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Trump Threatens To ?Totally Destroy? North Korea In ?America First? Speech At United Nations

Trump Threatens To ?Totally Destroy? North Korea In ?America First? Speech At United NationsPresident Donald Trump forcefully defended the United States and condemned North Korea and Iran in his first speech before the United Nations General Assembly, while trying to strike a cordial tone on the international alliances he had previously criticized.



Buildings sway, collapse as powerful earthquake hits Mexico City

Buildings sway, collapse as powerful earthquake hits Mexico CityA 7.1 magnitude earthquake hit Mexico City. Stunning videos posted on Twitter showed buildings swaying and in some cases collapsing, as people poured into the streets.



Suspect In Slayings Of 2 Black Men Reportedly Had Hitler Speech At Home

Suspect In Slayings Of 2 Black Men Reportedly Had Hitler Speech At HomeA Louisiana man accused of killing two black men in what may have been racially motivated attacks last week reportedly had a copy of an Adolf Hitler speech in his home.



Millions Threatened by Hurricane Maria

Millions Threatened by Hurricane MariaBill Karins, NBC News meteorologist, talks with Rachel Maddow about the intense strength of Hurricane Maria and the threat it poses to millions of people in Puerto Rico and its neighboring islands.



Grandfather hands stranger's toddler $20 bill in Target for most tragic reason

Grandfather hands stranger's toddler $20 bill in Target for most tragic reasonA mother shopping with her young son in Target was caught off guard when an elderly man gave the toddler a $20 bill -- but when he explained himself, she was reduced to tears.



'What a class act!' Chaffetz says he'll pass on reading Clinton's book

'What a class act!' Chaffetz says he'll pass on reading Clinton's bookThe former congressman who, as head of a House committee, grilled Hillary Clinton relentlessly says he knows he?s in her new book but feels no need to read it.



Man sets himself on fire outside New Zealand parliament

Man sets himself on fire outside New Zealand parliamentA man has reportedly set himself on fire on the grounds of New Zealand's parliament in Wellington, two days ahead of national elections, police said on Thursday. "Ambulance are with the man currently, who's reportedly in a critical condition," New Zealand police said in a statement, adding they have no immediate information on the man's identity. Police told a Reuters witness that the parliament grounds have been closed off.



GE to sell corporate jets in cost-cutting move

GE to sell corporate jets in cost-cutting moveGeneral Electric plans to sell its corporate jets in a cost-cutting move amid sluggish activity in key industrial divisions, a spokesperson said Wednesday. "As we have said, we are executing on a plan to take out $2 billion in cost by the end of 2018," the GE spokesperson told AFP. The company plans to sell the fleet, the spokesperson said.



Reports: Hurricane Maria leaves Puerto Rico entirely without power

Reports: Hurricane Maria leaves Puerto Rico entirely without powerMultiple reports on Wednesday afternoon claimed the entire island of Puerto Rico was without power after Hurricane Maria slammed into the island with maximum sustained winds of up to 140 mph. SEE ALSO: Hurricane Maria may be the most destructive storm in Puerto Rico's history Local Spanish language publication El Nuevo Dia reported the outage, citing Abner Gomez, managing director of Puerto Rico's State Agency for Emergency Management and Disaster Management (AEMEAD). SEGUN DIRECTOR DE MANEJO DE EMERGENCIA, PUERTO RICO ESTÁ AL 100? SIN ENERGÍA ELÉCTRICA. ? RUBEN SERRANO (@GUARETO1) September 20, 2017 Those reports eventually began to trickle in via the office to U.S. and international media outlets, as well. Blackout: 100% of Puerto Rico is without power, Puerto Rico Office of Emergency Management tells @ABC News - @JoshuaHoyos ? Dan Linden (@DanLinden) September 20, 2017 According to the most recent U.S. Census, Puerto Rico is home to just over 3.4 million people who will now have to navigate the post-Maria days without power and with no word as to how long it'll take to restore that power. The complete outage isn't a surprise, however. Governor Ricardo Rossello said he expected it just as the storm prepared to make landfall. The reason: a dilapidated and already-failing utility infrastructure.  Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA), the island's sole power company, filed for bankruptcy in July after years of sliding that left it with $9 billion in bond debt.  And according to Reuters, the median age of Puerto Rico's power plants is 44 years old, ancient by industry standards. Just last September, a fire at one of these dilapidated plants knocked out power across the entire island with nearly half the island without power for a week. Image: PREPA internal documentThese old plants power the island by burning imported oil, a drain on the island's economy that has made its rates so expensive that Hawaii is the only U.S. state where energy costs more. And there are tons of other issues, from customer service to safety problems.  It also doesn't help that Hurricane Irma side-swiped the island just one week ago, knocking out power to at least a million people.  And now that Maria has hit, engulfing nearly the entire island with hurricane-force winds, that aging, already-damaged infrastructure is likely completely devastated, meaning the entire island could be without power for days, if not weeks, to come.  This is a developing story... WATCH: This is how hurricanes are named



Virginia Republican Flip-Flops Almost Immediately On Opposing GOP Health Care Bill

Virginia Republican Flip-Flops Almost Immediately On Opposing GOP Health Care BillEd Gillespie, Republican candidate for governor of Virginia, walked back comments opposing the congressional Republican health care bill mere minutes after he made them Tuesday night.