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  • Homeland Security secretary details response efforts to Ian

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  • Putin to announce annexation of Ukrainian regions on Friday

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  • Over two million still without electricity in Florida following Ian

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  • Southwest Florida assesses damage following Ian

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NYT Magazine pays tribute to places, people, concepts lost in 2012

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The New York Times Magazine looks this week at the people, places and concepts that died in 2012 from the Sandy Hook Elementary School victims to Nora Ephron. "We want to extract meaning from these lives and imbue them with meaning," says the NYT's Jon Kelly, who joins Morning Joe to discuss.