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Now it’s South Carolina’s turn to feel Ian’s wrath | The New Daily

A revived Hurricane Ian has set its sights on South Carolina’s coast and the historic city of Charleston, with forecasters…

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Canada

Brewers turn to Corbin Burnes vs. Marlins, continue playoff push

Breadcrumb Trail Links PMN Sports Author of the article: Article content After missing a golden opportunity to move into the…

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Cuba begins to turn on lights after Ian blacks out island

HAVANA — Cuban officials said they had begun to restore some power Wednesday after Hurricane Ian knocked out electricity to the entire…

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Plan to turn off NSW Opal readers revived

Live NSW train commuters could be travelling for free as the rail union revives a plan to indefinitely deactivate Opal…

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United Kingdom

Alison Rowat: Sturgeon praises BBC host’s Strictly turn as parties tangle on tax

FALLING leaves, party conferences, and the First Minister of Scotland tweeting about Strictly Come Dancing – you hardly need to…

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As inflation remains high, concerns now turn to housing market

As inflation remains high, concerns now turn to housing market – CBS News Watch CBS News Inflation remains over 8%,…

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Canada

Orioles turn to Austin Voth in bid for bounce-back win over Astros

Breadcrumb Trail Links PMN Sports Author of the article: Publishing date: Sep 25, 2022  •  14 minutes ago  •  3 minute…

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Homeless advocates urge L.A. leaders to buy downtown hotel and turn it into housing

Homeless advocates on Friday called on city leaders to purchase the L.A. Grand Hotel, which has served as emergency shelter…

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Business

Celsius has a Hail Mary bankruptcy plan: Turn its debt into a new cryptocurrency

Since bankrupt crypto lender Celsius froze withdrawals in June, customers’ funds have been in limbo. Now, leaked audio shared with…

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Iran’s president dismisses criticism as street protests over women’s rights turn deadly

UNITED NATIONS —  As street protests in Iran turned increasingly deadly, President Ebrahim Raisi on Wednesday accused the West of maintaining…

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