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Is the San Andreas ready to wake up?

Good morning. It is Saturday, Oct. 1. Here’s what you don’t want to miss this weekend: TOP STORIES An ominous warning: An unusual swarm of small earthquakes — more than 200 in all — under the Salton Sea has heightened the risk of a major quake on the San Andreas fault for the next few days, scientists...
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