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Past articles by Jesse:

Hurricane Dorian turns Florida sky purple as it passes state en route to Canada

Dorian laid waste to certain islands in the Bahamas, but it also created a spectacular sunset in Florida. → Read More

Yahoo email, other services go down, company working ‘especially hard’ to fix this

Yahoo services such as email were disrupted on Wednesday night and into Thursday morning. → Read More

After labelling Greta Thunberg ‘mentally unstable,’ Maxime Bernier calls her ‘brave’

Maxime Bernier said he never meant to denigrate Greta Thunberg by calling her "mentally unstable." → Read More

California diving boat mayday caller cried, ‘I can’t breathe’ as vessel went up in flames

The Coast Guard is believed to have received this mayday call when the boat was totally engulfed in flames. → Read More

Hurricane Dorian winds hit max speeds of 220 km/h, could threaten Disney World

Hurricane Dorian could create a storm surge of up to 15 feet above normal levels. → Read More

Forget oxygen — the Amazon’s destruction could threaten rain, and food growing: experts

The Amazon wildfires may not be wiping out the "lungs of the planet," but they could be threatening important rainfall. → Read More

Fake California school notice advertises ‘no black people policy,’ FBI investigating

Sacramento district officials said the notice was never actually displayed on the high school's website. → Read More

Justin Trudeau on Amazon rainforest wildfires: ‘We need to act for our planet’

On the Amazon wildfires, Justin Trudeau and Emmanuel Macron "couldn't agree more." → Read More

Corporations must pay well, offer good benefits, say Apple, JPMorgan CEOs — and 179 more

For decades, corporations have focused on "shareholder primacy." It wasn't always this way. → Read More

Telus offers bill credits as email disruption hits 5th day

Clients of the telecommunications company have been coping with an email outage since Thursday morning. → Read More

El Paso funeral: 700 wait in the Texas heat to support man who invited everyone, reports say

The El Paso shooting claimed the life of Margie Reckard, wife of Antonio Basco, who had no other family. → Read More

Trump: ‘whether you love me or hate me, you’ve got to vote for me’

Donald Trump said people need to vote for him because of the stock market. Reports suggest that's not necessarily true. → Read More

Telus email is down for certain customers — it may be back in the morning

Telus said technicians are "working extremely hard to resolve the issue as quickly as possible." → Read More

The El Paso shooting took his wife, his only family. Anyone is welcome at her funeral

Antonio Basco has lost his "angel," and the public is invited to attend her funeral. → Read More

Coast Guard ships among 6 vessels fined for speeding after 8 right whale deaths

Vessels facing fines included two Coast Guard vessels and a luxury yacht. → Read More

Straight Pride organizer claims to rep ‘peaceful racist group’; U.S. city denies permit

Straight Pride Organizer: "we're a totally peaceful racist group." → Read More

For families linked to northern B.C. murders, there may be no closure: experts

The families of people linked to the murders in northern B.C. are now experiencing "ambiguous loss." → Read More

Venezuela, Uruguay warn against travel to U.S. cities following mass shootings

Uruguay and Venezuela have specifically warned citizens against travelling to cities such as Detroit and Baltimore. → Read More

Protesters take gun reform message to NRA headquarters after mass shootings kill 31

Protesters gathered on the very spot they did in early 2018, after the school shooting in Parkland, Fla. → Read More

Trump says Baltimore’s murder rate tops El Salvador. But 1 U.S. city has it worse

Donald Trump said Baltimore's murder rate was worse than the one in three Central American countries. But there's so much more to the story. → Read More