Updated at 11:10 a.m. ET Hurricane Irma is bringing death and destruction to the Caribbean and raising alarm in Florida, where the chance of a direct impact continues to rise. The storm is blamed for at least nine deaths; thousands of people are being told to get out of its way. The large Category 5 storm has weakened somewhat but is still "extremely dangerous," the National Hurricane Center says, reporting 175-mph maximum sustained winds in its 11 a.m. ET advisory on Thursday. A hurricane...
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