Massive but weakened Irma lashes Florida with wind, rain
TAMPA, Florida (AP) — A massive but weakened Hurricane Irma zeroed in on the Tampa Bay region early Monday after hammering much of Florida with roof-ripping winds, gushing floodwaters and widespread power outages….
The Latest: Irma weakening as it moves over Florida
TAMPA, Florida (AP) — The Latest on Hurricane Irma (all times local):…
More aid, evacuations in Caribbean islands battered by Irma
HAVANA (AP) — With ports mended and weather cleared, officials sent in more aid and arranged stepped-up evacuations Monday in remote Caribbean islands devastated and cut off by Hurricane Irma….
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US commemorates 9/11; thousands expected at ground zero
NEW YORK (AP) — While the U.S. contends with the destruction caused by two ferocious hurricanes in three weeks, Americans also are marking the anniversary of one of the nation's most scarring days….
Trump and first lady prepare to commemorate Sept. 11
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is preparing to preside over his first 9/11 commemoration in office, a solemn and nonpartisan occasion in which he will be joined by first lady Melania Trump….
US calls for Monday vote on new North Korea sanctions
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The United States called for a vote Monday on new U.N. sanctions against North Korea, though exactly what measures would be in the resolution remained a mystery….
Bangladesh hospital struggles to cope with Rohingya wounds
COX’S BAZAR, Bangladesh (AP) — The 7-year-old Rohingya boy lies on a tattered mattress on the floor of a crowded government hospital in Bangladesh, bandages covering the spot where a bullet fired by Myanmar troops tore through his chest a week earlier….
Apple may test the bounds of iPhone love with a $1,000 model
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Apple is expected to sell its fanciest iPhone yet for $1,000, crossing into a new financial frontier that will test how much consumers are willing to pay for a device that's become an indispensable part of modern life….
TV correspondents face danger they told others to avoid
NEW YORK (AP) — It's a paradox of hurricane coverage: people on television spend days warning the public to get out of harm's way, then station their correspondents squarely in the middle of howling wind and rain and hope they don't get hurt….