In our news wrap Friday, the Senate returned from break still divided on procedures for an impeachment trial of President Trump. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell again refused to commit to calling additional witnesses, while Minority Leader Chuck Schumer insisted…
By Laura Santhanam, Maea Lenei Buhre
The flames have set off one of Australia’s largest evacuations in history, forcing thousands of people to flee some of the country’s most densely populated regions, in what many scientists have called a foreboding sign of climate change.
By Dan Rivers, ITN
Vast swaths of Australia are still burning, with thousands of people under evacuation orders -- and forecasts of worse to come. A record summer fire season has charred 12 million acres, destroyed 1,400 homes and killed 17 people. The states…
By Tristan Lavalette, Associated Press
Cooler weather since Tuesday has aided firefighting and allowed people to replenish supplies.
In our news wrap Wednesday, New Year’s Day brought only slight relief to parts of Australia ravaged by some of the country’s worst-ever wildfires. The death toll rose to 17. Also, the Taliban staged a series of attacks on Afghan…
In our news wrap Tuesday, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un announced he is ending a moratorium on nuclear and long-range missile testing. He also said his military will soon unveil a new strategic weapon, and that his country will…
The new year of 2020 is being rung in around the globe, and each nation has their own special reason to celebrate.
Wildfires burning across Australia's two most-populous states have trapped residents of a seaside town in apocalyptic conditions, destroyed many properties and caused at least two fatalities.
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