The Bahamas

Doug Manchester was asked for a hefty RNC donation as his nomination for ambassador to the Bahamas stalled, CBS News reports.
Climate-fueled storms pose an increased threat to reefs already facing a slew of environmental challenges.
Nearly a million gallons of oil spilled at an Equinor storage terminal during the Category 5 hurricane. The cleanup is ongoing.
Residents of this island of 50,000 people have met total devastation with strength and resilience.
The Trump administration has refused to provide temporary protected status to Bahamians who fled to the U.S. after Hurricane Dorian.
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.
"I think that if you had proof that the president was right, you’d be giving it to me right now, Ken," the CNN host told Trump official Ken Cuccinelli.
A giant whale kite, a massive pumpkin and a gravedigging competition round out this week's best images.
Four of the presidential candidates sponsored a bill to admit Bahamians fleeing hurricane destruction. But the issue was never raised at the debate in Houston.
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 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.
Rescue teams were still trying to reach some Bahamian communities isolated by floodwaters and debris after the disaster that killed at least 43 people.
Six people and more than 150 cats and dogs survived after a "raging river" of water overwhelmed the Humane Society of Grand Bahama.
Prime Minister Hubert Minnis called it an "hour of darkness" for the Bahamas.
Weakened to a Category 1 hurricane, the powerful storm lashed communities with wind, rain and floodwaters.
The 1,900-passenger Grand Celebration ship will embark on a humanitarian journey after the hurricane devastated the islands.