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    Why people may have to reconsider how they prepare for storms following Hurricane Ian

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  • Scientists point to climate change as main driver of intensifying hurricanes

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  • Ian downgraded to post-tropical storm after hitting South Carolina

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

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

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

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  • Hurricane Ian makes landfall in South Carolina

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  • Looking back at the last 24 hours as Florida begins to rebuild after Hurricane Ian

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  • Biden administration vows to fund Florida’s cleanup cost

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  • Supreme Court to start new term amid lowest ever approval rating

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  • South Carolina braces for Hurricane Ian’s expected landfall as category 1 storm

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  • Team Rubicon ‘helping people on their worst day’ following Hurricane Ian

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  • 'Gangsta's Paradise' rapper Coolio dead at 59

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  • Putin set to formally announce annexation of 4 Ukrainian regions

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  • White House reacts to Biden gaffe asking if deceased congresswoman is at event

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  • Hurricane Ian heads toward South Carolina after severely damaging Florida

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  • Port Charlotte couple trying to get home after evacuating to Fort Lauderdale with newborn

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  • Ian strengthened to Category 1 hurricane headed toward Georgia, Carolinas

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

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

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Life in the San Francisco Bay Area while ‘sheltering-in-place'

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Nearly 7 million residents in the San Francisco Bay Area are in a state of “shelter-in-place.” That means only places like grocery stores, pharmacies and hospitals are open to the public, but even those have restrictions. NBC News’ Jacob Ward reports from his house on lockdown to explain how the California government came to this decision.