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Thailand, Ron DeSantis, Hurricane Ian, midterms, MLS: Daily Briefing

At least 35 people are dead including 24 children after a man armed with a gun and knife stormed a nursery in northeast Thailand, police said. Hurricane Ian is disrupting Florida’s midterm election in heavily red regions of the state.

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35 killed in attack beginning at Thailand childcare center

A gunman killed at least 24 children and 11 adults Thursday in an attack that began at a childcare center in northeastern Thailand. The initial attack came at about 12:30 pm when the man, identified as a former police officer, entered the childcare center in the town of Nongbua Lamphu, authorities said. Police say the man then fled the scene, shooting from his car as he drove home, where he killed his wife and child before taking his own life. A spokesperson said the fatalities also include two teachers and one police officer. Read more

What Hurricane Ian means for the midterms — and 2024

Hurricane Ian is significantly disrupting Florida’s midterm election in a highly-populated and heavily-Republican region, potentially impacting voter turnout in part of the state that’s critical for the reelection bids of Gov. Ron DeSantis and US Sen. Marco Rubio. Ian slammed into Southwest Florida as a powerful Category 4 hurricane, with the most significant damage in four coastal counties with a combined 1.3 million voters. Read more

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