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Tourists flock to 'Shark Bite Capital' of the world | Morning in America

A small county in Florida has retained the distinction of being the "Shark Bite Capital" of the world. According to researchers, 36% of all shark bites nationwide have happened in Volusia County. NewsNation's Nick Smith breaks down why sharks flock there on Morning in America. #Shark #SharkBite #Florida Start your day with Morning in America, NewsNation's live three-hour national morning newscast hosted by Adrienne Bankert.

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Savannah Bananas in a league of its own | Morning in America

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Stocks idle as investors await new economic data | Morning in America

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Business sheltered parade goers during Highland Park shooting | Morning in America

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Ret. Secret Service agent on how you should respond to shootings | Morning in America

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Pope Francis: Women will now have say in selecting bishops | Rush Hour

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Feds arrest 1,500 fugitives in nationwide sting | Rush Hour

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Americans pawning possessions due to inflation | Rush Hour

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Biden reassures Brittney Griner’s wife he’s working on her release | Rush Hour

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Exclusive: Richmond Mayor speaks about thwarted mass shooting plot | Rush Hour

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Dept. of Justice investigating ‘Operation Lone Star’ | NewsNation Prime

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Biden tries to regain control of economic message | NewsNation Prime

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Police officers leaving in ‘mass exodus’ | NewsNation Prime

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Crimo attorney recuses himself over conflict of interest | NewsNation Prime

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Missing: What happened to Dee Warner? | NewsNation Prime

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Parade shooting suspect makes first court appearance, held without bond | NewsNation Prime

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Huge Russian assault expected in Donetsk region | On Balance

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There's a pathway that distinguishes mass shooters, psychiatrist Michael Welner says | Banfield

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Kaitlin Armstrong under allegations of murder, passport fraud, unlawful flight | Banfield

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Residents mourn migrant deaths at vigils | Early Morning

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Death toll rises as Highland Park rallies behind orphan | Early Morning

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Mitt Romney warns of Trump's danger to democracy | Early Morning

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July 4th parade shooting eyewitness recalls chaos | Early Morning

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July 4 parade leaves 6 dead, dozens wounded | Early Morning

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