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Thursday Headlines: Fuerza y ánimo, mi gente.

Hurricane Maria knocked out power on all of Puerto Rico, and it could take up to six months to restore service. Here’s how you can help the island's relief efforts.

Photos from Maria's path of destruction across the Caribbean.

Ways to help Mexico's earthquake recovery, including donating to Topos, specialists who locate survivors trapped beneath rubble.

The latest GOP health bill weakens coverage protection for those with preexisting conditions, but how much you might be affected depends on where you live.

"I'm not going to confirm that statement one way or another." A roundtable of Republican senators discussing the health bill won't give you much confidence in your leaders.

Rather than denying public records requests, US state and city governments are suing those who ask for records.

Somewhat fake news? The Republican Governors Association funds a news website that paraphrases its press releases.

Farmworkers "leave their kidneys in the fields" due to little protection against workplace heat sickness.

"Just one of those situations that landed wrong," says athletic director after football player dies from tackle.

“I’ve been called man because I appeared outwardly strong. It has been said that that I use drugs... It has been said I don’t belong in Women’s sports—that I belong in Men’s—because I look stronger than many other women do.” Serena Williams, a new mom, praises her mother in an open letter for being a role model on body image.

For India's Wikipedia, only 3% of its editors are women; the figure is 9% worldwide.

Andrew “Bob” Harris becomes the first person with Down syndrome to climb Wyoming's 13,776-foot high Grand Teton.

“What I found, in writing my stories, is that it was always best if something goes wrong. I was never Superman. As my expeditionary friends will tell you, I’m sort of a doofus.” The great adventure writer Tim Cahill is back, only this time he actually dies—and returns to write again.

When men pay women to rate their penises online, they tend to want "pure, unadulterated frankness," not adulation.

Beyoncé fans recently got a surprise when vinyl copies of Lemonade were shipped with one side featuring songs by the Canadian punk band Zex, thanks to a factory error.

Video on the history of inflatable “tube dudes,” which includes a birth story beginning at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, ending with a not-so-cute patent/custody battle.