The slow-moving storm narrowly missed the country, where recovery efforts from Hurricane Dorian are just beginning.
Ken Cuccinelli is defending the administration’s refusal to grant Bahamians temporary protected status after Hurricane Dorian devastated the islands.
Senators announced a bill to give humanitarian protection to Bahamians devastated by Hurricane Dorian, after reports that the Trump administration wouldn’t.
At least 50 people were killed by the storm, and the country's prime minister said he expected that number to climb "significantly."
President Donald Trump previously said there could be "very bad people" among the Bahamians whose homes were devastated by the hurricane.
The science panel will investigate who pushed NOAA to back up the president's false claims about Hurricane Dorian.
The White House told Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross to have NOAA disavow forecasters who challenged Trump’s storm path claim, says The New York Times.
"When you do good, good comes back to you.”
Louis Uccellini praises the office for taking quick action to deliver correct information about Hurricane Dorian after Trump's false warning.
The president asserted without evidence that drug dealers and gang members could be trying to enter the U.S. in the wake of Hurricane Dorian.
Customs and Border Protection said passengers without visas should register at the U.S. Embassy in Nassau, more than 100 miles away.
The agency, which oversees the National Weather Service, issued a statement Friday supporting the president's false claims about the path of Hurricane Dorian.
Employees were given guidance on how to handle the president's flubbed Alabama warning, according to The Washington Post.
Rescue teams were still trying to reach some Bahamian communities isolated by floodwaters and debris after the disaster that killed at least 43 people.
NOAA attacked its own scientists over their correction of President Trump's false claims about Hurricane Dorian's path.
Six people and more than 150 cats and dogs survived after a "raging river" of water overwhelmed the Humane Society of Grand Bahama.
Despite weakening to a Category 1 storm, Dorian still sent seawater surging over neighborhoods, flooding the first floors of many homes.
Prime Minister Hubert Minnis called it an "hour of darkness" for the Bahamas.
Twitter users taunted Trump after he inadvertently "undercut his argument" with an edited video.