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Under a plea deal brokered in 2007, Jeffrey Epstein served just 13 months and was granted work release. He is seen here at a New York City event in 2005. Patrick McMullan/Patrick McMullan via Getty Image hide caption

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A boat moved by Hurricane Michael rests near a canal in May in Mexico Beach, Fla. Seven months after the hurricane made landfall, the town is still littered with heavily damaged or destroyed homes and businesses. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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'Everyone Would Have Left': Putting Lessons From Hurricane Michael To Work

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Sheriff's Deputy Who Was On Duty The Day Of Parkland Shooting Arrested

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Princess Cruise Lines and its parent company Carnival Corporation have agreed to pay a $20 million criminal penalty for environmental violations. Casey Rodgers/AP hide caption

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Carnival Corp. Agrees To $20 Million Fine For Pollution Violations

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Mayor Margo Anderson stands in front of a storm-damaged home in downtown Lynn Haven, Fla. Much of her town sustained catastrophic damage during Hurricane Michael last year. William Widmer for NPR hide caption

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No Move To Tighten Building Codes As Hurricane Season Starts In Florida

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Customs And Border Protection Downplays Plan To Ship Migrants To South Florida

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Feds To Release Migrants Into Florida Communities, Local Officials Say

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In the aftermath of Hurricane Michael last year, a woman tries to recover belongings from the place where her house once stood in Mexico Beach, Florida. Hector Retamal/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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With Hurricane Season Approaching, Researchers Work To Better Predict Storm Intensity

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Trump Campaigns In Florida While Hurricane Victims Wait For Disaster Aid

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Florida House Approves Bill That Limits Voting Rights For People Convicted Of Felonies

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U.S. Virgin Islands Governor: 'Emergency Fast Track Process' Needed For Federal Aid

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Damaged power lines hang over a street after Hurricane Irma hit the U.S. Virgin Islands on Sept. 6, 2017. That same month, another Category 5 hurricane hit the U.S. territory. Ricardo Arduengo/AP hide caption

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After 2 Hurricanes, A 'Floodgate' Of Mental Health Issues In U.S. Virgin Islands

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Virgin Islands Schools Are Still Facing Challenges From Hurricanes Irma And Maria

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Florida Lawmakers Jump Into National Debate Over Illegal Immigration

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