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FEMA Administrator warns of dangerous flash flooding as Hurricane Sally moves inland

The Gulf Coast should be gearing up for dangerous flash floods brought on by Hurricane Sally, FEMA Administrator Pete Gaynor told "Bill Hemmer Reports" on Wednesday.
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Susan Collins says Trump can nominate a justice, but Senate vote should wait until after election
Republican Sen. Susan Collins on Saturday weighed in on the US Supreme Court vacancy, saying that she believes waiting until after the election is the right decision.
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PM Update: Chilly again tonight. Mild and comfortable on Sunday.
The last official weekend of summer will feel much more like autumn.
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Teacher uses basement to teach children in 'pandemic pod'
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Man steals $2,500 worth of items in daylight
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City welcomes home 10-yr-old boy battling cancer
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Hip-Hop Musical explores past and present racism
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UFC on ESPN+ 36 video: Tyson Nam knocks out another octagon newcomer
Tyson Nam scored his second consecutive knockout of a UFC newcomer when he beat Jerome Rivera at UFC on ESPN+ 36.        Related StoriesUFC on ESPN+ 36 video: Tyson Nam knocks out another octagon newcomer - EnclosureVideo: Relive all of Colby Covington's UFC finishes ahead of Tyron Woodley showdownOvince Saint Preux feels home at 205, but not ruling out a return to heavyweight 
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What we know about how Ruth Bader Ginsburg will be replace on Supreme Court
While Republicans are expected to move swiftly on filling the Ginsburg's vacancy, the process takes time and could face some serious hurdles.       
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Is it too close to the election to confirm a Supreme Court nominee?
Since 1975, it's taken about 71 days for a president's nomination to be confirmed in a vote on the Senate floor.
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Susan Collins: Whoever Wins The Presidential Election Should Fill SCOTUS Vacancy
The Maine Republican says "the decision on a lifetime appointment to the Supreme Court should be made by the President who is elected on November 3rd."
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Skeletons hanging around Connecticut to raise cash for art
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Man arrested after stealing $4,500 ring from store
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Brewery-cafe on crowdfunding home stretch
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Tree trunk falls on man helping clear road
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Racial slur sparks confrontation at Walmart
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Fallen Gwinnett police SWAT K9 Blue laid to rest
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Baptist Church cluster connected to cases at jail
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Family celebrates end of chemotherapy for 6-yr-old
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2-yr-old dies after accidental shooting inside home
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National Zoo's baby panda is officially 1 month old
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Trump mocks MSNBC anchor Ali Velshi for getting shot with rubber bullet
President Donald Trump on Friday mocked an American news anchor for being shot with a rubber bullet during George Floyd protests in May, calling it a "beautiful sight" during a political rally in Minnesota.
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NYC DOE continues to withhold info on staffers’ exposure to COVID-19
As more teachers test positive for COVID-19, city officials are refusing to disclose how many other school staffers have been quarantined because of exposure to those infected. The Department of Education said 61 employees have tested positive since starting work on Sept. 8, including 23 who reported to 21 school buildings and possibly infected others....
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Collins: Senate shouldn't vote on SCOTUS nominee before election
The Republican senator announced that she does "not believe that the Senate should vote on the nominee prior to the election"
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Lindsey Graham sides with Trump on filling Supreme Court vacancy: 'I fully understand' 
Sen. Lindsey Graham, who once said he wouldn't confirm a President Trump Supreme Court nominee in an election year, announced Saturday that he's changed his mind on filling the high court vacancy.
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Watch live: Trump holds his first rally since Ginsburg's death
Mr. Trump tweeted on Saturday that Republicans have an "obligation" to push through a nominee to replace Ginsburg "without delay!"
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'It Only Takes 4': Sen. Durbin Hopes To Block A Trump Nominee
The Illinois Democrat, who sits on the Senate Judiciary Committee, told NPR's Weekend Edition he hopes some Republicans decline to fill the Ruth Bader Ginsburg vacancy before the election.
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Wildfire-weary Californians, 'tired of this being normal,' consider uprooting their lives
It's not just the nearly 7,900 wildfires that have consumed more than 3.4 million acres and claimed 26 lives in California that have Arthur Gies looking online for apartments in New York.
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New York to Honor 'Hometown Hero' Ruth Bader Ginsburg With Brooklyn Statue
The tribute to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died Friday, will be established in her native Brooklyn.
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'I didn't know her personally, but she knew me:' Your memories of Ruth Bader Ginsburg
When Kalina Newman heard that Ruth Bader Ginsburg had died on Friday night, she and her boyfriend immediately left the restaurant where they were having dinner, bought some flowers and went to the US Supreme Court to join the crowd of people honoring the 87-year-old associate justice.
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Top secret workouts and Zoom-ready facials: Celeb prep for Emmys 2020
There may not be a red carpet, but post-pandemic stars are freaking out about looking good for Sunday's Emmys.
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Nearly 11,000 people have been exposed to the coronavirus on flights, the CDC says
Federal officials have investigated cases of people flying while capable of spreading the virus, but confirming such transmissions is difficult.
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What is ricin? Illegal and 'very toxic' poison sent to President Trump has no antidote
Ricin is an illegal poison that's found in castor beans. A package addressed to President Trump recently tested positive for the poison.        
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GOP's Supreme Court hypocrisy in their own words
In March 2016, Sen. Lindsey Graham brushed off accusations of partisanship and invited critics to hold his feet to the fire after he opposed President Barack Obama's Supreme Court pick to replace Justice Antonin Scalia. His reasoning? It was an election year.
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Ginsburg honored as gender equity 'founding mother'
Tributes are flowing for Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the court's second female justice, who died Friday. She leaves a long legal and cultural legacy with many considering her "the founding mother of gender equity. " (Sept. 19)       
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Authorities intercept envelope addressed to White House with ricin: report
The White House reportedly received an envelope with the deadly substance ricin on Saturday, a law enforcement official told The New York Times.
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No. 12 Oklahoma State needs magic from third-string quarterback Shane Illingworth to survive Tulsa
No. 12 Oklahoma State was trailing Tulsa in the third quarter when it turned to third-string quarterback Shane Illingworth to save the day.        
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Domingo German adamant about Yankees comeback: ‘It isn’t over’
Domingo German is channeling an iconic Yankee to signal what he hopes will be an eventual return to the franchise. After a chaotic few days in July in which his career was over and then it wasn’t, German appears to be back working toward pitching for the Yankees again in the future. “It isn’t over...
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How long each Supreme Court Justice has served on the bench, and how long it took to confirm them
The supreme court justices have enjoyed long tenures on average, and do not always vote the way their record would indicate
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Landmark Roe v. Wade case could be overturned after Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death
The death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg could have dire implications for Roe v. Wade, the decision affirming a woman’s right to abortion. A judicial third rail since the day it was handed down in 1973, Ginsburg had been a longtime champion of the ruling, and voted to defend abortion rights time and again during her...
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Behind the scenes of Brad Pitt’s turbulent introduction to Scientology
Pitt dabbled in Scientology for three years where he was “twinned” with a 15-year-old girl for up to five hours a day in a hot sauna during “purification" rituals and screamed at by church superiors during “bull baiting” sessions.
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Warns November Vote for Biden May Determine 'Survival' for Many Americans
The New York congresswoman said the November 3 election is about "survival"—and not just about supporting Joe Biden's Democratic presidential campaign—following the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
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Susan Collins says she opposes voting on SCOTUS nominee before election
Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, announced on Saturday that she thinks Republicans should, out of "fairness to the American people," wait until after the 2020 elections to vote on Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's replacement.
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Portland Protestors Tear-Gassed 8 Days After Mayor Orders No Use of Tear Gas
Local officials said federal law enforcement, not police, fired the gas at protestors gathered outside a building of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
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Lala Kent and Randall Emmett reveal gender of their first child together
It's a girl!
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What is the process of filling a Supreme Court vacancy?
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death leaves a vacancy just six weeks ahead of the presidential election.
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Reports: Authorities Intercept Package Containing Ricin Mailed to the White House, Addressed to Trump
Law enforcement agents intercepted a package addressed to the White House containing the toxic poison ricin earlier this week.
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Nadler proposes Senate expand number of SCOTUS justices if Dems win election
Rep. Jerry Nadler punched back at Republicans proposing to confirm a new Supreme court justice before the next term by suggesting Democrats add seats to the bench if they win control of the Senate in November. 
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Voters Split Almost 50/50 on Trump Appointing Supreme Court Justice Before Inauguration Day: Poll
Slightly more than half of voters (51 percent) said they do not believe Trump should appoint a new Supreme Court justice before the presidential inauguration in January 2021.
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