With the impending arrival of Hurricane Irma, thousands of Floridians left the state because of potential high storm surge, which is the rise of sea level that results from wind forces. Doug Constantine from Cape Coral asked: "With FEMA recently scaring several million people into an evacuation, where they predicted storm surge of almost 20 feet and they were wrong and they’ve been wrong before. How many times can they yell the sky is falling? ”
President Trump is feuding with Sen. John McCain, and differences are emerging in Congress as lawmakers try to overhaul the tax code. Here & Now s Jeremy Hobson and Robin Young get an inside look as political analysts Angela Rye ( @Angela_Rye ) and Paris Dennard ( @PARISDENNARD ) weigh in on the weeks news. Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/.