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KTLA-TV Los Angeles
Nancy Pelosi, Local Lawmakers Meet With DACA Recipientsand local lawmakers on Wednesday met with DACA participants at Coalition for Hu
KTLA-TV Los Angeles / Posted 2 hours ago
and local lawmakers on Wednesday met with DACA participants at Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles to discuss ways to create a path toward legalization in the U.S. Elizabeth Espinosa reports for the KTLA 5 News at 1 on Oct. 18, 20... Read more
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The Shawano Leader
Lyle M. Maltbeyby his children, Lorna and Keith Maltbey; grandchildren, Joaquin “Alex” (Leah)
The Shawano Leader / Posted 11 hours ago
by his children, Lorna and Keith Maltbey; grandchildren, Joaquin “Alex” (Leah) Sanchez, Cecilia Brown, Laura (Gio Cansino) Espinosa and Sirena Maltbey; one great-granddaughter, Saturn X Cansino; three sisters, Donna Heling, Deloris Fischer and... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Climate Change Is a Threat to Rich and Poor AlikeopinionBy Achim Steiner, Patricia Espinosa and Robert Glasser Is this year's s
AllAfrica.com / Posted 12 hours ago
opinionBy Achim Steiner, Patricia Espinosa and Robert Glasser Is this year's string of hurricanes a sign of things to come? From Miami and Puerto Rico to Barbuda and Havana, the devastation of this year's hurricane season across Latin America and... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Dr. Ricardo Babaran elected as 10th chancellor of UP Visayasaccording to a statement issued by the UPV Information and Publications Office.
Inquirier.net / Posted 14 hours ago
according to a statement issued by the UPV Information and Publications Office. He will succeed UPV Chancellor Dr. Rommel Espinosa and will serve a three-year term. ADVERTISEMENT Babaran, currently the UPV vice chancellor for research and... Read more
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The Visayan Daily Star
Sportsthink weregonna add some players from our subs from Manila,� said Padernal. �We
The Visayan Daily Star / Posted 17 hours ago
think weregonna add some players from our subs from Manila,� said Padernal. �We called up PJ (Fadrigalan) and William (Espinosa) to add to our roster in our training. Yana (Masaki Yanagawa) and Sean (Kane) cannot play so we need a reinforced... Read more
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Business Insider
4 out of 5 Puerto Ricans are still without power — but darkness is far from the island's biggest problemby Hurricane Maria in La Perla neighborhood on the coast of San Juan, Puerto Ri
Business Insider / Posted yesterday
by Hurricane Maria in La Perla neighborhood on the coast of San Juan, Puerto Rico, Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017.AP/Ramon Espinosa Just 15% of Puerto Rico currently has electricity three weeks after Hurricane Maria struck. 48 people have died,... Read more
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/Film
Coco Clip and Featurette Reveals More Details of Pixar's Colorful New Filmof Coco includes Gael García Bernal, Anthony Gonzalez, Benjamin Bratt, Renée Vi
/Film / Posted yesterday
of Coco includes Gael García Bernal, Anthony Gonzalez, Benjamin Bratt, Renée Victor, Ana Ofelia Murguía, Jaime Camil, Sofía Espinosa, Luis Valdez, Lombardo Boyar, Edward James Olmos, Alanna Ubach, Selene Luna, Alfonso Arau, Herbert Siguenza, Octavio... Read more
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Newsmax
Man Found in Manhole in Houston There for Daysalive days after falling in a manhole in Houston after a road repair crew came
Newsmax / Posted yesterday
alive days after falling in a manhole in Houston after a road repair crew came across him early Monday morning. Elmer Espinosa and his workers were taken by surprise when they heard a cry for help emerging from one of the uncovered manholes on... Read more
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The Chippewa Herald
Raw sewage contaminating waters in Puerto Rico after Mariathat has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still with
The Chippewa Herald / Posted 2 days ago
that has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still without running water, and 20 of the island’s 51 sewage treatment plants out of service, there are growing concerns about contamination and disease. (AP Photo/Ramon Espi... Read more
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Fremont Tribune
Raw sewage contaminating waters in Puerto Rico after Mariathat has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still with
Fremont Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
that has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still without running water, and 20 of the island’s 51 sewage treatment plants out of service, there are growing concerns about contamination and disease. (AP Photo/Ramon Espi... Read more
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Missoulian
Raw sewage contaminating waters in Puerto Rico after Mariathat has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still with
Missoulian / Posted 2 days ago
that has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still without running water, and 20 of the island’s 51 sewage treatment plants out of service, there are growing concerns about contamination and disease. (AP Photo/Ramon Espi... Read more
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The World
Raw sewage contaminating waters in Puerto Rico after Mariathat has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still with
The World / Posted 2 days ago
that has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still without running water, and 20 of the island’s 51 sewage treatment plants out of service, there are growing concerns about contamination and disease. (AP Photo/Ramon Espi... Read more
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The Times and Democrat
Raw sewage contaminating waters in Puerto Rico after Mariathat has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still with
The Times and Democrat / Posted 2 days ago
that has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still without running water, and 20 of the island’s 51 sewage treatment plants out of service, there are growing concerns about contamination and disease. (AP Photo/Ramon Espi... Read more
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Lincoln Journal Star
Raw sewage contaminating waters in Puerto Rico after Mariathat has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still with
Lincoln Journal Star / Posted 2 days ago
that has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still without running water, and 20 of the island’s 51 sewage treatment plants out of service, there are growing concerns about contamination and disease. (AP Photo/Ramon Espi... Read more
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The Sentinel
Raw sewage contaminating waters in Puerto Rico after Mariathat has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still with
The Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
that has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still without running water, and 20 of the island’s 51 sewage treatment plants out of service, there are growing concerns about contamination and disease. (AP Photo/Ramon Espi... Read more
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Journal Gazette & Times-Courier
Raw sewage contaminating waters in Puerto Rico after Mariathat has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still with
Journal Gazette & Times-Courier / Posted 2 days ago
that has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still without running water, and 20 of the island’s 51 sewage treatment plants out of service, there are growing concerns about contamination and disease. (AP Photo/Ramon Espi... Read more
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Santa Maria Times
Raw sewage contaminating waters in Puerto Rico after Mariathat has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still with
Santa Maria Times / Posted 2 days ago
that has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still without running water, and 20 of the island’s 51 sewage treatment plants out of service, there are growing concerns about contamination and disease. (AP Photo/Ramon Espi... Read more
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The Times of Northwest Indiana
Raw sewage contaminating waters in Puerto Rico after Mariathat has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still with
The Times of Northwest Indiana / Posted 2 days ago
that has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still without running water, and 20 of the island’s 51 sewage treatment plants out of service, there are growing concerns about contamination and disease. (AP Photo/Ramon Espi... Read more
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Sioux City Journal
Raw sewage contaminating waters in Puerto Rico after Mariathat has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still with
Sioux City Journal / Posted 2 days ago
that has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still without running water, and 20 of the island’s 51 sewage treatment plants out of service, there are growing concerns about contamination and disease. (AP Photo/Ramon Espi... Read more
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Rapid City Journal
Raw sewage contaminating waters in Puerto Rico after Mariathat has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still with
Rapid City Journal / Posted 2 days ago
that has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still without running water, and 20 of the island’s 51 sewage treatment plants out of service, there are growing concerns about contamination and disease. (AP Photo/Ramon Espi... Read more
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The Bismarck Tribune
Raw sewage contaminating waters in Puerto Rico after Mariathat has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still with
The Bismarck Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
that has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still without running water, and 20 of the island’s 51 sewage treatment plants out of service, there are growing concerns about contamination and disease. (AP Photo/Ramon Espi... Read more
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Arizona Daily Sun
Raw sewage contaminating waters in Puerto Rico after Mariathat has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still with
Arizona Daily Sun / Posted 2 days ago
that has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still without running water, and 20 of the island’s 51 sewage treatment plants out of service, there are growing concerns about contamination and disease. (AP Photo/Ramon Espi... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Some Inquirer editors part of destabilization effort?other words, following the letter of the law, the PDEA has deputized the PNP to
Inquirier.net / Posted 2 days ago
other words, following the letter of the law, the PDEA has deputized the PNP to go after drug fiends. Manuel K. Espinosa, the new president of the sequestered Philippine National Construction Corp. (PNCC), seems to think he’s running a... Read more
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New York Post
Man found alive days after falling in manholeovernight near the South Sam Houston Parkway when they heard screams for help a
New York Post / Posted 2 days ago
overnight near the South Sam Houston Parkway when they heard screams for help about 3 a.m. Monday, ABC 13 reported. Elmer Espinosa said he gave the man Cheetos and bottled water to try and keep him comfortable until help arrived. It took... Read more
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Arizona Daily Sun
Puerto Rico struggles with massive environmental crisisthat has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still with
Arizona Daily Sun / Posted 2 days ago
that has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still without running water, and 20 of the island’s 51 sewage treatment plants out of service, there are growing concerns about contamination and disease. (AP Photo/Ramon Espi... Read more
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WGN Radio Chicago
No Coast Cinema Deleted Scene | Fantastic Fest 2017that didn’t make it into the theatrical cut. This scene comes from No Coast Ci
WGN Radio Chicago / Posted 2 days ago
that didn’t make it into the theatrical cut. This scene comes from No Coast Cinema Episode 18 with Raul Benitez and Nando Espinosa. In this clip, Raul talks about going to Austin, Texas for Fantastic Fest, a film festival run by Tim League and... Read more
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The Chippewa Herald
Puerto Rico struggles with massive environmental crisisthat has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still with
The Chippewa Herald / Posted 2 days ago
that has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still without running water, and 20 of the island’s 51 sewage treatment plants out of service, there are growing concerns about contamination and disease. (AP Photo/Ramon Espi... Read more
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Fremont Tribune
Puerto Rico struggles with massive environmental crisisthat has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still with
Fremont Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
that has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still without running water, and 20 of the island’s 51 sewage treatment plants out of service, there are growing concerns about contamination and disease. (AP Photo/Ramon Espi... Read more
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Missoulian
Puerto Rico struggles with massive environmental crisisthat has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still with
Missoulian / Posted 2 days ago
that has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still without running water, and 20 of the island’s 51 sewage treatment plants out of service, there are growing concerns about contamination and disease. (AP Photo/Ramon Espi... Read more
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The World
Puerto Rico struggles with massive environmental crisisthat has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still with
The World / Posted 2 days ago
that has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still without running water, and 20 of the island’s 51 sewage treatment plants out of service, there are growing concerns about contamination and disease. (AP Photo/Ramon Espi... Read more
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The Times and Democrat
Puerto Rico struggles with massive environmental crisisthat has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still with
The Times and Democrat / Posted 2 days ago
that has no clear end in sight. With hundreds of thousands of people still without running water, and 20 of the island’s 51 sewage treatment plants out of service, there are growing concerns about contamination and disease. (AP Photo/Ramon Espi... Read more
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Journal Gazette & Times-Courier
Puerto Rico struggles with massive environmental crisisMaria made landfall, officials say running water has been restored to 72 percen
Journal Gazette & Times-Courier / Posted 2 days ago
Maria made landfall, officials say running water has been restored to 72 percent of the island’s people. The water authority says it’s safe to drink, thought the health department still recommends boiling or disinfecting it. (AP Photo/Ramon Espin... Read more
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The Daily Californian
TDPS delivers a visually stunning, captivating rendition of ‘Metamorphoses’commentary . The play draws to a close by coming back around to the first stor
The Daily Californian / Posted 2 days ago
commentary . The play draws to a close by coming back around to the first story told — that of King Midas (Alexander Espinosa Pieb), which was left unfinished — bringing a cyclical element to the set of vignettes. With all the stories having... Read more
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Miami New Times
III Points Steps Up Security After Las Vegas Shootingafter playing the Mind Melt stage last year. Vegas was on their minds as they c
Miami New Times / Posted 2 days ago
after playing the Mind Melt stage last year. Vegas was on their minds as they came home to rock the S3ctor 3 stage. Nico Espinosa, drummer and co-vocalist in the band, says that as performers, he and bandmate Sean Wouters were deeply affected by... Read more
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Miami New Times
III Points Steps Up Security After Las Vegas Shootingafter playing the Mind Melt stage last year. Vegas was on their minds as they c
Miami New Times / Posted 2 days ago
after playing the Mind Melt stage last year. Vegas was on their minds as they came home to rock the S3ctor 3 stage. Nico Espinosa, drummer and co-vocalist in the band, says that as performers, he and bandmate Sean Wouters were deeply affected by... Read more
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Rapid City Journal
Thousands in Puerto Rico shelters after hurricaneThey lost everything: clothes, household goods, and an old car. Dragoni support
Rapid City Journal / Posted 2 days ago
They lost everything: clothes, household goods, and an old car. Dragoni supported his family by working construction, but his employers are currently out of business, leaving him and his family without a source of income. (AP Photo/Ramon Es... Read more
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The Chippewa Herald
Thousands in Puerto Rico shelters after hurricaneThey lost everything: clothes, household goods, and an old car. Dragoni support
The Chippewa Herald / Posted 2 days ago
They lost everything: clothes, household goods, and an old car. Dragoni supported his family by working construction, but his employers are currently out of business, leaving him and his family without a source of income. (AP Photo/Ramon Es... Read more
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Fremont Tribune
Thousands in Puerto Rico shelters after hurricaneThey lost everything: clothes, household goods, and an old car. Dragoni support
Fremont Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
They lost everything: clothes, household goods, and an old car. Dragoni supported his family by working construction, but his employers are currently out of business, leaving him and his family without a source of income. (AP Photo/Ramon Es... Read more
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The World
Thousands in Puerto Rico shelters after hurricaneThey lost everything: clothes, household goods, and an old car. Dragoni support
The World / Posted 2 days ago
They lost everything: clothes, household goods, and an old car. Dragoni supported his family by working construction, but his employers are currently out of business, leaving him and his family without a source of income. (AP Photo/Ramon Es... Read more
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The Times and Democrat
Thousands in Puerto Rico shelters after hurricaneThey lost everything: clothes, household goods, and an old car. Dragoni support
The Times and Democrat / Posted 2 days ago
They lost everything: clothes, household goods, and an old car. Dragoni supported his family by working construction, but his employers are currently out of business, leaving him and his family without a source of income. (AP Photo/Ramon Es... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
George Ranch sweeps 23-6A cross countryled the Rangers as the individual runner-up in 15:53.87, followed by teammates
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 3 days ago
led the Rangers as the individual runner-up in 15:53.87, followed by teammates Tyler Pederson (9th, 17:23.86), Alvaro Espinosa (11th) and Robert Zhang (15th). With the Rangers and Panthers tied after four runners, David Bryan's 19th-place... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
Puerto Rico raises Hurricane Maria death toll to 48keep sending help “forever” and suggesting the U.S. territory was to blame for
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 4 days ago
keep sending help “forever” and suggesting the U.S. territory was to blame for its financial struggles. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa) Authorities in Puerto Rico raised the death toll from Hurricane Maria by 3 to 48 on Saturday based on a review of... Read more
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FOX News
Puerto Rico raises Hurricane Maria death toll to 48keep sending help “forever” and suggesting the U.S. territory was to blame
FOX News / Posted 4 days ago
keep sending help “forever” and suggesting the U.S. territory was to blame for its financial struggles. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa) (Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.) Authorities in Puerto Rico raised the death toll from... Read more
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Breitbart
Sanctuary Cities Allowed Criminal Alien to Remain in U.S., Murder Kansas Deputyallowed the previously convicted drunk driver to remain in the U.S. leading to
Breitbart / Posted 4 days ago
allowed the previously convicted drunk driver to remain in the U.S. leading to the murder of the deputy. Adrian Espinosa-Flores, a 39-year-old illegal alien, pleaded guilty to reckless second-degree murder charges in Johnson County,... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Puerto Rico raises Hurricane Maria death toll to 48keep sending help “forever” and suggesting the U.S. territory was to blame for
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 4 days ago
keep sending help “forever” and suggesting the U.S. territory was to blame for its financial struggles. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa) Authorities in Puerto Rico raised the death toll from Hurricane Maria by 3 to 48 on Saturday based on a review of... Read more
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The Times and Democrat
Puerto Rico raises Hurricane Maria death toll to 48Trump lashed out at hurricane-devastated Puerto Rico on Thursday, insisting in
The Times and Democrat / Posted 4 days ago
Trump lashed out at hurricane-devastated Puerto Rico on Thursday, insisting in tweets that the federal government can’t keep sending help “forever” and suggesting the U.S. territory was to blame for its financial struggles. (AP Photo/Ramon Espi... Read more
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Lincoln Journal Star
Puerto Rico raises Hurricane Maria death toll to 48Trump lashed out at hurricane-devastated Puerto Rico on Thursday, insisting in
Lincoln Journal Star / Posted 4 days ago
Trump lashed out at hurricane-devastated Puerto Rico on Thursday, insisting in tweets that the federal government can’t keep sending help “forever” and suggesting the U.S. territory was to blame for its financial struggles. (AP Photo/Ramon Espi... Read more
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The Sentinel
Puerto Rico raises Hurricane Maria death toll to 48Trump lashed out at hurricane-devastated Puerto Rico on Thursday, insisting in
The Sentinel / Posted 4 days ago
Trump lashed out at hurricane-devastated Puerto Rico on Thursday, insisting in tweets that the federal government can’t keep sending help “forever” and suggesting the U.S. territory was to blame for its financial struggles. (AP Photo/Ramon Espi... Read more
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Journal Gazette & Times-Courier
Puerto Rico raises Hurricane Maria death toll to 48Trump lashed out at hurricane-devastated Puerto Rico on Thursday, insisting in
Journal Gazette & Times-Courier / Posted 4 days ago
Trump lashed out at hurricane-devastated Puerto Rico on Thursday, insisting in tweets that the federal government can’t keep sending help “forever” and suggesting the U.S. territory was to blame for its financial struggles. (AP Photo/Ramon Espi... Read more
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The Times of Northwest Indiana
Puerto Rico raises Hurricane Maria death toll to 48Trump lashed out at hurricane-devastated Puerto Rico on Thursday, insisting in
The Times of Northwest Indiana / Posted 4 days ago
Trump lashed out at hurricane-devastated Puerto Rico on Thursday, insisting in tweets that the federal government can’t keep sending help “forever” and suggesting the U.S. territory was to blame for its financial struggles. (AP Photo/Ramon Espi... Read more
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