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Washington Post
Irma weakens to a tropical storm after knocking out power to millions in Florida
Washington Post
MIAMI — The remnants of Hurricane Irma swept north through Florida on Monday, leaving behind a trail of debris, flooding and power outages after the storm roared up the state's Gulf Coast and brought its drenching rainfall and battering winds into ...

CBS News
United Nations approves new round of sanctions against North Korea
CBS News
UNITED NATIONS -- The U.N. Security Council on Monday unanimously approved new sanctions on North Korea but not the measures sought by the Trump administration to ban all oil imports and freeze international assets of the government and its leader, ...

Washington Post
Lawmakers demand accounting from Equifax on massive security breach
Washington Post
Key lawmakers on Monday demanded a detailed accounting of the security systems of Equifax, a leading credit-rating agency, following a hack that gave criminals access to sensitive information of up to 143 million American consumers in one of the most ...

New York Post
Teen found dead in walk-in freezer after hotel party
New York Post
A mother says she's “horrified” after the body of her 19-year-old daughter was found inside an Illinois hotel's walk-in freezer — a day after she apparently walked into it drunk, according to authorities and witnesses. Kenneka Jenkins, 19, was ...

Politico
Christie: Steve Bannon looking for 'last 15 minutes of fame'
Politico
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie ripped into Steve Bannon on Monday, mocking the fired White House aide as a powerless figure who was looking for his “last 15 minutes of fame” during a “60 Minutes” interview that aired Sunday. The Republican governor ...

CBS News
Irma causes severe flooding, power outages in South Carolina
CBS News
COLUMBIA, S.C. -- While South Carolina avoided Irma's eye, the massive storm caused severe flooding and tropical storm-force winds that left hundreds of thousands without power Monday. Tropical Storm Irma brought wind gusts of up to 72 mph on Folly ...

Washington Post
Supreme Court allows broad enforcement of travel ban — at least for a day
Washington Post
U.S. officials can at least temporarily continue to block refugees with formal assurances from resettlement agencies from entering the United States after the Supreme Court intervened again Monday to save a piece of President Trump's travel ban ...

New York Times
'Uncontacted' Amazon Tribe Members Reported Killed in Brazil
New York Times
Members of an uncontacted tribe in Brazil in 2008. Indigenous groups in the Amazon are under increasing threat. Credit Funai/Associated Press. SÃO PAULO, Brazil — They were members of an uncontacted tribe gathering eggs along the river in a remote ...

CBS News
8th victim dies after mass shooting at Texas football party
CBS News
PLANO, Texas -- Police say one of the people hospitalized after a. Sunday night has died, bringing the total killed to nine, including the suspect, who was fatally shot by police. Plano police Chief Gregory W. Rushin said Monday afternoon that one of ...

CNET
10 iPhone 8 secrets spilled by Apple's superleak
CNET
A mockup of what the iPhone X could look like. TVC-Mall.com. It's the biggest leak since Apple left an iPhone in a bar. Heck, it might be even bigger. This weekend, journalists and developers got their hands on a leaked version of Apple's latest iOS 11 ...

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