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LA hit by natural disaster: 3.6 magnitude quake shakes Westwood

LA hit by natural disaster: 3.6 magnitude quake shakes Westwood

Hundreds of Southern Californians reported weak to light shaking from inland areas to the coast, according to the USGS . The last notable natural disaster in the general Westwood region was a 4.4 magnitude temblor that struck in 2014. Intensity 4 shaking, or light shaking, can awaken residents, shake dishes, and cause walls, widows and doors to make a crackling sound. There have been no reports of injuries or damage to buildings, put people living as far away as Bloomington have said they ...


Eden Hazard Says Chelsea Can Play with their Eyes Closed

Eden Hazard Says Chelsea Can Play with their Eyes Closed

Speaking to the press at Chelsea's Cobham training complex on Tuesday, Conte said; '"I think for Eden now is the right moment to start the game, and to try and play the whole game". He's a bit thin, but he's working a lot to improve his strength and to be prepared to make a big impact in this league. "This is one of the four competitions", he added.


BROKEN FOOT: Bayern keeper Neuer ruled out for rest of the year

BROKEN FOOT: Bayern keeper Neuer ruled out for rest of the year

Now, it has been confirmed that the Bundesliga giants will be without their first-choice stopper until 2018 after he underwent surgery. Bayern chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge told the club's official website: 'Manuel Neuer has sustained another injury and we're incredibly sorry for him.


Hurricane Maria poses a catastrophic threat to the Caribbean

Hurricane Maria poses a catastrophic threat to the Caribbean

If Maria retains its strength, it would be the most powerful hurricane to hit Puerto Rico in 85 years, since a Category 4 storm swept the US island territory in 1932, Hurricane Center spokesman Dennis Feltgen said. The Caribbean island of Dominica has been "devastated" by Hurricane Maria , the country's Prime Minister tells CNN . Maria is being steered by a high-pressure ridge to the west-northwest.


Another loss in Atlanta shows why Packers need Lambeau Field in playoffs

Another loss in Atlanta shows why Packers need Lambeau Field in playoffs

The game was still far from decided late in the first half, with the Packers trailing by 10 but looking to score before the intermission. Safety Morgan Burnett and other members of the Packers secondary had almost finished answering questions in the team locker room on their solid performance in a season-opening victory over Seattle Sunday, when the discussion went south.