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Florida Businesses Struggle To Reopen Without Power After Irma

Many are without power or phone service. Their ability to reopen depends on the restoration of electricity, but also on whether employees can get to work through blocked roads and downed power lines.

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After Heavy Damage, Florida Keys Residents Anxiously Wait To Return Home

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Florida Businesses Struggle To Reopen Without Power After Irma

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Hillary Clinton Is 'Done,' But Not Going Away

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Razor Rim Wynton Marsalis
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Cassini Spacecraft Prepares For A Fiery Farewell In Saturn's Atmosphere

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Stolen Moments The Six Parts Seven
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Researchers set out to answer this question: Is there a safe level of alcohol consumption during pregnancy? Turns out, that's a hard question to answer. The advice remains: Don't risk it. Tim Clayton/Corbis/Getty Images hide caption

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Is One Drink OK For Pregnant Women? Around The Globe, The Answer Is No

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Ham Hocks and Cabbage Christian McBride Trio & Christian McBride
Wata Wasuri Tito Puente
Scrapple From the Apple Dexter Gordon

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With Power Out, Many Florida Gas Stations Remain Closed

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When Hurricanes Churn, A Little Hotel Becomes Something More

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As This Moment Slips Away Joshua Redman & The Bad Plus
Right Now Mocean Worker
Cornbread Crumbled in Gravy Regina Carter
Franklin Avenue Brad Mehldau
Low Rider Vitamin String Quartet