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Fetterman-vs.-Oz Campaign Turns to a Focus on Criminal Justice

As Pennsylvania’s lieutenant governor, John Fetterman has pushed for second chances for certain convicts. But crime has become a focal point for Republicans nationwide in the 2022 elections.

A Major Hurricane Has Not Hit Tampa for Over 100 Years

In October 1921, a hurricane that slammed into southwest Florida killed at least eight people, causing widespread destruction and flooding parts of downtown Tampa.

Cuba Loses Electricity in Wake of Hurricane Ian

Two people were killed by the storm, which caused extensive damage and flooding in western Cuba.

Florida Airports Plan Closures As Hurricane Ian Approaches

Planes were being moved, runways closed and flights canceled as airports prepared for the storm.

Florida’s Tampa Bay and Southwest Brace for Hurricane Ian

The storm could bring a level of destruction that many in the densely populated Tampa Bay and Southwest Florida regions have never experienced.

Youngkin Stumps With Kemp in Georgia, Urging Conservatives to Vote

Brian Kemp’s re-election campaign has drawn a string of Republicans who have kept Donald Trump at a relative arm’s length.

Biden Maintains Current Cap on Refugee Entries

The decision to leave the cap at 125,000 was a contrast with the Trump administration, which severely restricted entry, but advocacy groups said migrants were still processed too slowly.

Roger Stone Promoted Violence, Then Sought Pardon After Jan. 6, Evidence Shows

The texts from Mr. Stone are among the evidence expected to be presented at the House investigative committee’s next hearing, which was postponed because of Hurricane Ian.

Senate Advances Measure to Avert Government Shutdown

The vote on Tuesday came after Senator Joe Manchin agreed to leave out a plan to make it easier to build energy infrastructure projects, including a gas pipeline in his home state of West Virginia.

House Jan. 6 Panel Faces Key Decisions as It Wraps Up Work

The committee investigating the attack on the Capitol postponed what was to be its first hearing since July on Wednesday, as it enters the final stage of its inquiry.

Biden Says Social Security Is on ‘Chopping Block’ if Republicans Win Congress

The fate of America’s social safety net programs has re-emerged as a campaign issue ahead of November’s midterm elections.

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