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Here's the latest for Wednesday September 16th: Hurricane Sally drenches Gulf Coast; Dirty air from fires could take weeks to clear; Trump denies downplaying coronavirus; Biden expresses support for Puerto Rico statehood.
 
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"FCA Replay" is a weekly recap of some of the major stories at FCA. The top stories for the week of September 11, 2020, include the pricing of Chrysler's 2021 minivan lineup, the debut of the 2021 Ram Limited Night Edition trucks, Dodge bringing the Widebody Package to two more Challengers for 2021...

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