Cleaning up damage from Hurricane Delta

Louisiana Cleans Up After Multiple Hurricanes

Louisiana is cleaning up after Hurricane Delta made landfall. 350,000 customers were without power the morning after.

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0:38Donald Neely poses for a photo in Houston.
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A Black Man Is Suing Texas Police, City For Leading Him With Rope

2:37The US Supreme Court, October 2020
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Upcoming Supreme Court Cases May Have Major Impact After Election

1:01Regeneron CEO Leonard Schleifer
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Regeneron CEO: Antibody Treatment Not A Proven Cure

0:51Fallen trees, roof destruction and blue tarps as seen in the aftermath of Hurricane Delta.
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U.S. Gulf Coast Begins Hurricane Delta Recovery

1:54Amy Coney Barrett on Capitol Hill, September 2020
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The Life And Views Of Judge Amy Coney Barrett

0:58Denver skyline
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One Person Dead, Suspect Arrested After Denver Protest

1:03Houses surrounded by flood waters are seen in the aftermath of Hurricane Delta Saturday Oct. 10, 2020, in Welsh, LA
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As Hurricane Delta Dies Off, Appalachia Still Faces Flooding Dangers

1:11Ernest Jack moves near his home that was hit by Hurricane Laura ahead of Hurricane Delta on Friday.
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Hurricane Delta Weakens But Flooding Threatens Mississippi, Tennessee

1:01Members of Jewish Orthodox community turnout Wednesday after COVID-19 restrictions reinstated.
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New COVID-19 Restrictions Draw Ire From Orthodox Community In Brooklyn

1:53A patient receives an influenza vaccine.
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CDC, AMA Focus On Urging Minority Communities To Get Flu Shot

0:57Photo of Alvin Cole, who an officer fatally shot in February
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Family of Black Teen Killed by Officer Arrested at Protest

0:51Former Officer Shaun Lucas's booking photo
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Texas Officer Fired After Shooting Black Man

0:37President Donald Trump stands with Judge Amy Coney Barrett as they arrive for a news conference
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D.C. Health Officials Urge Testing For White House Guests

0:43Yale University
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Justice Department Sues Yale University Over Admissions Process

5:20Rear cabin on a Delta Air Lines jet
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After Newsy Report, Airlines Admit Pilot Mask Policies Have Exceptions

1:15A branch of Chase bank in New York
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JPMorgan Chase Funding $30B To Fix "Systemic Racism" In Banking

2:57Officer in camouflage as FBI and police raid Hartland, Michigan home investigating kidnap plot against governor.
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13 Charged In Plot To Kidnap Michigan Governor, Storm State Capitol

2:42Scientists in a lab study monoclonal antibodies.
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Can You Get The 'Antibody Cocktail' The President Got For COVID?

1:01Satellite image of Hurricane Delta in the Gulf of Mexico.
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Hurricane Delta Strengthening In Gulf Prior To Landfall

2:10Members of the 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment place flags... at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington.
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Bill Aims to Protect Veteran Family Benefits in COVID-Related Deaths

1:23Louise Glück
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Nobel Prize In Literature Awarded To American Poet Louise Glück

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Charges Against ISIS Beatles 'A Long Time Coming' Says Victim's Mother

1:09Jonathan Price
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Affidavit Says Texas Police Officer Shot Jonathan Price 4 Times

2:06FILE - In this May 2018 file photo, new graduates line up before the start of a community college commencement.
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Community College Fall Enrollments Drop Amid Pandemic

1:47Census taker with bag
U.S. Census Bureau

Appellate Panel Says Census Count Can Continue Through End Of October

3:11A military member reads to loved ones with the help of "United Through Reading."
United Through Reading

Military Families Adapt To The Unknown During The Pandemic

0:50Wauwatosa Police Officer Joseph Mensah
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Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, Police Declare Unlawful Assembly, Use Tear Gas

0:31U.S. troops in Afghanistan
U.S. Army

President Says U.S. Troops In Afghanistan Should Be Home By Christmas

0:45Jacob Blake in a Milwuakee hospital
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Jacob Blake Discharged From Hospital

1:01Courtroom sketch of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin alongside his defense attorney.
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Police Officer Charged In George Floyd's Death Released From Custody