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Here’s the latest for Monday May 13th: Trump economic adviser says tariffs cost Americans money; Pompeo heads to Europe; Fatal shooting outside Trump resort in South Florida; Flooding in Louisiana, Mississippi.

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Here’s the latest for Tuesday May 7th: Mnuchin refuses to hand Trump taxes to Congressional Democrats; China sending top official to US trade talks; Suspect arrested in shooting death of Mississippi police officer; Myanmar frees two jailed journalists.

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Suspect caught in killing of Mississippi officer

A Mississippi man is under arrest, accused of gunning down a uniformed police officer in a Biloxi police station parking lot. 19-year-old Darian Tawan Atkinson was caught about 40 miles away. (May 7)

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A puppy named Apple marks relocation milestone

A floppy-eared puppy named Apple is finding her feet in New York, courtesy of her move there by an animal protection group and an overcrowded shelter in Mississippi. (April 5)

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Here’s the latest for Tuesday March 19th: Deadly cyclone hits Africa; New Zealand PM tells citizens not to say accused gunman’s name; Texas petrochemical fire could burn for two more days; Historic flooding forecast for Mississippi, Missouri River basins.

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GONZO: The past is not even past (E9)

GONZO remains in New Orleans and continues chowing down on beignets with journalist, Max Blumenthal, who says that while Donald Trump has, indeed, energized ‘the basket of deplorables,’ his campaign slogan ‘Make America Great Again’ won the election because Hillary did represent the ‘winners’ of globalization post-Nafta and he had intentionally appealed to the ‘losers’ in places like Michigan. They also discuss the proliferation of conspiracy theories as unsurprising when the ordinary people of America are some of the most conspired against people in the world, including, for example, the Tuskegee syphilis experiment on African-American males from 1932 until 1972.

As they reminisce about the GONZO journey encountering ghosts on the trail, Blumenthal notes that Donald Trump is the perfect American ghost who brings all the dark ghosts of our past into one orange skinned, dead fox haired character who has so much energy it’s as if he’s powered by fish filets.

Later in the day, Max visits Dr. Clyde Robertson, director of African and African-American Studies at Southern University in New Orleans, to discuss the problem with our racist past that is not even past. Racism still haunts society and politics today as the nation went from slavery to Jim Crow to the prison industrial complex. They discuss the history of the Black Panthers in the area and the gentrification of the city in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Dr. Robertson also mentions that Barack Obama did not deliver a post-racial society as he kowtowed to special corporate interests instead. Finally, Max and Stacy head out toward Florida, passing through rain storms in Alabama and Mississippi.

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Here’s the latest for Friday February 22nd: Michael Cohen testifies; A political operative charged in NC illegal ballot possession; Flooding in Mississippi and California; Loggers cutting down ash trees from Maine to Colorado.

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Tornado death confirmed after Mississippi storms

The National Weather Service confirms that two tornadoes struck Columbus, Mississippi as violent storms rolled through. Officials say one woman was killed and 12 people were injured. (Feb. 25)

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Video shows woman climb out of car in flood

Calhoun County, Mississippi Sheriff’s Department video shows a woman climb out of her car after and into a nearby Sheriff’s patrol truck after she apparently got stuck in a flood. Heavy rain is flooding parts of Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia. (Feb. 21)

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Police: Aurora attacker shouldn’t have owned gun

Police say the fired worker who killed five people at a warehouse in Aurora, Illinois, was able to buy the gun he used because an initial background check didn’t catch that he had a prior felony conviction in Mississippi. (Feb. 16)

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