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  • By Patricia Sullivan, Mark Berman and Katie Zezima | The Washington Post

CAPE CORAL, Fla. - Millions of Floridians grappled with the aftermath of Hurricane Irma on Wednesday, confronting a sweltering reality: More than 40 percent of Florida still lacked electricity, and for some of them, the lights might not come back on for days or even weeks.

  • Luke Sharrett

An Indiana Southern Railway train is loaded with coal at the Peabody Energy Somerville Central mine in Oakland City, Indiana, on April 6, 2016…

  • Luke Sharrett

Bulldozers sit parked in a row in this aerial photograph taken above the Peabody Energy Somerville Central coal mine in Oakland City, Indiana,…