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Hurricane Ian, NASA, Oath Keepers, Shinzo Abe: Daily Briefing

As Hurricane Ian rockets toward Florida, the Tampa Bay area prepares for catastrophic storm surge threats. NASA tried to move an asteroid in space — and it worked. Members of the Oath Keepers will stand trial for a rare Civil War-era offense.

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Hurricane Ian aims at Florida

A strengthening Hurricane Ian’s rain and winds are lashing Cuba’s western tip as it roared on a path that could see it hit Florida’s west coast as a Category 4 hurricane. Officials in Cuba’s Pinar del Rio province evacuated 50,000 people ahead of Ian’s expected landfall early Tuesday as a major hurricane. Hurricane Ian’s forecast path northward near the Florida coast threatens millions, especially a potentially deadly and devastating storm surge that could push into bays and streams, flooding homes and businesses thousands inland. Read more

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