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Wildfires Burn Out of Control Across Northern California; 17 Are Dead

Wildfires Burn Out of Control Across Northern California; 17 Are Dead

“We always thought the alert system would give us time, but there was no notice, no warning,” said Maureen Grinnell, 77, who lived in the hills north of Napa with her husband, Sheldon, 89, who uses a walker. “I was watching a movie with my 19-year-old granddaughter and I smelled smoke, and I looked...
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Wildfires in Northern California Kill at Least 10 and Destroy 1500 Buildings

Wildfires in Northern California Kill at Least 10 and Destroy 1500 Buildings

“This is really serious. It’s moving fast. The heat, the lack of humidity and the winds are all driving a very dangerous situation and making it worse,” the governor said at a morning news conference. “It’s not under control by any means. But we’re on it in the best way we know how.” Advertisement...
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Trump administration releases hard-line immigration principles, threatening deal on ‘dreamers’

Trump administration releases hard-line immigration principles, threatening deal on ‘dreamers’

President Trump prepares to leave for Greensboro, N.C., on Saturday. (Yuri Gripas/Reuters) The Trump administration released a list of hard-line immigration principles late Sunday that threaten to derail a deal in Congress to allow hundreds of thousands of younger undocumented immigrants to remain in the country legally. The administration’s wish list includes the funding...
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Hurricane Nate Makes Landfall on the Gulf Coast

Hurricane Nate Makes Landfall on the Gulf Coast

Even though Nate had not strengthened beyond a Category 1 storm by late Saturday night, it still had an emotional toll here in Mississippi, where a hurricane has not made landfall since 2005, when 6,000 of the city’s 25,000 structures were destroyed. “I was a little bit more nervous about this one because we...
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GE’s Startling C-Suite Shakeup Sparks Concern About New CEO’s ‘Reset’

Just days after new General Electric Co. (CEO) John Flannery added the role of chairman to his resume, well ahead of schedule, the manufacturing conglomerate announced sweeping leadership changes that may signal he’s planning deep cuts to next year’s financial targets. CFO Jeffrey Bornstein, a 28-year-veteran, will retire at the end of December, along...
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The true secret of the NRA’s success

An old rule of thumb holds that when someone says it’s not about the money, it’s really about the money. But there are exceptions to almost every rule. The National Rifle Association is a case in point. In the wake of the horror in Las Vegas this week, countless politicians, journalists and commentators are...
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FBI Chief on Russian Hacking: We ‘Should Have Seen This Coming’

The US government should have anticipated Russia’s efforts to meddle in the 2016 elections — but the FBI is nevertheless working to make sure Russia “pays” for its actions, bureau officials said Wednesday. FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe said Moscow’s efforts were surprising “in some ways,” but that the intelligence community had enough information...
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Las Vegas Shooting: Gunman’s Girlfriend Is Expected to Be Questioned in US

Las Vegas Shooting: Gunman’s Girlfriend Is Expected to Be Questioned in US

A federal law enforcement official earlier said two rifles were outfitted with scopes and set up on tripods in front of two big windows. Another official said that among the weapons were AR-15-style assault rifles. Both officials spoke on the condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to divulge details of the investigation....
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42 guns, loaded high-capacity magazines found in Vegas shooter’s hotel room and Nevada home

42 guns, loaded high-capacity magazines found in Vegas shooter’s hotel room and Nevada home

A total of 42 guns were found in the suspected Las Vegas shooter’s hotel room and house, police said Monday night. Las Vegas Police Department Assistant Sheriff Todd R. Fasulo said that 23 guns were found in the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino room where suspected shooter Stephen Paddock fired into a crowd, and...
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Trump defies critics of his Puerto Rico response by conducting business as usual

JERSEY CITY — From a glass balcony overlooking the 14th hole of the Presidents Cup golf event, President Trump on Sunday conveyed a clear statement: He would not be intimidated by the outcry over his administration’s response to the devastation on Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria. His decision to preside over the Presidents Cup,...
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Trump signed presidential directive ordering actions to pressure North Korea

Early in his administration, President Trump signed a directive outlining a strategy of pressure against North Korea that involved actions across a broad spectrum of government agencies and led to the use of military cyber-capabilities, according to U.S. officials. As part of the campaign, U.S. Cyber Command targeted hackers in North Korea’s military spy...
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HHS Secretary Tom Price resigns amid criticism for taking charter flights at taxpayer expense

Tom Price, President Trump’s embattled health and human services secretary, resigned Friday amid sharp criticism of his extensive use of taxpayer-funded charter flights, the White House said. The announcement came shortly after Trump told reporters he considered Price a “fine man” but that he “didn’t like the optics” and planned to make a decision...
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Lobbyists Rally to Save Tax Breaks Under Threat in Trump Plan

Lobbyists Rally to Save Tax Breaks Under Threat in Trump Plan

The deduction is a key incentive for people to buy homes, since it reduces their taxable income by the amount of interest paid on a mortgage. Real estate agents worry that doubling the standard deduction may provide a richer tax break than itemizing and claiming the mortgage deduction. “We have always said that tax...
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GOP proposes deep tax cuts, provides few details on how to pay for them

GOP proposes deep tax cuts, provides few details on how to pay for them

Republican leaders on Wednesday proposed slashing tax rates for the wealthy, the middle class and businesses while preserving popular tax deductions that encourage buying homes and giving to charity, hoping to unify the party behind a proposal to revamp the U.S. tax code. But the nine-page framework they released to kick off negotiations left...
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Roy Moore Wins Senate GOP Runoff in Alabama

Roy Moore Wins Senate GOP Runoff in Alabama

For his part, Mr. Trump congratulated Mr. Moore in a tweet. “Luther Strange started way back ran a good race. Roy, WIN in Dec!” he wrote. In a race that began as something of a political afterthought and ended up showcasing the right’s enduring divisions, the victory by Mr. Moore, one of the most...
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Republicans vow to ‘press on’ with health care bill in CNN debate

Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what’s happening in the world as it unfolds. Article source: http://www.cnn.com/2017/09/25/politics/health-care-debate-town-hall/index.html
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New Order Indefinitely Bars Almost All Travel From Seven Countries

For Mr. Trump, whose efforts on health care, infrastructure improvements and tax reform are gaining little steam, the new order is a third attempt to make good on his campaign promise to respond to terrorist threats by tightening entry at the nation’s borders. In December 2015, he called for a complete ban on travel...
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What President Trump doesn’t get about the NFL

How the NFL responds to Donald Trump’s spit-foaming is hardly a test case for whether the republic will stand. Nevertheless, the league is a maker of manners in this country, so it means something that Commissioner Roger Goodell and others are getting it right, striking the perfect calm but resistant tone in response to...
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‘Regular order’ may have just killed GOP’s Obamacare repeal. So what is it?

‘Regular order’ may have just killed GOP’s Obamacare repeal. So what is it?

(iStock) Republicans’ last-ditch effort to repeal Obamacare is thisclose to being doomed, thanks to two rather vague words: regular order. Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) announced Friday morning that he cannot “in good conscience” vote for a bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act that the Senate was planning to vote on next week with...
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Trump imposes new sanctions on North Korea; Kim says he will ‘tame the mentally deranged US dotard with fire’

Trump imposes new sanctions on North Korea; Kim says he will ‘tame the mentally deranged US dotard with fire’

NEW YORK — President Trump on Thursday announced new financial sanctions targeting North Korea as his administration seeks to build international support for more aggressively confronting the rogue nation, whose escalating nuclear and ballistic missile capabilities have reached what U.S. officials consider a crisis point. The new penalties seek to leverage the dominance of...
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Puerto Rico entirely without power as Hurricane Maria hammers island with devastating force

Puerto Rico entirely without power as Hurricane Maria hammers island with devastating force

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — Hurricane Maria delivered a destructive full-body blow to this U.S. territory on Wednesday, ripping off metal roofs, generating terrifying and potentially lethal flash floods, knocking out 100 percent of the island’s electrical grid and decimating some communities. With sustained winds of 155 mph at landfall — a strong Category 4...
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Central Mexico earthquake kills more than 140, topples buildings

Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what’s happening in the world as it unfolds. Article source: http://www.cnn.com/2017/09/19/americas/mexico-earthquake/index.html
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Hurricane Maria hits Dominica with Category 5 punch

Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what’s happening in the world as it unfolds. Article source: http://www.cnn.com/2017/09/18/americas/atlantic-storms-maria-jose-lee/index.html
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US Ambassador Haley: UN has exhausted options on North Korea

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said on Sunday the U.N. Security Council has run out of options on containing North Korea’s nuclear program and the United States may have to turn the matter over to the Pentagon. “We have pretty much exhausted all the things that we can...
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WH: US staying out of climate accord

Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what’s happening in the world as it unfolds. Article source: http://www.cnn.com/2017/09/16/politics/trump-paris-climate-deal/index.html
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Report: Facebook gave special investigator Robert Mueller detailed info on Russian ad buys

Report: Facebook gave special investigator Robert Mueller detailed info on Russian ad buys

An official for Facebook told TechCrunch that the company is “continuing to cooperate with the relevant U.S. authorities,” as investigations into the Russian hack of last year’s presidential election continue to expand. In the latest development, authorities are now investigating how agents used online advertising on social networks and search platforms, and tech companies...
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North Korea launches missile over Japan

North Korea has long maintained it wants nuclear weapons and long-range missiles to deter the United States from attempting to overthrow the regime of Kim Jong Un. Pyongyang looks at states such as Iraq — where Saddam Hussein was overthrown by the United States, and Libya — its late leader, Moammar Gadhafi, gave up...
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Democrats cautious but encouraged by Trump’s outreach

President Trump on Wednesday vowed not to cut taxes for the wealthy, promised to try to protect young undocumented immigrants from deportation and extolled the virtues of bipartisanship, saying it had led to “some of the greatest legislation ever passed.” That he did all of that while declaring himself “a conservative” only heightened the sense of surrealism...
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iPhone X hands-on: High price, new screen, no home button

iPhone X hands-on: High price, new screen, no home button

The brand new iPhone X — that’s pronounced “ten,” by the way, not “ex” — is a phone of firsts for Apple. The 5.8-inch OLED screen isn’t just larger, it also uses a different technology that Apple says will make colors absolutely pop. It’s also the first iPhone to completely do away with the...
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UN agrees to toughest-ever sanctions against North Korea

The U.N. Security Council on Monday agreed on its toughest-ever sanctions against North Korea that passed unanimously after the United States softened its initial demands to win support from China and Russia. The sanctions set limits on North Korea’s oil imports and banned its textile exports in an effort to deprive the reclusive nation...
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Hurricane Irma battering Florida Peninsula as its core moves toward Tampa

Hurricane Irma battering Florida Peninsula as its core moves toward Tampa

(This post will be updated throughout Sunday, every hour or so. It was last updated at 10:10 p.m. to reflect the latest National Hurricane Center advisory.) Extremely dangerous Hurricane Irma first crashed into the Florida Keys on Sunday morning and then made a second landfall on Marco Island on Florida’s west coast Sunday afternoon,...
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Devastated island of Barbuda catches a break from Jose — although there isn’t much left to destroy

Devastated island of Barbuda catches a break from Jose — although there isn’t much left to destroy

CABARET, Haiti — After the near-annihilation of tiny Barbuda by Hurricane Irma, its 1,700 evacuated residents took shelter on its sister island of Antigua, hunkering down in government buildings and residential homes as Hurricane Jose approached. But the island nation caught a lucky break as Jose turned and missed both islands, Sir Ronald Sanders,...
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Extreme Hurricane Irma closing in on Florida, posing dire threat

Extreme Hurricane Irma closing in on Florida, posing dire threat

(This story will be updated throughout Friday. It was last updated to incorporate the 8 p.m. National Hurricane Center advisory; some more information about storm surge was added in section on Florida effects.) The extraordinarily large and intense Hurricane Irma is drawing ever closer to South Florida. A hurricane catastrophe has become nearly unavoidable;...
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‘This storm has the potential to catastrophically devastate our state’

‘This storm has the potential to catastrophically devastate our state’

MIAMI — Florida officials urged residents in flood-prone coastal communities to get out while they can, ordering evacuations in the face of oncoming Hurricane Irma, which could make landfall Sunday and inflict massive destruction not seen in the state since Hurricane Andrew in 1992. Hurricanes have lashed South Florida many times, but officials here...
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This could be The Big One, again. Massive Irma slams into Caribbean, hurtles toward Florida.

This could be The Big One, again. Massive Irma slams into Caribbean, hurtles toward Florida.

MIAMI — This could be The Big One, again, and everyone knows it, and if people here are getting a bit frantic, that might not be an irrational response. Hurricane Irma is about as big as a tropical cyclone can possibly get, and the latest computer models show it aimed at South Florida as...
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Trump Moves to End DACA and Calls on Congress to Act

Trump Moves to End DACA and Calls on Congress to Act

Protests broke out in front of the White House and the Justice Department and in cities across the country soon after Mr. Sessions’s announcement. Democrats and some Republicans, business executives, college presidents and immigration activists condemned the move as a coldhearted and shortsighted effort that was unfair to the young immigrants and could harm...
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Hurricane Irma strengthens; Florida and Puerto Rico prepare

(CNN)Hurricane Irma strengthened to a Category 4 storm Monday afternoon, churning west in the Atlantic Ocean and prompting emergency declarations in Florida and Puerto Rico. A string of Caribbean islands are now under hurricane warnings, including Antigua, Barbuda, Anguilla, Montserrat, St. Kitts, Nevis, Saba, St. Eustatius, St. Martin/Sint Maarten and St. Barts, the hurricane...
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North Korean Nuclear Test Draws US Warning of ‘Massive Military Response’

North Korean Nuclear Test Draws US Warning of ‘Massive Military Response’

Taken literally, such a policy would be tantamount to demanding a stoppage of any Chinese oil to North Korea, essentially an attempt to freeze out the country this winter and bring whatever industry it has to a halt. The Chinese would almost certainly balk; they have never been willing to take steps that might...
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Trump pays 2nd visit to Texas; Houston mayor orders 300 to evacuate

Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what’s happening in the world as it unfolds. Article source: http://www.cnn.com/2017/09/02/us/houston-texas-flood/index.html
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Mueller examining Trump’s draft letter firing FBI Director Comey

Mueller examining Trump’s draft letter firing FBI Director Comey

On the day before President Trump fired FBI Director James B. Comey, he summoned his vice president, chief of staff, top lawyer and other senior advisers to the Oval Office. He was ready to get rid of Comey, Trump told them that Monday morning in May, and had prepared a termination letter that laid...
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Texas city loses drinking water, chemicals ignite at plant as new dangers appear in Harvey’s wake

Texas city loses drinking water, chemicals ignite at plant as new dangers appear in Harvey’s wake

PORT ARTHUR, Tex. — The water was leaving, at last. But, across Southeast Texas on Thursday, new dangers kept appearing in Hurricane Harvey’s wake. In Crosby, northeast of Houston, loud “pops” were heard coming from a crippled chemical plant, where safety systems were flooded and authorities said an explosion could be imminent. In Beaumont,...
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Residents warned to ‘get out or die’ as Harvey unleashes new waves of punishing rains and flooding

Residents warned to ‘get out or die’ as Harvey unleashes new waves of punishing rains and flooding

HOUSTON — The storm once known as Hurricane Harvey made its second landfall Wednesday, dumping record rains and spurring additional flooding in small Texas cities that lie east of now-devastated Houston. Harvey, which had swung out into the Gulf of Mexico again, came ashore at dawn near the Texas-Louisiana border. Its rain bands preceded...
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Trump, in Texas, Calls Harvey Recovery Response Effort a ‘Real Team’

Trump, in Texas, Calls Harvey Recovery Response Effort a ‘Real Team’

Photo President Trump and Melania, his wife, listened during a briefing on Tuesday about Hurricane Harvey relief efforts with local leadership and relief organizations at Fire Station 5 in Corpus Christi, Tex. Credit Doug Mills/The New York Times WASHINGTON — President Trump traveled to storm-brushed Corpus Christi, Tex., on Tuesday to survey some of...
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Trump, in Texas, Calls Harvey Recovery Response Effort a ‘Real Team’

Trump, in Texas, Calls Harvey Recovery Response Effort a ‘Real Team’

Photo President Trump and Melania, his wife, listened during a briefing on Tuesday about Hurricane Harvey relief efforts with local leadership and relief organizations at Fire Station 5 in Corpus Christi, Tex. Credit Doug Mills/The New York Times WASHINGTON — President Trump traveled to storm-brushed Corpus Christi, Tex., on Tuesday to survey some of...
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Harvey Live Updates: Cities Gear Up to Take In Storm Victims From Texas Coast

Harvey Live Updates: Cities Gear Up to Take In Storm Victims From Texas Coast

The flooding could get worse in Houston. The Army Corps of Engineers on Monday began releasing water from flood-control reservoirs, which is likely to worsen flooding in parts of Houston, Mayor Sylvester Turner said. The Buffalo Bayou, the major waterway flowing west to east through the heart of the city, is already at record-high...
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Full extent of Harvey’s aftermath starts to come into chilling focus

Full extent of Harvey’s aftermath starts to come into chilling focus

Downtown is seen in rain and clouds in Houston on Sunday. Rising water from Hurricane Harvey pushed thousands of people to rooftops or higher ground. (Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post) HOUSTON — The full extent of Hurricane Harvey’s aftermath started to come into chilling focus Sunday in Houston and across much of Central Texas, as...
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Harvey delivers heavy damage as it batters Texas coast

Harvey delivers heavy damage as it batters Texas coast

In the coming days, forecasters expect, the tropical storm will meander south and east, and possibly slip back out over the warm gulf waters, allowing it to restrengthen to some extent. All the while it will dump what could be historic quantities of rain — 15 to 30 inches in many areas, with as...
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Hurricane Harvey reaches Category 4 intensity; Texas Gov. Greg Abbott calls for evacuations

Hurricane Harvey reaches Category 4 intensity; Texas Gov. Greg Abbott calls for evacuations

CORPUS CHRISTI, Tex. — Hurricane Harvey intensified into a Category 4 storm as it churned toward what was certain to be a devastating landfall near this city by early Saturday morning. The storm was on track to be the strongest hurricane to hit the United States since Wilma in 2005. Forecasters and government officials...
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Texas in direct path of suddenly intensifying, ‘astounding’ Hurricane Harvey

Texas in direct path of suddenly intensifying, ‘astounding’ Hurricane Harvey

Texas is bracing for potentially catastrophic flooding and winds as Hurricane Harvey intensified Thursday and cruised toward a late Friday impact near Corpus Christi. The National Hurricane Center described Harvey’s sudden strengthening as “astounding.” The storm is expected to strike as a Category 3 hurricane — meaning with winds greater than 111 miles per...
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‘I don’t know how it got this bad’: Trump supporters and protesters meet in Phoenix

‘I don’t know how it got this bad’: Trump supporters and protesters meet in Phoenix

PHOENIX — Just before 4 p.m. on Tuesday, at an intersection near the convention center where President Trump was scheduled to hold a campaign rally, two vendors hawked products with competing messages. On one side of the street, two men sold “Make America Great Again” caps for $20 and T-shirts featuring Trump’s beloved red-splattered...
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