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House Speaker Paul Ryan on Thursday said he had "no reason to dispute" a government-funded study that concluded nearly 3,000 people died in Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria. President Donald Trump rejected the study's findings in tweets Thursday morning. Ryan didn't condemn Trump's controversial tweets and also didn't fault him for the deaths in Puerto Rico, despite critics suggesting the president neglected the island. "Casualties don't make a person look bad," Ryan told reporters. "This was a horrible storm." House Speaker Paul Ryan on Thursday said he had "no reason to dispute" a government-funded study... [Read More]
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The outer band of rains from Hurricane Florence, expected to bring life-threatening storm surges and several feet of rainfall, are approaching the coastline. [Read More]
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Iowa State's Jamie Pollard gave Incarnate Word $300,000 plus the cost of a chartered flight to play Dec. 1. That could be a financial steal after this week's cancellations.        ... [Read More]
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