Rev. Jesse Jackson Rev. Jesse Jackson What obligations do we owe one to another as Americans? What does patriotism and citizenship mean in practice? Hurricane Maria’s devastation of Puerto Rico has.. WorldNews
Search-and-rescue teams combed through gutted homes across California’s celebrated wine country on Monday.
They're looking for the charred bodies of those killed in the state’s deadliest.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
More than 300 people died in a truck bombing that rocked the country's capital on Saturday — and it's likely that staggering death toll will rise further. Amid the rubble, difficult questions remain. NPR
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennesseans have surrendered nearly 43 tons of pills and pill waste over the last year, a rise in volume even as the death toll from drug overdoses continues to climb. The.. Seattle Times
12:10 p.m. More evacuation orders lifted in Sonoma County: Residents of Bennett Valley Road, of the area east of Petaluma Hill Road, and of parts of Kenwood, of Boyes Hot Springs, Glen Ellen and parts.. SFGate
With firefighters continuing to fight 14 large wildfires in California, officials urged caution as fatigue hits workers. In Napa, a private contractor driving a water tanker died in a vehicle rollover,.. Wall Street Journal Also reported by •IndiaTimes •newKerala.com •Sify
SANTA ROSA, California: Firefighters began gaining ground on wildfires that killed at least 41 people in the past week, the deadliest blazes in California's history, as winds eased and searchers combed.. WorldNews Also reported by •IndiaTimes •Reuters
More than 300 people are dead after the truck bombing in Somalia's capital and scores of others remain missing, authorities said Monday, as the fragile Horn of Africa nation reeled from one of the.. canoe.ca
The death toll from Saturday's truck bombing in Somalia's capital is now over 300, the director of an ambulance service said Monday, as the country reeled from the deadliest single attack it's ever.. France 24
More moderate weather has helped firefighters in Northern California make progress, as officials look into why the fires have proved so devastating.
Why a Santa Rosa Neighborhood.. L.A. Times