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Throughout Houston, thousands are struggling every day to find a place to call home.
The labor of saving and serving flood victims seems without end. The relief workers, exhausted, push on.
Throughout southeast Texas, rainfall of biblical proportions has flooded tens of thousands of people out of their homes.
Among those killed were a woman who fled Iran to escape Islamic extremism, a father of six, a man who had recently returned from retirement to work and the manager of a coffee shop where the shooting took place — 14 souls in all.
The inquiry into the news anchor’s history will include his coverage of Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
Soldiers on all military bases, including Fort Hood, are not armed while on post, nor are they permitted to carry any privately owned firearms.
Robocalls, provisional ballot shortages and the new voter ID law are causing confusion at polling places in Pennsylvania.
A member of the New Black Panther Party returns to the same polling place where he was once charged with voter intimidation.