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Special counsel Robert S. Mueller III has charged 32 people, including 26 Russian nationals, in his ongoing probe of possible Russian influence in the 2016 presidential election
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On a recent campaign trip, President Trump threatened a tariff on cars from Canada. But, according to data to from the U.S. Commerce Department, Canada could be called the U.S.'s best major trade partner.
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A record-breaking 183 female non-incumbent candidates will be on the ballot in November. Many could make history — but most face a difficult road to victory.
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Rains from Florence have flooded many homes across the Carolinas. When a storm inundates a house, some things can often be saved.
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One step down from the Supreme Court, Trump and the GOP are quickly filling the nation’s circuit courts
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Would President Trump's threatened auto tariffs kill more U.S. jobs than Canadian ones? Explore how trade is balanced between the two nations
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Female candidates can break records in November, but a lot has to go their way
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Severe typhoon hits Hong Kong, southern China on Sunday after killing 64 in the Philippines
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Even with murder rates falling, big-city detectives face daunting caseloads. A Washington Post study found that police departments with higher caseloads tended to have lower arrest rates, while those with lower caseloads tended to have higher arrest rates.
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Often it’s not the wind from a hurricane that does the most damage, it’s the water. But sometimes, a waterlogged house can be saved. Here's how.
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A woman and her 44 siblings came from one donor’s sperm. How was this possible? The U.S. has a lack of regulation of fertility clinics, leading to enormous genetic families. Take a look at one woman's story and compare donation laws from around the world.
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Florence has dumped nearly two feet of rain in many places, and flooding is getting worse in parts of North Carolina, including Pollocksville, Lumberton, Kinston and Goldsboro. We're tracking inland flooding in real time in this graphic.
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We are tracking the damage from Florence in real time – latest rainfall, storm surges along the coast and inland flooding.
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Water, not wind, often does the most damage to houses. Here’s what happens.
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Nearly 1 million without power in the Carolinas Saturday morning as Florence continues to lash the coast. We've updated our real-time graphic with power outage info.
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Tropical storm Florence continues to batter the coast of the Carolinas with a powerful combination of wind and rain. We are mapping live rainfall and tidal gauge levels.
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Leslie Shapiro Sep 14
Incredible storm surge earlier this morning in Beaufort, north of Wrightsville Beach where Florence made landfall -- and you can see how it pulled in water from elsewhere north/south along the coast too. More of our live data, incl. rainfall totals, here:
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Monica Ulmanu Sep 14
We’re checking for latest rainfall data, storm surges along the coast and inland flooding caused by
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Walls of water are surging on the coast of the Carolinas. The biggest surge occurred just to the north of where the eye of Hurricane Florence came ashore near Wilmington, N.C. We are tracking the damage from Florence in real time.
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Paul Manafort, Trump's former campaign manager, pleaded guilty to two counts. As part of his plea, he agreed to cooperate with prosecutors. Find out who else has been charged in Mueller-linked probes, and why
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