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A sailor has been acquitted of setting a fire that destroyed a massive ship

A military judge on Friday acquitted a sailor of arson in a fire that destroyed the USS Bonhomme Richard, a blow to the Navy as it faces allegations of improper training and maintenance of the ship.

Florida nursing homes evacuated 1000s before Ian hit. Some weathered the storm

Some have required rescues, while others are hunkered down and depending on generator power as crews begin to sort through the damage.

The journey a number of econ terms recently went through to get into the dictionary

Earlier this month, Merriam Webster added over 300 new words to the dictionary. A number of econ terms were on the list.

Gen Z is feeling the impacts of high inflation extra hard

Inflation is on everyone’s minds right now. Gen Z Americans are experiencing it in different and sometimes surprising ways.

What the devastation in Florida looks like from above

The extent of Hurricane Ian’s damage isn’t fully known yet and officials say it could take days if not longer to get a full sense. But the devastation in Florida is apparent when seen from above.

Texas Rangers investigate the killing of a migrant and the wounding of another

Texas Rangers are investigating the killing of a migrant and the wounding of another. Two men have been arrested in the attack, which took place on a group walking along a remote highway.

People of faith are turning out at this clinic in support of abortion rights

A medical clinic in Spokane, Wash., has become a destination for those protesting abortion in the name of God. But some of the clinic’s Christians allies are contributing a different theological view.

Crime is in the spotlight in the U.S. Senate race in Wisconsin

Republican Sen. Ron Johnson is in a tight race against Democrat Mandela Barnes in the U.S. Senate race in Wisconsin. Rising crime has become a major issue in the campaign for both parties.

Storm causes 200,000 people in South Carolina to lose power

After exiting Florida and revving up over the Atlantic Ocean, Hurricane Ian made another landfall, this time in South Carolina. The storm surge and flooding is potentially life threatening.

Americans’ incomes rose last month, but spending — due to inflation — grew faster

A new inflation report shows prices rose more than expected last month. The Federal Reserve is likely to keep raising interest rates in an effort to curb demand and bring inflation under control.

Ian has passed through Fort Myers, but the area is still without water or power

Hurricane Ian pulverized Fort Myers Beach in Florida. The devastation is stunning in its scale and scope. And rescue crews haven’t been able to fully assess the situation.

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