hurricane season

Philadelphia and New York City were among the hardest hit by soaking rains and high winds, and widespread flooding continues to plague the cities.

Residents of The Bahamas looking to flee the destruction left in the wake of Hurricane Dorian were en route to the shores of the United States but were ordered to vacate the transport ferry. It appears that the residents were misinformed on travel requirements, and the company operating the ferry reportedly didn’t coordinate the evacuation […]

J. Cole continues to service the underserved. The Dreamville rapper’s organization has announced their relief efforts for areas that were destroyed by Hurricane Florence.

Michael Jordan grew up playing basketball in Wilmington, N.C. ahead of his stellar professional career. The NBA legend donated $2 million to relief efforts in the region after Hurricane Florence battered the North Carolina coast.

Fans of J. Cole were set to flock to North Carolina this weekend to take in the annual Dreamville Festival but those plans have been thwarted by Mother Nature. Due to the possible threat of Hurricane Florence slamming North Carolina this weekend, Cole was forced to cancel the epic music gathering.

Dashai Morton, an elementary school student from Forestville, MD, collected 500 cases of waters for her 12th birthday to send to Puerto Rico.

In a series of tweets Thursday morning, President Donald Trump suggested that the administration may pull relief efforts in Puerto Rico.

San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz continues to be the voice of hope for Puerto Rico. She recently shot back at President Trump by sporting a “nasty” t-shirt on live television.

Fat Joe sat down with CNN Wednesday to discuss recent relief efforts in Puerto Rico. In the chat, the veteran rapper says citizens feel "stranded."

Jay-Z has already announced efforts for Hurricane Maria relief in Puerto Rico and is now opening his 40/40 Club in Manhattan to collect supplies.

Bun B and Scooter Braun's Hurricane Harvey telethon Hand in Hand: A Benefit for Hurricane Relief brought together entertainers and Hip-Hop stars alike.

Jim Jones posted a video saying he's prepared for Hurricane Irma's Florida onslaught with a huge supply of cereal, including Cap'n Crunch and other items.