Day ahead: Trump surveys hurricane damage, several big court cases to be heard

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President Trump visits the areas affected by Hurricane Michael and Harvard goes to court. Here’s a look at the day ahead.

President Trump is expected to survey areas in Florida and Georgia that were badly hit by Hurricane Michael. Michael hit land last Wednesday as a category four storm, breaking records for sustained wind speeds.

Harvey Weinstein’s next round of court cases will be heard in Los Angeles. A federal court judge will listen to arguments to dismiss or keep the lawsuit from actress Ashley Judd against the director.

Harvard University is under fire for its admission’s practices. The Ivy League school heads to court after being accused of “racial-balancing” and discrimination against Asian American applicants.

Today in 1924, President Calvin Coolidge officially declares the Statue of Liberty a national monument. Lady Liberty has called the New York Harbor home since 1885.

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