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Hurricane Florence: North Carolina Floods

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News Brief: Manafort Expected To Plead Guilty In D.C., Massachusetts Explosions, Hurricane Latest

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News Brief: Hurricane Latest, Funeral For Botham Jean, CBS Fires Executive

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News Brief: Hurricane Heads Toward Carolinas, Trump Approval At 39 Percent, Basra

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Green algae is seen in the St. Lucie River in Stuart, Fla. Local GOP Rep. Brian Mast is making legislation to deal with the algae problem a focus of his re-election campaign, as his Democratic opponent Lauren Baer criticizes him for doing "too little, too late." Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Toxic Algae Seeps Into Florida Congressional Races

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This 760 square-foot cottage, elevated and built to FEMA standards, is one of several planned homes that will serve as workforce housing in the Florida Keys. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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Tiny House In The Florida Keys Brings Hope To A Workforce Still Displaced

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Marjory Stoneman Douglas Students Weigh In On School's New Security Measures

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At Coquina Beach, crews are out early using beach rakes to clear dead fish. The fish are dying because of a toxic algae bloom known as red tide. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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Florida's Gulf Coast Battles Deadly And Smelly Red Tide

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Florida Man Charged With Manslaughter In Fatal Parking Lot Shooting

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