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North Korea Hails Test of Hydrogen Bomb for ICBM a ‘Success’

North Korea said it conducted a sixth and significantly larger nuclear test Sunday, stepping up pressure on President Donald Trump in what is shaping up to be his biggest foreign policy crisis. 308in 20 hours

White House Weighs Exiting Trade Deal With South Korea

The Trump administration is considering giving notice to South Korea of plans to withdraw from a five-year-old bilateral trade pact, with a decision coming as soon as this coming week. 293in 21 hours

Russia Complies With U.S. Order to Close Three Diplomatic Properties

Russian embassy personnel and State Department officials together secured the San Francisco consulate and two annexes containing trade missions in New York and Washington, D.C. 135in 9 hours

World War II Bomb Prompts Germany’s Biggest Evacuation

German police were clearing buildings in the financial capital in the country’s largest evacuation since World War II after the discovery of a “blockbuster” bomb from that era. in 7 hours

Trump Returns to Gulf Coast After Hurricane Harvey’s Devastation

President Donald Trump made a second trip to the devastated Gulf Coast as rescues of residents in East Texas continued amid floodwaters that in some places were still rising. 276in 14 hours

Local Meteorologist Emerges as Unlikely Hero of Harvey

Houston has a new celebrity: Jeff Lindner, meteorologist for the Harris County Flood Control District. in 7 hours

Then and Now: The Big Shift at Work

A couple generations ago, workers in the U.S. could expect a 9-to-5 schedule, retirement benefits, generous health insurance and a sense that they could spend years, even decades, at a single company. Today, workers have more flexibility but the safety net has frayed.

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