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Dangerous Tornado Outbreak, Major Flash Flooding Expected By Tonight In Texas, Oklahoma

<img src = "https://sw-x.co/util/image/w/00_vv_severe_snap.png?v=at&w=815&h=458" alt = "Outbreak of tornadoes is expected in Southern Plains through tonight. [19659002] Strong tornadoes are possible from western Texas to western and central Oklahoma. A major threat of flood flooding is expected from northwest Texas to Oklahoma, Kansas, western Missouri and northwestern Arkansas. The storms will also generate destructive hail and high winds. A tornado …

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Prosecutors examine tens of thousands of initiation documents

The Presidential Initial Committee handed over document management for several weeks in response to an extensive day-by-day search for documents, records, and announcements of the initial finances, sellers, and donors sent in February by the US Attorney's office with the Southern District of New York. The last set of documents was made during the last month, say people familiar with …

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Dallas transgender woman who was attacked in April found dead on street

Police responded to a report in the 7200 block of Valley Glen Drive around 6:40 pm Saturday, Dallas Police Major Vincent Weddington said. "Upon arrival, officers found the complainant lying face down in the street – deceased from homicidal violence," Weddington said during a news conference on Sunday. The woman was not carrying identification but the medical examiner positively identified …

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Robert F. Smith: Five Things to Know About the Morehouse Donor

Billionaire Robert F. Smith woke the audience at the Morehouse College's opening ceremony on Sunday when he dismissed the manuscript to share a surprise: He would wipe out the student loan debt for the 2019 class nearly 400 candidates. 19659002] There was a moment of stunned silence before the ranks and their families broke into a gratifying applause. Within minutes, …

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E.P.A. Plans to get a thousand deaths from the books by changing their math

Do you want climate news in your inbox? Sign up here for Climate Fwd: our newsletter. WASHINGTON – The Environmental Protection Agency plans to change how it calculates future health risks for air pollution in a way that would predict thousands of fewer deaths and would contribute to justifying the planned reconstruction of an important climate change measure, according to …

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"Violent" tornado, severe thunderstorm outbreak expected in Texas, Oklahoma as schools stop over risk

A dangerous and potentially "violent" day of weather is evolving over southern Plains on Monday, as forecasters warn a tornado outbreak and severe thunderstorms can lead to life-threatening conditions – leading schools across the region to close. [19659002] The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Storm Prediction Center issued a "high risk" assessment for the area from northwest Texas to western …

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