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    9/30: Widespread devastation and loss in the wake of Hurricane Ian in Florida, as hurricane makes another landfall in South Carolina today.

    9/30: Widespread devastation and loss in the wake of Hurricane Ian in Florida, as hurricane makes another landfall in South Carolina today.

    Many of the beach communities along the Florida's Gulf Coast are disaster zones this morning. President Biden fears this could be Florida's deadliest storm ever. Critical infrastructure was devastated all along Florida's west coast -- water plants, the power grid -- essential services. We continue to hear and meet people who are sharing with us incredible survival stories. The storm is expected to make its second landfall on the coast of South Carolina this afternoon. Forecasters say life-threatening flooding and storm surge is likely.

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    9/29: Hurricane Ian continues to spread devastation across central Florida, as it’s downgraded to a tropical storm.

    9/29: Hurricane Ian continues to spread devastation across central Florida, as it’s downgraded to a tropical storm.

    We're witnessing a catastrophe unlike anything Florida has seen in years. It is one of the most powerful storms to hit the US in recorded history. Hurricane Ian did weaken to a tropical storm overnight but it's far from over as it churns toward the Atlantic ocean. So far, there is one confirmed death in Deltona, in Volusia county. The storm made landfall yesterday as a strong category four hurricane slamming communities along Florida's west coast with devastating storm surge, torrential rain, and violent winds up to 150 miles an hour. This morning, we're getting an aerial look at the damage outside Fort Myers, one of the places hit hardest by the hurricane. Entire neighborhoods are underwater and some houses are on fire. Right now, central Florida is taking the brunt of the storm. Orlando is looking at the potential for serious damage, and St. Augustine is also very much in harm's way. President Biden has approved Florida's request for federal help, declaring the storm a major disaster. In St. Augustine, on the east coast of Florida, many people are riding out the storm despite an evacuation order. Meteorologist, John Elliott, of our New York station, WCBS-TV, is here to show us where Ian is headed.

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    9/28: Hurricane Ian nears Category 5 strength. 14-year-old boy killed in Philadelphia shooting.

    9/28: Hurricane Ian nears Category 5 strength. 14-year-old boy killed in Philadelphia shooting.

    Hurricane Ian is now a Category 4 storm, very close to reaching Category 5 just a few hours before making landfall in Florida. High winds and flooding are already reported in the southern part of the state. More than two and a half million people are under mandatory evacuation orders as this possible once in a century storm barrels toward the Gulf Coast. Hurricane Ian ripped through western Cuba yesterday, with winds up to 125 miles an hour. The entire country is without power this morning. Natural gas pipelines are the latest flash point between Russia and western Europe, already at odds over the war in Ukraine. Two pipelines started leaking yesterday after apparent underwater explosions. European Union officials suspect sabotage. Police in Philadelphia say gunmen targeted a group of high school football players after a scrimmage yesterday. One of the players, a 14-year-old boy, was killed. Four others were wounded. Police are still looking for the attackers. Philadelphia has been hit by a rise in violence in recent years. This shooting happened just hours after the mayor banned guns and other deadly weapons from all recreation areas in the city.  In Washington, the House select committee investigating the assault on the Capitol has postponed today's public hearing due to Hurricane Ian. The rioter who confessed to one of the most violent attacks on January 6th is headed to prison for a long time.

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    9/27: Hurricane Ian expected to strengthen to CAT 4 before making landfall tomorrow. Iran protests rage as family say cops tortured, killed woman over scarf.

    9/27: Hurricane Ian expected to strengthen to CAT 4 before making landfall tomorrow. Iran protests rage as family say cops tortured, killed woman over scarf.

    Florida braces for what could be a once-in-a-century storm as Hurricane Ian quickly gains strength. Protests spread amid a deadly crackdown in Iran following the death of a woman in police custody. Edward Snowden, the fugitive accused of stealing and leaking thousands of classified U.S. documents, was made a citizen of Russia yesterday. The former government contractor has lived there for nine years, after fleeing the U.S. to avoid criminal charges. Meanwhile in Ukraine, Russian-controlled areas in the east of the country are wrapping up a series of referendums, asking voters if they want to be part of Russia. Back in this country, the Biden administration has decided to crack down on hidden extra fees for air travelers. It's been nearly a year since a deadly shooting on the set of Alec Baldwin's movie "Rust," and now a district attorney says the actor and others could soon face criminal charges. In Japan this morning, protests greeted the official funeral for ex-Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

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    9/26: Florida braces for Hurricane Ian. Major revelations from former adviser to Jan 6th committee.

    9/26: Florida braces for Hurricane Ian. Major revelations from former adviser to Jan 6th committee.

    Emergency preparations are underway in Florida as Hurricane Ian continues to strengthen on a collision course with the U. S. The storm is expected to slam into Florida in the middle of this week and there's already a state of emergency there. Former Republican Congressman Denver Riggleman, a former adviser to the January 6th committee, told 60 Minutes' Bill Whitaker about possible evidence and a connection to the Trump White House that we've never seen before. Russia rounds up voters in Ukraine to participate in Vladimir Putin's sham referendums. CBS News spoke to Ukraine's president. A gunman attacked a school in western Russia this morning, and at least 13 people were killed. There are now fewer than 45 days until the midterm elections in November that will decide which party controls congress. Voters in Italy have likely elected the first female prime minister in the country's history. It would be the country's most conservative leadership since World War II.

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    9/23: Hurricane Fiona heads toward Canada. Deadly protests break out in Iran after death of 22-year-old woman.

    9/23: Hurricane Fiona heads toward Canada. Deadly protests break out in Iran after death of 22-year-old woman.

    Hurricane Fiona barrels toward Canada with historic rain and wind, as President Biden vows support for hard- hit Puerto Rico. Thousands try to escape Putin's orders to fight in Ukraine as the U.S. Urges stronger action against Russia. Here in the U.S., an Ohio man who stormed the Capitol on January 6th will not go to prison for his actions. This comes as Ginni Thomas, wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas has agreed to be interviewed by the committee. A California man has been arrested and charged with interfering with a flight crew after video showed him punching a flight attendant in the back of the head, on an American Airlines flight. A record number of migrants are being apprehended at the U.S. southern border. Alex Jones uses his latest defamation trial to spread more rage and attack the families of Sandy Hook massacre victims. In Iran this morning, the army vows to quote "confront the enemies" and put down a series of deadly protests, mostly led by women.

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