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 washingtonpost.com - Today's Highlights  
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
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America?s hunt for ISIS left Raqqa in ruins. Who is supposed to rebuild it?
The Syrian city ? once the militants? self-proclaimed capital ? was left without running water or electricity, and residents frequently encounter human remains amid the rubble. Its slow recovery is fueling the sentiment that the United States wrecked the city but is unwilling to help put it back together.

Southwest passenger who died following explosion was sucked halfway out the plane
A fellow passenger emotionally described how he and others tried to save the woman who died when she was pulled partly through a window after one of its engines exploded in midair.

Comey memos say Trump expressed concerns about Flynn?s judgment
Memos by then-FBI Director James B. Comey that were redacted and released by the Justice Department recount in detail efforts by President Trump to influence the bureau?s expanding Russia investigation.


 Los Angeles Times - Top News  
Farewell, summer

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

Farewell, summer

 Newsweek.com: Top News  
Cartoonists Pay Tribute to the Victims of Paris Attacks With Somber Drawings
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What We Know about the Paris Attackers
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