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    Hurricane Ian is unleashing catastrophic floods and life-threatening storm surges that will continue as the storm advances inland
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  • Storm tracker: See where Ian is headed next

  • Rising waters: Residents warned to stay indoors
    Hurricane Ian -- now an "extremely dangerous" Category 4 storm -- has begun lashing Florida with ruinous winds and rain as it advances on the state's west coast, poised to inflict "catastrophic," potentially unprecedented storm surge as it nears a Wednesday afternoon landfall.

    Floating cars: Residents describe Ian's destruction
    in Naples, Florida, on Wednesday afternoon, Lauren Barlow watched as water crept in through her home's door and began rising across the first floor.

    Hurricane hunter: Flight to Ian 'worst I've ever been on'
    An aerospace engineer who flew into Hurricane Ian in the early morning hours Wednesday said the flight was the worst of his career.

    Watch: Tampa Bay drained of water by Hurricane Ian
    CNN Meteorologist Derek Van Dam shows how water has receded from Florida coastlines ahead of Hurricane Ian's record storm surge.

    Travel: Airports close and airlines cancel flights
    Airlines, airports and the federal government are bracing for aviation infrastructure to take a major blow from Hurricane Ian. Cancellations and closures are already piling up across the Florida peninsula.

    Unprecedented: Ian's storm surge is setting records
    Hurricane Ian is bearing down on the Gulf Coast of Florida as one of the strongest storms on record for the area. Its storm surge could be unlike anything seen there as the eye comes ashore, and forecasters are warning that Ian's intense rainfall -- which is expected to continue across the peninsula through Thursday, could lead to life-threatening floods.

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    European security officials observed Russian Navy ships in vicinity of Nord Stream pipeline leaks
    • Gas is pouring out of the Nord Stream pipelines. Here's what you need to know • Analysis: What to make of the latest reports from Russia • US Embassy warns Americans to leave Russia • Opinion: The most likely nuclear scenario


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