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  • Hurricane Florence Grows to Category 4 as Coastal Evacuations Begin

    Authorities ordered widespread coastal evacuations in the Carolinas and Virginia and warned of life-threatening impacts later this week.

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  • Brain Data Could Read Moods, Potentially Treat Depression

    A newly developed algorithm to help read mood-related brain activity could lead to more personalized therapies for psychiatric conditions like depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder and obsessive compulsive disorder.

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  • Judge Denies Bail for Alleged Russian Agent Maria Butina

    A federal judge denied a request by an alleged Russian agent to be released on bail before trial but chastised prosecutors for making salacious allegations about Maria Butina they later walked back.

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  • Hurricane Florence Heads Toward Southeastern U.S.

    A tropical storm that has been churning in the Atlantic for a week regained hurricane strength Sunday and was headed toward the Southeastern U.S., the National Hurricane Center said.

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  • The History of NFL Player Protests During the National Anthem

    After two years of conflict in the National Football League between management and players over protests during the national anthem, the football season kicked off without new rules in place.

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  • Pence Blasts Writer of Anonymous Op-Ed Critical of Trump

    Mike Pence denounced the writer who anonymously criticized President Trump in an opinion piece last week, as the administration continued to push back against reports depicting the president as held in check by his own staff.

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  • Trump Joins Cohen in Asking to Rescind Hush Agreement With Stormy Daniels

    President Trump joined his former lawyer in agreeing to rescind the agreement that legally requires former adult-film star Stephanie Clifford to keep silent about an alleged sexual encounter with Mr. Trump.

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  • Marijuana-Research Applications Go Nowhere at Justice Department

    Two years after the Drug Enforcement Administration began accepting requests to grow marijuana for federally approved research, none have been answered, leaving more than two dozen applicants in limbo.

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  • In One Kentucky City, Booze and Ballots Don’t Mix. That Soon May Change.

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  • A Year After Hurricane Irma, Most Florida Nursing Homes Still Working on Emergency Power Plans

    Most nursing homes in Florida are still working to meet new backup-power rules, which were triggered by a dozen patient deaths after Hurricane Irma knocked out air conditioning at their residence a year ago.

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  • New York and New Jersey Probe Allegations of Sexual Abuse by Catholic Priests

    The attorneys general of New York and New Jersey have opened investigations into whether Roman Catholic church officials in the two states covered up allegations that priests sexually abused young people.

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  • North Carolina Election Officials Get Extension for Voting Records Request

    Federal prosecutors on Thursday postponed a deadline for North Carolina election officials to provide voting records requested by federal immigration officials until after the Nov. 6 election.

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  • Gunman Kills Three at Cincinnati Office Building

    A gunman opened fire in a downtown Cincinnati office tower, killing three people before he was shot and killed by police, authorities said.

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  • Federal Prosecutors Exploring New Charges Against Harvey Weinstein

    Federal prosecutors are investigating whether former Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein violated wire fraud or other laws in any efforts to silence women who accused him of sexual misconduct.

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  • Amway Co-Founder Richard DeVos Dies at 92

    Devos made his fortune by building Amway but gained fame as a major backer of Christian and Republican causes

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  • California Wildfire Shuts Down 50-Mile Stretch of Busy Interstate to Oregon

    A fast-moving wildfire has shut down a nearly 50-mile stretch of one the busiest freeways in Northern California, after it torched at least two big rigs and forced motorists to flee cars and trucks as the state endures one of its worst fire seasons.

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  • In Massachusetts Elections, Breaking Racial Barriers and Political Traditions

    Serious primary challenges are uncommon in Massachusetts, and often there is a political pecking order for seats that do come open. But this week showed that the political culture is shifting.

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  • Immigration Officials Request Millions of North Carolina Voting Records, Prompting State Pushback

    Federal immigration officials have requested more than 20 million North Carolina voter records covering eight years as part of the Trump administration’s inquiry into voter fraud.

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  • Judge Declares Mistrial in Case of Former Blackwater Security Guard

    A federal judge declared a mistrial Wednesday in the prosecution of Nicholas Slatten, an American security guard involved in a 2007 shooting at a Baghdad traffic circle.

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  • Emirates Plane Quarantined at JFK Airport After Report of Sick Passengers

    A plane from Dubai was quarantined after landing at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York in a rare step after passengers on board reported feeling sick.

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  • Schools Across the U.S. Find Elevated Lead Levels in Drinking Water

    Schools in multiple states are tearing out water fountains and old faucets after finding elevated levels of lead in their water.

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  • U.S. Investigates FBI Response To Gymnasts’ Sex-Abuse Claims

    The Department of Justice has launched an investigation into the FBI’s handling of sexual-abuse allegations against former U.S. gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar, people familiar with the investigation said.

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  • Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel Won’t Seek Re-Election

    Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel said he wouldn’t seek a third term in office, a dramatic reversal after he had raised a substantial campaign war chest and had been talking for months about another term.

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  • FEMA Was Overwhelmed by Hurricanes and Wildfires in 2017, GAO Says

    The back-to-back devastation of hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria, followed by catastrophic wildfires in California, overwhelmed federal disaster responders in 2017, according to a government report released Tuesday.

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  • FCC Seeks to Expedite Deployment of 5G Wireless Networks

    Federal regulators are expected to approve a plan this month to accelerate next-generation 5G wireless networks around the U.S. by overriding some local rules that could hold up deployment.

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