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Researcher Michael Black's ashes were wrapped in the Virginia state flag before being dropped into the eye of Hurricane Michael. Black helped pioneer the use of a device dropped into hurricanes to measure wind speed and air pressure. Courtesy NOAA hide caption

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NOAA Researcher's Ashes Were Dropped Into The Eye Of Hurricane Michael

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Ashes Of Pioneering Meteorologist Were Scattered Into Hurricane Michael

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Trump Delivers Speech In Miami, Continuing Support For Venezuelan Opposition Leader

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Parkland Community Remembers Victims Of Deadly High School Shooting A Year Later

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One Year After Deadly Shooting, Parkland Parents Call For School Board Changes

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Debris litters Tyndall Air Force Base following Hurricane Michael in October 2018. Now the Air Force is rebuilding the base to be more resistant to future storms. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Tyndall Air Force Base, Hit By Hurricane Michael, Resumes More Operations

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Thousands of people watch as the temple by renowned Burning Man artist Best is set ablaze on March 21, 2015, in Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Charles McQuillan/Getty Images hide caption

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To Honor Parkland Victims, David Best Is Building A Temple, Then Setting It On Fire

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Months After Hurricane Michael, Florida Families Remain Homeless

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In early October, Hurricane Michael devastated Florida's Panhandle, leaving beachside communities in ruins. The cost of removing debris from Mexico Beach, including its canals, is expected to top $25 million. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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'Struggling Here With Just Living' In The Aftermath Of Hurricane Michael

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Government Shutdown Stalls Preparedness For Hurricane Season

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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Suspends Broward County Sheriff From Elected Office

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South Florida voters cast their vote late in the day at a busy polling center in Miami on Nov. 6, 2018. Rhona Wise /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Florida Law Restoring The Vote To Felons Takes Effect

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Peter Brown was held by the county sheriff at the direction of Immigration and Customs Enforcement because the agency erroneously identified him as a Jamaican here illegally and flagged him for deportation. In fact, Brown was born in Philadelphia, raised in New Jersey and has seen Jamaica only once, briefly on a cruise. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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ICE Detained The Wrong Peter Brown

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