Colin Dwyer

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Hope, Despair Descend On Quake-Shattered School In Mexico City

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

The elementary school partly collapsed during Tuesday's earthquake, burying both students and teachers. In the aftermath, rescue workers and volunteers have struggled to save lives and preserve hope.

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Mexico Combs Rubble For Survivors After Earthquake Kills More Than 200

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

A magnitude 7.1 earthquake ravaged Central Mexico on Tuesday, leaving victims across Mexico City and five states. Rescue workers dug through the day Wednesday to find signs of life amid the debris.

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Powerful Quake Devastates Central Mexico, Leaving More Than 200 Dead

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Thirty-two years after a deadly earthquake, a magnitude 7.1 temblor rattled Mexico City and surrounding areas. Residents had marked the anniversary of the 1985 quake earlier in the day with drills.

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Days After Police Shooting, 3 Arrested Amid Violence At Georgia Tech Vigil

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

By Monday's end, three people had been arrested and two officers were recovering from minor injuries. The unrest comes after an LGBTQ campus leader was shot and killed in a confrontation with police.

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Trump And Seoul Talk 'Rocket Man,' Vowing More Pressure On North Korea

Sunday, September 17, 2017

As President Trump tweeted, Ambassador Nikki Haley talked tougher Sunday. "We're trying every other possibility that we have," she said, "but there's a whole lot of military options on the table."

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40 Nominees Unveiled For The 2017 National Book Awards

Friday, September 15, 2017

Of the names announced by the National Book Foundation, four will take home the literary prize in November. Jesmyn Ward, Jennifer Egan and Frank Bidart number among the longlists' familiar faces.

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The Virgin Islands, After Irma: 'It Was Like Stepping Onto Another Planet'

Thursday, September 14, 2017

In the U.S. and British territories, residents tell of winds that could rattle your bones — and of an aftermath like a "war zone." Here are portraits of the devastation, in the survivors' own words.

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Man Booker Prize Shortlist Features George Saunders, Mohsin Hamid And Ali Smith

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

The 2017 nominees for the U.K.'s top literary prize include a hefty dose of marquee authors, such as Paul Auster. But the list also features a pair of debuts, from Emily Fridlund and Fiona Mozley.

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Department Of Transportation Rolls Out New Guidelines For Self-Driving Cars

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Tuesday's report, the first such recommendations for manufacturers released under the Trump administration, trims some of the guidelines set out under Obama. Still, they remain voluntary.

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Edith Windsor, LGBTQ Advocate Who Fought The Defense Of Marriage Act, Dies At 88

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Windsor challenged the law barring federal benefits for same-sex marriages — and she won. In the process, the octogenarian dynamo became an icon of the LGBTQ rights movement.

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'Fyre Festival' Of Pizza Drew Long Lines, Skinny Slices — And Now, A State Probe

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

For up to $75 a ticket, the New York City Pizza Festival promised a slice-filled celebration in one of America's great meccas of pizza-making. It didn't exactly pan out as advertised.

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Apparent 'Ethnic Cleansing' Is Now Unfolding In Myanmar, U.N. Says

Monday, September 11, 2017

Operations against the Rohingya look like a "textbook example of ethnic cleansing," the U.N. human rights chief says. But Myanmar's civilian leader, a Nobel Peace Prize winner, denies the allegations.

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Irma Weakens To Tropical Depression As Storm Buffets Georgia

Monday, September 11, 2017

Irma leaves behind large swaths of damage in Florida and continues to dump heavy rain, but surge warnings have been discontinued.

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The Rubble And Recovery Of U.S. Virgin Islands: 'Will We Survive The Aftermath?'

Sunday, September 10, 2017

Irma's earliest American victims fear they will be forgotten by the mainland. Largely reduced to wreckage, the U.S. territory is now struggling to pick up the pieces.

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Irma Weakens But Continues To Batter Florida

Sunday, September 10, 2017

The hurricane, which smashed through the Florida Keys earlier Sunday, made landfall again at Marco Island and is churning its way north along Florida's northwest coast. It has weakened to Category 1.

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As Boy Peers Curiously Over Border Wall, His Artist Asks: 'What Is He Thinking?'

Friday, September 08, 2017

JR, a French street artist, hasn't answered that question — and that's the point. His massive artwork on the border, which coincided with the decision to rescind DACA, is the "start of a discussion."

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Millions In Florida Ordered To Evacuate As Irma Crashes Past Cuba

Friday, September 08, 2017

With 155-mph winds, Irma is headed for Florida. More than 5 million people have been ordered to evacuate.

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Hackers Accessed The Personal Data Of 143 Million People, Equifax Says

Thursday, September 07, 2017

The international credit reporting agency says a cybersecurity breach exposed Americans' personal information — including Social Security numbers and addresses — for a span of about two months.

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Democracy By Sneeze: When Wild Dogs Must Decide, They Vote With Their Noses

Thursday, September 07, 2017

When it might be time to move, African wild dogs take a poll with an odd electoral instrument: sneezing. The more sneezes, the more likely it is the pack will move, according to a new study.

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As Irma Passes Dominican Republic, Florida Girds For The Coming Storm

Thursday, September 07, 2017

Down graded to a Category 4, Irma's brutal churn through the Caribbean is aimed at Florida, where the National Hurricane Center says it's more likely to make landfall as a "dangerous major hurricane."

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