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Aug. 30, 2019Updated 6:59 a.m. ETGood morning.We’re covering the latest on Hurricane Dorian, the arrest of prominent pro-democracy activists in Hong Kong, and the unexpected departure of President Trump’s personal assistant. And it’s Friday, so there’s a new news quiz.ImageStocking up on plywood in West Palm Beach, Fla., on Thursday.CreditSaul Martinez for The New York TimesFlorida prepares for an unpredictable stormForecasters expect Hurricane Dorian to arrive somewhere along the state’s east coast on Monday afternoon, but exactly where is a mystery: Some models predict that it will deliver a direct blow to Central Florida, others that it will veer north or south.Because of the uncertainty, all 67 counties in Florida are under an emergency declaration, and residents scrapped their Labor Day weekend plans to prepare.If Dorian maintains its strength, it will be the most powerful hurricane to make landfall on Florida’s east coast in almost 30 years. Here are the latest updates and a map tracking the storm’s path.ImageJoshua Wong, pictured at a protest in June, was a leader of the 2014 Umbrella Movement. He was arrested in Hong Kong today.CreditLam Yik Fei for The New York TimesKey activists are arrested in Hong KongThe police arrested at least three prominent activists today and blocked plans for a march on Saturday as part of an intensifying crackdown on antigovernment protests.Joshua Wong and Agnes Chow, who were student leaders in the city’s 2014 pro-democracy demonstrations, were among those arrested, their political organization said.Background: Five years ago, Beijing announced a plan for limited democracy in Hong Kong that set off the Umbrella Movement, a two-month occupation of several neighborhoods. The current demonstrators had hoped to commemorate the anniversary of that day, known as “the 8/31,” with a huge march on Saturday, although that now seems unlikely.Related: China has effectively expelled a Beijing-based reporter for The Wall Street Journal after he wrote an article about the cousin of the country’s leader, Xi Jinping.A stinging rebuke for James ComeyThe former F.B.I. director violated policy by disclosing memos about his interactions with President Trump, setting “a dangerous example” for

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