Ten million people along the east coast of Florida could be at risk from Hurricane Dorian. The storm will reach the Bahamas Sunday, then hit Florida by Tuesday — with Category 4 winds of 140 miles per hour. Judy Woodruff talks to Ed Rappaport, deputy director of the National Hurricane Center, for the forecast, and Craig Fugate, a former FEMA administrator, about emergency preparation.
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