More than 200 dead in Colombia landslide.
Huge South Korea cargo ship missing in South Atlantic.
Schumer says Gorsuch “unlikely” to get 60 votes.
Judge to Trump: No protection for rally speech inciting violence.
Hotel pool poisoning kills 1, leaves 11 injured.
Huge cyclone hits Australia.
Jared Kushner faces questions from Senate.
Sessions threatens sanctuary cities; mayors vow to fight back.
Dakota pipeline now has oil under river near Standing Rock.
Terrorism charges for white man accused of hunting down black men.
D.O.A.: GOP not impressed with Trump’s budget.
The FBI made a deal with ex-spy for Trump dossier.
Mt. Etna erupts.
Amazon web service knocked off-line for a while.
Flag-waving racists sentenced to long prison terms in Georgia.
Rabbit, rabbit, rabbit.
Death toll from Tennessee wildfire increases.
Read the fine print: not everyone is happy about saving jobs at Carrier.
Mike Pence’s new neighbors give him a colorful welcome.
U.N. apologizes for Haiti cholera outbreak, not causing it.
France’s President Hollande will not seek re-election.
Seven deaths confirmed in Tennessee wildfires.
Colombia’s congress approves revised peace deal with FARC.
Protestors march in North Carolina over decision not to prosecute police officer in shooting.
Saudi prince calls for end to ban on women drivers.
Rabbit, rabbit, rabbit.
Syria tells residents of Aleppo to leave or “be annihilated.”
All bodies have been recovered from Colombia plane crash site.
Three people have died in the wildfire in Tennessee.
Scientists blame ocean warming for massive coral die-off.
Obama to send aide to Castro’s funeral.
Major earthquake near Fukushima, Japan.
A little late… Wisconsin GOP districts ruled unconstitutional.
Northeast gets nearly two feet of snow.
Freezing protestors soaked with water at pipeline demonstration in N. Dakota.
Pope extends rights to priests to forgive abortions.
China really doesn’t like democracy.
R.I.P. Janet Reno, first woman United States Attorney General.
Australia turns down national vote on same-sex marriage.
Gingrich, Giuliani eyed for top spots in mythical Trump administration.
19th earthquake in a week rattles Oklahoma.
Hurricane Matthew death toll reaches 20.
Wells Fargo CEO steps down in wake of banking scam.
Major Trump donors asking for their money back.
Putin ally threatens nuclear war unless Trump wins.
Feds plan to fight Zika virus with drones.
Hillary Clinton campaigned in Miami with Al Gore.
Kinky: Donald Trump says the “shackles are off.”
Federal prosecutors will file contempt-of-court charges against Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
Native Americans dug in for the long haul to protest the pipeline in North Dakota.
The death toll from flooding in North Carolina reached 22.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 smartphone has flamed out.
Haiti is facing a surge in cholera after Hurricane Matthew laid waste.
North Carolina is undergoing record flooding after Hurricane Matthew.
Ratings for the second debate fell from 84 million to 66 million.
Federal judge orders Florida to extend voter registration one more day.
Samsung halts sales of Galaxy 7 replacement phones.
U.S. death toll from Hurricane Matthew is 19.
33 injured in New York commuter train crash.
Suspect surrenders in shooting of two California police officers.
Russia complains about U.S. “aggressive actions.”
Pope names new cardinals including 3 in U.S.
Haiti struggles after Hurricane Matthew hits and heads north.
South Florida braces for Hurricane Matthew.
R.N.C. boasted that Mike Pence won the debate before it started.
Shut up: Bill Clinton complains about Obamacare; says Hillary can fix it.
The Nobel Prize for physics went to three British-born scientists.
Tension with Russia rises after Syrian talks called off.
Haiti braces for Hurricane Matthew.
Washington Post reporter sues Iran over detainment.
Federal judge dismisses lawsuit against Ferguson police.
Quake swarm renews fears of “Big One” in California.
Miami Marlins ace pitcher Jose Fernandez was killed in a boating accident.
Charlotte shooting videos released.
Floodwaters could swamp parts of northeast Iowa this week.
UN takes no action in Syria amid arguments over Aleppo.
Debate prep continues.
R.I.P. Arnold Palmer, 87, legendary golfer.
The Tigers split with KC this weekend; the wild card spot is fading away.
Tropical Update: Invest 97L develops.
Russians hacked two state election systems.
Speaking of elections, it’s Primary Day in Florida.
After the Louisiana floods, mold is the problem.
Drug maker Mylan offers generic version of EpiPen to quell protest.
Tropical Update: TD Nine is in the Gulf of Mexico.
The Tigers beat the White Sox 4-3.
Volunteers help out in Italy’s quake zone.
Loud noises cause panic at L.A. airport, but no shooting.
Donald Trump will try to clarify his stand on immigration in a speech.
Fire chief among two killed after bus hits crash scene.
Tropical Update: What was Invest 99L is now TD Nine and churning in the Gulf of Mexico. Also, folks in North Carolina need to keep an eye on TD Eight.
The Tigers had a tough weekend with L.A.
Rescuers dig through rubble in Italy.
Deal reached to end long siege of Damascus suburb.
Feds urge Supreme Court to leave North Carolina voter ruling intact.
Orlando hospitals will not charge massacre victims.
Tropical Update: Invest 99L is heading for South Florida.
The Tigers swept the Twins 8-5.
Colombia and rebels reach peace after 52 years of fighting.
Earthquake leaves over 100 dead in Italy.
Gunmen attack American University in Afghanistan.
Trump fumbles his message to minorities.
Germany debates troops in the streets for the first time since World War II.
Old news: CIA releases Nixon and Ford intelligence briefings.
Tropical Update: Invest 99L could be something bigger this weekend.
The Tigers beat the Twins 9-4.
Via the New York Times:
Strong earthquakes struck central Italy early Wednesday, killing several people, trapping many others under debris and setting off tremors that awakened sleeping residents in Rome nearly 100 miles to the southwest.
The first, a 6.2-magnitude earthquake, struck at 3:36 a.m. near the town of Accumoli, in the province of Rieti.
The mayor of Accumoli, Stefano Petrucci, reported that six people had been killed there. And at least two people were reported to have been killed in Pescara del Tronto in the province of Ascoli Piceno, according to the authorities.
Severe damage was reported in Amatrice, where Mayor Sergio Pirozzi said, “Half the town no longer exists.”
Mr. Pirozzi said that the number of victims was uncertain and that rescue teams were digging through the rubble of crumbled buildings, “hoping that most people were alive,” but he said that the historic center had been destroyed.
My sister has a stepdaughter and family in Florence, which is outside of the zone. I’ll post when I hear from them.