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Hurricane Ian
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Slightly more than half Ian’s victims drowned, the latest data shows, underscoring what experts call a frequently overlooked reality: Water usually kills more people than wind.
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Vice President Harris's sport utility vehicle was immobilized in an accident Monday when her Secret Service driver hit a curb.  The alert to senior officials initially failed to include key information about what happened.
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Flight attendants had a rough few years during the pandemic, but thousands of newcomers are still applying for jobs.
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The oil production cut, led by Russia and Saudi Arabia, could add to inflation pressures and undercut efforts to help Ukraine.
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