Elsa’s winds weakened to 40 mph, but it was dropping torrential rains over the Carolinas early Thursday, the National Hurricane Center said.
Officials said they were working on plans to tear down what’s left of the building after concerns about the structure’s instability prompted a 15-hour halt to the search for survivors.
Inspectors performed a quick-hit examination of the north building, and Surfside Mayor Charles Burkett said nothing was found that indicates the tower is in danger of collapse.
Ten people have been confirmed killed, and more than 150 others are still missing in the community of Surfside, just outside Miami.
Travis McMichael and his father, Gregory, were charged along with a third man, William “Roddie” Bryan, in the death of a 25-year-old Black man who was going for a run in their Georgia neighborhood.
Raphael Warnock’s victory puts Senate leadership within Democrats’ reach and will make him the first Black senator in his state’s history.
President Trump encouraged his loyalists to turn out in force even as he undermined the integrity of the electoral system by pressing unfounded claims of voter fraud to explain away his own defeat in Georgia.
Body camera video shows the man handing his driver’s license to a Black police officer and answering questions cooperatively before a white officer walks up behind him and slams him face-first to the ground.
Anti-racism protesters on Saturday sought to call attention to the deaths of two more black men — one who was found hanging from a tree in California and another who was fatally shot by police outside an Atlanta restaurant.
Authorities said the slain man had grabbed an officer’s Taser, but was running away when he was shot.
The Georgia man whose cellphone video of Ahmaud Arbery’s fatal shooting helped reignite the case was charged with murder, making him the third person arrested more than two months after the slaying.
How many people are missing seems to be anyone’s guess.
While most residents of Mexico Beach, Florida, fled ahead of the storm’s arrival, others stubbornly stayed.
A former peanut company executive was sentenced Monday to 28 years in prison for his role in a deadly salmonella outbreak, the stiffest punishment ever handed out to a producer in a foodborne illness case.
A single "pop" cut through the quiet morning. On this ordinary Thursday, some thought a car had backfired, or maybe a tire had blown. Sgt. 1st Class Robert Dodge looked up from his computer in an Army recruiting office in a strip mall, more curious than alarmed.