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The flooding in South Carolina has been referred to as a once-in-a-1,000-year rain. It may sound like hyperbole, but it's actual science.
Dubbed a "1,000 year rain event" by meteorologists, the flooding has been blamed for at least seven deaths throughout South Carolina.
CNBC's Becky Quick reports on the historic storm to hit South Carolina over the weekend.
South Carolina residents still knee-deep in deadly floodwaters were warned it will get worse before it gets better after an historic drenching.
The palm oil sector is a bright spot for investors in Southeast Asia because of supply disruptions from Indonesia's forest fires, says Nirgunan Tiruchelvam, director of research at Religare Capital Markets Singapore.
In scores of swift-water rescues, emergency agencies scrambled in the rain to reach South Carolina residents trapped by floods, The NYT reports.
New York hardware stores are seeing a jump in storm supply sales as many residents prepare for the possibility of Hurricane Joaquin's arrival.
East coast residents rush to grocery stores, bodegas, and hardware shops in preparation for Joaquin, says NBC News.
Hurricane Joaquin and a separate rain deluge could affect the oil and shipping industries and the military along the East Coast.
The latest developments on Hurricane Joaquin, with Mike Seidel of The Weather Channel.
The Weather Channel's Mike Seidel highlights the strength of Hurricane Joaquin as it approaches the mid-Atlantic.
As Hurricane Joaquin battered the Bahamas early Friday, as the East Coast braces for potentially life threatening floods.
Hurricane Joaquin has hit the Bahamas for the past 2 days, and is now moving northwest, reports The Weather Channel's Jennifer Carfagno has the details.
As Hurricane Joaquin battered the Bahamas, the U.S. East Coast was bracing for a potential double-whammy that could bring life-threatening floods.
As Hurricane Joaquin gains strength, forecasters are warning of potential flooding all along the East Coast.
The models forecasters at NOAA and other agencies use show the hurricane taking very different paths through the Atlantic.
NBC's Kerry Sanders has the update on Hurricane Joaquin which is now packing 120mph winds.
The Weather Channel's Jen Carfagno reports the latest details on the category 3 hurricane now approaching the Bahamas.
Joaquin strengthened, packing 120 mph winds as a second storm threatened historic rainfall and potential flooding for the Carolinas and Virginia.
Despite fears over the strengthening Hurricane Joaquin, some storm-related stocks are seeing a healthy pop Wednesday.