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Los Angeles Times
This could be The Big One, again. Massive Irma slams into Caribbean, hurtles toward Florida.
Washington Post
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 ...

Washington Post
Trump sides with Democrats on fiscal issues, throwing Republican plans into chaos
Washington Post
President Trump, a man of few allegiances who seized control of the Republican Party in a hostile takeover, suddenly aligned himself with Democrats on Wednesday on a series of key fiscal issues — and even gave a lift to North Dakota's embattled ...

New York Times
Fake Russian Facebook Accounts Bought $100000 in Political Ads
New York Times
Facebook, already at the center of a storm over the role that it played in propagating misleading information during the presidential campaign, disclosed on Wednesday that fake accounts linked to Russia had purchased political ads on the social network ...

CNN
Blue states sue Trump over DACA
CNN
Washington (CNN) Conservative states may have boxed President Donald Trump into announcing an end for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program -- but Democratic state attorneys general are already fighting back. Sessions as face of DACA ...

Bloomberg
US Is Said to Seek a Ban on Crude Oil to North Korea at UN
Bloomberg
The U.S. is circulating a draft resolution at the United Nations that would bar crude oil shipments to North Korea, ban the nation's exports of textiles and prohibit employment of its guest workers by other countries, according to a diplomat at the ...

Washington Post
'This is what bribery looks like': Sen. Menendez corruption trial gets underway
Washington Post
The bribery trial of Sen. Robert Menendez began Wednesday with a federal prosecutor denouncing what he called a seven-year stretch of corruption in the service of a wealthy Florida eye doctor. “This is what bribery looks like,'' said Assistant U.S ...

PEOPLE.com
Tiger Killed in Atlanta Was Star of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Before Circus Closed
PEOPLE.com
A tiger shot and killed after attacking a dog on Wednesday was revealed to be one of the stars of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus before it closed, a spokesman confirms PEOPLE. Suzy, a 6-year-old Bengal tiger, escaped as Feld ...

ESPN
Martellus Bennett on Michael's incident: 'A hug is the best thing you can give'
ESPN
"I didn't even know there was a video," Martellus said. "I had to walk out of meetings because I broke down crying, just thinking about what could have happened, what could have been. It was just so close. You never know these days." ...
South Carolina governor declares state of emergency for Irma
WSB Atlanta
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - Gov. Henry McMaster declared a state of emergency in South Carolina for Hurricane Irma on Wednesday after the official forecasts for the storm shifted east, raising the chances of the first major hurricane strike for the state in ...

Newsweek
There's Something About Hillary Clinton's 'There's Something About Mary' Reference
Newsweek
In her hotly anticipated new memoir, Hillary Clinton shares what she really thinks of primary rival Bernie Sanders. In fact, she compares the experience of debating him to a scene from the 1998 lowbrow comedy There's Something About Mary. Yes, really!

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