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For Alabama storm survivors, human toll is worse than property loss

In the wake of a devastating tornado, storm survivors in Alabama are trying to put Sunday’s destruction in perspective. Continue reading

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Ahead of Super Bowl in Atlanta, government shutdown looms over world’s busiest airport

City officials are especially concerned about what impact the shutdown will have on security lines during the days surrounding the Super Bowl, which Atlanta is hosting February 3. Continue reading

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Fraud allegations loom over North Carolina congressional race

More than four weeks after Democrat Dan McCready conceded to Republican Mark Harris, allegations of voter fraud are preventing North Carolina elections officials from certifying results for the state’s 9th Congressional District. Continue reading

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Race for Georgia governor still unsettled as frustrated candidates blame each other

A week after the election, rhetoric is still heated in Georgia’s race for governor.A week after the election, rhetoric is still heated in Georgia’s race for governor. Today, Georgia Democrats accused Republican Brian Kemp of “preemptively declaring him… Continue reading

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Georgia governor’s race, unexpectedly close, draws big names

An unexpectedly tight race for Georgia governor is drawing high-profile celebrities and politicians to the final days of the campaigns. This evening, former President Barack Obama is scheduled to speak at an Atlanta rally for Democrat Stacey Abrams. An… Continue reading

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Reporter’s Notebook: Isolated by floodwaters, Fox News crew finds route out of Wilmington

Headlines proclaim rising floodwaters have left Wilmington, North Carolina “cut off” from the rest of the world. Continue reading

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Hurricane Florence: Coastal town braces for monster storm

“It’s not a professional move, it’s a desperate move,” said Crystal Cross as she looked at furniture loaded into a rental truck outside her waterfront home here. Continue reading

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Red tide along Florida coast has killed at least 300 tons of fish

As red tide continues to choke the southwest Florida coast, large amounts of dead fish are washing up on the region’s white sand beaches. Continue reading

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Alabama GOP congresswoman who condemned Trump faces uphill re-election battle

In her bid for a fifth term in Congress, Alabama Republican Martha Roby faces a tough battle within her own party — a GOP primary runoff against Bobby Bright, the former Democratic representative she defeated back in 2010, now running as a Republican. Continue reading

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Hospital ICUs bring daylight to night shifts via telemedicine

Hospital intensive care units (ICUs) treat patients around the clock. Continue reading

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Republicans in Georgia’s governor race take hard-line stance on gun rights, illegal immigration

Of all the races in Tuesday’s Georgia primary, the hotly contested matchup for governor is most likely to influence strategy for both parties going into the 2020 presidential election. Continue reading

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Memphis honors Martin Luther King 50 years after he was assassinated

Thousands are expected to gather Wednesday at the site where Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated 50 years ago. Continue reading

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Georgia looks to drop electronic voting machines in favor of paper ballots

A unique effort is underway in Georgia to safeguard elections by taking voting machines back to the future. Continue reading

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Georgia looks to drop electric voting machines in favor of paper ballots

A unique effort is underway in Georgia to safeguard elections by taking voting machines back to the future. Continue reading

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Georgia inferno: Fair skies mixed in blessing in efforts to control nation’s biggest wildfire

Despite soaring temperatures and dry conditions, firefighters continue to battle flames in and near the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge. Continue reading

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Young immigrant detained shortly after speaking at news conference

Federal agents detained a young Argentinian immigrant just minutes after she criticized U.S. deportation policies at a news conference in Jackson, Mississippi. Continue reading

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Dylann Roof formally sentenced to death for Charleston church massacre

Dylann Roof was formally sentenced to death Wednesday for the church massacre in Charleston, after victims’ relatives described the pain he unleashed in a hail of gunfire at Emanuel AME Church on June 17, 2015. Continue reading

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Dylann Roof sentenced to death for Charleston church massacre

A federal jury Tuesday sentenced Dylann Roof to death for killing nine black church members in Charleston, S.C. in a racially motivated attack in 2015. Continue reading

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Charleston church shooter to face death sentence

The same jury that convicted Dylann Roof in the 2015 massacre at Emanuel AME church has reached a unanimous verdict on his sentence: death. Roof looked down silently as the panel announced its decision in U.S. District Court in Charleston, S.C. late th… Continue reading

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Prosecution rests in sentencing phase of Dylann Roof trial

Dylann Roof stared forward, displaying no emotion, as more relatives of his victims told stories of lives disrupted by the 2015 massacre at Emanuel AME Church. Continue reading

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