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The Atlantic Daily: Ripe for Reevaluation

Hurricane Florence threatens even as it weakens. Plus a movement to restore voting rights to ex-felons, the waning global influence of the U.S., and more
Source: Eduardo Munoz / Reuters

What We’re Following

Hurricane Watch: It’s no longer a Category 4 storm, but as Florence looms against the Carolina coast, to evaluate the danger it poses wholly by the 1 would be a mistake. Most of the Houston victims of , as unprecedented rainfall and subsequent flooding swallowed the region. The exposed federal and local failures both before and after Hurricane Maria. (President Trump )

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