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Trump says if threatened, U.S. will 'totally destroy' North Korea

Reuters 178 sources

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday vowed to "totally destroy" North Korea unless Pyongyang backs down from its nuclear challenge, mocking North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as a "rocket man" on a suicide mission.

Category 5 Maria Batters Islands With 'Storm of Their Lifetimes'

NBC News 953 sources

"We will need help, my friend, we will need help of all kinds," the prime minister of Dominica wrote after the storm passed.

Toys ‘R’ Us files for bankruptcy ahead of holiday season

Bangor Daily News 246 sources

The Chapter 11 filing is among the largest ever by a specialty retailer and casts doubt over the future of its about 1,600 stores and 64,000 employees.

FBI wiretapped Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort - reports

BBC / US / Canada 74 sources

Paul Manafort's home was raided by agents probing Russian influence on the US election

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Equifax says personal data of 100,000 Canadians may have been exposed in hack

CBC.ca / Business 16 sources

Equifax Canada says a massive cybersecurity breach at the company may have exposed the personal information of approximately 100,000 Canadian consumers.

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Senate Cancels Meeting With Trump Lawyer Cohen

NBC News / Politics 37 sources

The Senate Intelligence Committee cancelled an interview with Trump lawyer Michael Cohen because they believe he violated an agreement not to talk to the media.

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Republicans can't quit trying to repeal and replace Obamacare | Opinion

NOLA.com / News 72 sources

The U.S. Senate is moving toward voting on a health care proposal by Louisiana Sen. Bill Cassidy and South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham before the end of this month.

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THE MEMO: Trump faces test with UN address

The Hill 42 sources

Much of the political world, both right and left, will be on tenterhooks.

Post-vigil protest for slain Georgia Tech student; 3 arrests

ABC27.com / News 130 sources

ATLANTA (AP) — Three people were arrested during a protest that followed a vigil for a Georgia Tech student who was fatally shot by campus p…

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Aung San Suu Kyi Says She Doesn’t Fear International Scrutiny Over Rohingya

TIME / World 256 sources

She denied army clearance operations that have caused 412,000 Rohingya to flee

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Rohingya Muslims being wiped off Myanmar's map

SFGate / News 307 sources

YANGON, Myanmar (AP) — For generations, Rohingya Muslims have called Myanmar home. Now, in what appears to be a systematic purge, they are, quite literally, being wiped off the map.

As arrests are made, protesters question the tactics used by St. Louis police

Stltoday.com 256 sources

Police used a technique called kettling on Monday night to box in dozens of people at a busy downtown intersection and arrest them for failing to disperse.

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Hurricane Maria lashes at Dominica

CTV News 701 sources

Hurricane Maria swept over the small island of Dominica with catastrophic Category 5 winds overnight, starting a charge into the eastern Caribbean that threatens islands already devastated by Hurricane Irma and holds the possibility of a…

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Senate backs massive increase in military spending

Reuters 70 sources

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate passed its version of a $700 billion defense policy bill on Monday, backing President Donald Trump's call for a bigger, stronger military but setting the stage for a battle over government spending…

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Manafort under surveillance before and after election: report

The FBI began investigating the longtime Republican operative in 2014 because of his work in Ukraine, CNN reported.

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Trump Will Call for Action on North Korea, Iran in First ...

Bloomberg 42 sources

President Donald Trump will call on world leaders to confront North Korea and Iran in his first address to the United Nations on Tuesday, seeking a broad ...

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Donald Trump Jr. drops Secret Service protections

NY Daily News 18 sources

President Trump’s eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., has reportedly ditched his Secret Service detail for good.

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Clinton leaves question mark over 2016 election legitimacy

BBC / US / Canada 42 sources

Hillary Clinton says she would not "rule out" questioning the legitimacy of the US presidential election if Russia is found to have deeply meddled. The former secretary of state told NPR's Fresh Air programme, however, she did not believe…

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Democrats urge full review of Republicans' 11th-hour attack on Obamacare

Reuters 72 sources

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democratic leaders in the U.S. Congress on Monday demanded that legislative analysts examine both the budgetary and healthcare impacts of a last-ditch effort by Republicans to repeal Obamacare.

Monday, Sep 18

Julia Louis-Dreyfus breaks record for most Emmys for same show

NY Daily News 951 sources

Julia Louis-Dreyfus can’t stop winning.

Maria "rapidly" intensifying as it targets the Caribbean

CBS News 564 sources

"Storm promises to be catastrophic" for Puerto Rico as Category 3 hurricane barrels toward potentially devastating collision with Irma-battered islands

Justin Trudeau says Canada will not buy from Boeing while it is ‘busy trying to sue us’

CNBC / U.S. 39 sources

Trudeau said Canada will not buy any of Boeing's Super Hornet jets if it continues to pursue a lawsuit against Bombardier.

More than 80 people arrested in St. Louis during 3rd night of protests

ABC News 355 sources

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

Sunday, Sep 17

4 American Women Attacked With Acid in France

TIME / World 231 sources

(PARIS) — Four young female U.S. tourists were attacked with acid Sunday in the French city of Marseille by a woman who has been arrested, the Marseille prosecutor’s office said.

Second man arrested in London train attack investigation, Metropolitan Police say

CNBC / World 246 sources

A second man was arrested Saturday in the investigation into the terrorist attack on London's Parsons Green station.

Trump reportedly flip-flops on Paris climate deal decision

New York Post 106 sources

In a surprising about-face, the Trump administration has decided against pulling out of the Paris climate accord, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal attributed to a European Union official. “The U.S. has stated that they will…

St. Louis protesters break windows at home of city's mayor after cop's acquittal - U2 cancels St. Louis concert due to safety concerns - WATCH: St

Fox News / U.S. 182 sources

Protests in St. Louis over the acquittal of a white police officer in the shooting death of a black man turned violent late Friday, as about 1,000 demonstrators surrounded the home of the city’s mayor.

Saturday, Sep 16

U.K. Police Arrest Teen Near Port After London Subway Attack

NBC News 226 sources

An 18-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the London subway attack that injured nearly 30 on a packed commuter train.

SEE IT: Two cops hospitalized as St. Louis protesters hurl bricks

NY Daily News 481 sources

Protests broke out immediately after a judge announced a white cop was not guilty of first-degree murder in the 2011 death of a black man.

U.K. raises threat level as ISIS claims responsibility for attack

CBS News 1276 sources

British leader's decision comes after explosion in Underground station injures passengers

Actor Harry Dean Stanton dead at 91 after decades-long career

NY Daily News 162 sources

Stanton died Friday afternoon at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles, TMZ reported.

Friday, Sep 15

Cassini, the NASA spacecraft that expanded the search for life beyond Earth, dies in Saturn’s sky

Los Angeles Times 307 sources

Cassini, the NASA spacecraft whose breakthrough discoveries about Saturn and its many moons revolutionized the search for life beyond Earth, disintegrated Friday morning in the skies above the ringed planet. It was one month shy of its…

North Korea Launched Missile Over Japan Into Pacific Ocean

Bloomberg / News 555 sources

North Korea fired its second missile over Japan in as many months, a fresh provocation that comes shortly after the United Nations approved harsher ...

TERROR IN THE TUBE: Manhunt on for London bucket bomber after 22 hurt in rush-hour attack

Fox News 930 sources

Reports of "facial burns" and a passenger rush to escape emerged Friday morning after an explosion occurred at a subway station in southwest London.

Ex-cop found not guilty in shooting death of Anthony Smith

NY Daily News / News 322 sources

A former St. Louis police officer was found not guilty in the shooting death of a black motorist following a car chase in 2011.

Thursday, Sep 14

8 people in Florida nursing home die amid statewide power outages after Irma

Washington Post 495 sources

Police opened a criminal investigation into the deaths of at least eight people at a South Florida nursing home that apparently was without air conditioning amid ongoing power outages from Hurricane Irma, according to local officials.

White House: ESPN's Jemele Hill should be fired for Trump insults

NY Daily News 157 sources

"I think that's one of the more outrageous comments that anyone could make," Sarah Huckabee Sanders said about Hill's controversial tweet.

Martin Shkreli bound for jail after judge revokes his $5M bail

NY Daily News 189 sources

Martin Shkreli got socked into jail Wednesday when a federal judge delivered a poetic punchline to the Pharma Bro's Hillary Clinton jokes.

Democrats say agreement reached with Trump to protect young immigrants

The Guardian / US 420 sources

Trump denies deal made with Democrats but suggests protections for so-called Dreamers could be made in exchange for increased border security