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Corelogic estimates Hurricane Irma property damage at $42.5-$65 billion

(Reuters) - Analytics firm Corelogic on Tuesday estimated total insured and uninsured losses from damage to properties from Hurricane Irma at $42.5-$65 billion.
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Some 371,000 customers still without power in Florida after Irma

(Reuters) - Florida utilities said on Monday they restored power to over 95 percent of the 7.8 million homes and businesses knocked out by Hurricane Irma, leaving some 371,000 customers still without electricity....
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Trump Sets Aside UN Distrust to Seek Allies on North Korea, Iran

President Donald Trump will embark on a whirlwind series of meetings next week at the United Nations General Assembly to make two big asks of the world: Stand with us against North Korea, and hold the line against Iran’s nuclear program....
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Irma pushes Florida’s poor closer to the edge of ruin

IMMOKALEE, Fla. (AP) — Larry and Elida Dimas didn’t have much to begin with, and Hurricane Irma left them with even less....
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[US] Senate Defeats Measure to Repeal AUMF

Sen. Corker Cuts Off Debate, Senate Votes 61-36 To Kill Repeal ...
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[US] National debt hits historic $20 trillion mark

The U.S. national debt reached $20 trillion for the first time ever last Friday after President Trump signed a bipartisan bill temporarily raising the nation's debt limit for three months. ...
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DACA repeal will conservatively hit GDP by $105 billion over five years, Mark Zandi says

The potential deportation of about 800,000 so-called “Dreamers” could have significant negative consequences for the US economy....
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Irma chases retirees from Florida paradise; return uncertain

BEVERLY BEACH, Fla. (AP) — For hundreds of Northern retirees, paradise looks like the pastel-colored mobile homes just off A1A, the highway that runs the length of Florida’s eastern coast....
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'DREAMers' gave up their personal info for DACA. Now, they wonder, will the U.S. use it to deport them?

In order to enroll in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, Maria Praeli was required to provide the federal government a trove of personal documents, including her birth certificate, current and previous home addresses, phone numbers, school and medical records, as well as biometric data such as fingerprints and a photo ID....
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