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Friday morning news: September 6, 2019

Hurricane Dorian pounds the Carolinas » Dorian is battering the North Carolina coast today. 

Thursday morning news: September 5, 2019

Dorian bearing down on Carolinas » Dorian is bearing down on the Carolinas this morning. The storm could slam the coast of South Carolina today—and North Carolina tonight. 

Wednesday morning news: September 4, 2019

Hurricane Dorian edges northward » Residents in northern Florida can’t breathe a sigh of relief just yet, but they’re hoping to pry the plywood off their windows very soon. 

Tuesday morning news: September 3, 2019

Dorian departs Bahamas, heads toward Florida coast » AUDIO: [Sound of Hurricane Dorian] Dorian is still spinning over the Atlantic this morning. 

Monday morning news: September 2, 2019

Dorian slams Bahamas, tracks toward Southeastern U.S. » Winds gusting above 200 miles per hour and massive storm surge began pummeling the Bahamas on Sunday. Dorian slammed into the islands as a category 5 hurricane. 

Friday morning news: August 30, 2019

Florida, Georgia residents brace for Hurricane Dorian » Florida and Georgia are bracing for what forecasters now say could be a category 4 hurricane at landfall. 

Thursday morning news: August 29, 2019

Dorian now forecasted to hit U.S. as major hurricane » Dorian is now on track to slam the eastern coast of Florida, and possibly Georgia, as a major hurricane. 

Wednesday morning news: August 28, 2019

Iran says no talks with U.S. until sanctions lifted » Iran’s president back-pedaled Tuesday on possible talks with President Trump. 

Tuesday morning news: August 27, 2019

President Trump voices optimism on a trade war truce with China » Stocks rallied on Wall Street Monday after President Trump expressed renewed optimism about talks to end the trade war with China. 

Monday morning news: August 26, 2019

Top Iranian official makes surprise appearance at G7 summit » World leaders are wrapping up three days of high stakes meetings in France today at the G7 summit. That’s a gathering of some of the world’s top economic powers.