Montana Wildfire Fight Draws Help From Other States As Much Of The West Burns
A peak is shrouded in smoke from regional wildfires on July 14, at Grand Teton National Park, south of Yellowstone.
Philippines floods: thousands flee Manila after days of torrential rain
Thousands of residents have fled flooded communities and swollen rivers in the Philippine capital, Manila, and outlying provinces after days of torrential monsoon rains that left at least one villager dead.
California wildfires force more evacuations as crews rush to make progress before weather shift
Crews were continuing to battle two massive wildfires in Northern California on Saturday, with more residents ordered to flee their homes.
Saturday Links: San Francisco-Marin Food Bank Gave Out Twice as Much Food in 2020 as Prior Year
The pandemic worsened hunger in the Bay Area with the SF-Marin food bank dealing out 80 million pounds of food in 2020.
Large protests against health passes hit France for a second weekend, with echoes of the Yellow Vest turmoil.
Over 160,000 demonstrators took to the streets in France on Saturday to protest the government's Covid-19 health pass policy, with brief clashes between protesters and police officers in Paris followed by wafts of tear gas that were reminiscent of the Yellow Vest turmoil of several years ago.
Is That Stroller in the Hallway Really a Safety Hazard?
A: You are not allowed to store a stroller in the hallway. The city fire code prohibits it and, in all likelihood, so does your lease.
Anatomy of a monster: How the Dixie fire became California's biggest of the year
When the first sparks ignited in the dense forest of Plumas County, the conditions were primed for a monster.
It was incredibly dry, incredibly hot and winds were on the way.
Good Afternoon, News: Crews Make Progress on Bootleg Fire, COVID Cases on the Rise, and Old is Actually Good!
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Search for bodies in Florida condo collapse ends, with death toll at 97
Firefighters have declared the end of their search for bodies at the site of a collapsed Florida condo building, concluding a month of painstaking work removing layers of dangerous debris that were once piled several stories high.
Good Morning, News: New Report Issued on Violent Cops, Advice for Unvaxxed Counties, and Cleveland Team Changes Racist Name
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