At least 12 people have been killed and nearly 250,000 Floridians have been displaced as a result of Hurricane Ian. As Ian returns to hurricane strength, it’s expected to make landfall in Georgia and the Carolinas on Friday. NBC’s Sam Brock reports for TODAY from Fort Myers, Florida.
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Sanibel city manager says damage is ‘catastrophic’ and ‘biblical’
Ian could bring ‘life-threatening’ storm surge in the Carolinas
Ginni Thomas tells Jan. 6 committee she still believes 2020 election was stolen from Trump
Russian missiles on civilian convoy kills over 20, injures dozens
A Russian missile strike on a civilian convoy killed at least 20 people in eastern Ukraine on Friday. Meanwhile, in a rare acknowledgement of a setback, President Vladimir Putin conceded the mistakes he made in the recent draft efforts and pledged to never make them again. NBC’s Richard Engel reports for TODAY.