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Teams 'look for skulls' in ashes of California's deadliest wildfire

Teams 'look for skulls' in ashes of California's deadliest wildfire The intensified effort to locate victims came on the sixth day of a blaze that incinerated over 7,000 homes and other buildings, including most of the town of Paradise in the Sierra foothills of rural Butte County about 175 miles (280 km) north of San Francisco. County Sheriff Kory Honea said 228 people were listed as missing, and his office also was conducting "well-being checks" on nearly 1,300 individuals whose loved ones had reported concern for their whereabouts. By Tuesday, the killer blaze dubbed the Camp Fire had blackened 125,000 acres (50,500 hectares) of drought-parched scrub and brush, up 8,000 acres from the night before, but crews had carved containment lines around nearly a third of the fire's expanding perimeter.


New York Taxpayers Are Buying A Helipad For The Richest Man In The World

New York Taxpayers Are Buying A Helipad For The Richest Man In The World New Yorkers, take note: While you commute in dilapidated and decaying subways,


Deadly wildfires continue to burn in California

Deadly wildfires continue to burn in California Deadly wildfires are continuing to burn in Northern and Southern California. The Camp Fire in Northern California is now the deadliest fire in the state's history, having killed at least 42 people. The Woolsey Fire and Hill Fire continue to burn in Southern California. All three fires began on Thursday.


Skip the Sauce and Put One of These Cranberry Relishes on Your Thanksgiving Table

10-year-old stops potential kidnapper by asking for family's secret 'code word'

10-year-old stops potential kidnapper by asking for family's secret 'code word' A 10-year-old Arizona girl says she was able to ward off a potential kidnapper


EU Risks Dangerous Blowback by Undermining Iran Sanctions

EU Risks Dangerous Blowback by Undermining Iran Sanctions The European Union’s campaign to shield Iran from U.S. sanctions is doomed to fail.


Mattis to travel to Mexico border on Wednesday

Mattis to travel to Mexico border on Wednesday U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said he would travel to the border with Mexico on Wednesday following the deployment of thousands of troops to bolster President Donald Trump's efforts to crack down on illegal immigration. "I'll visit the border tomorrow," Mattis said before the start of a meeting with his Qatari counterpart. It will be Mattis' first visit to the border since the military announced that over 7,000 U.S. troops would go to or near the border with Mexico as a caravan of Central American migrants slowly heads to the United States.


No, This Is NOT the 2020 Ford Bronco (It's the "Baby Bronco" Crossover)

No, This Is NOT the 2020 Ford Bronco (It's the "Baby Bronco" Crossover) A leaked image from a Ford dealer presentation shows the smaller SUV.


Former SS guard testifies he was aware of camp conditions

Former SS guard testifies he was aware of camp conditions BERLIN (AP) — A 94-year-old former SS concentration guard on trial on hundreds of counts of accessory to murder painted himself Tuesday as an unwilling participant in the Nazi machinery of death.


Despite restrictions, digital spending hits record in US midterms

Despite restrictions, digital spending hits record in US midterms Even as online platforms tightened rules for political ads, digital spending set new records in the 2018 US midterm elections and appears poised for further growth in 2020. Digital media campaign spending rose 2,400 percent from the 2014 midterms to $1.8 billion, roughly 20 percent of the total $8.9 billion in ad spending, according to preliminary estimates from the research firm Borrell Associates. Online spending, much of it on social networks like Facebook, has been a significant factor in campaigns for a decade, but tighter rules imposed by digital giants in the wake of the 2016 election could have curbed some of that growth.


Best Bites: Red wine short ribs

Best Bites: Red wine short ribs Welcome to Best Bites, a twice-weekly video series that aims to satisfy your


Twitter Explodes After Donald Trump Hits Emmanuel Macron With Learning German Taunt

Twitter Explodes After Donald Trump Hits Emmanuel Macron With Learning German Taunt President Donald Trump left Twitter users indignant early Tuesday with a tweet


Amazon to pick NYC, Northern Virginia for split 'HQ2': source

Amazon to pick NYC, Northern Virginia for split 'HQ2': source Amazon.com Inc will on Tuesday announce it has selected New York and Northern Virginia for its second headquarters, a source told Reuters, ending a more than year-long contest that has seen frenzied bidding from locales across North America. Amazon's plan to split its second headquarters, dubbed "HQ2", evenly between two cities will boost its presence around New York and the nation's capital as it seeks to gain a recruiting edge over Silicon Valley tech firms. The source, who is familiar with the matter, told Reuters that Amazon will also announce a significant investment in one other city, in addition to revealing the two HQ2 locations.


Justin Trudeau Says Canada Has Heard Recording Of Jamal Khashoggi’s Murder

Justin Trudeau Says Canada Has Heard Recording Of Jamal Khashoggi’s Murder Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Monday that members of his


Indonesia says situation facing crew of doomed Lion Air jet not in flight manual

Indonesia says situation facing crew of doomed Lion Air jet not in flight manual The comments shed further light on the areas under scrutiny as investigators prepare to publish their preliminary report on Nov. 28 or 29, one month after the Lion Air Boeing 737 MAX dived into the Java Sea, killing all 189 on board. Now the investigation's focus appears to be expanding to the clarity of U.S.-approved procedures to help pilots prevent the 737 MAX over-reacting to such a data loss, and methods for training them. Dennis Tajer, a 737 captain and spokesman for Allied Pilots Association (APA), which represents American Airlines Group Inc pilots, said his union was informed after the crash about a new system Boeing had installed on 737 MAX jets that could command the plane's nose down in certain situations to prevent a stall.


Trump Reportedly Plans To Fire DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen In Coming Weeks

Trump Reportedly Plans To Fire DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen In Coming Weeks President Donald Trump plans to fire Department of Homeland Security Secretary


Rashida Tlaib, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Post 'Squad' Pics Of Diverse New Members Of Congress

Rashida Tlaib, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Post 'Squad' Pics Of Diverse New Members Of Congress New progressive members of Congress posted photos on social media on Monday


Israel faces intense rocket fire from Gaza as Hamas retaliates for botched commando raid

Israel faces intense rocket fire from Gaza as Hamas retaliates for botched commando raid Israel was facing the most intense rocket barrage from Gaza since the 2014 war on Monday as Palestinian militants opened fire in response to a botched Israeli commando raid inside the strip.    Hamas and its allies fired more than 300 rockets and mortars on Monday evening, according to the Israeli military, filling the skies with explosions and sending thousands of Israeli civilians fleeing to bomb shelters.  One Israeli soldier was seriously wounded after a bus was hit with an anti-tank missile. Several other light injuries were reported and several rockets struck homes in Israeli towns near the Gaza border.  Around midnight, a rocket struck another building in Ashkelon, wounding at least 10 people, including one woman in critical condition, according to police and rescue workers. Israeli warplanes carried out waves of airstrikes throughout Gaza in response to the rocket fire. Three Palestinian fighters were killed by Israeli bombs, according to Palestinian media. Israel also blew up Hamas' TV station in Gaza, calling it "a strategic terror target". The fighting brought an end to weeks of relative quiet and strained hopes that Hamas and Israel were heading towards a ceasefire deal. “We see these attacks as unacceptable attacks against Israel civilians. Hamas in its action is bringing destruction onto the Gaza Strip,” said Lt Col Jonathan Conricus, an Israeli military spokesman. Mourners carry the body of Hamas militant commander Nour el-Deen Barakas, who was killed during the Israeli raid Credit: Adel Hana/ AP Hamas and Islamic Jihad, a smaller Palestinian faction, said the rockets were in response to an Israeli special forces incursion into Gaza on Sunday night, which left seven Palestinian fighters and an Israeli commando dead “The Occupation and its supporters [must] understand that unless Palestinians live in peace, they won’t live in peace. Playing with the lives of Palestinians can’t be without a price,” Islamic Jihad said. An Israeli team infiltrated Gaza in a civilian vehicle on Sunday and were pretending to be Palestinians but were stopped at a checkpoint near the southern city of Khan Younes, according to Hamas.  Shooting broke out and the Israeli commandos retreated to the Israel-Gaza border. They evacuated while Israeli aircraft launched strikes to cover their withdrawal.  An Israeli officer, named only as Lt Col M, and a Hamas commander, 37-year-old Nour Baraka, were killed in the fighting. Six other Palestinian fighters were also killed. A number of rockets were launched from Gaza toward Israel following the shootout in the strip Credit: SAID KHATIB/ AFP The rapid firing of rockets appeared to be an effort to overwhelm Israel’s Iron Dome missile system, which has been successful in intercepting rockets from Gaza. Israel said the Iron Dome intercepted 60 rockets, while many of the others fell in open areas.  “This is the most intense barrage since 2014 in terms of number of rockets fired in a short time,” said Michael Horowitz, deputy head of intelligence at the Le Beck analysis firm.  The United Nations said it was working with Egypt to broker a halt in the violence. "Rockets must STOP, restraint must be shown by all!" the UN Mideast envoy's office tweeted. Israel announced it was sending reinforcement to the Gaza border in case of further escalation. The government ordered that school be cancelled in Israeli towns near the border on both Monday and Tuesday.    Schools in Gaza were also closed on Tuesday in anticipation of further escalation. Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, cut short a trip to France after the commando raid went wrong. He convened Israel’s security cabinet for an emergency meeting as the rocket barrage continued.  The spasm of serious violence was surprising because Israel and Hamas appeared to be nearing an agreement, in which Israel would ease its decade-long blockade of Gaza in return for Hamas keeping the situation quiet. Incredible footage of the Iron Dome missile defence system in action in southern Israeli pic.twitter.com/wvJuDRhxLg (via @AmichaiStein1)— Raf Sanchez (@rafsanchez) November 12, 2018 In recent weeks, Gaza’s dire electricity shortages have eased after Israel allowed Qatar to begin paying for power plant fuel. Israel also allowed Qatar to deliver a suitcase with $15 million in cash to help pay salaries to civil servants inside Gaza.    Just hours before the fighting broke out, Mr Netanyahu defended the Qatari deal and said it had been endorsed by the Israeli cabinet as a way of easing Gaza’s humanitarian crisis and lowering the chances of conflict.   “I am doing everything I can to avoid an unnecessary war,” he said. The Israeli military did not give details of the commando operation but denied that the team had been sent to kill or capture the Hamas commander, as the militant group originally claimed.  "The special operation yesterday was not intended to kill or abduct terrorists, but to strengthen Israeli security. The force waged a heroic and very complex battle and was able to exfiltrate in its entirety,” a military spokesman said.  The dead Israeli commando was reported to be a member of Israel’s Arabic-speaking Druze minority. Druze soldiers often serve in elite undercover units because their native Arabic allows them to pass as Palestinians.  “The citizens of Israel owe him a huge debt,” Mr Netanyahu said. The commando’s funeral was held in secret on Monday.  At the same time, Hamas held a large public funeral for the seven Palestinian fighters killed in the commando raid. Ismail Haniyeh, the leader of Hamas, attended the ceremony in Gaza City.  Hamas rarely inflicts casualties on Israeli forces and by Monday morning the group was hailing the gun battle as a victory for its side, even though it lost more men. “Qassam fighters stopped the Israeli aggression east of Khan Younes in a legendary and heroic way,” the group said.  


Democrat Kyrsten Sinema Becomes Arizona’s First Female Senator

Democrat Kyrsten Sinema Becomes Arizona’s First Female Senator After a delay in ballot counting following last week's midterm election,


Wall Street titan Goldman Sachs 'cheated' Malaysia: PM

Wall Street titan Goldman Sachs 'cheated' Malaysia: PM Goldman Sachs "cheated" Malaysia, its leader Mahathir Mohamad said, after two former bankers from the Wall Street titan were charged over a scandal that allegedly saw billions looted from state coffers. The US Justice Department unveiled criminal charges this month against ex-Goldman bankers Tim Leissner and Ng Chong Hwa, accusing them of working with a Malaysian financier to launder huge sums allegedly stolen from sovereign wealth fund 1MDB. In an interview with broadcaster CNBC, Prime Minister Mahathir said that "obviously we've been cheated", when asked about Goldman's dealings in Malaysia.


Second migrant caravan arrives to Mexico City

Second migrant caravan arrives to Mexico City By Luis Carlos Rodríguez Mexico, Nov. 12 (Notimex).- The second caravan of Central American migrants arrived at Mexico City this afternoon and went to Deportiva Magdalena Mixhuca, where everything is ready to receive them in a hostel operated by capital authorities and non-governmental organizations . Around one thousand 200 migrants, mostly Salvadorans, make up this contingent, where young people, women and minors stand out, who arrived tired after a trip of two to four hours from the city of Puebla. Visibly tired, some with a cold due to the cold temperatures in the area of ​​Rio Frio, but with the intention of reaching Mexico City, the Central Americans were received with hot food and medical services provided by various authorities such as the Iztacalco mayor's office. Denise, a 28-year-old Salvadoran who travels with her two children aged seven and four, said that while the trip was made by bus from Puebla, the children are already very tired from the journey they started almost three weeks ago from San Savior. "The children are not sick, but they are very exhausted from the days when they walk or sleep on the floor. We hope that here in the capital we can rest a bit to continue towards the United States, " she said in an interview. Jair, a 19-year-old Guatemalan, commented that if he found any work option in Mexico City, he could stay and live here. "My destiny was the United States, but as things are now on the border, if there is work here, I stay a few months and then continue to the border," he added. In the Magdalena Mixhuca, in a large white tent, hundreds of Central American migrants began to enter to rest from this trip from the capital of Puebla. Immediately, staff from various agencies such as the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and non-governmental organizations, began with advice to explain their immigration status and legal options to remain in the country. NTX/LCR/CHA/MIGRA16/BBF


The Latest: Wisconsinites rally for love after Nazi photo

The Latest: Wisconsinites rally for love after Nazi photo BARABOO, Wis. (AP) — The Latest on a photo of Wisconsin high school students giving what appears to be a Nazi salute (all times local):


Man and dog survive California wildfire by hiding in creek

Man and dog survive California wildfire by hiding in creek A quick-thinking man says he survived the raging wildfire tearing through


How Horoscopes Are Determined, And Other Astrology Questions

How Horoscopes Are Determined, And Other Astrology Questions Aliza Kelly's relationship with astrology runs deep ― all the way back to her


Stacey Abrams Is The Fighter Democrats Need

Stacey Abrams Is The Fighter Democrats Need When I went to bed on the night of the 2018 midterm elections, I was


eBay is releasing its Black Friday deals early

eBay is releasing its Black Friday deals early In a move to give competitors a run for their money, eBay has launched the


Yahoo News Explains: How a Democratic House can cause trouble for Trump

Yahoo News Explains: How a Democratic House can cause trouble for Trump President Trump warned Democrats that it would be a “warlike posture” if they used their newfound House power to investigate him. But what can Democrats actually do?


Town of Paradise burned to the ground as a result of Camp Fire in Northern California

Town of Paradise burned to the ground as a result of Camp Fire in Northern California ABC News' Will Carr shares stories from survivors of deadly California fires.


Oil prices advance as Saudi to cut output

Oil prices advance as Saudi to cut output Oil prices advanced Monday after crude kingpin Saudi Arabia unveiled plans to cut output in the face of global oversupplies, and pressed other producers to follow suit.


Wisconsin High School Students Appear To Give Nazi Salute In Junior Prom Photo

Wisconsin High School Students Appear To Give Nazi Salute In Junior Prom Photo A photo of Wisconsin high school students appearing to give a Nazi salute went


Tens of Cat Mummies and 100 Cat Statues Found Near Ancient Egyptian Pyramid

Tens of Cat Mummies and 100 Cat Statues Found Near Ancient Egyptian Pyramid Ancient Egyptians seem to have been "cat people," or at least cat mummy people. Researchers have dug up several mummified cats alongside about 100 wooden cat statues in a tomb complex near a pyramid built for the pharaoh Userkaf, who reigned from 2291 B.C. to 2289 B.C., the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities announced Nov. 10. The burials are located near the site of Saqqara in Egypt.


Israeli air strikes target Gaza Strip after rocket fire

Israeli air strikes target Gaza Strip after rocket fire Israel's military said it was carrying out air strikes "throughout the Gaza Strip" on Monday after a barrage of rocket fire from the Palestinian enclave towards its territory. Israel reported some 80 "launches" from the Gaza Strip towards its territory -- reportedly rockets and mortars -- with a number intercepted by missile defences. It also said an Israeli bus was hit by fire from the Gaza Strip.


Fox News Airs Ad For Trumpy Bear And People On Twitter Aren't Sure It's Real

Fox News Airs Ad For Trumpy Bear And People On Twitter Aren't Sure It's Real Viewers of Fox News were given the gift of learning about Trumpy Bear on


Trump makes baseless 'infected' ballot claims amid Florida recount

Trump makes baseless 'infected' ballot claims amid Florida recount President Trump on Monday suggested that the ongoing recounts in Florida should be halted and the races called for Republican candidates while floating baseless claims of voter fraud.


Separatist areas elect leaders as Ukraine and Moscow trade barbs

Separatist areas elect leaders as Ukraine and Moscow trade barbs Two separatist-controlled regions of eastern Ukraine announced the winners of leadership elections on Monday that were dismissed by Kiev and its international allies as a sham exercise engineered by Russia to install puppet regimes. The polls took place on Sunday in the shadow of a conflict between Ukraine and Russian-backed rebels that has killed more than 10,000 people since 2014 and poisoned relations between the two neighbours. The Donetsk region's acting head Denis Pushilin, whose predecessor was killed in an explosion in August, was confirmed as leader with 61 percent of the vote while the acting chief of Luhansk region, Leonid Pasechnik, also won with 68 percent.


15 Useful Gifts For College Students They'll Use At School And Beyond

15 Useful Gifts For College Students They'll Use At School And Beyond Between cramming for exams, tailgating at football games, studying late into


Imelda Cortez: Raped woman faces 20 years in jail for trying to abort her attacker's baby

Imelda Cortez: Raped woman faces 20 years in jail for trying to abort her attacker's baby A young woman in El Salvador who fell pregnant after being repeatedly raped from the age of 11 by her stepfather could face up to two decades in jail for allegedly attempting to abort his child. Imelda Cortez became pregnant at the age of 18 and denies trying to abort the baby, which is a crime under any circumstances in El Salvador. Ms Cortez's daughter is now nearly two-years-old.


Best Bites: Traditional Thanksgiving pumpkin pie cupcakes

Best Bites: Traditional Thanksgiving pumpkin pie cupcakes Welcome to Best Bites, a twice-weekly video series that aims to satisfy your


Bar gunman was 'out of control' in high school, coach says

Bar gunman was 'out of control' in high school, coach says MONTCLAIR, Calif. (AP) — A second high school coach of the gunman who killed 12 people at a Southern California bar recalled him on Sunday as volatile and intimidating, and said that repeated complaints to school administrators about his behavior failed to prompt any discipline.


How You Can Help Victims Of California Wildfires

How You Can Help Victims Of California Wildfires The three wildfires raging on both ends of California have exacted a