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    ‘This entire area was once a marina’: Catastrophic damage in Florida

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  • Inside the Latino vote: Younger voters and a familiar geographic divide

    02:12
  • Full Scott: Building resilience in Florida for future hurricanes requires ‘balance’

    09:52
  • Hurricane devastation and Russian aggression prove the UFO election rule: ‘The unforeseen will occur’

    01:28
  • Full Panel: 'This map is completely turning around'

    11:01
  • Charlotte County, Fla. commissioner: ‘It’s pure devastation’

    05:56
  • ‘Expect to see the death toll go up’ as officials clear homes hit by Hurricane Ian

    04:29
  • Like ‘a wooden roller coaster inside a carwash’: NOAA hurricane hunter describes flight into Ian

    04:24
  • Putin is ‘trying to scare the West’ with nuclear threats: Fmr. Amb. to Russia

    06:41
  • Remembering Bill Plante, longtime CBS News White House correspondent

    00:48
  • After Ian, Fort Myers Fire Chief is seeing a ‘heavy, heavy surge’ in damage

    05:01
  • Rescue volunteer: Ian has passed but ‘the storm is just beginning’

    04:48
  • Over 800 rescue teams working in Florida following Tropical Storm Ian's destruction

    02:38
  • The wide world of U.S. gun culture

    30:02
  • Universal background checks, gun licenses not required in 30 states

    01:36
  • Full Panel: ‘Somewhere in America, somebody is being shot’

    17:01
  • America's 77 million gun owners are more diverse than you think

    08:49
  • Hurricane Ian leaves 'complete devastation' in Cuba

    02:23
  • ‘Response should be devastating’ if Russia uses nuclear weapons, Polish foreign minister says

    06:29
  • MTP Compressed: Putin escalates war in Ukraine as congressional divisions grow deeper on election reform

    02:21

Despite rising infections, DHS Sec. says 'We're doing a great job' on covid

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Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad Wolf tells Chuck Todd that the White House guidances on re-opening the country are "safe and reasonable" despite sustained infection rates.