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Florence's floods claim more lives, as pollution concerns mount

Death toll fro Florence rises

Hurricane Florence's rains have finally left the Carolinas, but the risks there are growing with rising rivers.

The big picture: Florence's death toll had risen to 32 by Tuesday, with the storm shattering rainfall records in the Carolinas and ranking as an event that had less than a 0.1% chance of occurring in any given year. (In other words, this was a 1,000-year event for many.) Floodwaters have breached at least two storage facilities for coal ash, and hog farms that dot the landscape of eastern North Carolina are reportedly leaking waste into floodwaters.

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Los Angeles may become largest city yet to ban fur clothing

Los Angeles bans fur clothingThis city will decide the fate of lucky rabbit's feet -- not to mention coats, handbags and ear muffs -- as it considers Tuesday whether to ban natural fur from sale in clothing.

If the Los Angeles City Council goes ahead with a ban, it could make the city the largest in the country to ban fur.

The motion would "prohibit the manufacture and sale of fur products, including apparel made in whole or in part of fur, or any fashion accessory." Besides mink stoles or fur-trimmed jackets, the ban would include  handbags, shoes, hats, earmuffs, jewelry, and key chains.

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Stormy Daniels memoir accuses Trump of sex, lies and cheating

Stormy Daiels book tells all

The British media outlet The Guardian has obtained a copy of porn actress Stormy Daniels' soon-to-be released memoir Full Disclosure, and the tale apparently is as salacious as the title would indicate.

Daniels explains her claim that she slept with President Donald Trump in 2006, why she decided to sign a $130,000 hush agreement in the days preceding Trump's 2016 election, and why she later decided to go public with her story.

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Gov Watchdog: EPA failed to properly monitor asbestos at schools

Gov. Watchdog: EPA failed to properly monitor asbestos in schools

The government watchdog overseeing the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) found that the agency failed in its duties to properly monitor asbestos levels at schools.

Between fiscal years 2011 and 2015, the EPA only conducted 13 percent of the school inspections it was responsible for statewide, an EPA Office of Inspector General (IG) report released Monday found.

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Texas Board Votes To Cut Hillary Clinton, Helen Keller From History Courses

Hillary Clinton Cut from Dallas TextbooksThe Texas State Board of Education voted Friday to remove mentions of Hillary Clinton and Helen Keller from the state’s mandatory history curriculum — but will keep in Moses’ influence on U.S. founding documents, The Dallas Morning News reported.

The changes are part of an effort to selectively ”streamline” information in history classes for some 5.4 million schoolchildren.

As a part of the board’s assessment, each historical figure was given a numerical importance rating from one to 20 by committee members, according to the newspaper. Clinton, the first woman in U.S. history to win a presidential nomination by a major political party, only ranked a five. Keller, a writer and activist born in 1888 who was the first deaf and blind American to earn a college degree, rated a seven.

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With "Angry Waters" Rising, Officials Warn Of Risk To Life From Florence

Waters rising in NC

Tropical Depression Florence is continuing to bring relentless, torrential rain to much of the South. Florence has already set a record for rainfall in the state of North Carolina, and thousands have evacuated to shelters in North and South Carolina to ride out the storm.

Florence was downgraded to a tropical depression on Sunday morning, but officials warn the worst of the storm is not yet over, with river levels rising, along with the risk of flash floods. The storm's death toll has reached at least 14, and officials expect that number to grow.

"Flood waters are still raging across parts of our state, and the risk to life is rising with the angry waters," said North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper on Sunday. "The storm has never been more dangerous than it is now."

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Prosecutor: Border agent charged in 2-week killing spree

Boder patro supervisor accused of serial killingsTexas authorities have charged a U.S. Border Patrol supervisor with murdering four female sex workers during a two-week killing spree that ended when a fifth woman escaped from him and found help.

Juan David Ortiz was arrested Saturday after he was found hiding in a truck in a hotel parking lot in Laredo.

Webb County District Attorney Isidro Alaniz says he was charged with four counts of murder as well as aggravated assault and unlawful restraint.

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