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You don't usually hear this word at a rally

By Carol Costello, Anchor
Carol Costello: Black Lives Matter member Hawk Newsome speaking to Trump supporters at the "Mother of All Rallies" shows us how compassion is possible in the midst of anger.

Axelrod: I cried when they passed Obamacare

By David Axelrod, CNN Senior Political Commentator
The new Graham-Cassidy healthcare bill leaves Americans with financial burdens that my family had trying to save our daughter from her epileptic seizures, writes David Axelrod.

Why Facebook's about-face on Russia ads?

By Andre Spicer
On Thursday, Mark Zuckerberg popped up on Facebook Live. Just back from parental leave, he had lines under his eyes. He may not have been getting any sleep, but there were no signs of baby spit-up on his T-shirt, which perfectly matched the large couch in the background.
A man walks out of the door frame of a building that collapsed after an earthquake, in the Condesa neighborhood of Mexico City on September 19.

What Mexico's earthquake means for California

By Jean-Paul Ampuero
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.
A man walks out of the door frame of a building that collapsed after an earthquake, in the Condesa neighborhood of Mexico City on September 19.

Seismologist: What caused Mexico's earthquake

By John Vidale
Crumpling from the downward bending of the sinking Cocos Plate deep within earth made Mexico shake, but the country's "earthquake early warning" appeared to do its job and blunt the tragedy. US could use such a system, writes John Vidale.

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