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Hurricane Dorian closes in on Bahamas as ‘extremely dangerous’ storm

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The category 4 hurricane shifted Saturday as forecasters said it was on course to get close to Florida but make …read more

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Netanyahu calls for boycott of Israeli channel behind HBO show ‘Our Boys’

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The Israeli prime minister says the series slanders his country internationally. …read more

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Dozens injured in barricade collapse at Seattle music festival

Four people were hospitalized with minor injuries. …read more

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U.S. envoy says peace deal near as Taliban attack another Afghan city

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Presidential envoy Zalmay Khalilzad said Saturday that the Trump administration is “at the threshold of an agreement” with the insurgent …read more

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Osaka shares spotlight after defeating Gauff in U.S. Open

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Gauff called Osaka, the current world No. 1, “a true athlete” for sharing her on-court interview with the youngest woman …read more

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Trump’s tariffs on $112 billion of Chinese imports kick in

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The newest round of tariffs on Chinese goods will cost the average American household $1,000 a year, J.P. Morgan estimates. …read more

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Ahead of Dorian, Florida county decimated by past hurricanes prepares for worst

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“We’re going to flood the hell out,” one Flagler Beach resident said, warning of the ongoing high tide and Hurricane …read more

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RBG: I’m ‘alive,’ on my way to ‘very well’ after cancer

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Ginsberg completed three weeks of radiation therapy for a cancerous tumor on her pancreas and is now disease-free. …read more

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He told Starbucks barista his name is ‘Aziz.’ The employee wrote ‘ISIS.’

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The incident happened in Philadelphia, the same city where two black men were handcuffed and arrested last year for sitting …read more

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Hurricane Dorian expected to hit Bahamas as ‘devastating’ storm

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“Homes, houses, structures can be replaced,” the prime minister of the Bahamas said Saturday as he urged people to evacuate …read more

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