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Hurricane Sally's movement, Woodward's new Book, an Apple event: 5 things to know Tuesday

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Hurricane Sally weakens slightly, will re-strengthen later Tuesday, Bob Woodward's new Trump book titled 'Rage,' is out and more news to know Tuesday.
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