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10,000 N.J. voters got mail-in ballots with errors in them

The Middlesex County Clerk's office says it's been strapped by the state's new vote-by-mail policy. About 10,000 of the vote-by-mail ballots that the Middlesex County Clerk's office sent out last weekend contained errors in the recipients' addresses, authorities said. County Clerk...


The day after the storm made landfall with devastating impact on the Florida Panhandle, travelers faced delays and cancellations.

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Florida inmates volunteer to clear Hurricane Michael debris

Inmates at a county jail in Florida volunteered to clean debris left in the wake of Michael, the strongest hurricane to hit the continental US in more than a decade. The Walton County Sheriff’s Office tweeted photos Thursday of deputies and inmates in prison stripes “clearing the way” in...

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The search for a missing journalist

We cover — and bring you up to speed — on the investigations into missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi and talk Hurricane Michael effects and a failed space launch.         


One of the most powerful storms to ever hit the continental U.S., Hurricane Michael left a vast trail of destruction across the Florida Panhandle; senior correspondent Rick Leventhal reports.

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Andrew Gillum Condemns Ron DeSantis For Ads Aired Before Hurricane Michael

The Republican Party of Florida said it had requested the ads not air in affected areas.

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Florida Shelters Rush to Save Dozens of Adoptable Pets from Hurricane Michael's Path

While many in the Florida panhandle are assessing the damage caused by Hurricane Michael, a Category 4 storm, 46 shelter pets are resting easy in a different part of the state. According to Fox 4, the Humane Society of Naples rushed two vans earlier this week to Tallahassee’s Animal Service...

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As Hurricane Michael ravages, real evangelicals are quietly volunteering, not grasping for power.

The loud voices in the news give evangelical Christians a bad name. Most of us are quietly serving.         

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Weaving around the debris on Highway 98 in a red golf cart — dodging a washing machine to the left, and a detached roof to the right — Jackie Spann scanned the horizon for her home of 27 years, a three-story stucco house with a Spanish-style roof. “It’s gone,” the 83-year-old retired...

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Here are the top stories for Thursday, October 11th: Hurricane Michael pounds the Florida Panhandle; Kanye West visits the West Wing; Flight delayed for an 'emotional support squirrel.         

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Hurricane Michael brings widespread damage and destruction to the Florida Panhandle; Mike Tobin reports.

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Michael blasted Tyndall Air Force Base in Florida — a key to homeland security

Hurricane Michael caused extensive damage at Tyndall Air Force Base, a key part of the network protecting the continental United States.         

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Florida residents attempting to flee their home during Hurricane Michael reportedly stumbled upon a few furry stowaways living in their attic.

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Franklin County, Florida sheriff discusses recovery efforts after Hurricane Michael hit the Florida Pan Handle region; details on 'Your World with Neil Cavuto.'

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Trump shamed Obama for campaigning after a hurricane. Then he did it as Michael ravaged Florida.

"You had these people waiting for hours, many hours. And if I didn’t go, that would have been the wrong thing, too," President Trump said.

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In the wake of Hurricane Michael, people are left wondering: If a neighbor's tree falls on your property, who is responsible? 

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The Air Force Reserve Hurricane Hunters shared a video of their aircraft flying through Hurricane Michael on Wednesday.

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