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By William Brangham
Relentless wind and rain have pummeled large swaths of the South, spawning tornadoes, sparking a flash flood emergency in Alabama and damaging homes from Texas to Virginia.
By Jay Reeves, Associated Press
Much of the South is at risk of more severe weather Tuesday, forecasters said, after tornadoes struck parts of the region Sunday night and Monday, causing heavy damage in some parts of Mississippi and flipping trucks in Texas.
By Rogelio V. Solis, Associated Press
Cities across Texas, Tennessee, Louisiana and Mississippi are still grappling with outages that crippled health care facilities and forced families to wait in line for potable water.
By Melinda Deslatte, Leah Willingham, Associated Press
Seven candidates for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination will meet on the debate stage Tuesday in South Carolina, whose primary is just days away. The race’s front-runner, Sen. Bernie Sanders, has the current momentum, but former Vice President Joe Biden…
By Jeffrey Brown, Rhana Natour
Many a masterpiece has been recorded at Capricorn Sound Studios in Macon, Georgia. Otis Redding’s manager, Phil Walden, co-founded the label, and Capricorn went on to produce a decade of southern rock hits. But as the music industry changed, Capricorn…
By Frederick Knight, The Conversation
Georgia’s Republican Secretary of State Brian Kemp has been sued after an Associated Press investigation revealed that his office suppressed 53,000 voter registrations – most of them filed by African-Americans.
By PBS NewsHour
Artist Carrie Mae Weems has used photography to explore national and personal history, using herself and her family as stand-ins to explore common narratives, and using the medium as a tool to challenge stereotypes. Chief arts correspondent Jeffrey Brown talks…
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