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Earthquake measuring 7.2 strikes southern Mexico
Earthquake measuring 7.2 strikes southern Mexico

A powerful 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck in the southern coastal region of Mexico Friday afternoon.

Tesla now makes almost 1,000 Model 3s a week, Bloomberg tracker estimates
Tesla now makes almost 1,000 Model 3s a week, Bloomberg tracker estimates

Production numbers for Tesla electric cars have always been slightly murky. The Tesla Model 3 has endured a long, painful, and somewhat public "production hell" as the company struggles to get it into steady, automated, high-volume production at the necessary levels of quality. DON'T MISS: Tesla Model 3 choke point: automated battery line equipment still in Germany?

These Are The Victims Of The South Florida School Shooting
These Are The Victims Of The South Florida School Shooting

Family and friends of the 17 people killed in Wednesday's shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida, are speaking out about their lost loved ones, sharing words about their talents and aspirations as well as stories of heroism and sacrifice in their final moments.

White House says it 'could have done better' over Rob Porter allegations
White House says it 'could have done better' over Rob Porter allegations

The White House has admitted that it mishandled allegations of domestic abuse against a senior official who was forced to resign on Wednesday. John Kelly, the chief of staff, and press secretary Sarah Sanders at first defended staff secretary Rob Porter after media reports in which two ex-wives accused him of assault.

Putin, 7 rivals register for Russia
Putin, 7 rivals register for Russia's presidential race

MOSCOW (AP) - Russia's election officials have registered eight candidates for the March 18 presidential election, including President Vladimir Putin.

Thousands of Greeks protest against Macedonia name compromise
Thousands of Greeks protest against Macedonia name compromise

Tens of thousands of Greeks staged a mass rally in Athens on Sunday, urging the government not to compromise in a festering name row with neighbouring Macedonia. Organisers claimed some 1.5 million people from across Greece and the Greek diaspora turned out to express their opposition to attempts by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras' government to broker a deal. "The million protesters that the organisers imagined was wishful thinking," Tsipras said in a statement released by his office.

An Angry James Comey On The GOP Memo: 'That's It?'
An Angry James Comey On The GOP Memo: 'That's It?'

Ousted FBI Director James Comey was so underwhelmed - and yet angered - by the Republican memo criticizing the bureau's surveillance of a member of Donald Trump's presidential campaign that Comey tweeted Friday: "That's it?"

Pentagon pushes for new, low-yield nuclear bombs
Pentagon pushes for new, low-yield nuclear bombs

The US military wants to revamp its nuclear arsenal and develop new low-yield atomic bombs, largely in response to Russian actions in recent years, the Pentagon says in a policy statement released Friday. The so-called Nuclear Posture Review outlines the Pentagon's nuclear ambitions under President Donald Trump and is the first time since 2010 that the military has spelled out how it foresees nuclear threats in the coming decades. It marks a sobering break from the vision for America's atomic future under Barack Obama, who during a famous speech in Prague in 2009 called for the elimination of nuclear weapons.

Female Journalists Were Blocked Behind Male Colleagues While Covering Pence's Israel Trip
Female Journalists Were Blocked Behind Male Colleagues While Covering Pence's Israel Trip

Female journalists who traveled around the world to report on Vice President Mike Pence's trip to Israel this week were literally blocked from doing their jobs on Tuesday morning.

Donations pour in for 13 siblings held captive in California
Donations pour in for 13 siblings held captive in California

LOS ANGELES (AP) - More than $120,000 has been donated to help 13 siblings in California who authorities say were kept chained to beds for months by their parents and starved so much that their growth was stunted, officials said Tuesday.

CCTV footage emerges showing the 'moment children were freed' from home of David and Louise Turpin
CCTV footage emerges showing the 'moment children were freed' from home of David and Louise Turpin

An American man accused of torturing his 13 children abducted his future wife from high school when she was 16 years old, her relatives have claimed. David Turpin, who was 24 at the time, convinced staff to let him take his girlfriend, Louise Robinette, out of her West Virginia high school, according to her two siblings.  The pair eloped and ventured as far as Texas before they were caught by police and brought back home. The couple made headlines across the world last week after their 13 children were discovered malnourished and living in filthy conditions, some chained to furniture in the family home.  Louise and David Turpin Credit: AFP Mr Turpin, 56, and Mrs Turpin, 49 have been...

Magnitude 7.9 earthquake strikes southeast of Alaska; tsunami warning issued
Magnitude 7.9 earthquake strikes southeast of Alaska; tsunami warning issued

A magnitude 7.9 earthquake off Alaska's Kodiak Island prompted a tsunami warning for a large swath of coastal Alaska and Canada's British Columbia while the remainder of the U.S. West Coast was under a watch.

'Get to Higher Ground Immediately.' Tsunami Warning in Alaska After Massive 8.2-Magnitude Earthquake Off Kodiak
'Get to Higher Ground Immediately.' Tsunami Warning in Alaska After Massive 8.2-Magnitude Earthquake Off Kodiak

Authorities in Kodiak, Alaska, are telling residents to move to higher ground after a strong earthquake prompted a tsunami warning.

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