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New Wrap: New England braces for impact of Hurricane Lee

In our news wrap Friday, New England residents are preparing for the impact of Hurricane Lee, climate change protests kick off worldwide, federal prosecutors say former President Trump is trying to intimidate potential witnesses in his Jan. 6 case and Birmingham, Alabama marked 60 years since the bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church killed four young Black girls.

New Wrap: New England braces for impact of Hurricane Lee

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