Another mass shooting in Texas as Southeast readies for Dorian


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Weber and Jake Bleiberg in Midland, Texas: “At least five people are dead in West Texas after a man stopped by state troopers for failing to signal a left turn opened fire and fled, shooting more than 20 people as he drove before being killed by officers outside a movie theater, authorities said.“The shooting began Saturday afternoon with an interstate traffic stop where gunfire was exchanged with police, setting off a chaotic rampage during which the suspect hijacked a mail carrier truck and fired at random as he drove in the area of Odessa and Midland, two cities in the heart of Texas oil country more than 300 miles (483 kilometers) west of Dallas.“Police initially reported possible multiple shooters, but Odessa Police Chief Michael Gerke later said there was only one male suspect in his 30s. The suspect shot ‘at innocent civilians all over Odessa,’ according to a statement from Odessa police, which did not name the man or offer motive.” APSUNDAY BEST … MARGARET BRENNAN spoke with BETO O’ROURKE on CBS’ “FACE THE NATION”: BRENNAN: “You've said Americans have functionally accepted as our fate mass shootings are just going to occur. “Texas gun law changes take effect one day after deadly shooting near Odessa and Midland,” by Deanna Watson in USA Today: “A bulk of gun law changes took effect in Texas on Sunday, loosening restrictions just one day after a mass shooting near Odessa and Midland left at least 5 people dead. 1 but come just one day after a routine traffic stop on Interstate 20 triggered a deadly shooting rampage.” USA TodayTHE STEP BACK -- “51 People Died in Mass Shootings in August Alone in the U.S.,” by NYT’s Neil VigdorTHE LATEST ON DORIAN -- “‘Catastrophic’ Hurricane Dorian unleashes devastating blow in northern Bahamas, takes aim at Southeast U.S.,” by WaPo’s Andrew Freedan: “With peak winds of 160 mph, Hurricane Dorian is about as powerful as any Atlantic hurricane can get as the core of its strongest winds and most dangerous storm surge moves over the northwestern Bahamas.“The storm is moving slowly toward Florida and the Southeast United States, but its exact track remains somewhat uncertain, with computer models shifting the storm slightly closer to the coast early Sunday compared to Saturday. Coastal Georgia and the Carolinas are also at risk.“Even while the majority of computer models predict Dorian to remain just offshore Florida, the National Hurricane Center is urging residents not to let their guard down and to continue preparing for an “extremely dangerous” hurricane.” WaPo-- CHUCK TODD spoke with acting FEMA Administrator PETER GAYNOR on NBC’S “MEET THE PRESS”: TODD: “I’m going to ask you, you’re in an acting role a permanent – you’re the confirmed deputy. We are ready to go.”-- MARTHA RADDATZ spoke with acting DHS Secretary KEVIN MCALEENAN on ABC NEWS’ “THIS WEEK”: RADDATZ: “And you've got President Trump coming here this morning. So, we're going to have all of the elements of the U.S. government -- the Secretary of Defense, Secretary of Transportation, Secretary of Commerce, Secretary of Health and Human Services… It's really a whole of government effort, and the president is going to make sure that we're on the same page, that we're tracking this, and that we're going to be ready.”RADDATZ: “And FEMA came under fire, as we all know, in 2017 for the handling of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.Can you guarantee that your agency is prepared for this storm?” MCALEENAN: “So, I can guarantee that FEMA and all of our federal partners are doing everything they can to support our state and local partners that manage and execute the emergency response. TRADE WARS -- “As Trump Escalates Trade War, U.S. and China Move Further Apart With No End in Sight,” by NYT’s Ana Swanson: “President Trump’s trade war with China entered new territory on Sunday as his next round of tariffs took effect, changing the rules of trade in ways that have no recent historic precedent and driving the world’s two largest economies further apart.“American tariffs on foreign goods had already climbed higher than any time since the 1960s before Sunday, when the United States imposed a new 15 percent tariff. American companies that once believed the trade war would blow over are now scrambling to limit their exposure to China, in some cases shifting production to other countries, like Vietnam, to avoid tariffs that will soon reach as much as 30 percent.” NYTSign up today to receive the #1-rated newsletter in politicsBy signing up you agree to receive email newsletters or alerts from POLITICO. 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