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Boeing is in talks to buy Spirit AeroSystems, the supplier that builds the fuselage of the 737 at its factory in Wichita, Kan. Courtesy of Spirit AeroSystems hide caption

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Wichita Air Capital

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Hurricane Ian passes over western Cuba in 2022, as captured by a U.S. weather satellite. Climate change is causing more extreme weather, and creates new challenges for weather forecasters. AP/NOAA hide caption

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Weather Service FAQ

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Linville Gorge is sometimes called the Grand Canyon of the East. It sprawls over 12,000 rugged acres of U.S. Forest Service land in western North Carolina, but some trails are accessible enough for a quick day hike. Brian Mann/NPR hide caption

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Hiking North Carolina's Linville Gorge Wilderness area

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A strong dollar reinforces America's economic might and helps bring down inflation — but it also hurts exporters. Paul J. Richards/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Strong Dollar

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Apple software chief Craig Federighi, right, pictured with exec John Giannandrea, announced a partnership with OpenAI to bring AI features to its products. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu) Jeff Chiu/AP hide caption

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OPEN AI TECH ON APPLE DEVICES

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Costly hail storms and other disasters have contributed to a sharp rise in home and auto insurance premiums. A growing number of frustrated insurance customers are now shopping around in search of more affordable policies. Patrick T. Fallon/AFP hide caption

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Soaring insurance rates send more people shopping for deals

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Double-digit price increases have people shopping for less expensive insurance

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