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Hurricane Matthew takes aim at southeastern U.S.

Hurricane Matthew is taking aim at the southeastern United States after the Category 3 storm swept the Bahamas with 125 mile-per-hour winds, the Associated Press reported Thursday. Continue reading ? The post Hurricane Matthew takes aim at southeastern U.S. appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
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