Hurricane Isaac 2012: Google Provides Tropical Storm Path Maps, Forecasted Track, Shelters, And Emergency Information

Google Crisis Response, one of Google's thousands of active projects that merges various Google tools like Maps, Docs, Forms and Earth, posted a new webpage dedicated to Tropical Storm Isaac - soon to be Hurricane Isaac - in an effort to disseminate helpful information about the hurricane's path, its forecasted track, and how local residents can stay safe during this emergency situation.

About 24% Of Gulf Of Mexico's Oil Output Cut By Tropical Storm Isaac

With the approach of Tropical Storm Isaac in the Gulf of Mexico, about 24.2 percent of the gulf's daily oil production and about 8.2 percent of its daily natural-gas production has been shut-in, according to estimates of the U.S. Interior Department's Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement.

Isaac Advances On Florida Keys; Nears Hurricane Force

Tropical Storm Isaac approached hurricane strength as descended on the Florida Keys Sunday, and forecasters warned it could become a dangerous Category 2 hurricane on an expected track toward the northern Gulf Coast.

Haiti Slammed By Tropical Storm Isaac

Tropical Storm Isaac battered southern Haiti on Saturday, drenching the storm-prone island's capital of Port-au-Prince and leaving at least three people dead.

Tropical Storm Isaac Wreaks Havoc In Puerto Rico, Gathers Strength Towards Haiti (PHOTOS)

After unleashing heavy rains in Puerto Rico, tropical storm Isaac is inching closer to the Dominican Republic and Haiti Friday, even as the organizers of the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida, make alternate arrangements in lieu of the National Hurricane Center's weather forecast that Isaac is likely to pass near the state's Gulf Coast Monday.

Isaac Dumps Rain On Puerto Rico, Heads For DR

Tropical Storm Isaac unleashed heavy rain and winds off Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands as it moved across the Caribbean Thursday and could strengthen into a hurricane before tearing across the Dominican Republic and Haiti.

Beef Producers Likely To Reap Bounty Next Year With Higher Prices

If America's beef producers can weather the worst drought in decades that dealt a harsh blow to the nation's corn crops, they can expect to reap a bounty beginning late next year, when beef output is estimated to be at a nine-year-low, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.