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Fifteen dead as South Carolina gripped by historic flooding

Carroll of Waccamaw Lake Drive pulls boat carrying neighbors Woodward, Woodward and Desjardins in ConwaySouth Carolina grappled with the damage wrought by record rainfall, as the death toll from widespread flooding rose to 15 on Tuesday and residents braced for more evacuations in areas near dams and swollen waterways across the state. "We are still in the mode that the next 36 to 48 hours will be volatile," Governor Nikki Haley told a news conference. Eleven dams in the southeastern state have failed, the state Emergency Management Division said.

London Film Festival puts focus on women, onscreen and off

Actress Carey Mulligan poses for photographers during the London Film Festival opening photo call for the film, Suffragette, in a central London hotel, Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015.(Photo by Joel Ryan/Invision/AP)LONDON (AP) — The London Film Festival opens Wednesday with "Suffragette," the story of British women who fought for the right to vote — a milestone on a journey to equality that many believe is still unfinished.

DNA research deployed in war on cancer scoops Nobel Prize

Professors Sara Snogerup Linse, Goran K. Hansson and Claes Gustafsson, members of the Nobel Assembly, talk to the media at a news conference at the Royal Swedish Academy in StockholmBy Daniel Dickson and Ben Hirschler STOCKHOLM/LONDON (Reuters) - Three scientists from Sweden, the United States and Turkey won the 2015 Nobel Prize for Chemistry on Wednesday for working out how cells repair damaged DNA, providing new ammunition in the war on cancer. Detailed understanding of DNA damage has helped drive a revolution in cancer treatment as researchers develop new drugs that target specific molecular pathways used by tumor cells to proliferate. Tomas Lindahl, Paul Modrich and Aziz Sancar won the prize for "mechanistic studies of DNA repair".

U.S. investigators begin probe into freighter's sinking

Debris is seen in the water from the El Faro search area in this handout photo provided by the US Coast GuardSafety officials began their investigation on Tuesday into the sinking of a U.S. cargo ship off the Bahamas during Hurricane Joaquin, with deep seas likely to hamper attempts to find the ship and 32 missing crew members. As the search for the El Faro extended through a sixth fruitless day, National Transportation Safety Board Vice Chairman Bella Dinh-Zarr said her team would look at everything from marine logs to why the ship was caught in a hurricane. Maritime experts have called the sinking of the El Faro en route from Jacksonville to San Juan, Puerto Rico, the worst cargo shipping disaster involving a U.S.-flagged vessel in more than 30 years.

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