• The 10 most important things in the world right now

    27 days ago - By Business Insider

    Here's what's happening on Wednesday.
    1. The death toll from California's fires has risen to 50, with thousands of homes destroyed in Malibu and Northern California. The Camp Fire in northern California destroyed an entire town in less than a day and has killed at least 48 people, making it the deadliest fire in the state's history. The two other fatalities occurred in the Woolsey Fire in the Los Angeles area.
    2. Amazon officially announced its HQ2 will be split between New York and Virginia. The company has chosen the Long Island City neighborhood of Queens, New York, and the newly formed...
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  • California's Camp Fire has melted cars and reduced bodies to bone - these images show the horror of the state's deadliest fire ever

    California's Camp Fire has melted cars and reduced bodies to bone - these images show the horror of the state's deadliest fire ever

    27 days ago - By Chron

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    California is in flames to the north and south as the deadly Camp and Woolsey fires rage on.
    Both wildfires lit up on Thursday, and have been stoked by dry, windy conditions. The Woolsey Fire has destroyed parts of Malibu and other areas on the outskirts of Los Angeles, while the Camp Fire ravaged the town of Paradise, California, which is north of Sacramento. That fire has killed at least 48 people - more people than any fire in state history.
    Investigators think some sparking power lines could have been the cause of the blaze.
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