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About 1.7 million remain without power in Ian’s path; storm treks through North Carolina: Live updates

The death toll rose to 27 as Ian, now a post-tropical cyclone, churned northward across central North Carolina toward Virginia. Live updates.

     

‘It’s a nightmare, but we’re alive’: After Hurricane Ian, Fort Myers residents mourn low-lying neighborhoods

In Fort Myers, Hurricane Ian’s destruction didn’t affect all neighborhoods equally.

     

Tom Brady, AFC West among NFL’s seven biggest September disappointments | Opinion

There’s still a ton of football to be played, but these players and teams disappointed in the first month of the 2022 NFL season.

     

‘SNL’ returns ‘live from New York’ October 1. See who’s joined (and left) the cast.

It’s almost showtime! “Saturday Night Live” will debut its 48th season this weekend, fresh off of an Emmy win for Outstanding Variety Sketch Series.

     

‘They never talk about Everglades’: A fishing community versed in struggle bands together after Hurricane Ian

Everglades City, a small fishing town with a hardscrabble history, is digging out from yet another hurricane: “We know the routine,” says one local.

     

CDC warns of severe illnesses from monkeypox as Ohio reports death of a monkeypox patient

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a new warning to health care providers Thursday about severe illnesses in people with monkeypox.

GM’s Cruise wants to add 5,000 more robotaxis to American streets. This city warns it could backfire

GM’s self-driving car subsidiary Cruise said earlier this year that it wants to add as many as 5,000 more robotaxis to American streets, including in San Francisco, where it currently maintains a fleet of fewer than 100 cars. But the city says the robo…

Fed’s preferred measure of inflation shows prices surged again last month

After hitting an alarming 40-year high in June, the Federal Reserve’s preferred benchmark for consumer inflation is once again flashing a warning sign about the persistence of high prices.

Anyone can now use powerful AI tools to make images. What could possibly go wrong?

If you’ve ever wanted to use artificial intelligence to quickly design a hybrid between a duck and a corgi, now is your time to shine.

Miami Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa carted off field during loss to Bengals, expected to fly home with team

Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa was carted off during Thursday’s loss to Bengals but was expected to fly home with team after visit to local hospital.

     

Florida’s skyrocketing population puts millions more at risk when a huge storm like Ian strikes

In the last 10 years, millions of people have moved to Florida, meaning more people are at risk when a hurricane or tropical storm hits the state.

     

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