Barry is a triple threat of storm surge, high rivers and flooding as it gets closer to the Louisiana coast

Louisiana authorities are urging residents not to underestimate the danger and destruction Tropical Storm Barry threatens as it nears the coast Friday. Barry is getting stronger as it creeps across the Gulf of Mexico's warm waters en route to a landfall expected early Saturday in Louisiana. While it could reach hurricane strength, the real peril it poses to roughly 10 million people in its path is rain, which could quickly trigger unprecedented flooding.

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What to Do with Moving Boxes After Moving

The moment you’ve reached your new home, it’ll be time to start thinking about unpacking your things so that you can get one step closer to your ultimate post-relocation goal – to settle down in that strange place without having to cope with any symp..

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12 Super-Important Questions to Ask Your Movers

Choosing the right moving company often ends up being the difference between a smooth, trouble-free move and a difficult and painful house moving experience where problems just seem to come one after the other.

Needless to say, which professional re..

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U.S. Probing Visa Applicants’ Social Media

The State Department is now requiring visa applicants to submit information about their social media accounts as part of a more extensive screening process that will affect about 15 million foreigners seeking to enter the United States each year.

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How to Move a Hot Tub Safely {12 Steps}

Moving a hot tub to another house is a dangerous task and we don’t recommend that you do it without professional assistance. A Jacuzzi hot tub happens to be one of the most difficult things to move due to its extraordinary weight (800-900 pounds) and..

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Port of Vancouver Avoids Disruption as Longshoremen Reach Deal

A lockout of longshore workers at Canada’s biggest port, the Port of Vancouver, ended in a deal on Thursday after a few hours, averting a potentially massive shipping disruption, the workers’ union and employers association said. Despite its short duration, the lockout led to lineups of trucks outside terminals and vessels being rerouted to other West Coast ports.

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