Hurricane Sally Is a Slow-Moving Threat. Climate Change Might Be Why.

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Forecasters warn of storm surges and devastating floods from Sally, which is unleashing a deluge in Mississippi and Alabama. Scientists say climate change contributed to the storm’s power.
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’Climate Change Is Real’: Berry Creek Man Who Lost Home In Fire Calls Trump's Comments Frustrating
President Donald Trump dodged questions directly answering questions on climate change, Monday. One Berry Creek man who lived through the wildfire wants the president to know he thinks climate change is very real.

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Alabama

State in the southeastern United States
In the final days before the 2020 election, all eyes are on key voting blocs that could determine the outcome. CBS News is looking back at races shaped by one..
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Clemson held its No. 1 spot in the Amway Coaches Poll ahead of Alabama after the Crimson Tide took down then-No. 3 Georgia in impressive fashion.
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In a batting cage in Montgomery, Alabama, Brian Robinson and his son, Carter, found a bucket of balls, and a note left by a stranger that threw them for a curve...
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Warning: Graphic details A US woman will spend time behind bars for shooting and killing her rapist – despite arguing self-defence using a controversial..
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Mississippi

State in the United States
Curtis Flowers, a Mississippi man who was tried six times for the same crime, sat for his first interview with the podcast that helped free him.
 
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Bestselling author John Grisham joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his new novel, "A Time for Mercy." Mississippi lawyer Jake Brigance -- the hero of "A Time..
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A Black-owned food and beverage concessions business is suing the airport board that oversees the Jackson airport after its contract was cancelled.
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Delta weakened to a tropical storm as it moved across Louisiana and into Mississippi, leaving hundreds of thousands of people without power.
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