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Live from NPR News in Washington, I am Jeanine Herbst.

Hurricane Dorian is lashing the Georgia and South Carolina coast as it slowly moves up the east coast with maximum sustained winds of 110 miles per hour. Severe flooding from storm surge is a main worry along with strong winds and rain. Federal Emergency Management Agency Acting Director Peter Gaynor says his agency is prepared to help with supplies. "1250 truck and trailer loads of food and water from FEMA are pre-positioned." He says there're around 10,000 federal and national guard troops activated in four states, and swift water rescue teams are also on standby as well. Meanwhile, tens of thousands of people, who survived Hurricane Dorian's wrath on the Bahamas, are without communication and stranded. Wind gust of up to 220 miles per hour wreaked havoc on portions of Abaco and Grand Bahama. At least seven deaths are blamed on the storm. NPR's Jason Beaubien says the only people who are getting out are being evacuated by helicopter to Nassau.

/ Robert / Dorian and in his house on an island just off Marsh Harbor. "My house, I lost it completely. It's [a] devastation, it's a mass." After sleeping in the shed for two days, the 75-year-old was plugged off the island by a private helicopter. He says Dorian wiped areas entirely clean, stripping trees down to just bare trunks. "You know, leaves in no trees, no, nothing, it's just stick[s], sink it up, you know, there's nothing." Government officials say more than 60% of the buildings in Marsh Harbor are damaged or destroyed and haven't been able to assess the damage in the larger Grand Bahama. Jason Beaubien, NPR News, Nassau.

A prominent Democratic lawyer, who once served as President Obama's White House Counsel, has been found not guilty of lying to the Justice Department. As NPR's Ryan Lucas reports, the jury acquitted Creg Craig after some five hours of deliberations. Creg Craig was charged with concealing information from the Justice Department about the work he did for the Ukraine government back in 2012. Over the course of a two-and-a-half-week trial, prosecutors alleged that Craig knowingly withheld information from the department that he knew he should have provided about his Ukraine work. He did so, the government alleged, to avoid registering as a foreign agent as required by law. But Craig, who testified on his own behalf at the trial, denied that he never lied to the department. He also said he never acted as an agent of Ukraine. Ultimately, the jury sided with Craig and found him not guilty. Ryan Lucas, NPR News, Washington.

The Federal Reserve says the US economy is still growing at a steady pace from mid-July to late August despite the trade wars between the US and China. That's from the Fed's Beige Book, a survey of business conditions around the country that found homebuilding is flat, farmers are dealing with weather and manmade challenges, and some businesses are having problems finding enough qualified workers.

Wall Street higher by the closing bell. This is NPR News.

Michigan's governor wants his state to become the first in the country to ban flavoured e-cigarettes. Governor Gretchen Whitmer is ordering the state's health department to issue emergency rules that would prohibit the sale of flavoured nicotine vaping products to anyone. Advocates for vaping are criticizing the action, but public health advocates and school groups are praising it. A spokeswoman for the vaping industry says court challenges are likely.

Zimbabwe's government plans to introduce a law outlawing strikes by doctors and nurses. This comes after junior doctors and government health institutions around the country stop going to work. / reports from Harare doctors are demanding better pay and they are not moved by the threat.

The doctors are saying they are not on strike but are incapacitated due to low pay in a country where prices of goods and services are skyrocketing. They take home the equivalent of less than 200 US dollars per month. The doctors have rejected 60% pay increase offered by the government. Doctor Peter Magombeyi is president of the Zimbabwean Hospital Doctors Association. "We are broadly rejecting that. It doesn't match the skyrocketing prices in the market and we are still incapacitated." Dr Magombeyi added no negotiations are going on to end this for pay-related works shortage by the doctors since Emmerson Mnangagwa became president nearly two years ago.  For NPR News, I'm / in Harare.

Crude oil prices are higher by the closing bell of more than 4%.

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