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Thursday 21st of September 2017
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An explosion partially destroyed a home and sent debris into neighboring yards.
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New report shows the state by state winners and losers under Graham-Cassidy.
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The New York Times
By: MARGOT SANGER-KATZ

Every state would need to make political choices and build brand-new systems in only two years. Remember what happened with HealthCare.gov?

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The New York Times
By: PETER BAKER and SOMINI...
Two days after threatening to “totally destroy” nuclear-armed North Korea, the president is seeking a common strategy with Japan and South Korea.
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President Donald Trump says the U.S. will impose additional sanctions on North Korea over the communist country's nuclear weapons buildup

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Trump: "We will be putting more sanctions on North Korea."

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Employees at the Environmental Protection Agency are attending mandatory training sessions this week to reinforce their compliance with laws and rules against leaking classified or sensitive government information
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Education Secretary Betsy DeVos uses a private jet to fly around the country to tour schools and attend other work events
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The New York Times
By: MEHER AHMAD
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.
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The New York Times
By: DANNY HAKIM
Twenty-five million acres have been planted with genetically modified seeds to encourage the spraying of the chemical. Farmers worry about damage to crops.
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The New York Times
By: AURELIEN BREEDEN and...
Florian Philippot said the National Front was taking “a terrible step backward” as it struggled to regroup.
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The New York Times
By: JULIE BOSMAN
Calls to remove cemetery monuments are raising questions. Are such monuments really on public display? Should they be treated like the ones in public squares?
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The New York Times
By: MIKE McPHATE
Thursday: Checking in on California’s earthquake warning system, pro surfers compete in the San Joaquin Valley, and snow arrives in Tahoe.
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The school was destroyed after a 7.1 magnitude earthquake struck Tuesday.
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A 7.1 magnitude earthquake struck Tuesday, killing hundreds.

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Christopher Lovera and his two children were watching a lightning storm from under a tree in Sequoia National Park when they were struck by lightning and sent airborne.
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North Korean foreign minister calls Trump's threat 'the sound of a dog barking'
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New satellite images show refugee camps in Bangladesh growing dramatically since Rohingya Muslims began fleeing violence last month in their nearby homeland of Myanmar
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The Securities and Exchange Commission said its corporate filing system was hacked last year, and the intruders may have used the nonpublic information they obtained to profit illegally
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US Securities and Exchange Commission chief Jay Clayton has made a couple of security-related revelations in his recently published "Statement on Cybersecurity." He admitted that an attacker infiltrated the agency's EDGAR database in...

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Trump's campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, offered "private briefings" to Russian billionaire during campaign
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Trump's campaign manager offered "private briefings" to Russian billionaire.

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Fortune
By: The Associated Press

"If he needs private briefings we can accommodate," Manafort wrote.

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Fortune
By: Don Reisinger

And some of them link Hillary Clinton to Russia.

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Two former prosecutors say nine deaths at a Florida nursing home that lost its air conditioning during Hurricane Irma may not result in criminal charges
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Republicans are planning a vote on an Obamacare repeal bill soon.
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The president praised the 2010 Affordable Care Act as "hard-won progress."
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The New York Times
By: THOMAS FURSE
The British artist Gillian Wearing presented her design of a bronze statue of Millicent Garrett Fawcett, the women’s rights campaigner.
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The former press secretary spoke out in an interview with ABC News' Paula Faris.
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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.
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Ramon Caldero and his family of five rode out the Category 4 storm hiding in their kitchen in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico.

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Fortune
By: Reuters

Maria has killed at least 10 people as it raged through the Caribbean.

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Hurricane Maria restrengthened to a major hurricane early Thursday.

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The New York Times
By: THE NEW YORK TIMES

Flash flood warnings were expanded to cover the entire island early Thursday, even as a strengthened Maria brought heavy rainfall to the Dominican Republic.

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Hurricane Maria restrengthened to a major hurricane early Thursday.

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The New York Times
By: LUIS FERRÉ-SADURNÍ and ...

Less than two weeks after Hurricane Irma, a new storm made a direct hit on the island, knocking out its power grid.

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Billboard
By: Suzette Fernandez

On Wednesday morning (Sep. 20), Hurricane Maria made its entry through southern Puerto Rico and crossed to the north as category 4...

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All of Puerto Rico had lost power by Wednesday afternoon.

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Players are sending their thoughts and prayers as Puerto Rico braces for Hurricane Maria to hit.

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The Mexico quake rekindled memories for a reporter who covered 1985's disaster.
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The New York Times
By: KEITH BRADSHER
The firm’s move, spurred by a borrowing spree that it said threatens the world’s No. 2 economy, comes just before a sensitive Communist Party meeting.
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The New York Times
By: JONATHAN WOLFE
Thursday: Performing in unusual spaces, a Rosh Hashana Jazz service, and help for the victims in Mexico and the Caribbean.
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The New York Times
By: NINA SIEGAL
A disputed Mondrian passed unchecked around some important art institutions as though it were the real thing.
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The New York Times
By: KAREN CROUSE
Phelps, who confronted mental health problems three years ago, has opened his home to Grant Hackett, a friend and fellow Olympian with similar troubles. Phelps has also lent an ear to Tiger Woods.
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The New York Times
By: PETE WELLS
Pete Wells, The Times’s restaurant critic, discussed how he avoids cameras to protect his identity and how technology has transformed the dining scene.
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The New York Times
By: DAVE ITZKOFF
The first new “Star Trek” series in more than a decade deals with the demands of long-form storytelling and confronts earthbound production problems.
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The New York Times
By: THE NEW YORK TIMES
As Mexicans rush to one another’s aid, portraits of a country show that is already dusting itself off.
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Spend 36 Hours in Madrid, Spain’s vibrant capital.
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The New York Times
By: MARK A. WALSH
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
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Fact checking Sen. Bill Cassidy and Sen. Lindsey Graham's health care bill.
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Fortune
By: Sy Mukherjee

Kaiser Permanente CEO Bernard Tyson doesn't mince words and says it fails patients.

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The New York Times
By: ROBERT PEAR

The health insurance industry, which has been cautious about previous bills to repeal the Affordable Care Act, came out sharply against the latest version.

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Senate Republicans have until September 30 to pass the bill.

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The New York Times
By: CHOE SANG-HUN
Threatened by President Trump with destruction, North Korea likens the American leader to a yapping canine and worries for his aides.
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The New York Times
By: GLENN THRUSH
Tom Price, the secretary of health and human services, took five work-related flights last week that cost taxpayers tens of thousands of dollars.
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The New York Times
By: PATRICK BOEHLER
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
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The New York Times
By: CHARLES McDERMID

Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

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The New York Times
By: KAREN ZRAICK and SANDRA...

Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

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The 7.1 earthquake which struck Tuesday afternoon killed over 200 people.
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The New York Times
By: CECILIA KANG
Facebook, Google and Amazon are coming under increasing pressure by regulators concerned about their growing power.
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The New York Times
By: MELISSA EDDY
Chancellor Angela Merkel’s message of strength has dominated the election campaign, but poverty, economic insecurity and income disparity have grown during her tenure.
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The New York Times
By: CHOE SANG-HUN
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.
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The New York Times
By: DAISUKE WAKABAYASHI
The deal bolsters Google’s ability to build mobile hardware and joins two companies already working together on one of Google’s upcoming Pixel phones.
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Arstechnica
By: Ron Amadeo

Enlarge The Google and HTC deal is official, it's just not quite what we were expecting. Google isn't buying HTC outright, à la Motorola, but is instead Google and HTC have "signed an agreement" to send some of HTC's employees over to Google,...

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Mashable
By: Pete Pachal

The rumors are (mostly) true: Google is buying a part of HTC to beef up its hardware business. Google announced the agreement late Wednesday. Senior Vice President of Hardware Rock Osterloh wrote in a blog post that a "team of HTC talent" would join ...

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After weeks (months, and years) of speculation, HTC has announced that its "Powered by HTC" R&D division -- the team behind Google's Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones -- will be purchased by Google with $1.1 billion in cash....

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TheVerge
By: Chris Welch

Google is making another big buy into smartphone hardware — or at least the people responsible for creating it. The company has just confirmed that it plans to acquire part of HTC’s mobile division team for $1.1 billion. “These future fellow...

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Cnet
By: Roger Cheng

The deal allows Google to hire certain HTC employees, many of whom already work with Google on Pixel phones.

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Fortune
By: Robert Hackett

The Taiwanese company helps make Google's Pixel phones.

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Tech Crunch
By: Catherine Shu

 The $1.1 billion cooperation deal announced today between HTC and Google ended months of speculation, but prompted new questions. Chief among them is if the agreement and cash infusion can save HTC, which has struggled with a series of...

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Google’s $1.1 billion deal with HTC carries risks, but the internet giant needs more scale if it is to maintain its influence in the smartphone business.

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TheVerge
By: Vlad Savov

HTC and Google have just made official a $1.1 billion agreement whereby a substantial proportion of HTC’s smartphone design and engineering team will move to work for Google. While the specific details of the deal have not yet been disclosed, one...

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Thurrott
By: Paul Thurrott

Google is stealing away about 2,000 employees from struggling smartphone maker HTC for $1.1 billion in cash. The post Google Steals Away Key Smartphone Assets from HTC appeared first on Thurrott.com.

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Fast Company
By: Michael Grothaus

The company announced that it purchased “a team of HTC talent” from HTC’s Pixel phone division, which will now move and work in-house at Google helping design mobile phones. The HTC unit developed the Google Pixel and Pixel XL...

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Tech Crunch
By: Darrell Etherington

 Google and HTC have entered into an agreement where certain HTC employees will join Google. As part of the transaction, HTC will receive $1.1B USD in cash from Google. Google will also receive non-exclusive license for HTC’s intellectual ...

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TheVerge
By: Vlad Savov

Of the three most influential companies in smartphone design, Nokia fragmented into a million pieces after being bought out by Microsoft, Apple is still going strong, and Google just bought the third with its $1.1 billion deal with HTC. The reason...

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The New York Times
By: CARLOS TEJADA
The commission said the attackers could have exploited private information for trading purposes.
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A cyber breach may have provided the basis for some illegal trading in 2016.
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Myanmar says it is committed to resolving tensions amid Rohingya Muslim exodus.
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The women were removed following outrage over the offensive photos and video.
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The New York Times
By: MAGGIE ASTOR
A software engineer created a fake version of the website to draw attention to the weak security of the real one. Phishers could easily do the same.
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By: MICHAEL M. GRYNBAUM and...
Mr. Bharara, who has become a frequent critic of President Trump since being dismissed by him in March, will be a senior legal analyst for the network.
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The New York Times
By: NICHOLAS FANDOS
Jeffrey Gerrish, the president’s nominee to be deputy U.S. Trade Representative, is drawing Senate scrutiny for a vote cast in Virginia after he moved to Maryland.

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