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 •  Island is under curfew after hurricane wipes out all electricity. It's 'total devastation,' an official says
Thousands of Puerto Ricans heeded the calls of government officials and have taken refuge in shelters as the Caribbean island braces for Hurricane Maria's direct hit early Wednesday.
 •  In pictures: Hurricane Maria pummels Puerto Rico
 •  Puerto Rico: 11 years in recession and now no electricity
 •  Ferocious winds lash at CNN reporter in Puerto Rico
CNN's Nick Paton Walsh gets battered by winds while Hurricane Maria makes landfall in Puerto Rico with 155 mph winds.
 •  Trees, fences topple as Maria hits Puerto Rico
Hurricane Maria is the strongest hurricane to make landfall in Puerto Rico since 1928.
 •  Track the storm: Follow Maria's path
 •  Documents sought on President's firings
Special counsel Robert Mueller has requested documents and information covering a range of events from President Donald Trump's White House, including two firings and an Oval Office meeting, sources familiar with the matter tell CNN.
 •  Washington Post: Manafort offered to brief Russian billionaire on election
President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort offered to brief a Russian billionaire on the election two weeks before Trump accepted the nomination, people familiar with the discussions told The Washington Post.
 •  How Russia used Twitter to sway election
CNN's Drew Griffin looks into how Russia used Twitter as a weapon in it's propaganda campaign during the 2016 US election by using fake, pro-Trump accounts to influence voters.
 •  Obama slams GOP health care proposal
Former President Barack Obama said Wednesday there are no practical benefits to a bill Republicans are considering to replace the Affordable Care Act.
 •  Groups unhappy with the latest repeal effort
 •  See tense moments from Senate floor
CNN's Brooke Baldwin analyzes moments on the Senate floor amid tension from the proposed Graham-Cassidy health care bill.
 •  Map shows why GOP's health care bill may hurt the GOP
Senate Republicans continue to sound optimistic about their chances of passing their last, last-ditch attempt to repeal and replace Obamacare before their window to do so closes at the end of the month. (I'm more skeptical.)
 •  Preet Bharara gives new details on why Donald Trump fired him
Preet Bharara, the US attorney for the Southern District of New York who President Donald Trump fired just three months into his presidency, says he believes that if he had stayed Trump would have asked him "to do something inappropriate."
 •  Rescue team contacts girl trapped in rubble, report says
Rescue crews working in silence raced Wednesday to remove a girl trapped in the rubble of a collapsed elementary school in Mexico City.
 •  Opinion: What Mexico's earthquake means for California
As we wake up to footage of the devastation in Mexico in the aftermath of the second earthquake that country has suffered this month, people in California might well be wondering how well-prepared their local communities are.
 •  Opinion: Mexicans show their solidarity
When the earthquake struck, I was working in a bookshop café in Roma Norte, a bustling neighborhood in Mexico City. As I tried to exit the building, books came flying past me. I have been in earthquakes in Mexico before -- but this felt very different. It was stronger and more violent. The ground swayed for a long time after the heavy shaking stopped.
 •  Photos show quake's destruction in Mexico
 •  Before private flights, Price criticized them
According to Politico, while traveling for business, HHS Secretary Tom Price took five private jet flights over the course of a week.
 •  Trump: My friends go to Africa to get rich
President Donald Trump tells African leaders at a United Nations General Assembly luncheon that he has many friends going to the continent to get rich.
 •  Cillizza: Trump's odd comment about Africa
President Donald Trump continued to make the rounds at the United Nations General Assembly on Wednesday. At lunch, he attended a gathering of African leaders and made a few remarks.
 •  North Korea: Trump's UN speech amounted to 'the sound of a dog barking'
North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho said Wednesday US President Donald Trump's threat to destroy the hermit kingdom sounded like "a dog barking."
 •  'Raging Bull' champ Jake LaMotta dies at 95
Jake LaMotta, the former middleweight champion of the world, has died. He was 95.
 •  Bill Gates: Sorry about Control-Alt-Delete
 •  Woman at center of Kevin Hart scandal speaks
A woman who has been linked to actor Kevin Hart in an alleged extortion plot held a press conference Wednesday to say that she, too, is a victim.
 •  Internet roasts Trump for speech gaffe
President Trump slipped up on the pronunciation of an African country. CNN's Anderson Cooper puts "Nambia" on the Ridiculist.
 •  Is this the NFL's biggest jerk? Maybe...
 •  College footballer dies after tackle during game
 •  Fergie: It was 'weird' keeping split secret
Fergie and Josh Duhamel had split before they announced their separation last week, and the singer sounds relieved to have finally gone public.
 •  Navy worker flips off newborn
Two employees at Naval Hospital Jacksonville have been removed from patient care duties after images of them mistreating babies went viral.
 •  NFLer suspended indefinitely after going AWOL
 •  Ivanka Trump reveals struggle with postpartum depression
Ivanka Trump, daughter of and senior adviser to President Donald Trump, revealed that she had postpartum depression after the births of her children in an interview for "The Dr. Oz Show." The program, filmed Monday, will air Thursday.
 •  'GoT' star was 'depressed, but I didn't know it'
Lena Headey is used to waging battles as Cersei on "Game of Thrones," but in real life she's fought some tough fights of her own.
 •  Chrissy Teigen: Sadness, pain after giving birth
Model Chrissy Teigen opens up about her postpartum depression in an interview with Glamour magazine.
 •  How postpartum depression can grow serious
After giving birth, some mothers experience extreme sadness, anxiety and other symptoms of postpartum depression.
 •  This is what happens when gender roles are forced on kids
A new study suggests that across countries and income levels boys and girls enter their teens ingrained with damaging gender stereotypes that could have lasting impacts.
 •  Child struck by foul ball, sent to hospital
 •  She's rated 'most dangerous celebrity' online
 •  Jada Pinkett Smith denies she's a Scientologist
Jada Pinkett Smith wants everyone to know she's not a Scientologist. She is just in the habit of practicing "human kindness."
 •  She lost her roof to Irma, now endures Maria
Living through hurricanes Irma and Maria has been the toughest ordeal my boyfriend, Nate, and I have ever been through.
 •  World's coolest bookstores from London to LA
Bookstores seem to be dying faster than it takes to download the complete works of Shakespeare these days, so when one comes back from the grave it's a cause for celebration.
 •  'Breaking Bad' star and wife expecting first baby
Aaron Paul is going to be a dad, yo.
 •  The simplest (and tastiest) way to make this tailgate favorite
It's hard enough to cook chicken properly on the stovetop or in the oven, where you have complete control of the temperature, but in a slow cooker (see which models we recommend in our equipment testing) it's even trickier to ensure moist, flavorful chicken at the end of a long cooking time.
 •  Colbert's gift leaves Clinton speechless
On "The Late Show," host Stephen Colbert gave Hillary Clinton all the jokes he made for her victory that he was unable to use on election night.
 •  You can now book a restaurant reservation on Airbnb
 •  Yoko Ono pops John lemon-ade bubble
John Lennon and lemonade do not mix.
 •  The need for caffeine led to this
 •  Pension fund now worth $1,000,000,000,000
Norway's giant pension fund is now worth over $1 trillion. Yes, 1 followed by 12 zeros.
 •  Kimmel more effective than Dems on healthcare
 •  Trapped on the tarmac, watching Mexico City shake
When the earthquake hit, I was on a moving plane on the runway at Mexico City airport. I felt the plane tilt and sway as if it would crash to the ground. Looking out the window, I saw the entire airport swaying and people fleeing the building in droves.
 •  Last thing we need is July 4th military parade
Inspired by his attendance at this year's Bastille Day parade in Paris, President Trump has apparently decided we need a similar military parade here in Washington of the Fourth of July.
 •  Doctor: Don't be fooled by GOP health bill
 •  Lowest refinance rates in 2017 have arrived
 •  9 things to know about adult asthma
 •  3 cards charging 0% interest until 2019
 •  'Flaming feminist litigator' Ruth Bader Ginsburg sets up Supreme Court term
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg looked out at the first year law class she was about to address at Georgetown Law on Wednesday and smiled broadly after being told the majority of the class were women.
 •  How not to run for president (while probably running for president)
Although Donald Trump has already launched is re-election campaign, only one Democrat so far -- Maryland Rep. John Delaney -- has thrown his hat in the 2020 ring. The vast majority of presidential prospects have remained coy about their plans -- but few have explicitly ruled out a White House bid.
 •  A 'family curse': First insomnia, then death
 •  Sports parents -- your kids are watching
"That teams stinks."
 •  The world is running out of antibiotics, WHO says
Too few new antibiotics are under development to combat the threat of multidrug-resistant infections, according to a new World Health Organization report published Tuesday. Adding to the concern: It is likely that the speed of increasing resistance will outpace the slow drug development process.
 •  Woman at center of Kevin Hart scandal speaks
A woman who has been linked to actor Kevin Hart in an alleged extortion plot held a press conference Wednesday to say that she, too, is a victim.
 •  Jada Pinkett Smith denies she's a Scientologist
Jada Pinkett Smith wants everyone to know she's not a Scientologist. She is just in the habit of practicing "human kindness."
 •  'Battle of the Sexes' makes its point
"Battle of the Sexes" is an easy movie to like, but with apologies to its tennis backdrop, not quite love. Deftly recreating the Billie Jean King-Bobby Riggs match with Emma Stone and Steve Carell perfectly inhabiting the key roles, the power of the story carries the day, overcoming places where this slight film exhibits as much finesse as an overhead smash.
 •  These people are Hollywood's hottest commodity
 •  When Kim Kardashian plans to stop posing nude
Kim Kardashian West believes there is an age limit to posing nude.
 •  The homes of Los Angeles' (architectural) stars
 •  'Hawaii of China' becoming the new Dubai?
The dancing begins almost as soon as the sun sets on Sanya, in southern Hainan.
 •  He brings beauty to the Kardashians
 •  6 of the best travel cameras you can buy now
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