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But the impact on the West overall would be dramatic.
Facebook said it is cooperating with investigators and declined to comment further.
Residents of these hard-hit and isolated islands worry they’ll continue to be invisible to a reeling mainland.
The facility’s “overall rating was listed as “below average.”
Regulators in Oregon, Washington and Colorado are trying to tame what has proven to be an unruly crop of home growers.
In 1935, at least 408 people died when another cyclone slammed into the Florida Keys.
Conservative Republicans bristle at any new spending that doesn’t include corresponding cuts elsewhere.
The president is eager for a bipartisan tax deal.
One in three homes were destroyed in hardest-hit areas.
Nearly 7 million people — more than a quarter of the population of Florida — have been advised to evacuate over several states.
‘Everyone’s freaking out’
Senate passage expected by week’s end
Fierce hurricane winds extend 45 miles from its center.
Keith Schiller has worked for Trump for nearly two decades.
Several thousand people a week will begin losing their legal right to work in the U.S. as of March 6.
The end of September or it’s back to the drawing board
Each year on average, the flood insurance program pays out $3 billion more than it collects in premiums.