FEMA Coordinator Says He’s Not Sure When More Of Puerto Rico Will Have Power

The oversight board that supervises Puerto Rico’s indebted government met publicly today for the first-time in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. The board heard sobering statistics about the extent of the damage and discussed austerity measures to fix the island’s broken economy.

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How One Group Is Monitoring Cyber Trolls Potentially Tied To The Kremlin

NPR’s Ari Shapiro talks to Laura Rosenberger about a project of the Alliance for Securing Democracy — part of The German Marshall Fund in Washington. The group created a public dashboard to track websites, trolls and bots it suspects of being linked to the Kremlin.

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Several Dead In Manhattan After Driver Plows Down Bike Path

There are reports that at least six people are dead after a rented Home Depot van plowed down a bike path in New York City. Police say the driver of the van got out after hitting another vehicle and had what have been described as “imitation firearms.” The suspect was shot by NYPD and is now in custody.

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