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    Jan. 6 hearing likely on Oct. 13 after Hurricane Ian postponement

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  • Full Panel: Lawmakers have ‘little incentive’ to condemn former President Trump’s violent rhetoric

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  • Puerto Ricans ‘frustrated at lackluster’ federal response to damage a month after Hurricane Fiona

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  • Democrats and Republicans court the diverse Latino voting bloc in midterm races

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  • As Florida prepares to rebuild after Ian, the ‘state is in an insurance meltdown’

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  • Officials delayed evacuation orders as ‘catastrophic and life-threatening’ storm surge hit Lee County

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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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  • 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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  • Remembering Bill Plante, longtime CBS News White House correspondent

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

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

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

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  • Hurricane Ian leaves 'complete devastation' in Cuba

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

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  • Ali Arouzi: ‘The internet is completely down in Iran'

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  • Full Panel: Midterm candidates should realize kitchen table issues are ‘different’ across country

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  • Republicans are winning the big dollar donation race: Here are their top donors

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Schools face severe teacher shortage heading into the fall

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Low pay, burnout and stress are among the many reasons behind the nationwide teacher shortage. Carlton Jenkins, superintendent of the Madison Metropolitan School District in Wisconsin, and Jesus Jara, superintendent of Clark County school in the Las Vegas area say there needs to be a fundamental change to K-12 public education.