Video posted on Sunday showed skyscrapers bordering the Miami River being flooded as Hurricane Irma made landfall.
Twitter user Killarney Knight posted the video, which shows area buffeted by the incoming storm surge.
Some Twitter users pointed out, however, that Knight’s proximity to the Miami River made the flooding seem worse than it was, and that other parts of the city were in better shape.
— Killarney Knight (@KillarneyKnight) September 10, 2017
‘Scheme of the devil’: Southern Baptist leaders repudiate Trump’s views on white supremacy
Senior leaders within the Southern Baptist Convention are speaking out against white supremacy in the wake of President Trump's controversial comments where he called on the far-right nationalist group Proud Boys to "stand back and stand by," the Christian Post reports.
"When asked to condemn white supremacy, every single one of us should be ready to do so. Racism is, sadly, not extinct, and we know from our Southern Baptist history the effects of the horrific sins of racism and hatred," SBC President J.D. Greear said on Twitter Wednesday afternoon.
Chris Wallace blames Trump for ‘awful’ debate: ‘He bears the primary responsibility for what happened’
Fox News host Chris Wallace on Thursday blamed President Donald Trump for what he admitted was an "awful" debate.
In his first TV appearance following Tuesday night's debate, Wallace noted that Trump had interrupted either Democrat Joe Biden or himself 145 times.
"He bears the primary responsibility for what happened on Tuesday," Wallace said. "At a certain point, 45 minutes in, I called a halt to the debate for a moment and said this really isn't serving America and please stop the interruptions."
Wallace complained that his team had spent "hundreds" of hours preparing for the debate only to have it spoiled by the president.
KKK-linked flyers asking people to ‘vote pro-white’ appear on doorsteps in Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania police are investigating flyers that were distributed asking people to "vote pro-white" in the upcoming election, KDKA reports.
The flyers that began showing up in Greene County were reportedly linked to the Ku Klux Klan. The flyer asks people to "Kontact the experts," the Loyal White Knights, which is a KKK-affiliated group based in Pelham, North Carolina.
"Every officer here was offended and extremely motivated to find the individual passing out this information," Capt. William DeForte said.