Nearly half a million Canadians without power as Fiona makes landfall

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The now-named Post Tropical Cyclone Fiona crossed Nova Scotia during the early morning hours and left nearly 500,000 residents on the Atlantic coast without power and many with damaged homes. NBC News’ Maggie Vespa reports on the ground from Halifax, Nova Scotia where residents believe the brunt of the storm missed them. 

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Biden Invites DeSantis to Delaware, Gets Epic, Three-Word Response

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Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis has been on a roll lately. DeSantis has maintained Florida as a top state for freedom during man-made catastrophes like COVID-19 hysteria and the Biden administration’s assaults on American federalism. The Florida governor has not only been racking up political wins, but emphasizing them with dramatic flair. DeSantis’ team scored again on Tuesday, besting another Biden spin with three simple words and an evocative image. The exchange was a sequel to what is now DeSantis’s most famous maneuver to expose progressive hypocrisy. On Sept 14, two planes carrying about 50 illegal immigrants landed in the…

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Veterans group presses state and local prosecutors to go after far-right Patriot Front (Ryan J. Reilly/NBC News)

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Ryan J. Reilly / NBC News: Veterans group presses state and local prosecutors to go after far-right Patriot Front  —  WASHINGTON — A military veterans organization is calling on prosecutors to get more aggressive with the Patriot Front, a far-right, white supremacist group that has been marching in cities across the country …

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Power in Puerto Rico slowly returns after Hurricane Fiona leaves thousands without drinking water

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Power is slowly returning to customers in Puerto Rico following the impact of Category 3 Hurricane Fiona, though a majority of the island's population is without drinking water. NBC News' Gabe Gutierrez outlines the number of those without power and water and how the damage Fiona caused compares with Hurricane Maria which struck the country five years ago. 

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‘Saturday Night Live’ Adds its First Nonbinary Cast Member

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Last Updated on September 20, 2022 Saturday Night Live has hired its first “nonbinary” cast member as the show attempts to regroup after numerous key departures. SNL has dealt with a decline in ratings in recent years, with last season’s opener declining in viewership by 35 percent when compared with the previous installment. Last year’s premiere brought in just 3.5 million viewers. Comedian Molly Kearney will become the first nonbinary cast member in SNL’s history when the show returns for its upcoming 48th season, NBC announced. Kearney most recently appeared in Amazon’s remake of the 1992 film “A League of…

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‘Quantum Leap’ review: Reboot doesn’t have time on its side

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Time travel can be an intriguing series concept — see “Outlander” and “La Brea” — but NBC’s reboot of “Quantum Leap” doesn’t quite capture the spirit of its predecessor. That series aired for five seasons (1989-93) on NBC with stars Scott Bakula as time-jumping Dr. Sam Beckett and Dean Stockwell as Al, the cigar-chomping wiseguy...

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British public get last look at Queen Elizabeth II’s casket as it arrives at Windsor Castle

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Following Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral at Westminster Abbey on Monday, her casket arrived at Windsor Castle, where the queen will be buried in a private service. NBC News’ Molly Hunter explains why the queen’s casket arriving Windsor Castle is a significant moment for the British public. 

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