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  1. The Sponsors Of Obamacare Repeal Are Trying To Fool America -- And Fellow Republicans
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  3. Maria: See the Destruction the Category 5 Hurricane Left in its Wake
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  5. Trump fires back after Clinton calls U.N. speech 'dangerous'
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  7. Catalan nationalists protest in Barcelona
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  9. Grandfather hands stranger's toddler $20 bill in Target for most tragic reason
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  11. Suspect In Slayings Of 2 Black Men Reportedly Had Hitler Speech At Home
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  13. 'Fixer Upper' stars Chip and Joanna Gaines spark backlash over new Target line
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  15. Man Shot Dead By Oklahoma City Cop Was Deaf (UPDATED)
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  17. Scenes From Hurricane Maria's Destruction Across the Caribbean
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  19. The U.S. Is Giving $32 Million To Assist Rohingya Refugees
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  21. GE to sell corporate jets in cost-cutting move
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  23. 'What a class act!' Chaffetz says he'll pass on reading Clinton's book
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  25. Russia rebukes Trump over Iran, North Korea, accuses U.S. of missile treaty breach
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  27. Ryan Phillippe accused of brutally beating ex-girlfriend while 'drunk and high'
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  29. A Mexican TV News Station Caught the Moment the Powerful Quake Struck
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  31. The Oatmeal Cookie Recipes That Are Better Than Your Grandma's
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  33. Muslims More Likely Than Americans Overall To See Discrimination Against Black People
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  35. Captain: Oklahoma City man killed by police was deaf
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  37. Navy Hospital Staffers Removed After Sharing Disturbing Photos Of Newborns
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  39. Should You Participate in a Class Action Against Equifax?
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  1. Trump Likened to ‘a Dog Barking’ by North Korea’s Top Envoy
  2. SUMMARY: Threatened by President Trump with destruction, North Korea likens the American leader to a yapping canine and worries for his aides.

  3. Pakistan’s Leader Says Military Has Routed Taliban From Afghan Border
  4. SUMMARY: The U.S. and Afghanistan doubt that claim and say Pakistan must do more to thwart militants.

  5. Emboldened China Wields Its Laws to Silence Critics From Abroad
  6. SUMMARY: The case of a rights activist from Taiwan awaiting sentencing in China for subversion is emblematic of a wider, global campaign, critics say.

  7. Karachi Journal: Daring to Celebrate, Sect in Pakistan Prepares for Honored Guest
  8. SUMMARY: The Dawoodi Bohras bear the scars of sectarian attacks, but they are going all out to host their sect’s leader for the first time in more than 20 years.

  9. Toshiba Reaches Tentative Deal to Sell Microchip Unit
  10. SUMMARY: The board of the Japanese conglomerate is close to an agreement with a group of investors led by Bain Capital, although details must still be finalized.

  11. The Contradiction Buried in Trump’s Iran and North Korea Policies
  12. SUMMARY: The president calls the Iran nuclear deal an “embarrassment,” but ending it would destroy his credibility in any talks over North Korea’s arsenal.

  13. In Deal Trump Called ‘Dumb,’ U.S. Taking 50 Refugees From Australia
  14. SUMMARY: Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said a group of asylum seekers being held in camps on Nauru and Manus Island would be resettled in the United States.

  15. South Korea’s Leader Will Be Odd Man Out in Meeting With Trump and Shinzo Abe
  16. SUMMARY: As he meets President Trump and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan, President Moon Jae-in appears isolated in opposing military options against North Korea.

  17. Where the Wild Things Are: China’s Art Dreamers at the Guggenheim
  18. SUMMARY: A story of China from 1989 to 2008, seen through the eyes of its avant-garde artists.

  19. Live Briefing: At U.N. General Assembly, Signing a Nuclear Pact and Debating Another
  20. SUMMARY: The United Nations General Assembly is convening for its second day, in the wake of President Trump’s combative remarks on North Korea and Iran. Here are the highlights.

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  1. Tax Reform Progress
  2. SUMMARY: A Senate budget deal creates more space for cutting tax rates.

  3. The Slow and Steady Fed
  4. SUMMARY: A rate increase in December looks increasingly likely.

  5. Afternoon in Germany
  6. SUMMARY: Merkel’s campaign coasts on a mood of public complacency.

  7. After Islamic State, Is There Still an Iraq?
  8. SUMMARY: Reconciliation is possible, but the country will have to overcome at least five major challenges.

  9. Republicans Get One Last Chance on ObamaCare Reform
  10. SUMMARY: Graham-Cassidy is not perfect, but it creates a competition of ideas and gives power back to states.

  11. Tax Reform Transformed North Carolina. Congress, Take Note
  12. SUMMARY: After Tar Heels overhauled their code in 2013, the economy went on a tear—and so did state revenue.

  13. The Republicans Who May Save ObamaCare
  14. SUMMARY: Start with Rand Paul. Can he vote ‘no’ on Graham-Cassidy after voting ‘yes’ in July?

  15. Kick North Korea Out of the U.N.
  16. SUMMARY: Membership has its privileges—spying, money laundering and illicit procurement.

  17. Trump Goes Nuclear
  18. SUMMARY: Critics of Trumpian rhetoric live outside the range of Kim’s missiles—for now.

  19. Ta-Nehisi Coates and the Politics of Contempt
  20. SUMMARY: The polemicist attributes Trump’s election to ‘white supremacy,’ and liberals can’t get enough.

  21. A Confederacy of Dunces
  22. SUMMARY: Mayor Bill de Blasio goes hunting for ‘hate’ on New York City property.

  23. 'Paula Revere' and the Russians
  24. SUMMARY: Clinton describes a meeting with Putin.

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  1. Rescue Workers Seek Survivors of Mexico Earthquake
  2. SUMMARY: Soldiers, rescue workers and volunteers worked Wednesday to find the living and the dead beneath rubble left by a 7.1-magnitude earthquake that destroyed scores of buildings in Mexico’s capital and surrounding states.

  3. Born on the Run: How a Pregnant Refugee Fled Myanmar's Killing Fields
  4. SUMMARY: Rohingya refugees describe the harrowing flight from Myanmar as they scramble for food and shelter, overwhelming support systems in Bangladesh.

  5. Trump Says 'I'll Let You Know' if U.S. Will Stay in Iran Deal
  6. SUMMARY: U.S. officials and their European allies exchanged sharply differing views on the benefits of the Iran nuclear accord, capping a day of debate inflamed by President Donald Trump’s assertion that he had decided on whether to stick with the deal—while not revealing his decision.

  7. Palestinian Leader Welcomes Deal to Have Hamas Cede Control of Gaza Strip
  8. SUMMARY: Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas heralded an agreement brokered by Egypt that will see militant group Hamas cede control of the Gaza Strip to his government, a significant development for the Palestinian national movement.

  9. The Secret of Angela Merkel's Longevity: Strategic Flip-Flops
  10. SUMMARY: The German chancellor’s party is heavily favored in elections this weekend, which likely will result in her securing a fourth term. Interviews show how her success comes from an uncanny ability to shift decisively with the political wind.

  11. China Rushes to Surpass U.S. in Decoding Citizens' Genes
  12. SUMMARY: Beijing has set a goal of collecting and analyzing the genetic data from at least 1 million Chinese citizens to help unearth the causes of diseases from cancer to schizophrenia, and pave the way for targeted treatments.

  13. Italy's 5 Star Movement Looks to Candidate With Mainstream Appeal
  14. SUMMARY: Italy’s Upstart 5 Star Movement is expected to choose as its candidate for prime minister a smooth-talking, suit-wearing lawmaker who could attract voters angry with established parties but wary of the movement’s more radical ideas.

  15. Top Kenya Court Blames Electoral Commission for Vote Problems
  16. SUMMARY: The Supreme Court lambasted electoral officials in a detailed account of the reasoning behind its unprecedented annulment of the presidential election, casting doubt on whether a repeat vote can go ahead when expected.

  17. First Refugees Off to U.S. Under Deal That Fueled Trump Tirade
  18. SUMMARY: Refugees from Australia’s offshore detention centers will arrive in the U.S. under a resettlement deal that President Trump blasted as “dumb,” before his administration reluctantly agreed to honor it.

  19. A Portuguese Lesson for Britain's Euroskeptics
  20. SUMMARY: The turnaround in Lisbon shows that British conservatives aren’t, in fact, as conservative as they imagine.

  21. There's Actual War, and Then There's @Ukraine vs. @Russia
  22. SUMMARY: Moscow dominates the countries’ real conflict, but the underdog takes jabs at Russia on Twitter with snarky put downs and Simpsons GIFs.

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  1. SEC Says Cybercriminals Hacked Its Files, May Have Used Secret Data For Trading
  2. SUMMARY: The Securities and Exchange Commission says the "nonpublic information" might have given the intruders an edge in the markets, but didn't contain personally identifiable information.

  3. Border Patrol Arrests Parents While Infant Awaits Serious Operation
  4. SUMMARY: The Sanchezes, who are undocumented immigrants, were apprehended while taking their son to emergency surgery. Immigrant advocates fear this is the new normal under the Trump administration.

  5. Hurricane Maria Hits Areas Still Recovering From Hurricane Irma
  6. SUMMARY: NPR's Ailsa Chang gets a view of what's happening on the ground in Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria from Carlos Mercader, the Washington, D.C.-based representative for the island's governor.

  7. Obama Argues Against Dark Worldview, Defends Health Care Law
  8. SUMMARY: "We have to reject the notion that we are suddenly gripped by forces that we cannot control," the former president said Wednesday, speaking in New York City while his successor was at the U.N.

  9. Hurricane Season Takes Its Toll On Home Sales And Builder Optimism
  10. SUMMARY: The recent enormous storms have hit the industry hard, with several signs turning negative. But economists expect a rebound when the weather improves.

  11. A Neglected Family Of Killer Viruses
  12. SUMMARY: The five hepatitis viruses claim over 1 million lives each year. Yet the attention — and funding — can't compete with HIV, TB and malaria.

  13. Mexico City Doomed By Its Geology To More Earthquakes
  14. SUMMARY: The problem is that just to the west, a huge slab of the Earth's crust called the Cocos Plate is grinding relentlessly toward North America. And it's running under another slab to the north.

  15. An Anti-Violence Activist Shares Her Reason For Buying A Gun
  16. SUMMARY: Camiella Williams is an anti-violence advocate, who works hard to teach people other ways of dealing with problems, but she's lost more than two dozen friends and family members to Chicago's gun violence in recent years.

  17. Puerto Rico And U.S. Virgin Islands Hit By Hurricane Maria
  18. SUMMARY: Less than a month after Hurricane Irma hit, the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico are dealing with another storm as Hurricane Maria barrels through the region.

  19. Hurricane Maria Hits Puerto Rico At Time When The Island Is Already Struggling
  20. SUMMARY: Devastation expected from the hurricane will challenge many Puerto Rico institutions, especially its beleaguered power authority, which is still struggling to restore electricity in some areas after Hurricane Irma.

  21. St. Louis On Edge As Protesters Expected To Gather Again
  22. SUMMARY: Since last Friday, when a judge acquitted a white police officer in the fatal shooting of a black motorist demonstrators have gathered in St. Louis to protest police tactics.

  23. President Trump's U.N. Address Receives Widespread Praise From Conservatives
  24. SUMMARY: President Trump's address to the United Nations General Assembly generated a lot of praise from conservative outlets, even those often critical of him. NPR's Ailsa Chang talks to Michael Warren of The Weekly Standard about how the speech as been received by those right-of-center.

  25. Iranian President Tells U.N. Trump Could Be At Blame If Nuclear Deal Falls Apart
  26. SUMMARY: Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is expected to hold an evening news conference following a day at the United Nations focused on the nuclear deal between Iran and the United States.

  27. Former President Obama Speaks Out On Efforts To Replace Affordable Care Act
  28. SUMMARY: Former President Obama spoke at a Gates Foundation event and delivered a not so thinly veiled message to President Trump about what he sees as America's role in the world.

  29. Sen. Rand Paul Says He Won't Vote For Latest Affordable Care Act Replacement Bill
  30. SUMMARY: Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) has opposed all of the Republican leadership's efforts to replace the Affordable Care Act, including the latest attempt, the Graham-Cassidy bill.

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  1. Island is under curfew after hurricane wipes out all electricity. It's 'total devastation,' an official says
  2. SUMMARY: Thousands of Puerto Ricans heeded the calls of government officials and have taken refuge in shelters as the Caribbean island braces for Hurricane Maria's direct hit early Wednesday.

  3. In pictures: Hurricane Maria pummels Puerto Rico
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  5. Puerto Rico: 11 years in recession and now no electricity
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  7. Ferocious winds lash at CNN reporter in Puerto Rico
  8. SUMMARY: CNN's Nick Paton Walsh gets battered by winds while Hurricane Maria makes landfall in Puerto Rico with 155 mph winds.

  9. First look at island devastated by Category 5 Maria
  10. SUMMARY: CNN's Michael Holmes flies over the island of Dominica, which has been hit badly by Hurricane Maria.

  11. Track the storm: Follow Maria's path
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  13. Trump slashes at Obama's legacy, but risks his own
  14. SUMMARY: Republicans for years failed to gut the legacy of their nemesis Barack Obama: Now they can do so within a matter of days.

  15. Documents sought on President's firings
  16. SUMMARY: Special counsel Robert Mueller has requested documents and information covering a range of events from President Donald Trump's White House, including two firings and an Oval Office meeting, sources familiar with the matter tell CNN.

  17. How Russia used Twitter to sway election
  18. SUMMARY: CNN's Drew Griffin looks into how Russia used Twitter as a weapon in it's propaganda campaign during the 2016 US election by using fake, pro-Trump accounts to influence voters.

  19. Kimmel continues fight with Sen. Cassidy over new health care bill
  20. SUMMARY: Jimmy Kimmel was ready for the second round of his fight with U.S. Sen. Bill Cassidy, saying on Wednesday night that the senator "either doesn't understand his own bill or he lied to me."

  21. Obama slams GOP health care proposal
  22. SUMMARY: Former President Barack Obama said Wednesday there are no practical benefits to a bill Republicans are considering to replace the Affordable Care Act.

  23. See tense moments from Senate floor
  24. SUMMARY: CNN's Brooke Baldwin analyzes moments on the Senate floor amid tension from the proposed Graham-Cassidy health care bill.

  25. Map shows why GOP's health care bill may hurt the GOP
  26. SUMMARY: Senate Republicans continue to sound optimistic about their chances of passing their last, last-ditch attempt to repeal and replace Obamacare before their window to do so closes at the end of the month. (I'm more skeptical.)

  27. Preet Bharara gives new details on why Donald Trump fired him
  28. SUMMARY: Preet Bharara, the US attorney for the Southern District of New York who President Donald Trump fired just three months into his presidency, says he believes that if he had stayed Trump would have asked him "to do something inappropriate."

  29. Rescuers race against time to save girl trapped in rubble
  30. SUMMARY: Rescue crews working in silence raced Wednesday to remove a girl trapped in the rubble of a collapsed elementary school in Mexico City.

  31. Opinion: What Mexico's earthquake means for California
  32. SUMMARY: As we wake up to footage of the devastation in Mexico in the aftermath of the second earthquake that country has suffered this month, people in California might well be wondering how well-prepared their local communities are.

  33. Opinion: Mexicans show their solidarity
  34. SUMMARY: When the earthquake struck, I was working in a bookshop café in Roma Norte, a bustling neighborhood in Mexico City. As I tried to exit the building, books came flying past me. I have been in earthquakes in Mexico before -- but this felt very different. It was stronger and more violent. The ground swayed for a long time after the heavy shaking stopped.

  35. Photos show quake's destruction in Mexico
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  37. Before private flights, Price criticized them
  38. SUMMARY: According to Politico, while traveling for business, HHS Secretary Tom Price took five private jet flights over the course of a week.

  39. Trump: My friends go to Africa to get rich
  40. SUMMARY: President Donald Trump tells African leaders at a United Nations General Assembly luncheon that he has many friends going to the continent to get rich.

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  1. In a collapsed Mexico school, a community digs for signs of life
  2. SUMMARY: When the Enrique Rebsamen School fell, it did not do so lightly. The 7.1-magnitude earthquake that jolted the region on Tuesday caused part of the building to fold in on itself, sandwiching and collapsing, classroom onto classroom.

  3. 2 quakes in a month: How did it happen?
  4. SUMMARY: For the second time in two weeks, a powerful earthquake struck Mexico, toppling buildings, cracking highways and killing hundreds of people.

  5. Photos show quake's destruction in Mexico
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  7. Thousands flee as buildings sway
  8. SUMMARY: A magnitude-7.1 earthquake struck the central Mexican state of Puebla leveling buildings as far away as the capital, about 75 miles away. CNN's Brian Todd reports.

  9. Opinion: Why Mexico City is so vulnerable to quakes
  10. SUMMARY: Another deadly earthquake struck deep under Mexico.

  11. US to provide $32M in aid to Rohingya fleeing Myanmar
  12. SUMMARY: The US will provide a humanitarian aid package worth nearly $32 million to Rohingya who have fled violence in Myanmar's Rakine State in recent weeks, the State Department announced Wednesday during the United Nations General Assembly in New York.

  13. In a rare moment, Macron talks about his marriage
  14. SUMMARY: French President Emmanuel Macron rejected any military solution to the North Korean crisis Tuesday in an exclusive interview Tuesday with CNN. But he also talked about love.

  15. Catalan President blasts Madrid for 'illegal' referendum raids
  16. SUMMARY: The Catalan President has accused the Spanish government of imposing a "de facto state of emergency" after national police arrested several senior regional officials in an effort to halt a disputed independence referendum.

  17. Kenya Supreme Court: 'No choice but to accept' opposition hacking claims
  18. SUMMARY: Kenya's highest court laid out its reasons for annulling last month's presidential election on Wednesday, condemning the country's voting authority for failing to give the court full access to its computer servers.

  19. 'Rapid intensification' fuels major Atlantic hurricanes
  20. SUMMARY: It usually takes several days to a week for a tropical storm to grow into a hurricane. But if conditions are just right, a powerful major hurricane can develop in just hours.

  21. Queen of Jordan: Global leadership matters
  22. SUMMARY: This weekend, I picked up Nelson Mandela's "Long Walk to Freedom" and reread parts of this well-thumbed tome. The last time I read it, the world was a very different place; this time, I found that its themes of social inequality, injustice, resilience and courage resonated in new ways.

  23. The many challenges India's new defense minister faces
  24. SUMMARY: Of the nine new ministers India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi appointed to his cabinet this month, it was one that led the headlines: his choice of defense minister.

  25. Merkel's confidence alone won't mend Germany's problems
  26. SUMMARY: All over Berlin, Angela Merkel greets passers-by with a tender smile.

  27. Saudi Arabia is investing billions in entertainment
  28. SUMMARY: Saudi Arabia is pumping $2.7 billion into new entertainment projects.

  29. Yoko Ono pops John lemon-ade bubble
  30. SUMMARY: John Lennon and lemonade do not mix.

  31. Puerto Rico: Hurricane Maria hammers an economy that can't take much more
  32. SUMMARY: Puerto Rico is years into an economic crisis. Now it's facing a natural disaster.

  33. 'Mama Rosie' cares for Cape Town's AIDS orphans
  34. SUMMARY: When Rosie Mashale moved to Khayelitsha -- Cape Town, South Africa's largest township -- she was alarmed to see children in the dump near her home, scavenging for something to eat.

  35. How a former schoolteacher became mother to thousands of kids in need
  36. SUMMARY: In Cape Town, South Africa's largest township, Rosie Mashale and her group care for orphaned, abandoned and sick children -- many who lost parents to AIDS.

  37. What are child-headed households?
  38. SUMMARY: CNN Hero Rosie Mashale visits elder orphans in her Cape Town, South Africa, community who benefit from her organization's support and love.

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  1. Report: MH370 disappearance a criminal investigation, police chief says
  2. SUMMARY: The investigation into Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 is now classified as a criminal investigation, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing the Malaysian police chief.

  3. Ebola toll rises in 'unprecedented' outbreak
  4. SUMMARY: An outbreak of Ebola hemorrhagic fever in West Africa has spread to Guinea's capital and beyond its borders in an "unprecedented epidemic," a leading aid agency reported Monday.

  5. Republicans hit a nerve when it comes to Obamacare
  6. SUMMARY: Republicans are going all in, hoping that the payout is big. Like control of the Senate, big.

  7. Ukraine crisis: NATO suspends cooperation with Moscow
  8. SUMMARY: NATO will suspend "all practical civilian and military cooperation" with Russia because of its annexation of Crimea, saying it has seen no sign that Moscow was withdrawing troops from the Ukrainian border.

  9. Will Caesars impress with Las Vegas High Roller?
  10. SUMMARY: The 550-foot-tall High Roller has finally opened on the Las Vegas Strip.

  11. 'How I Met Your Mother' ends a legendary run
  12. SUMMARY: After 208 episodes, countless "legendarys!" and any number of pineapple incidents, slaps and slutty pumpkins, "How I Met Your Mother" came to an end Monday night.

  13. Unmanned drone crashes on South Korean border island
  14. SUMMARY: An unmanned drone crashed on a South Korean island near its disputed maritime border with the North, the country's defense ministry said Tuesday.

  15. Obamacare hits enrollment goal with 7.1 million sign-ups, President says
  16. SUMMARY: A last-minute enrollment surge enabled the White House to meet its original sign-up target for the Affordable Care Act, a surprising victory for the Obama administration after a rocky rollout of the program that has become a political hot potato for Democrats and a rallying cry for Republicans.

  17. Washington landslide death toll rises to 24; number of missing stands at 22
  18. SUMMARY: The grim death toll from the massive landslide in rural Washington rose Monday to 24 people, and the discovery of three more bodies means the list of those confirmed killed likely will rise soon, authorities said.

  19. Begala: I got a better deal through Obamacare
  20. SUMMARY: I signed up for health care through the Affordable Care Act last week.

BBC News

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  1. Mexico earthquake: Race to find survivors under collapsed school
  2. SUMMARY: Rescuers step up efforts to find people trapped under rubble, including at a school in Mexico City.

  3. Parsons Green bomb: Police make sixth arrest in inquiry
  4. SUMMARY: A 17-year-old boy is arrested in connection with last week's terror attack on a London Tube train.

  5. Dangerous cycling law review after death crash
  6. SUMMARY: Dangerous driving laws could be extended to cycling following crashes that have killed pedestrians.

  7. Hell in a bottle: I survived an acid attack
  8. SUMMARY: Acid attacks are on the rise. BBC Stories meets four survivors who have suffered as a result of this growing trend.

  9. Ryanair pilots reject bonus to work through cancellation crisis
  10. SUMMARY: Pilots had been offered cash to work extra days after the airline was forced to cancel thousands of flights.

  11. Consumers told to stop buying 'fire-risk' fridges
  12. SUMMARY: The consumer group wants manufacturers to stop making fridges with flammable plastic backs.

  13. Hurricane Maria: Whole of Puerto Rico without power
  14. SUMMARY: Hurricane Maria has knocked out electricity for the entire island, home to more than 3.5m people.

  15. Theresa May to brief cabinet on Florence Brexit speech
  16. SUMMARY: The PM will attempt to break the deadlock in EU Brexit talks with a speech in Italy on Friday.

  17. Court ruling not needed to withdraw care, judge says
  18. SUMMARY: Court consent will not be needed to remove nutrition from patients in a permanent vegetative state.

  19. Quit smoking campaign Stoptober backs e-cigs for first time
  20. SUMMARY: Stoptober promotes vaping for the first time, as studies suggest a record for successful quit attempts.

  21. Google signs $1.1bn HTC smartphone deal
  22. SUMMARY: The tie-up marks the latest push by Google to boost its hardware business.

  23. North Korea says Trump speech is 'a dog's bark'
  24. SUMMARY: North Korea's top diplomat was responding to the US president's vow to "totally destroy" the country.

  25. Canada MP sorry for Catherine McKenna 'climate Barbie' remark
  26. SUMMARY: Conservative Gerry Ritz apologised over a remark he aimed at environment minister Catherine McKenna.

  27. The Papers: Theresa May's speeches in the spotlight
  28. SUMMARY: Speeches by Theresa May - on the European Union and to the United Nations - feature on the front pages.

  29. The virtual reality that turns you into a black woman
  30. SUMMARY: How did designers craft a virtual world made up of women of colour?

  31. News Daily: Mexico quake and sixth Tube attack arrest
  32. SUMMARY: Your morning briefing for 21 September 2017.

  33. Mexico's earthquake at street level: What one man saw
  34. SUMMARY: In this photo essay, photographer Clayton Conn shares his experience of the Mexico City earthquake.

  35. Brain surgery revolution
  36. SUMMARY: A brain surgeon in the UK has started using 3D printed titanium plates to replace parts of patients' skulls.

  37. Rihanna on diverse make-up: 'It's not rocket science'
  38. SUMMARY: We spoke with Rihanna about the response to her new beauty brand Fenty Beauty.

  39. Becoming a Snapchat celeb with StevoTheMadMan
  40. SUMMARY: StevoTheMadMan gets over 250,000 views on Snapchat a day. He told us about his journey to the top.

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  1. Sri Lankan baby trade: Minister admits illegal adoption trade
  2. SUMMARY: An investigation by Dutch journalists uncovers thousands of illicit baby sales in the 1980s.

  3. Rohingya crisis: Myanmar VP 'concerned' about Rakhine exodus
  4. SUMMARY: Henry Van Thio said there was a problem of "significant magnitude" in Rakhine but the cause was unclear.

  5. Australian schoolgirl raises alarm over flesh-eating disease
  6. SUMMARY: An Australian girl whose knee was eaten away by a Buruli ulcer calls for better research funding.

  7. North Korea says Trump speech is 'a dog's bark'
  8. SUMMARY: North Korea's top diplomat was responding to the US president's vow to "totally destroy" the country.

  9. India rape: Second uncle held in 10-year-old pregnant child's case
  10. SUMMARY: The search for a second suspect began when the baby's DNA did not match that of another uncle in jail.

  11. Why is a condom advert with Sunny Leone angering Indians?
  12. SUMMARY: Billboards featuring a former porn star advise safe sex during a Hindu festival, upsetting conservatives.

  13. Google signs $1.1bn HTC smartphone deal
  14. SUMMARY: The tie-up marks the latest push by Google to boost its hardware business.

  15. India women reject 'poor quality' free saris from government
  16. SUMMARY: A scheme to give away saris during a popular festival backfires when it turns out they are not handmade.

  17. Toshiba to sell chip unit for $18bn to plug losses
  18. SUMMARY: The embattled electronics firm hopes the deal will cover heavy losses from its nuclear division.

  19. Rohingya crisis: Suu Kyi speech criticised by global leaders
  20. SUMMARY: Myanmar's de facto leader faces growing pressure for not addressing allegations of ethnic cleansing.

  21. Singapore baggage handler 'swapped hundreds of tags'
  22. SUMMARY: The Singaporean has been charged over the alleged mischief but his motivations are still not known.

  23. Khalid Latif: Pakistan batsman banned for five years after spot-fixing inquiry
  24. SUMMARY: Pakistan batsman Khalid Latif is banned from cricket for five years for his part in a spot-fixing ring.

  25. Store lifts ban on 'pillow fort' boy, 12
  26. SUMMARY: A New Zealand store had banned the boy for two years but his family say he was "just being a kid".

  27. 'We're not bridesmaids,' insist identically dressed guests
  28. SUMMARY: Six friends could only see the funny side when they turned up to a wedding in identical outfits

  29. US and South Korea rehearse for 'land battle'
  30. SUMMARY: South Korean and US troops have been holding military drills close to the North Korea border.

  31. Myanmar to Bangladesh: Tracing a family who fled their Rohingya home
  32. SUMMARY: After witnessing a village burned in Myanmar, the BBC finds some former residents now in Bangladesh.

  33. BBC reporter tries to question Aung San Suu Kyi over Rohingya crisis
  34. SUMMARY: The BBC's Jonah Fisher tries to question Aung San Suu Kyi over Rohingya crisis.

  35. Aung San Suu Kyi: 'We will accept refugees who want to return'
  36. SUMMARY: Myanmar's de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi has given her first speech on the violence in northern Rakhine state.

  37. Engineers relocate 2,000-tonne Shanghai temple hall
  38. SUMMARY: The main hall of a 135-year-old Buddhist temple in Shanghai has been moved 30m (100ft).

  39. Will 'Philippine McDonald's' swallow Pret?
  40. SUMMARY: Philippine fast food chain Jollibee does not rule out bid for upmarket UK sandwich firm Pret a Manger.

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