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The Atlantic Daily: Deadly Storms Strike Texas and Oklahoma

Torrential rains kill at least eight people and strand thousands of others, cable titans merge, and more...
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What’s Happening: Deadly Storms Strike Texas and Oklahoma

Torrential storms and flooding displaced thousands in Texas and Oklahoma on Tuesday. At least nine people died and dozens more are unaccounted for after extreme weather struck at the end of the long weekend, causing rivers and bayous to overflow.

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