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Hurricane Sally Slams the Florida Panhandle With Deluge of Rain
(September 17 09:46) Nytimes.com
The sluggish storm veered east and intensified before making landfall near the Alabama and Florida state line. Residents and officials said they were not anticipating a direct hit.
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A Tip Sheet to the Senate Fight Over Ginsburg’s Seat
The future of the Supreme Court rests on the personal and political calculations of these Senate Republicans. Follow updates here.
Tadej Pogacar Takes Tour de France Lead From Primoz Roglic in Epic Time Trial
For more than a week, Tadej Pogacar and Primoz Roglic had stalked each other across France. On Saturday, Pogacar surged past his rival to claim the yellow jersey.
Ricin Is Said to Have Been Sent to White House
Federal investigators are working to track down who sent it and determine whether other envelopes have been sent through the postal system.
How Mitch McConnell Can Quickly Push Through Trump’s Supreme Court Nominee
The rules and partisan breakdown of the Senate make it possible for Republicans to swiftly confirm President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee. Here’s how.
Violent Attacks Plague Afghanistan as Peace Talks in Doha Slow
More than a dozen civilians are feared dead in an airstrike, as talks go on to finalize rules for negotiations.
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