It’s been more than six months since the heated presidential election, but Hillary and Don are still storming. As Tropical Storm Don weakens in the southeast Caribbean, what will likely be called Tropical Storm Hillary is gathering steam in the Pacific. Now called Tropical Depression 8-E and carrying 35 mph winds in the eastern Pacific,...
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