Wednesday on the NewsHour, Hurricane Michael lashes the Gulf Coast with Category 4 winds and dangerous storm surge. Also: A financial storm on Wall Street, questions mount in the disappearance of Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi, President Trump announces a major change in ethanol gasoline rules, Rohingya women bear babies born from rape and the risks associated with a controversial pesticide.
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Hurricane Michael slams Florida
What’s behind Wednesday’s market selloff?
News Wrap: Indonesia earthquake rescue crews wrap up search
Missing journalist casts ‘cloud’ over U.S.-Saudi relations
Trump’s ethanol moves: good policy or corn country politics?
Rohingya mother remembers rapists when she holds her baby
Trump’s EPA fights to keep controversial insecticide in use
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