In our news wrap Friday, President Trump launched fresh criticism at the FBI, saying, "we're going to rebuild" the agency, before speaking to its training academy graduates and striking a different tone. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said he didn’t hold…
By PBS NewsHour
California's Public Utilities Commission toughened rules for utility companies to keep power lines clear of brush and tree branches that can easily spark into flames.
By Associated Press
Authorities on Friday announced the first death related to the most recent wildfires that are ripping through Southern California. More than 200,000 people have been evacuated and thousands of firefighters continue to battle at least six blazes fed by high…
By PBS NewsHour
From Puget Sound to Disneyland and east over the Rockies, Americans have coughed and wheezed, rushed to emergency rooms and shut themselves indoors this year as pollution from wildfires darkened skies and rained soot across the landscape.
By John Upton, Climate Central and Barbara Feder Ostrov, Kaiser Health News
Massive wildfires that burned across Southern California on Wednesday have destroyed hundreds of homes, closed schools and set off mass evacuations.
By Kelly Whalen, Farrin Abbott and Gabe Meline
"Well-meaning people say it's just stuff. But it was our stuff. Stuff we created. Stuff we treasured ... Stuff is a marker of time and memory. It's home."…
By Saher Khan
The 24-hour news cycle is filled with politics coverage, but not everything gets the attention it deserves. Here are five politics stories you may have missed in the past week.
By Jennifer Hijazi
Fierce winds that have fanned the flames of more than 14 wildfires raging through Northern California are beginning to die down this week. As of Monday, the fires had left 41 dead, 213,000 acres burned and 5,700 structures destroyed.
By Travis Daub
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