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After killing 5, deadly storms head east and put 90 million at risk


Storms that killed at least two people in Texas crossed the Mississippi/Alabama state line early Sunday, moving the risk of life-threatening winds, strong tornadoes and large hail to a large section of the United States. (CNN US) More More

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