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This photo provided by Charleston Water System on Saturday, Oct. 20, 2018, shows divers getting ready to deep dive into the sewer, to pull out huge balls of oily, black used wet wipes and baby wipes that had clogged intake pumps in Charleston, S.C.  The system had to send in the divers nearly 100 feet (30 meters) into a sewer well after the wipes, congealed by grease and other items sent into the pipes, clogged the suction intake pumps to the Plum Island Wastewater Treatment Center on James Island.  (Charleston Water System via AP)
Workers take dive into deep doo to unclog sewer pumpsDivers spent two days deep inside a South Carolina sewer, pulling out huge balls of oily, black used wet wipes and baby wipes that had clogged intake pumps
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Body found in Texas lake was of woman missing days earlierTexas officials say a body found in a rain-swollen lake earlier this week is that of a woman who had gone missing Oct. 8 when floodwaters overwhelmed an RV park
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In this Oct. 17, 2018 photo, Nicole Willis, left, a member of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Reservation who lives in Seattle, listens to speakers at a rally in Lacey, Wash.  Elizabeth Warren's spat with Donald Trump over Warren's Native American heritage has brought global attention to what it means to be Native American. Willis believes being Native American means her family is part of a distinct, interconnected community that has existed since ancient times. Her tribe requires citizens to be one-quarter Native American, with 1/16 specific to the tribe, but she said “theoretically, it shouldn’t matter.”(AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)
Warren ancestry highlights how tribes decide membershipClash over Warren's heritage highlights how Native American tribes decide membership
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In this undated photo provided by the Suffolk County Police Department in Yaphank, N.Y., Ronald DeRisi is shown. On Friday, Oct. 19, 2018, DeRisi, 74, was charged with leaving a series of voicemails threatening to kill two U.S. senators over Brett Kavanaugh's U.S. Supreme Court confirmation. (Suffolk County Police Department via AP)
Lawyer: Man accused of threats to kill senators has dementiaA defense lawyer says a man charged with threatening to kill two U.S. senators over Brett Kavanaugh's U.S. Supreme Court confirmation has dementia and is "an angry, sick old man" who isn't dangerous.
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Magnitude 4.0 earthquake shakes Texas, Oklahoma panhandlesAn earthquake has shaken parts of the Texas and Oklahoma panhandles
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