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Hurricane Maria: Here’s How to Help Victims in the Ravaged Caribbean

RICARDO ARDUENGO/AFP/GETTY by Jason Duaine Hahn via people.com On early Wednesday, Hurricane Maria made landfall on the 100-mile-long island of Puerto Rico, causing such tremendous damage with its 155-mph winds that it knocked out power for all 3.5 million residents. Maria killed at least nine people on Dominica before it moved to Puerto …

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Midday open thread: Register voters next Tuesday; SF, Oakland sue oil companies over rising seas

Today’s comic by Ruben Bolling is White supremacist president offended by being called white supremacist:  Join others next Tuesday, Sept. 26, to register hundreds of thousands of people on National Voter Registration Day • Preet Bharara finds a new gig: Preet Bharara, whom President Donald Trump fired as U.S. attorney for the Southern District …

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