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    Hurricane Ian leaves Matlacha, Pine Island residents cut off

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  • Court date for Brittney Griner appeal set for Oct. 25

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  • Florida teen dies in stolen Maserati crash

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  • New York City decision to construct temporary shelter for migrants in flood-prone parking lot met with criticism

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  • Ian's remnants bring heavy rain, harsh winds to New Jersey shore

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  • Mother of Darrell Brooks makes plea to judge in Waukesha parade trial

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  • Cape Coral residents work to clear Hurricane Ian's devastation

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  • Kim Kardashian to pay $1 million to settle SEC charges over crypto promo

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  • Supreme Court begins new term following controversial session

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  • Trial for Oath Keepers’ leader, members charged in Jan. 6 Capitol riot to begin

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  • Democrats lose support among Latino voters ahead of midterms, NBC News poll shows

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  • Biden to visit Puerto Rico to survey Hurricane Fiona response

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  • Rescue efforts underway in Florida as death toll expected to rise

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  • Relative of Marist College student in New York fatally shot at hotel during ‘Family Weekend’

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  • Teen fatally shot at Tulsa high school; witness says everyone ‘scattered’ after hearing gunshots

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  • Plane crashes into Minnesota home killing all 3 passengers, residents survive

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  • Pine Island residents stuck after Hurricane Ian destroys bridge

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  • Florida before and after photos capture scope of Hurricane Ian’s destruction

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  • DeSantis: At least 1,100 rescues in Florida in aftermath of Ian

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  • Gov. McMasters pushes optimism as recovery efforts begin: 'We're open for business'

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Study finds having wealthy friends can help people escape poverty

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A new study on reducing poverty used data from millions of Facebook accounts to measure the “economic connectedness” in the U.S. NBC News’ Joshua Johnson is joined by Stanford economics professor Matthew Jackson to break down the elements for a successful economic connection and how some communities fall short.