitová (Czech Republic)


Since turning professional in 2006 she has won 17 WTA titles including two wimbledon titles in 2011 and 2014. Currently ranked no.6 in the world her best career ranking was no.2 in 2011.

Dominika Cibulkova (Slovakia)


Hails from Bratislava, Slovakia Dominika Cibulkova turned professional in 2006 and went on to win four WTA titles. She also reached her career best ranking No.10 after reaching the final of 2014 Australian Open..

Daniela Hantuchova (Slovakia)


Hantuchova has been around like forever. She has kind of rediscovered her form of late currently ranked no.15 in women singles Hantuchova was once regarded next big thing in women tennis. She achieved her career best ranking of no.5 back in 2002 at the age of just 18 year old. She has won all four grand slams in mixed doubles and also was part of Slovakian team who won the fed cup in 2002.

Elina Svitolina (Ukraine)


One of the finest up and coming tennis star, Elina Svitolina hails from Ukraine and regarded as potential grand slam champion in couple of years. She has already won 4 WTA and 6 ITF titles and her best performance in grand slam came back in 2015 when she reached quarterfinals of French Open.

Sania Mirza (India)


She holds the celebrity status in her native India after becoming the msot successful female tennis star of the country. She has inspired generation of girls in sub-continent. Although she never really hit the ground running in grand slam singles but she has won number of grand slams in doubles and mixed doubles categories.

Caroline Wozniacki (Denmark)


Born to Polish parents Wozniacki turned pro in 2005 and achieved the world no.1 rank in women tennis without winning a single grand slam title back in 2010. She has reached the final of US open twice in 2009 and 2014. Adidas signed massive endorsement deal with Wozciacki but since than 25 year old has failed to live up to massive expectations attach to her. Now she is more of a poster girl of tennis.

Maria Kirilenko (Russia)


Russian tennis star who recently retired from professional tennis had major impact on women tennis in first decade of the millenium. She turned pro in 2001 and went on to achieve her career best ranking of No.5 in 2011. But like many other beautiful tennis stars she focused more on swimsuit modeling than her tennis and never really hit the heights expected of her

Angelique Kerber (Germany)


A late bloomer, Angelique Kerber hails from Germany and turned professional in 2003. However she started to play the best tennis of her career in late 20s and 2016 was the pinacle of her pro career where she won Australian Open and US Open. Reached the Wimbledon and Olympic finals. Incredible story of a beautiful girl who has already earned over $19 million in prize money.

Eugenie Bouchard (Canada)


Since turning pro Eugenie Bouchard has made quite some progress at highest level in tennis. She reached Wimbledon 2014 final after starting the year with semifinal berths in both Australian Open and French Open. Her success on and off the field has made her a major name in tennis and she is widely tipped to become new Sharapova of tennis.

Serena Williams (USA)


Not much to say here apart from 69 WTA titles including 21 grand slam titles where she won every grand slam for atleast 4 times. She is surely the greatest female tennis player of all times and still going strong at the age of 34. She has been in and around world rank.1 since 2002. 2015 was one of her best years winning the first three grand slams and currently ranks no.1 in women singles. She has also won gold in Sydney 2000, Beijing 2008 and in London 2012.

Ana Ivanovic (Serbia)


Ivanovic turned professional in 2003 and reached the peak of her career back in 2008 when she won the French Open title and also reached final of Australian Open taking here career besting ranking to world no.1. She has won 16 WTA titles but its her looks which brought her massive off the field success with countless endorsement deals as she became face of women tennis alonside Maria Sharapova.

Maria Sharapova (Russia)


Nobody can match the commersial success Sharapova has achieved but she was pretty good on court as well. She won 35 WTA titles inclung all four grand slams and achieved world rank no.1 status in 2005 and since than she remained a top 5 player.




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