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Rougarou Attack: Regis Prograis Set to Become the Star Boxing Needs

The Rougarou is defined as a legendary creature in Laurentian French communities linked to European notions of the werewolf. For boxer Regis Prograis, the nickname “Rougarou” is the perfect fit. Prograis doesn’t just box, he fights. He tries to destroy his opponent. He is the Rougarou.

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Trump’s DHS Nominee: Europe Should Not Block Third-World Migration

President Donald Trump’s nominee to head the Department of Homeland Security led a business-dominated committee at the World Economic Forum which insisted that Europe had no choice but to accept a huge wave of unskilled migrants from poor, conflict-wracked countries.

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Dem Rep Soto: Hurricane Maria ‘Has Already Become a Katrina’

On Friday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “The Beat,” Representative Darren Soto (D-FL) stated that the aftermath of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico “has already become a Katrina.” Soto said, “Well, this has already become a Katrina. We have American citizens, who

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Puerto Rico’s Disaster Is Also Its Golden Opportunity

The media and the Democrats are deseperate to find a Hurricane Katrina in Puerto Rico, and to deny President Donald Trump’s capable and compassionate response to Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria.

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Oroville Dam Spillway Wide-Open as Heatwave May Cause Rapid Snowmelt

Oroville Dam’s spillway was forced to reopen at maximum flow as over 50,000 cubic feet per second of water careened into the lake and weather scientists warned of an impending 7 to 10-day heatwave that could cause flooding from an accelerated snowmelt.

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FEMA Housing Not Expected in Flood-Ravaged Louisiana Until 2017

BATON ROUGE, Louisiana – Victims of Louisiana’s largest and most disastrous flood since Hurricane Katrina were told by Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) officials that they will not see temporary housing units arrive until 2017.

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Louisiana Flood Victims Widely Targeted by Fraudsters

Scammers and fraudulent relief efforts are directly targeting Louisiana’s flood victims, U.S. Attorney Walt Green announced during a National Center for Disaster Fraud press conference.

Evacuees take advantage of the shelter setup in the The Baton Rouge River Center arena as the area deals with the record flooding that took place causing thousands of people to seek temporary shelter on August 19, 2016 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Last week Louisiana was overwhelmed with flood water …

FEMA Warns Louisiana Flood Survivors of Scammers Posing as Federal Agents

BATON ROUGE, Louisiana – As Louisiana flood victims begin to pick up the scraps of what is left of their homes and communities in the wake of unprecedented flooding, federal agencies are already warning residents to be cautious of fraudulent services and other scams.

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Trump to Louisiana Flood Victims: ‘When You Hurt, We All Hurt’

BATON ROUGE, Louisiana — In a heartfelt moment during a campaign rally in Charlotte, North Carolina, GOP nominee Donald Trump spoke directly to Louisiana flood victims, offering his prayers to the thousands devastated by the natural disaster.

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Taylor Swift Donates $1M for Louisiana Flood Relief

BATON ROUGE, LA. – Crossover pop icon Taylor Swift has donated $1 million to help Louisiana flooding victims, who have been suffering from Hurricane Katrina-like flooding in the state’s capital of Baton Rouge and neighboring parishes.

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Casting Hunt On for GWB, Condoleezza Rice Roles in ‘Katrina’ TV Show

American Crime Story creator Ryan Murphy is on the hunt for actors to play former president George W. Bush and former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice in the second season of his FX anthology television series, which will center on New Orleans before and after Hurricane Katrina.

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Sandy Victims ‘Shocked’ as Notoriously Ethics-Challenged Attorney Joins National Flood Conference

Victims of the 2012 Super Storm Sandy, still fighting for resolution of their flood insurance claims from the federally-administered National Flood Insurance Program, told Breitbart News they were stunned to learn that an attorney once deemed by a judge to have “unquestionably engaged in sanctionable conduct” had a role at the 2016 National Flood Conference held in Washington May 15 to May 18.

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UCONN Prof Jelani Cobb: Still ‘Racism in High Places’ of Government

On MSNBC’s Saturday show “Melissa Harris-Perry,” associate professor of History and director of the Institute for African American Studies at the University of Connecticut Jelani Cobb explained that the problems in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina are equivalent to the