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Small Business Saturday: Why support local? How does it impact you? | Morning in America

Small Business Saturday is a nationally recognized day in which the local community makes a large push for its consumers to support local. #SmallBusinessSaturday #ShopSmallBusinessSaturday #ShopSmall

Small Business Saturday: Why support local? How does it impact you? | Morning in America

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Small Business Saturday is a nationally recognized day in which the local community makes a large push for its consumers to support local.

#SmallBusinessSaturday #ShopSmallBusinessSaturday #ShopSmall

Organization educting boaters on water safety | Morning in America

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Gail Kulp, the executive director of Sea Tow Foundation joined NewsNation to discuss how the organization is education boat safety tips and offering free life jackets to boaters across the country.

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PUPD Chief Lesley Wiete gives update on homicide at Purdue

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PUPD Chief Lesley Wiete gives update on a student killed at Purdue University allegedly by his roommate.

Purdue University student killed at dorm; Roommate in custody

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A Purdue University student is dead, and another is in custody after a homicide at one of the university's dorms.

Longtime Clinton aide on midterm elections, Iran protests | Banfield

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Huma Abedin has been described as Hillary Clinton’s right-hand woman. She was the vice chair of Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign, and before that, she was the traveling chief of staff and deputy chief of staff when Clinton was Secretary of State. Her memoir is called “Both/And: A Life in Many Worlds.”

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Banfield: How is sending a warning to looters racist? | Banfield

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NewsNation's Ashleigh Banfield sounds off on looting and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis being accused of racism for his stark warning to those who are thinking of committing the crime against Hurricane Ian victims.

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Armed and ready: Ian survivors to protect properties Rush Hour

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Days after the devastation of Hurricane Ian, survivors remaining in the area are fending off looters to keep their belongings.

Joey Fernandez took NewsNation into his house on San Carlos Island Florida, where he has guns ready to go at every doorway and window as well as lots of ammo. Fernandez even has a bow and arrow.

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Organization educting boaters on water safety | Morning in America

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PUPD Chief Lesley Wiete gives update on homicide at Purdue

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Purdue University student killed at dorm; Roommate in custody

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Longtime Clinton aide on midterm elections, Iran protests | Banfield

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Banfield: How is sending a warning to looters racist? | Banfield

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Armed and ready: Ian survivors to protect properties Rush Hour

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William Shatner goes one-on-one with NewsNation | Morning in America

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Some Republicans maintain support for Herschel Walker | NewsNation Live

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Stockton Police Department chief on investigation into linked serial shootings | Morning in America

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Cuomo: NYU professor fired for making class too hard | Morning in America

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Organization educting boaters on water safety | Morning in America

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Justin Baldoni talks new book 'Boys Will Be Human' | Morning in America

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Desperate search underway for kidnapped California family | Rush Hour

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Arizona Gov. to add more shipping containers to gaps in border wall | Rush Hour

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FAA increases rest time in new rules for flight attendants | Rush Hour

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LAPD officer who died in training was targeted, family attorney says | Rush Hour

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NYU fires prestigious professor over difficult course | Rush Hour

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41% of voters trust Republicans with immigration | Rush Hour

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Hurricane Ian destroys Sanibel Causeway | NewsNation Prime

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Rescue crews on Florida’s southwest coast after hurricane | NewsNation Prime

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Baking champ sweeps county fair competitions | NewsNation Prime

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Flooding from hurricane forces family to swim room to room | NewsNation Prime

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The cost of Hurricane Ian: Economic devastation | NewsNation Prime

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‘Very vulnerable’: Cybersecurity expert on Russian disinformation | NewsNation Prime

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Walker abortion controversy brings in big donations | On Balance

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NYU Professor fired over 'hard' class | On Balance

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Should professors fear being fired over student performance? | On Balance

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NYT's Peter Baker says Trump doesn't want to leave public eye | On Balance

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NYT's Peter Baker says Trump doesn't want to leave public eye | On Balance

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Elon Musk will buy Twitter — or will he? | On Balance

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Banfield: How is sending a warning to looters racist? | Banfield

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DeSantis accused of racism for looting message | Banfield

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Clinton aide on comparing Clinton emails vs. Trump documents | Banfield

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Clinton aide on comparing Clinton emails vs. Trump documents | Banfield

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Longtime Clinton aide on midterm elections, Iran protests | Banfield

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Will abortion issues bury Herschel Walker's chances? | Banfield

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One-on-one with Yuma mayor about border wall gaps | Morning in America

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Biden to meet with DeSantis in FL | Early Morning

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Legal Analyst on Trump's SCOTUS request | Early Morning

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Trump files emergency request with SCOTUS | Early Morning

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Maher: ‘Conservative is not a bad word’ | Early Morning

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Hurricane Ian: Long road to recovery | Early Morning

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