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    At least 77 killed by Hurricane Ian

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  • Seven Americans detained in Venezuela released in prisoner exchange

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  • Florida county warns of possible levee breach, could cause flooding for 70 homes

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  • World Central Kitchen serves nearly 40,000 meals to those displaced in Tampa by Hurricane Ian

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  • Hurricane Ian makes landfall in South Carolina as Category 1 storm

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  • ‘It’s dangerous after the storm too’: Officials detail safety, recovery efforts for Hurricane Ian

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  • Doug Brinkley: DeSantis will be judged on his performance in coming days

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  • Mark Cuban: Cost Plus Drugs aim to be low-cost provider for every medicine

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  • ‘Mommy, don’t let me die’: Family recounts harrowing moment Hurricane Ian made landfall

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  • Coast Guard surveys Hurricane Ian damage

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  • DeSantis: About 1.9 million people still without power across Florida

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  • Over 400,000 homes still without power, says Fla. energy company president

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  • Homeland Security secretary details response efforts to Ian

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  • Over two million still without electricity in Florida following Ian

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  • ‘We’ve never had this type of storm surge before’

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  • Southwest Florida assesses damage following Ian

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  • Ian projected to make landfall in South Carolina after crossing Florida

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  • Georgia and Carolinas bracing for Ian's impact

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  • Tampa mayor: We were spared the fury of Hurricane Ian

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'It's going to happen': Trump's ex-lawyer says indictment coming

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Citizen Donald Trump now stares down a criminal probe in New York, and prosecutors are putting pressure on the Trump Organization's CFO Allen Weisselberg. Insiders like Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen say Weisselberg knows everything about Trump's finances and will be a key figure in the case. Cohen joins MSNBC's Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber to discuss the latest in the investigation. Trump and Weisselberg have not been charged and have not admitted to any wrongdoing.