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North Carolina lawmakers mull Hurricane Florence spending

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina lawmakers on Monday were ironing out decisions on spending hundreds of millions of dollars to clean up from Hurricane Florence and help the storm’s victims. The..
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Breaking News: USD falls but recovers quickly as the NFP badly disappoints with 134K

The US gained only 134,000 jobs in September, far worse than expected. It may be the result of the Florence storm. Wages are up by 0.3% moM as expected. The US Dollar initially fell across the..
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Hurricane Michael Expected to Hit Carolinas [Video]Hurricane Michael Expected to Hit Carolinas  00:32

According to Reuters, Hurricane Michael is forecast to hit Florida on Wednesday, and then sweep across the Carolinas, which will deliver even more rain to an area still trying to recover from Hurricane..

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Ivanka Trump Visits And Hugs Victims Of Hurricane Florence [Video]Ivanka Trump Visits And Hugs Victims Of Hurricane Florence  00:55

Ivanka Trump went to the Carolina's to help the victims of the recent hurricane Florence storm. Watch here.

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Dog survives nearly 2 weeks on couch in flooded home [Video]Dog survives nearly 2 weeks on couch in flooded home  00:48

A dog in North Carolina floated on a couch in the middle of a flooded house for nearly two weeks in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence. After the storm, he was saved by the Humane Society of Missouri,..

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Families struggle to recover from Florence [Video]Families struggle to recover from Florence  04:12

Families are struggling to recover from Florence after the storm caused severe flooding in parts of North and South Carolina. CBS News national correspondent Manuel Bojorquez joins CBSN talk more about..

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Trump Tours Storm Damage in the Carolinas [Video]Trump Tours Storm Damage in the Carolinas  00:46

During a briefing about the storm, President Trump praised ongoing federal response and recovery efforts.

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Flooding From Florence Is Worse Thanks to Rising Sea Levels [Video]Flooding From Florence Is Worse Thanks to Rising Sea Levels  01:36

Experts can measure just how much higher Florence's floodwaters got thanks to sea level rise.

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Dog survives nearly 2 weeks on couch in flooded home

A dog in North Carolina floated on a couch in the middle of a flooded house for nearly two weeks in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence. After the storm, he was saved by the Humane Society of Missouri,..
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10 days after Hurricane Florence, fresh chaos in S. Carolina

10 days after Hurricane Florence came ashore, storm causes fresh chaos across Carolinas
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Wrath of Florence: Storm cuts into lives, business and progress in North Carolina

As of Sept. 19, Hurricane Florence had killed 37 people – 27 in North Carolina, roughly 10,000 homes have been destroyed or damaged, hundreds of businesses are still without power, hog lagoons are..
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Viewpoint: Flood insurance fiasco will make hurricane losses worse

Hurricane Florence may not have been a storm of the century, but its impact will last longer than you think.
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Florence shows how storm coverage is politicized

NEW YORK (AP) — Donald Trump Jr.’s attack tweet this week showing CNN’s Anderson Cooper waist-deep in flood waters has driven home the point that politics — not just weather — was an..
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Floodwaters receding in North Carolina, but long recovery ahead

President Trump visits North Carolina on Wednesday to see damage caused by Hurricane Florence. The storm is now blamed for at least 37 deaths. DeMarco Morgan reports.
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United States: What Issues May Employers Be Required To Address As Hurricane Florence Threatens? - Ford & Harrison LLP

As the East Coast of the U.S. braces for Hurricane Florence, the approaching storm serves as a reminder that employers should be prepared to address storm-related issues if they are required to close..
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Florence strands boats on land in New Bern, N.C.

Drone footage surveys the damage caused by flooding in New Bern, N.C. The area was hit hard by Florence's storm surge.
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FEMA's Brock Long defends Trump's Puerto Rico death dispute, says study's are "all over the place"

FEMA Administrator Brock Long joins John Dickerson from FEMA headquarters to give an update on the agency’s response to tropical storm Florence and what to expect from the storm in the coming days.
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Florence's death toll is now at least 11; soaking rains continue to fall

Officials in South Carolina confirmed the state’s first fatality from the still dangerous Tropical Storm Florence, bringing the storm’s total death toll to at least 11.
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Slow-moving Tropical Storm Florence claims at least 7 lives in Carolinas as rainfall continues

Officials in South Carolina confirmed the state’s first fatality from the still dangerous Tropical Storm Florence, bringing the storm’s total death toll to at least seven.
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One person has died in South Carolina as a result of Florence, bringing storm death toll to five

UNION, S.C. (AP) — One person has died in South Carolina as a result of Florence, bringing storm death toll to five.
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Surging Seas, Floods and Rescues as Florence Roars Ashore

The storm made landfall near Wilmington, N.C., and had contributed to the deaths of at least five people. Hundreds more had to be rescued.
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FEMA Chief Brock Long: Florence Performing 'Exactly as Predicted'

Hurricane Florence is doing "exactly as predicted," and the storm surge and flooding remain the major dangers, FEMA Administrator Brock Long said Friday after the eye of the storm made landfall.
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Florence storm surge at about 7 feet in Beaufort, North Carolina

As Hurricane Florence makes landfall, David Begnaud reports from a hotel pool in Beaufort, North Carolina. The hotel sustained some damage.
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