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Harvey is finally out of the picture — but the storm's devastating effects on Houston and other parts of Texas and Louisiana are still coming into focus.

Harvey is finally out of the picture — but the storm's devastating effects on Houston and other parts of Texas and Louisiana are still coming into focus.

Harvey is finally out of the picture — but the storm's devastating effects on Houston and other parts of Texas and Louisiana are still coming into focus.

Louisiana State University's live tiger mascot is an institution. Recently, the school got a new tiger — just in time for football season.

Kenya's Supreme Court has ordered another national election to be held within the next 60 days, setting off celebrations by supporters of opposition candidate Raila Odinga.

To work all the expected flood claims, insurance companies will rely on hundreds of small processing companies. Some worry that inexperienced claims adjusters will do more harm than good.

"Due to the failure of the city's water pump, it is in the best interest of our current patients to transfer to other acute care facilities," a large hospital in the city says.

Elections in Virginia this fall are the first big test for state-level Democrats in the Trump era and whether they can use the president's unpopularity to gain ground in the state legislature.

Congress is widely expected to approve billions in aid for flood-stricken areas, but it may take a while to hit its targets.

Commercial fisherman are putting off their own livelihoods to catch the farmed Atlantic salmon that broke out of their net pen in Washington state. One fisherman describes the "carnival atmosphere."

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