Winds Whip Through Punta Gorda Downing Street Signs, Sending Debris Flying

Hurricane Ian hit Punta Gorda, Fla., with strong winds that knocked down street signs and sent debris flying. NBC News’ Kerry Sanders spoke with The Weather Channel meteorologist Jim Cantore who detailed the storm’s path.  » Subscribe to MSNBC: http://on.msnbc.com/SubscribeTomsnbc About: MSNBC is the premier destination for in-depth analysis of daily headlines, insightful political commentary… Continue reading Winds Whip Through Punta Gorda Downing Street Signs, Sending Debris Flying

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Cuban Power Grid Restoration Begins After Hurricane Ian Damages

Power was completely knocked out across all of Cuba when Hurricane Ian passed through. Some power has now been restored to the island nation. Guad Venegas reports. » Subscribe to MSNBC: http://on.msnbc.com/SubscribeTomsnbc Follow the MSNBC Midterms Elections guide to the important races across the United States as Americans prepare to cast their votes. Countdown to… Continue reading Cuban Power Grid Restoration Begins After Hurricane Ian Damages

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Coolio, ‘Gangsta’s Paradise’ rapper, dead at 59

CNN  —  Coolio, the ’90s rapper who lit up the music charts with hits like “Gangsta’s Paradise” and “Fantastic Voyage,” has died, his friend and manager Jarez Posey, told CNN. He was 59. Posey said Coolio died in the afternoon hours local time in Los Angles on Wednesday. Details on the circumstances were not immediately… Continue reading Coolio, ‘Gangsta’s Paradise’ rapper, dead at 59

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Kamala Harris visits DMZ amid tension over North Korean missile launch

CNN  —  US Vice President Kamala Harris will visit the Demilitarized Zone that divides North and South Korea on Thursday – one day after Pyongyang fired two ballistic missiles into the waters off its east coast. Harris arrived in Asia this week to attend the state funeral of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in… Continue reading Kamala Harris visits DMZ amid tension over North Korean missile launch

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‘Life-changing’ Hurricane Ian batters Florida, knocking out power and trapping residents as it continues its damaging crawl through the state

CNN  —  As Hurricane Ian continues to pummel Florida, trapping residents in their homes and leaving millions without power in what’s already being called a “life-changing event,” authorities are fielding rescue calls from across the state and 911 call centers are being inundated. Ian slammed into southwestern Florida near Cayo Costa Wednesday afternoon as one… Continue reading ‘Life-changing’ Hurricane Ian batters Florida, knocking out power and trapping residents as it continues its damaging crawl through the state

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Gov. DeSantis: 42,000 Linemen Prepared To Restore Power In Response To Hurricane

Gov. Ron DeSantis thanked President Joe Biden for his support for the people of Florida as Hurricane Ian approaches the state. DeSantis detailed federal hurricane response preparations and said over 42,000 linemen are ready to restore power in 30 different areas across the state.  » Subscribe to MSNBC: http://on.msnbc.com/SubscribeTomsnbc About: MSNBC is the premier destination… Continue reading Gov. DeSantis: 42,000 Linemen Prepared To Restore Power In Response To Hurricane

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Liz Truss’s premiership has got off to the worst start possible

Liverpool, England CNN  —  Liz Truss’s first few weeks as British prime minister have been defined by crisis. She’d barely been in the job 48 hours when news broke that Queen Elizabeth II had died, placing the country in a state of official mourning and delaying the official launch of the Truss plan for Britain.… Continue reading Liz Truss’s premiership has got off to the worst start possible

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Hurricane Ian continues to batter Florida as weakened Category 1 storm

Hurricane Ian had weakened to a Category 1 late Wednesday, but the powerful storm that caused life-threatening storm surges, floods that stranded people in their homes and knocked out power to more than 2 million was not over, officials warned. Ian had maximum sustained winds of about 75 mph early Thursday and was moving slowly… Continue reading Hurricane Ian continues to batter Florida as weakened Category 1 storm

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Hurricane Ian Is Fifth Most Powerful Storm In Terms Of Speed To Ever Hit U.S.

By wind speed Hurricane Ian is the fifth most powerful storm to ever hit the U.S. Only four other hurricanes have made landfall with sustained winds of more than 155mph.  » Subscribe to MSNBC: http://on.msnbc.com/SubscribeTomsnbc Follow the MSNBC Midterms Elections guide to the important races across the United States as Americans prepare to cast their… Continue reading Hurricane Ian Is Fifth Most Powerful Storm In Terms Of Speed To Ever Hit U.S.

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Premarket stocks: Is the bitcoin winter beginning to thaw out?

A version of this story first appeared in CNN Business’ Before the Bell newsletter. Not a subscriber? You can sign up right here. You can listen to an audio version of the newsletter by clicking the same link. New York CNN Business  —  It’s been a cold, hard crypto winter. But signs of a thaw, spurred… Continue reading Premarket stocks: Is the bitcoin winter beginning to thaw out?

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Trump Aide Backs Down, Testifies About Elector Fraud And Insurrection

Trump aide Stephen Miller spent 8 hours testifying before the Jan. 6 committee, a reversal after initially defying the committee and suing over its request. Miller had openly discussed a plot to steal the election with fraudulent electors prior to the insurrection, drawing more scrutiny as investigations and reports have revealed multiple aides involved in… Continue reading Trump Aide Backs Down, Testifies About Elector Fraud And Insurrection

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‘Don’t Go Outside. It Is Very Dangerous’ Says Charlotte County Spokesperson

Todd Dunn, a spokesperson for Charlotte County, Fla., told residents to stay inside away from windows and doors as Hurricane Ian hits the state. Dunn said, “At this point, if you didn’t leave, then it is not safe to be out there.”  » Subscribe to MSNBC: http://on.msnbc.com/SubscribeTomsnbc Follow the MSNBC Midterms Elections guide to the important races… Continue reading ‘Don’t Go Outside. It Is Very Dangerous’ Says Charlotte County Spokesperson

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‘Build Smarter, Take Climate Change Seriously’ Expert Says As Hurricane Ian Hits

Hurricane Ian’s impact on Florida shows the need to account for climate change as we build in certain areas and rebuild after powerful storms, an expert tells Joy Reid. “We need to build differently. We need to build smarter. And we can only do that if we take climate change seriously,” Eric Klinenberg, author of… Continue reading ‘Build Smarter, Take Climate Change Seriously’ Expert Says As Hurricane Ian Hits

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Texas girl, 12, accused of making murder pact and shooting father, died by suicide, authorities say

A 12-year-old Texas girl accused of shooting her father in a murder pact she made with a friend died by suicide, authorities said Wednesday. The girl died at a Parker County hospital on Sept. 22, two days after she was accused of shooting her 38-year-old father in the abdomen in Weatherford, west of Fort Worth,… Continue reading Texas girl, 12, accused of making murder pact and shooting father, died by suicide, authorities say

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2-year-old was alone in Newburg apartment with slain mother for 3 days

A Radcliff mother is searching for answers after she found her 23-year-old daughter dead in her apartment.Police say last Wednesday, Kierra Stone-Gonzalez was found shot to death in her Newburg home. She had been dead for three days, family says, and her young child was left alone with her body.Stone-Gonzalez’ mother, Michelle Stone, was the… Continue reading 2-year-old was alone in Newburg apartment with slain mother for 3 days

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‘Dreams come true:’ Titans player surprises middle school with $4,000

Football season is well underway, but some young players in Nashville have struggled. Students and staff at John Early Middle School haven’t had enough equipment or the right gear for a while, but thanks to one Titans player, they’ll be well suited for their next game. Defensive Back Lonnie Johnson Jr. presented a check for… Continue reading ‘Dreams come true:’ Titans player surprises middle school with $4,000

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“It’s kind of scary”: Students return to class at Roxborough High after fatal quintuple shooting

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — On Wednesday, hundreds of students returned to class at Roxborough High School for the first time after five football players were shot outside of the school Tuesday. Many of them are left devastated after gunmen ambushed several football players — one of whom was killed. They were greeted by a heavy police presence.… Continue reading “It’s kind of scary”: Students return to class at Roxborough High after fatal quintuple shooting

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Hurricane Ian weakens to category one storm 

IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser. Destruction in Cuba from Hurricane Ian leaves Floridians apprehensive about coming days 01:28 Now Playing Hurricane Ian weakens to category one storm 01:29 UP NEXT Hurricane Ian downgraded to category 2 storm 04:23 Influence of climate change seen in features… Continue reading Hurricane Ian weakens to category one storm 

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Recognizing Components Is Key To Fighting Extremist Violence: Anita Hill

Anita Hill, author of “Believing: Our Thirty-Year Journey to End Gender Violence,” talks with Alex Wagner about how societal ills like misogyny, racism, and homophobia exist as components of extremist violence and need to be addressed holistically to effectively right extremism.  » Subscribe to MSNBC: http://on.msnbc.com/SubscribeTomsnbc Follow the MSNBC Midterms Elections guide to the important… Continue reading Recognizing Components Is Key To Fighting Extremist Violence: Anita Hill

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Boston councilor calls for citywide inspections after woman hit by light pole on bridge

The president of the Boston City Council is calling for a citywide inspection bridges and light poles after a woman was struck by a falling pole Tuesday while walking across that bridge in the Seaport District, an incident first reported by 5 Investigates. The pedestrian was struck at about 3 p.m. on the Evelyn Moakley… Continue reading Boston councilor calls for citywide inspections after woman hit by light pole on bridge

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Mom hid cancer diagnosis during Bengals preseason so son could achieve his dream

CINCINNATI — Most moms gush about their kids. Jennifer Gunter, mother to Bengals rookie defensive end Jeff Gunter, is no different. “He was the best kid,” Gunter said. “He graduated high school with a 4.5 GPA and from the time he was 5 years old, he knew he wanted to go to the NFL.” How her son… Continue reading Mom hid cancer diagnosis during Bengals preseason so son could achieve his dream

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DeSantis: First Responders Will Wait Until Hurricane Ian Passes To Begin Rescues

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis held a press conference on the landfall of Hurricane Ian, where he said that first responders will wait until the storm passes to begin rescues for non-evacuees. He said the biggest issue right now is the storm surge, which likely has peaked, and the flooding as a result.  » Subscribe to… Continue reading DeSantis: First Responders Will Wait Until Hurricane Ian Passes To Begin Rescues

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Giant Miller Brewing Company sign installed in downtown Milwaukee

MILWAUKEE — A giant Miller Brewing Company sign has been installed on top of a 22-story building in downtown Milwaukee. The 40-foot tall sign is located on top of the building at 633 W. Wisconsin Ave. A Milwaukee-based sign manufacturing company, Sign Effectz, Inc., collaborated with J Jeffers & Company on the installation. According to a news… Continue reading Giant Miller Brewing Company sign installed in downtown Milwaukee

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Hurricane Ian Will Leave ‘Catastrophic Footprint’ Says FEMA Administrator

FEMA is focused on “saving lives” and recovery efforts as Hurricane Ian batters the state of Florida. FEMA Administrator Deanne Criswell said the storm will leave a “catastrophic footprint.”  » Subscribe to MSNBC: http://on.msnbc.com/SubscribeTomsnbc Follow the MSNBC Midterms Elections guide to the important races across the United States as Americans prepare to cast their votes.… Continue reading Hurricane Ian Will Leave ‘Catastrophic Footprint’ Says FEMA Administrator

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