Americans viewed Hurricane Maria as if it was happening in another country – CNN

CNN Americans viewed Hurricane Maria as if it was happening in another countryCNN(CNN) Hurricane Maria may have killed more than 4,600 Americans in Puerto Rico, according to a recent academic report, but Americans paid a lot less attention to the storm compared to storms of similar or even lesser magnitude. In the aftermath of …White House defends FEMA after study finds Hurricane Maria killed 5000 in Puerto RicoUSA TODAYStudy on hurricane casualties fuels talk of statehood for Puerto RicoYahoo NewsThe Worst Disaster of Trump's Presidency May Have Already HappenedVanity FairABC…

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Harvey Weinstein indicted by New York grand jury, prosecutors say – USA TODAY

USA TODAY Harvey Weinstein indicted by New York grand jury, prosecutors sayUSA TODAYHarvey Weinstein was indicted on rape and criminal sex-act charges by a New York grand jury, prosecutors announced Wednesday. Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance said the indictment, which follows Weinstein being charged with the felonies on …Harvey Weinstein Indicted On Multiple Rape & Sex Crime Charges By Grand JuryDeadlineGrand Jury Indicts Harvey Weinstein in Rape CaseHollywood ReporterHarvey Weinstein indicted by New York grand jury on rape and sex assault chargesLos Angeles TimesNew York Daily News –NBCNews.com –Variety –Wall Street Journalall 277 news…

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Pompeo's critical meetings to save Trump's North Korean summit – NBCNews.com

NBCNews.com Pompeo's critical meetings to save Trump's North Korean summitNBCNews.comSecretary of State Mike Pompeo is heading to New York on Wednesday for critical meetings with Kim Jong Un's right-hand man, Kim Yong Chol, a former intelligence chief and current vice chairman of North Korea's ruling Workers' Party. Arriving at New …Pompeo meets North Korean official in push to rescue nuclear summitLos Angeles TimesTrump pick for South Korea ambassador: North Korea 'most imminent threat'The HillFrom 'fire and fury' to sharing burgers: Here's a timeline of Trump's 'soap opera' diplomacy with North KoreaCNBCUSA…

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LAGOS POLICE ARREST HAIR STYLIST FOR LOOKING FEMININE

A Lagos hair stylist, Tosin has taken to his social media page to share how he got arrested by the police all because he has a feminine look. According to Tosin, while he was on his way for a job, he got confronted by a police officer who after asking for his identification, said he looks like a girl and then got him arrested. Tosin said he was taken to a police station and was then told that he looks like a gay. All rights reserved. This material and any…

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OFFA BANK ROBBERY: ‘WHY I KILLED OVER 20 PEOPLE INCLUDING POLICE OFFICERS’ – DISMISSED SARS OFFICER

Michael Adikwu, dismissed SARS officer, who led the bank robberies in Offa, Kwara state in which over 40 persons including police officers were killed has confessed to why he did it. Adikwu, said he was on a revenge mission against the police because he was dismissed and made him go to prison because he released armed robbers while still a police officer. The Nations reports that he told operatives of the Inspector-General of Police (IG) Intelligence Response Team (IRT) that he personally killed over 20 people, mostly policemen during the…

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Hurricane Maria's death toll was 70 times higher than Puerto Rican officials have reported, study says – Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times Hurricane Maria's death toll was 70 times higher than Puerto Rican officials have reported, study saysLos Angeles TimesOfficials in Puerto Rico say that 64 people lost their lives after Hurricane Maria slammed into the island in September. A new report says that estimate is off — by about 4,600. If the analysis is correct, it means that for every hurricane-related …Hurricane Maria death toll may be more than 4600 in Puerto RicoCNNThe True Scope of the Disaster in Puerto RicoThe AtlanticPuerto Rico hurricane death toll likely “more…

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Trump, Stung by Being Attacked as Soft on China, Pushes Ahead on Tariffs – New York Times

New York Times Trump, Stung by Being Attacked as Soft on China, Pushes Ahead on TariffsNew York TimesWilbur Ross, left, the United States commerce secretary, and Premier Li Keqiang of China in Beijing last year. Mr. Ross is expected to return to Beijing this weekend to continue trade talks.CreditPool photo by Thomas Peter. By Mark Landler and Ana Swanson.China aims for independence as the rift with America and Europe widens. Will it work?Washington PostWhite House move raises trade tensions with ChinaThe HillTrump breaks trade cease-fire with China ahead of Ross…

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