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USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

Ian shakes SW Florida's faith but can't destroy it
In the darkness and despair wrought by Hurricane Ian, there were flickers of light and hope. With devastation abounding, churches across hard-hit Southwest Florida are providing a steadying force in the lives of the displaced. (Oct. 4) (AP Video/Robert Bumsted)      

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Oct 03, 2022

FL utility restoring power ahead of schedule
The head of Florida's largest power utility says that electricity will be fully restored to most habitable homes by the end of the week, even though the state's electric grid took a pounding from Hurricane Ian. (Oct. 3) (AP Video/Robert Bumsted)      

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Oct 03, 2022

Today in History for October 4th
Highlights of this day in history: Sputnik, the first man-made satellite, is launched into orbit; U.S. Blackhawk helicopters shot down in Somalia; Silent movie comedy star Buster Keaton born; Rock singer Janis Joplin dies of drug overdose. (Oct. 4)      

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Oct 03, 2022

California braces for dry year as drought drags on
The past three years have been California's driest on record and state officials said Monday that they're preparing for the streak to continue because the weather phenomenon known as La Nina is expected this winter. (Oct. 4) (AP Video by Terry Chea)      

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

Frustration and desperation as Ian's effects linger
Days after the skies cleared and the winds died down in Florida, Hurricane Ian's effects persisted Monday, as people faced another week without power and others were being rescued from homes inundated with lingering floodwaters. (Oct. 3)      

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Oct 03, 2022

Hurricane death toll climbs to 78; almost 550,000 Florida power customers still in the dark: Live Ian updates.
Water and electricity might not be restored to all the homes, businesses, schools and hospitals in Southwest Florida until Sunday. Updates.       

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Oct 03, 2022

Police: Five killings may be work of serial killer
A serial killer may have ambushed five men in central California separately in recent months, shooting them to death alone in the dark, and police are baffled as to why the victims were targeted. (Oct. 3)      

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

Biden to Puerto Rico: 'I'm committed to this island'
President Joe Biden visited storm-ravaged Puerto Rico Monday to survey the damage from Hurricane Fiona. He vowed the U.S. government will not abandon the island that has suffered a series of disasters in recent years. (Oct. 3)      

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Oct 03, 2022

World Record attempt for largest dog wedding
Over a hundred dogs gathered at a minor league baseball field in Illinois to attempt a Guinness World Record for the Largest Dog Wedding Ceremony. (Oct. 3)      

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

AP Top Stories October 3 P
Here's the latest for Monday, October 3: President Joe Biden visits hurricane damaged Puerto Rico; Looters warned after Florida hurricane; Nobel prize for medicine awarded for decoding Neanderthal DNA; Ringo Starr tests positive for Covid.      

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

These Florida shrimpers rode out Hurricane Ian on boats. Now, they're left without work.
The Fort Myers Beach area has the largest commercial shrimping fleet in the Gulf of Mexico. Hurricane Ian forced many shrimpers out of work.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

Planned Parenthood to launch first-of-its-kind mobile abortion clinic in Midwest
Planned Parenthood will launch a mobile clinic in Illinois: A 37-foot-long RV with a waiting room, a standard lab and exam rooms.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

Nothing can make this kid break Michael Myers character from the movie 'Halloween'
A youngster dressed as Michael Myers from the hit series "Halloween," stayed in character even after falling off a hay bail at a Kentucky event.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

Nobel win for unlocking secrets of ancient DNA
Swedish scientist Svante Paabo won this year's Nobel Prize in medicine Monday for his discoveries on human evolution that provided key insights into our immune system and what makes us unique compared with our extinct cousins, the award's panel said. (Oct. 3)      

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Oct 03, 2022

Almost 600,000 Florida power customers still in the dark, and some could be for another week. Live Ian updates.
Water and electricity might not be restored to all the homes, businesses, schools and hospitals in Southwest Florida until Sunday. Updates.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

Jaywalking will no longer be a crime in California under new law
"The Freedom To Walk Act" was signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom last week, allowing people to jaywalk as long as there is no danger of a vehicle collision.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

Officials provide update on hurricane recovery effort
Days after Hurricane Ian carved a parth of destruction through Florida, officials are making it clear the road to recovery from the storm will be long. (Oct. 3)      

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

Zoo succeeds in breeding endangered turtles
It only took two decades, but a rare and endangered turtle species has finally bred at the San Diego Zoo. Zoo officials on Monday announced the arrival of 41 tiny Indian narrow-headed softshell turtle hatchlings. (Oct. 3)      

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Oct 03, 2022

'He just grew and grew like Clifford': Fenrir named world's tallest living domestic cat
At nearly 19 inches in length, a Savannah cat from Michigan was named the world's tallest living domestic cat by Guinness World Records.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

Zoos forage for food to help feed their animals
Many zoos now gather non-native plants in their local areas to help feed their animals. (Oct. 3) (AP video by Haven Daley)      

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

Here's how you can help those affected by Hurricane Ian in Florida
Many organizations are providing food and supplies to people in need after Hurricane Ian. Here is a list of groups you can support.       

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Oct 03, 2022

Fenrir Antares Powers the record holding cat
Fenrir Antares Powers is now the tallest living domestic cat. His owner said some people mistake him for a small panther, a puma, or an ocelot.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

Many Catholic Latinos don't think abortion should be illegal, despite personal views
Polls say many Latinos don't believe abortion should be illegal, despite their personal religious objections to the procedure.       

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Oct 03, 2022

Ian's death toll climbs to 68; record flooding possible in Virginia; 600K without power in Florida: Live updates
Five days after Ian's first U.S. landfall in Florida, some the worst flooding in more than a decade could reach 1,000 miles away in Virginia. Updates.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

Russia consulate in NYC vandalized with red paint
New York City police are investigating after someone sprayed red paint across the facade of the Russian consulate. (Oct. 3) (AP Video: Mary Altaffer)      

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

Russians flee to Turkey to escape military draft
Vladimir Putin's military draft "changed everything" for throngs of Russians who have fled their country since the mobilization was announced last month, according to recent arrivals in Istanbul.      

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

Man who went viral saving cat from hurricane floodwaters now raising funds for displaced pets
Michael Ross was in Bonita Springs, Florida, when Hurricane Ian plowed through, leading him to save a cat from drowning at a nearby flooding home.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

As Ian floodwaters rose, a rush to rescue residents - and livestock: 'We ride in a boat, but the horses can't'
In Venice, Florida, rescuers plucked stranded residents from their homes and herded cattle to higher ground as the Myakka River overflowed its banks.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

Suspect in Waukesha Christmas parade attack to stand trial. Here's what to know.
The trial begins Monday for Darrell Brooks, who is charged with driving through the Waukesha Christmas Parade on Nov. 21, killing six people.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

US Postal Service workers arrested in $1.3 million fraud, identity theft scheme in NJ, NY
The DOJ reported the U.S. postal employees and an accomplice stole credit cards in the mail and then used them at a variety of high end retail stores.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

Hurricane Orlene makes landfall in Mexico as Category 1 storm with heavy rain, storm surge
Mexico will experience hurricane- and tropical storm-force conditions Monday as Hurricane Orlene slams the southwestern coast. What to know.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

Jeffrey Dahmer killed 17 people. These are the victims and what we knew about them
This is what we knew about the 17 victims killed by Jeffrey Dahmer, the subject of Netflix's show "Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story."       

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

Rescues are underway on Sanibel Island, FL Hurricane Ian's death rate continues to climb
Rescue groups are helping people trapped on Sanibel Island after Hurricane Ian destroyed the bridge connecting the island to the rest of Florida.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

Elementary teacher among three dead after plane crashes into Minnesota house
Police said a Cessna 172 plane crashed into the second floor of the home near the Duluth International Airport before coming to rest in the backyard.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

Flu shot time, seniors need revved-up shots
Doctors have a message for vaccine-weary Americans: Don't skip your flu shot this fall -- and seniors, ask for a special extra-strength kind. (Oct. 3)      

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

After Hurricane Ian was gone, 'then all the water came': Flooding stuns Florida's DeSoto County
The normally placid Peace River overflowed its banks last week in DeSoto County after Hurricane Ian brought more than 20 inches of rain in mere hours.      

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

Ian's death toll climbs to 68 as rain, flooding continue; 600K without power in Florida: Live updates
Five days after Ian's first U.S. landfall in Florida, some the worst flooding in more than a decade could reach 1,000 miles away in Virginia.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

Bolsonaro, Lula headed to a runoff on Brazil election
Brazil's top two presidential candidates will face each other in a runoff vote after neither got enough support to win outright Sunday in an election to decide if the country returns a leftist to the helm of the world's fourth-largest democracy or keeps the far-right incumbent in office.      

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

Big, bodacious and breathtaking: Fat Bear Week celebrates the brown titans of Alaska
It's that time of year again. The country will vote in the March Madness-style competition for who they think is the fattest bear of them all.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

Resident: Sanibel Island will rebuild after Ian
A photographer who helps chronicle life on Florida's Sanibel Island stayed there during Hurricane Ian. Chuck Larsen with Santiva Chronicle.com was rescued and is now in Orlando. He says he believes the Sanibel community will rebuild. (Oct. 3)      

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

Ian death toll climbs to at least 68, Brazil goes to a runoff election: 5 Things podcast
How does Hurricane Ian compare to past U.S. hurricanes?; Lula tops Bolsonaro in Brazil's election, but not by enough to avoid runoff: 5 Things podcast      

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

Bosnia election results set to bring little change
Reformists who ran on fighting corruption and clientelism in public office appeared set to win an important race in Bosnia's elections.      

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

After Hurricane Ian was gone, 'then all the water came': Floodwaters stun Florida's DeSoto County
The normally placid Peace River overflowed its banks last week in DeSoto County after Hurricane Ian brought more than 20 inches of rain in mere hours.      

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

AP Top Stories October 3 A
Here's the latest for Monday October 3rd: Dozens confirmed dead in Florida after Hurricane Ian; President Biden going to Puerto Rico to view hurricane damage; Brazilian presidential election goes to runoff; Oath Keepers founder going on trial.      

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

Florida Governor: Hurricane Ian like 500 year flood
More than 60 people are confirmed dead in Florida, days after Hurricane Ian struck the state. Fewer than 700,000 homes and businesses in Florida were still without electricity by late Sunday, down from a peak of 2.6 million. (Oct. 3)      

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

125 die in crush after tear gas at Indonesia stadium
Police firing tear gas after a soccer match in an attempt to stop violence sent a crush of fans running for the exits, leaving at least 125 people dead.      

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

Redistricting dilutes Black voters' representation
Alabama is at the center of a high-stakes redistricting case that will go before the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday, setting up a new test of the Voting Rights Act and the role of race in redistricting (October 3) (AP Video by Sharon Johnson)      

USATODAY National News
Oct 03, 2022

Stolen Ukrainian Grain Fueling Putin's War Machine
An investigation by the Associated Press and the PBS series FRONTLINE has documented a sophisticated Russian-run smuggling operation that has used falsified manifests and seaborne subterfuge to steal Ukrainian grain worth at least $530 million. (Oct. 3)      

USATODAY National News
Oct 02, 2022

Hurricane Ian death toll climbs to at least 68; over 4,000 people rescued in Florida: Updates
Confirmed fatalities from Ian include 61 in Florida, four in North Carolina and three in Cuba, where the storm made its first landfall. Updates.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 02, 2022

Russia's retreat from Lyman draws angry criticism in Moscow; Russian drone attack targets Zelenskyy's hometown: Ukraine updates
The retreat drew criticism in Moscow because Lyman is in Donetsk Oblast, a region Russia is attempting to "liberate" in Ukraine, officials say.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 02, 2022

Hurricane Ian death toll climbs to at least 68; over 4,000 people rescued in Florida: Live updates
Confirmed fatalities from Ian include 61 in Florida, four in North Carolina and three in Cuba, where the storm made its first landfall. Updates.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 02, 2022

These Floridians gathered for church in Fort Myers. They brought their Hurricane Ian survival stories.
Days after Hurricane Ian shattered Fort Myers, a local church held a service outside its damaged building. Survivors' experiences came pouring out.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 02, 2022

New video shows just how much was destroyed across Southwest Florida after Hurricane Ian
After the waters receded, residents got a first look at the destruction Hurricane Ian had on their communities in Southwest Florida.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 02, 2022

Russia's retreat from Lyman draws angry criticism in Moscow; Russian drone attack targets Zelenskyy's hometown: Ukraine live updates
The retreat drew criticism in Moscow because Lyman is in Donetsk Oblast, a region Russia is attempting to "liberate" in Ukraine, officials say.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 02, 2022

Today in History for October 3rd
Highlights of this day in history: O.J. Simpson found not guilty of murder at his criminal trial; St. Francis of Assisi dies; Germany reunifies; Baseball's 'shot heard 'round the world'; 'Captain Kangaroo' and 'Mickey Mouse Club' hit TV. (Oct. 3)      

USATODAY National News
Oct 02, 2022

Hurricane Orlene weakens to Category 3, still aiming to strike Mexico's Pacific coast
Forecasted impacts of the storm in Mexico include severe rain, storm surge and flash flooding to the region going into Monday.      

USATODAY National News
Oct 02, 2022

Ian death toll climbs to 54; over 4,000 people rescued in Florida: Live updates
Confirmed fatalities from Ian include 47 in Florida, four in North Carolina and three in Cuba, where the storm made its first landfall. Updates.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 02, 2022

AP Top Stories October 2 P
Here's the latest for Sunday, October 2nd: Hurricane Ian's death toll climbs; Brazilians vote for a new president; Violence at an Indonesian soccer match leaves at least 125 dead; Lift off, Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta kicks off.      

USATODAY National News
Oct 02, 2022

With grit and determination, wiener dogs race for glory and treats at Florida festival
See the wiener dogs with grit and determination that competed in the third annual wiener dog race in Port St. Lucie, Florida, during Oktoberfest.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 02, 2022

Retreat draws angry criticism in Russia; drone attack targets Zelenskyy's hometown: Ukraine live updates
Retreat drew public criticism in Russia because Lyman is in Donetsk Oblast, a top-priority region Russia is attempting "liberate," experts say.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 02, 2022

Poor Florida neighborhood battered by Ian
The wind, rain and storm surge from hurricanes affect everyone in their path. But those combined effects are often more of a disaster for poor people living day to day, like many in Harlem Heights, Florida (Oct. 2)(AP Video by Rebecca Santana)      

USATODAY National News
Oct 02, 2022

Bolsonaro and Lula vote in presidential election
The two main rivals for the Brazilian presidential election voted from different cities on Sunday, and both expecting to take over a new administration period. (Oct. 2) (AP Video by Mario Lobao, Tatiana Pollastri and Victor Caivano)      

USATODAY National News
Oct 02, 2022

Hurricane Orlene strengthens to Category 4, set to strike Mexico's Pacific coast
Forecasted impacts of the storm in Mexico include severe rain, storm surge and flash flooding to the region going into Monday.      

USATODAY National News
Oct 02, 2022

California police seek person responsible for five people dead in 'a series of killings'
Police said they believe a person of interest is connected to five similar homicides that took place in north Stockton over the past two months.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 02, 2022

After Hurricane Ian came the floods. These people rallied to rescue residents, horses, cows
Rescuers plucked stranded residents from their homes and herded cattle to higher ground as the Myakka River overflowed its banks.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 02, 2022

The day in pictures
A look at the day's best photographs from around the world.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 02, 2022

Pine Island residents recount horror during Ian
Paramedics and volunteers went door to door Saturday on Florida's devastated Pine Island, offering to evacuate residents who recounted the terror of riding out Hurricane Ian (Oct. 2) (AP video: Gerald Herbert)      

USATODAY National News
Oct 02, 2022

Russia attacks Zelenskyy's hometown; pope urges Putin to stop 'spiral of death': Ukraine live updates
The hometown of Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy was attacked by suicide drones as Russia pushed back against a Ukrainian offensive. Updates.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 02, 2022

Ian death toll climbs to 54; almost 1 million still without power in Florida: Live updates
Confirmed fatalities from Ian include 47 in Florida, four in North Carolina and three in Cuba, where the storm made its first landfall. Updates.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 02, 2022

AP: 10 torture sites located in Izium
When Ukrainian forces retook the city of Izium, many of the corpses in mass graves showed signs of torture. The Associated Press located 10 torture sites where survivors say they were beaten, shot and electrocuted. (Oct. 2) (AP video: Vasilisa Stepanenko/Allen Breed)      

USATODAY National News
Oct 02, 2022

When will student loans be forgiven? What to know about debt relief applications.
Student loan debt cancellation application forms are slated to arrive this month. Here's what you need to know now so your debt relief isn't delayed.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 02, 2022

Inside the search for Hurricane Ian's survivors
As local authorities continue reaching people trapped by floodwaters, others unwilling to be bystanders have sprung into action to aid official rescuers do their important work. (Oct. 2) (AP Video/Robert Bumsted)      

USATODAY National News
Oct 02, 2022

Ian's death toll rises to at least 32; more than 1,000 rescued in Florida: Updates
Rescue crews in Florida painstakingly searched for survivors and the Carolinas began assessing the damage. Updates.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 01, 2022

Relief and rescue continue after hurricane Ian
The National Guard is distributing supplies to hundreds of southwest Floridians in the wake of dealdy Hurricane Ian.      

USATODAY National News
Oct 01, 2022

Ian's death toll rises to at least 32; more than 1,000 rescued in Florida: Live updates
Rescue crews in Florida painstakingly searched for survivors and the Carolinas began assessing the damage. Live updates.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 01, 2022

Today in History for October 2nd
Highlights of this day in history: Mohandes Gandhi born; President Woodrow Wilson suffers stroke; Thurgood Marshall sworn in as US Supreme Court justice; Rock Hudson dies; Peanuts comic strip debut. (Oct. 2)      

USATODAY National News
Oct 01, 2022

International crew arrives at Kennedy Space Center
NASA's SpaceX Crew-5 crewmembers arrived Saturday at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida. (Oct. 1)      

USATODAY National News
Oct 01, 2022

Hurricane tears apart local theater, mobile homes
Hurricane Ian damages a local theater and mobile home park in Venice, Florida. Ian's strength at landfall tied it for the fifth-strongest hurricane when measured by wind speed to strike the U.S. (Oct. 1) (AP Video/Cody Jackson)      

USATODAY National News
Oct 01, 2022

Ian, Fiona shattered hopes for a quiet hurricane season. What's next?
Ian became one of the worst storms to hit the U.S. after what had been one of the most quiet hurricane seasons since 1941, researchers say.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 01, 2022

Ian's death toll rises to at least 31; more than 1,000 rescued in Florida: Text-only live updates
Florida crews continue search and rescue efforts as Hurricane Ian made landfall in South Carolina. Latest updates.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 01, 2022

Ian's death toll rises to at least 31; more than 1,000 rescued in Florida: Live updates
Rescue crews in Florida painstakingly searched for survivors and the Carolinas began assessing the damage. Live updates.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 01, 2022

Amid 'gut-wrenching' destruction from Ian, Florida barrier island residents band together
Florida's Pine Islanders have lent trucks to evacuation efforts, spent days clearing the roads, and offered food and shelter to anyone who needs help.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 01, 2022

'They never talk about Everglades': A hardscrabble fishing community bands together after Hurricane Ian
Everglades City, a small fishing town with a hardscrabble history, is digging out from yet another hurricane: "We know the routine," one local says.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 01, 2022

About 1.7 million remain without power in Ian's path; storm treks through North Carolina: Text-only live updates
Florida crews continue search and rescue efforts as Hurricane Ian made landfall in South Carolina. Latest updates.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 01, 2022

After Ian, flooding menaces Florida inland towns
Rains from Hurricane Ian's deluge flowed into inland towns, including the Sarasota suburb of North Port. Waters there are still rising. (Oct. 1) (AP Video/Daniel Kozin)      

USATODAY National News
Oct 01, 2022

A path of destruction: Photos show Hurricane Ian's damage in Cuba, Florida, Carolinas
Hurricane Ian swept through the Atlantic and southeast U.S. coast this week, leaving a path of catastrophic damage and devastation for millions.      

USATODAY National News
Oct 01, 2022

Memphis teacher Eliza Fletcher died from gunshot to back of head, blunt trauma: Autopsy
Eliza Fletcher was abducted while running in West Tennessee in early September. Cleotha Henderson has been charged in connection to her death.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 01, 2022

About 1.7 million remain without power in Ian's path; storm treks through North Carolina: Live updates
The death toll rose to 27 as Ian, now a post-tropical cyclone, churned northward across central North Carolina toward Virginia. Live updates.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 01, 2022

Ian soaks the Carolinas; death toll likely to grow as crews sift through destruction in Florida: Text-only live updates
Florida crews continue search and rescue efforts as Hurricane Ian made landfall in South Carolina. Latest updates.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 01, 2022

After Roe v. Wade, abortion bans from the 1800s became legal matters in these states
Century-old abortion bans are back in play after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 01, 2022

'They never talk about Everglades': A fishing community versed in struggle bands together after Hurricane Ian
Everglades City, a small fishing town with a hardscrabble history, is digging out from yet another hurricane: "We know the routine," says one local.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 01, 2022

Vegas hero survived mass shooting but died of suicide; parents now looking for those he saved
Scotty Pettersen survived the Las Vegas massacre five years ago only to die by suicide. Now his parents are trying to find the people he saved.       

USATODAY National News
Oct 01, 2022

Judaism's holiest day of the year is approaching. What is Yom Kippur? When does it start?
Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the year in Judaism, is approaching. But what is Yom Kippur? When is it in 2022? Here's what you need to know.       

USATODAY National News
Sep 30, 2022

Ian washes boats into Fort Myers apartment complex
A revived Hurricane Ian has pounded coastal South Carolina after causing catastrophic damage in Florida. In Fort Myers, Florida, boats washed into Riverwalk apartment complex as waters quickly rose. (Sept. 30) (AP Video/Cody Jackson)      

USATODAY National News
Sep 30, 2022

Entangled whale rescued
A boater off the coast of San Diego reported an entangled humpback whale this past weekend. (Sept. 26)      

USATODAY National News
Sep 30, 2022

There are 'no easy fixes' in Florida. But could Hurricane Ian's havoc bring a call for better planning?
Hurricane Ian's deadly flooding, fueled by climate change, should prompt better planning for future development in Florida, experts told USA TODAY.      

USATODAY National News
Sep 30, 2022

Florida Gulf Coast island faces massive cleanup
A revived Hurricane Ian pounded coastal South Carolina on Friday, ripping apart piers and flooding streets after the ferocious storm caused catastrophic damage in Florida, trapping thousands in their homes and leaving at least 17 people dead. (Sept. 30)      

USATODAY National News
Sep 30, 2022

Today in History for October 1st
Highlights of this day in history: Henry Ford's Model T car hits the market; Mao Zedong proclaims Communist China; Game One of first-ever World Series takes place; Johnny Carson begins his 'Tonight Show' run; Walt Disney World opens. (Oct. 1)      

USATODAY National News
Sep 30, 2022

American talks about capture while in Ukraine
One of two American veterans released from Russian captivity after being captured in Ukraine says they both prayed for death during the brutal ride to freedom. (Sept. 30)      

USATODAY National News
Sep 30, 2022

Ian soaks the Carolinas; death toll likely to grow as crews sift through destruction in Florida: Live updates
Ian made its second U.S. landfall Friday in South Carolina. It's the first landfalling hurricane in the state since Matthew in 2016.       

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