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Powering our nation's homes and businesses requires lots of infrastructure.

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Illustration on natural disasters and God by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

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The Fargo-Moorhead flood control program is a noteworthy example of public-private partnership. Image courtesy of Flood Diversion Board of Authority.

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Illustration on the hazards of potential global cooling by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

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Illustration on the politicization of Hurricane Irma by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

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Hurricane Irma increased its death toll as it plowed its way through Florida after causing widespread destruction in the Caribbean, including here on the U.S. Virgin Islands. (Associated Press)

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A house in Florida, slid into the Atlantic Ocean on Monday while Irma, downgraded to a tropical storm, was menacing Georgia and canceling flights at the world's busiest airport in Atlanta.

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Jon Taffer, host of "Bar Rescue." (Vice)

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Actor Kirk Cameron says extreme weather like hurricanes Harvey and Irma are God's way of reminding us of his sheer power and serve as opportunities for us to respond in "humility, awe and repentance." (Facebook/@Kirk Cameron)

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The "Ask Equifax" Twitter account wished costumers a "Happy Friday" less than 24 hours after it was revealed that a data breach affected up to 143 million U.S. consumers. The message was deleted as negative feedback flooded in. (Image: Twitter, Ask Equifax, screenshot)

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Former first lady Michelle Obama and others dressed as Beyonce to celebrate the singer's birthday and raise Harvey disaster relief funds. (Image: Screenshot of Beyonce.com via People magazine)

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Washington Redskins' safety Su'a Cravens (36) walks to the field during the first day of the NFL football teams minicamp at Redskins Park in Ashburn, Va., Tuesday, June 14, 2016. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

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People hold signs near the National Guard Armory in Lake Charles, La., where President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump are meeting with members of the county emergency operations center and Cajun Navy for those impacted by Hurricane Harvey, Saturday, Sept. 2, 2017. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh) (credit)

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Actor and filmmaker Tyler Perry has pledged to donate $1 million to the Hurricane Harvey relief effort, with $250,000 of that going to Joel Osteen's Lakewood Church, which has served as a major distribution center of supplies for Texas flood victims. (Facebook/@Tyler Perry)

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In the messy aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, the Red Cross is facing opposition from left-wing organizations that want donors to redirect their dollars to help those affected. (Associated Press)

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Illustration on the hurricane damage to Texas by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

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The Concerted Effort to Burn Exxon Mobil Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

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Lucy Liu helped her co-worker Tianna Oliver clean out her flood-damaged house on Thursday. Government agencies also have kicked into high gear as the Houston region begins to recover from Hurricane Harvey. (Associated Press)

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The latest issue of Charlie Hebdo, the French satirical newspaper that was attacked by terrorist in 2015, depicts Hurricane Harvey flood victims in Texas as Nazis. (Image: Charlie Hebdo)