Camila Domonoske

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After Ikea Dresser Recall, Another Toddler Reportedly Died In Tip-Over

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Last June Ikea recalled millions of dressers over the risk of tip-over accidents. But the parents of Jozef Dudek, who was crushed by a Malm dresser this May, were not aware of the recall, lawyers say.

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Veterans, Survivors' Groups Try To Shift The Conversation On Condolences

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

"There is the feeling that all of this is diminishing our national character," one support group wrote, as a political debate unfolds over calls to the families of soldiers who died in combat.

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George Saunders Wins Man Booker Prize For 'Lincoln In The Bardo'

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

It's the second year in a row that an American writer has taken home the prestigious literary award.

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Federal Judge In Hawaii Blocks Trump's Third Attempt At Travel Ban

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

President Trump's third executive order restricting travel from some countries to the U.S. was to go into effect on Wednesday. The judge didn't rule on the limits affecting North Korea and Venezuela.

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Daphne Caruana Galizia, Top Investigative Reporter In Malta, Killed By Car Bomb

Monday, October 16, 2017

Caruana Galizia, who revealed the secrets of the wealthy, powerful and corrupt on her widely read blog, died Monday after her car exploded. She had recently been digging into the Panama Papers.

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Richard Wilbur, Renowned American Poet And Translator, Dies At 96

Monday, October 16, 2017

His commitment to traditional forms, with tight patterns and taut construction, stood out among his contemporaries. He said his craft was finding order in pain and chaos — not creating it.

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Jeremy, The Lonely, Left-Twisting Snail, Dies — But Knows Love Before The End

Friday, October 13, 2017

OK, "love" might be overstating it. But the little lefty — whose seemingly hopeless search for a mate sparked an international quest — did manage to procreate before he slithered off this mortal coil.

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Suspect In Would-Be Airport Bombing Nabbed With Help From REI

Friday, October 13, 2017

Someone left an improvised explosive device at an airport in Asheville, N.C., last week, and a new backpack offered a clue. Some are wondering why the incident didn't receive more national attention.

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This Friday The 13th, May We Be As Lucky As The Passengers Of Flight 666 To HEL

Friday, October 13, 2017

They landed safely in Helsinki, on the last-ever Friday the 13th Flight 666 that Finnair plans to operate. It turns out even people who don't believe in superstitions can be infected by fearfulness.

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Spain Gives Catalonia A Deadline: Retract Independence Claim Or Else

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has given the region a few days to "clarify" if it's declaring independence. If so, Rajoy vows he will suspend Catalonia's semi-autonomy and institute direct rule.

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There's Gold In Them Thar Sewage Pipes, Swiss Researchers Say

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Each year, more than $3 million in gold and silver winds up in Swiss wastewater, scientists found. But in most cases, it doesn't make economic sense to extract and recycle the metals.

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Catalan President Says He Has 'Mandate' For Independence, Calls For Talks With Madrid

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Regional leader Carles Puigdemont emphasized the importance of dialogue in a major speech. More than a week ago, the region voted for independence from Spain, in a referendum Madrid considers illegal.

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Firm Behind 'Fearless Girl' Statue Underpaid Female, Black Execs, U.S. Says

Friday, October 06, 2017

The State Street Corporation put a statue on Wall Street to promote "the next generation of women leaders." Now accused of pay discrimination, the firm denies wrongdoing but will pay $5 million.

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U.S. Jobs Dropped By 33,000 In September, Likely Due To Storms

Friday, October 06, 2017

The decline in employment, the first in years, comes after 83 months of job growth. The Bureau of Labor Statistics notes that the data probably show the short-term effect of recent hurricanes.

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International Campaign To Abolish Nuclear Weapons Wins 2017 Nobel Peace Prize

Friday, October 06, 2017

The prize was announced in Oslo, Norway, on Friday morning. The campaign, known as ICAN, seeks an international legal prohibition on nuclear weapons.

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In Puerto Rico, Containers Full Of Goods Sit Undistributed At Ports

Thursday, September 28, 2017

Authorities say truck drivers to move the food, water, medicine and other items around the island are scarce, as is diesel. Whether roads are too damaged is disputed. Crates are stacking up.

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'You Have To Try': Puerto Ricans, Without Power, Find Ways Forward

Monday, September 25, 2017

Hurricane Maria knocked out power across the entire island, and many areas lack running water. Doing laundry, turning on the lights, eating dinner: Everyday life has become a constant challenge.

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Power Outages Persist In Hurricane Devastated Puerto Rico

Monday, September 25, 2017

Puerto Rico is still experiencing massive and persistent power outages following a direct hit from Maria. The storm destroyed large swaths of the island's infrastructure and wiped out cell service.

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When Hurricanes Churn, A Little Hotel Becomes Something More

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

During a storm evacuation, residents of Fort Myers, Fla., have to figure out where to go. Except for 91-year-old Dorothea Brown. She knows exactly where she'll be.

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In Florida, Irma's High Winds And Heavy Rain Batter Fort Myers

Monday, September 11, 2017

When Hurricane Irma changed direction and headed up the Gulf Coast of Florida, it left people in places like Fort Myers little time to prepare.

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