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WATCH: Island of Puerto Rico 'destroyed' by Hurricane Maria

Puerto Rico's office of emergency management confirmed that 100 percent of the U.S. territory has lost power, noting that anyone with electricity was using a generator.

Mueller inquired about Comey and Flynn firings, Russia meeting: Sources


Senate committees are also planning hearings and interviews related to Russia.

More than 200 dead after magnitude 7.1 earthquake strikes Mexico

The earthquake caused extensive damage to Mexico City.

13-year-old credits earthquake drills with helping him escape collapsed school

Citywide drills were held to mark the 32nd anniversary of a 1985 quake.

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WATCH: Investigators interview Rod Rosenstein as part of Russia probe


Special counsel Robert Mueller's team questioned the deputy attorney general amid probe of Comey firing.


Devastating earthquake breaks apart the facade of Mexico City government building

Panicked bystanders were seen fleeing from the raining debris.


How loose soil beneath Mexico City can make earthquakes more severe

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The loose soil beneath amplifies the ripple effects from earthquakes.

WATCH: Rescuers desperately searching for survivors in collapsed school in Mexico City

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A 7.1 magnitude earthquake struck Tuesday, killing hundreds.

North Dakota settles with Dakota Access pipeline builder


North Dakota regulators approve agreement settling allegations that the Texas-based builder of the Dakota Access pipeline violated state rules


Trump tells African leaders of friends 'trying to get rich' in their countries

The president was speaking at a working lunch with the continent's leaders.

RNC spent over $230K last month covering Trump's legal fees in Russia investigations


The RNC has not committed to continuing to foot the president’s legal bills.


Mosul children return to school after ISIS defeat: 'We are not giving up on learning'

In West Mosul, 110 schools have reopened to welcome nearly 81,000 children.

WATCH: Drone video shows rescue efforts at Mexican school


The earthquake struck about 75 miles southeast of Mexico City on Tuesday.


Jake LaMotta, boxing legend and inspiration for 'Raging Bull,' dead at 95

"I love him, God rest his soul," his wife told ABC News.


Explore China's increasingly inconvenient border with North Korea

ABC News traveled along the 880-mile border between China and North Korea.

Nikki Haley defends Trump's 'Rocket Man' speech: He 'was being honest'


Nikki Haley said the president "was being honest" in his speech Tuesday.


WATCH: Tales of survival from Mexico's 1985 earthquake


John Quinones reported from Juarez Hospital, where rescuers pulled newborns from the rubble.

Tarps covering Confederate statues are being ripped down


Officials in Charlottesville, Virginia, are trying to stop people from ripping down tarps that cover statues of Confederate generals


Buildings on Puerto Rico unable to withstand Category 5 storms: Expert

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Many residences in Puerto Rico are built to withstand 125 mph winds, if that.

Wednesday, Sep 20

Trump threatens to 'totally destroy' N. Korea, calls Iran 'murderous regime'


Trump outlined his "America first" ideology to a global audience.

Tuesday, Sep 19

ANALYSIS: Trump launches rhetorical rockets at United Nations


Trump is redefining the way America is seeking out greatness.

How a St. Louis police officer went from West Point to murder suspect

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Stockley was acquitted of murder in the shooting death of Anthony Lamar Smith.

Maria 'potentially most catastrophic hurricane to hit Puerto Rico in a century'

Maria is forecast to "remain an extremely dangerous category 4 or 5 hurricane."

Hurricane Maria makes landfall on Dominica as Category 5 storm

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Maria, now a Category 1 hurricane, is expected to become a "dangerous major hurricane" over the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico by the middle of the week as a separate hurricane heads for the Northeast Coast.

Monday, Sep 18

123 arrested in St. Louis in 3rd night of protests over ex-cop's acquittal

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The protests began peacefully on Friday over an ex-officer's acquittal.

UK terror threat lowered after 2nd man arrested in London Underground attack

British police have arrested an 18-year-old man in connection with Friday's explosion on a London Underground train that sent at least 29 people to area hospitals.

Evidence leads investigators unraveling London subway plot to foster home

Police in London are focused on a very unlikely location for a suspected bomb factory in a London suburb in connection with last week's subway attack.

The Note: Which Trump will show up at the UN this week?


The pieces are in place for a Trumpian splash at the United Nations.

Sunday, Sep 17

Friends, family of man killed by cop: Why wasn't he helped?


Police knew about his drug abuse and mental health issues, family says.

Trump has 'no ideology' except 'his own personal interest': Top Democrat


"The only consistent theme seems to be he’s pro-Trump," Schiff said.

British PM Theresa May opens up about relationship with Trump


May said she and Trump "work well together."

St. Louis protest over ex-cop's acquittal turns violent for a 2nd night, 9 arrested

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White cop was found not guilty of murder in fatal shooting of black man.

Saturday, Sep 16

Russian airstrike in Syria hits partner force in US-led coalition

Russian airstrike in Syria wounds fighters of U.S.-backed coalition partner.

U2 cancels St. Louis concert after protests lead to dozens of arrests

The city erupted in protest Friday after an ex-cop was acquitted for a killing.

Florida nursing home called governor's personal cellphone for help

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Eight residents died earlier this week after Irma knocked out the facility's AC.

St. Louis protest over ex-cop acquittal turns violent, 32 arrested, 10 officers hurt

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Jason Stockley was acquitted in the 2011 shooting death of Anthony Lamar Smith.