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By Cat Wise
In Paradise, California, thousands of residents are trying to cope with disruption and displacement resulting from November's devastating Camp Fire. Children attend school in a repurposed hardware store, where counselors try to help them manage their trauma. Meanwhile, amidst millions…
In our Monday news wrap, federal court rulings blocked employers nationwide from refusing to provide no-cost birth control. Trump administration rules allowing employers to opt out of the coverage would have taken effect today. Also, the government of Turkey complained…
In our Thursday news wrap, the Trump administration wants to roll back Obama-era mandates that require coal-burning plants to install new technology or burn natural gas, which gives off less carbon. The proposal is the latest in a series of…
In our Tuesday news wrap, the Dow Jones plunged nearly 800 points amidst a market meltdown, as uncertainty emerged over President Trump’s possible trade deal with China. The Nasdaq and S&P 500 also dropped more than 3 percent. Meanwhile, a…
California’s deadliest wildfire, the Camp Fire, is now fully contained, but its death toll has climbed to 88, and more than 200 people are still missing. How are the people still searching for loved ones, and the thousands of residents…
In our news wrap Friday, Americans swarmed stores and scoured websites for the best Black Friday deals. The retail data firm ShopperTrak estimates today’s sales will hit $23 billion, up more than $2 billion from last year. Violence emerged amidst…
By Sudhin Thanawala, Terence Chea, Associated Press
Searchers combing a Northern California town leveled by a deadly wildfire stepped up their efforts Sunday ahead of rains forecast later this week in the fire zone where 76 bodies have been recovered so far.
Over a dozen active fires continue to wreak destruction across California, from the northern part of the state to Malibu and Oak Park outside Los Angeles. Nearly a quarter million people have been displaced and hundreds are missing. Amidst dry,…
By Don Thompson, Associated Press
The fire that leveled the hillside town of Paradise, population 27,000, and claimed at least 23 lives, roared in so fast that for the first 24 hours, there was no firefight at all — just rescues.
By Jonathan J. Cooper, Andrew Dalton, Associated Press
The death toll from another massive fire in northern California has reached 23, bringing the statewide total to 25.
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