Death Toll from Mexico Quake Rises to 90

The death toll from the massive earthquake that rocked southern Mexico has risen to at least 90, with most of the fatalities occurring in Oaxaca State. The powerful 8.2-magnitude quake struck off Mexico’s far southern Pacific coast just before midnight Thursday, about 100 kilometers from the town of Tonala. The earthquake triggered a 1-meter-high tsunami, according…

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After Irma comes recovery, and Florida is gearing up

Even as Hurricane Irma continued to slam Florida Sunday, Gov. Rick Scott was already looking ahead at the huge recovery effort that will be needed to feed and shelter victims, clean up debris, restore power and repair damaged homes and businesses. Scott Sunday asked for a major disaster declaration from President Donald Trump…

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Why social media apps should be in your disaster kit

If you aren’t already familiar with social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest, it’s about time you learn about them. Social media has become a unique communication tool during times of crisis, elections and to help disseminate breaking news or organize community groups.  Many of these apps are free in the iPhone store or on Google Play for Android, and others are also available online through their respective websites. 

With floodwaters at four feet and rising, a family in Houston, Texas abandoned their possessions and scrambled to their roof during Hurricane Harvey to sit with their pets and await rescue. Unable to reach first responders through 911 and with no one visible nearby, they used their cellphones to send out a call for help through a social media application called Nextdoor.

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 DEFCON Warning System Radiation Report – 9/8/17

China reports minor nuclear radiation detected since North Korea nuclear test September 2, 2017.
Reports have come from provinces on the China side, near the North Korean border, the North Korea test site, and South Korea.

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Watch “Live – Hurricane Irma Cat5 Florida (Live Coverage 24/7)” 

Hurricane Irma is a Category 5 storm, and with wind speeds of up to 185 miles per hour, it is one of the strongest recorded hurricanes in the Atlantic Ocean.

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Will Hurricane Irma Hit Havana? Cuba Has Disaster Preparedness Down

Hurricane Irma is a Category 5 storm, and with wind speeds of up to 185 miles per hour, it is one of the strongest recorded hurricanes in the Atlantic Ocean. Irma has already left at least 10 people dead after hitting Barbuda, St. Martin, the British Virgin Islands, Anguilla, and other island nations in the northeastern Caribbean.

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Mueller finds alarming signs, and sleazy people, in collusion probe

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into possible collusion between the Donald Trump presidential campaign and agents of the Russian government has been remarkably discreet, as it should be. But other sources have leaked three names — Michael D. Cohen, Felix Sater and Eric Schneiderman — that indicate that Mueller’s team is probing very deeply. If there’s a smoking gun to be found, Mueller is getting closer to it.

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@littlebytesnews Top 10 Articles 

Here are the past weeks top 10 articles from Little Bytes News. If you’d like to see your articles here become a contributor or syndication partner please contact admin@littlebytesnews.com.

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Why Twitter’s “New” Terms of Service Are Making People Mad

AllAfrica.com is reporting that Twitter has changed their terms of service, stating that: “Twitter has made some changes to its terms of service (ToS) for it users that take effect in October. The terms of service restate that once content is posted on online news and social networking service twitter, it can be reused by others. News organizations, other companies and individuals can already use content found on the site, as it is public and is already considered FAIR USE.”
However, these terms have been in place in the US all along, but they simply added a new address in Europe and announced the same ToS will apply outside the US beginning Oct 2, 2017.

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Petition asking White House to declare George Soros a terrorist garners enough signatures for reply

A petition asking the White House to declare liberal bankroller George Soros a domestic terrorist has garnered over 100,000 signatures, or more than enough to necessitate a response from the Trump administration. The petition was posted on the “We the People” section of the White House website Aug. 20 and needed to crack the 100,000-signature threshold…

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