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Japan begins grim relief mission with towns flooded, thousands reported missing
Rescue teams searched through matchstick rubble Saturday for thousands of people missing in flooded areas of northeastern Japan, beginning one of the most complex relief efforts in history.

Japanese nuclear plants' operator scrambles to avert meltdowns
Japanese authorities said Sunday that efforts to restart the cooling system at one of the reactors damaged by Friday's earthquake had failed, a major setback in the struggle to contain what has become the most serious nuclear power crisis in a quarter century.

For autistic kids' parents, trial hits home

Subterranean jail a sign of Gaddafi's grip

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Legal pot on the one hand, an opioid crisis on the other. What?s a DARE officer to do?
The police-run program on ?Drug Abuse Resistance Education? was seemingly everywhere in the 1980s and ?90s, but studies questioned its effectiveness and states cut its funding. With the glory days gone, the program?s success could come down to the officers who are left.

This man?s battle with a Fla. city will bring him to the Supreme Court. It?s not the first time.
Fane Lozman?s latest legal tussle with the town of Riviera Beach has grown from a ham-handed attempt to cut him off at a city council meeting into a free-speech showdown that will have nationwide implications for citizens arrested ? as Lozman was ? by government officials they criticize.

European allies scramble to satisfy Iran nuclear deal?s critic in chief
France, Germany and Britain have been striving to convince President Trump that they want to join him in cracking down on bad Iranian behavior in hopes of preserving the 2015 nuclear agreement that he has railed against. But even if the European allies and administration officials can forge a deal, there is no guarantee that it will placate the mercurial president.

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Farewell, summer

Oregon college shooting live updates: 'There's been another mass shooting in America,' Obama says

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Cartoonists Pay Tribute to the Victims of Paris Attacks With Somber Drawings

We Can Turn Down the Earth?s Thermostat, But Do We Dare?

What We Know about the Paris Attackers

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