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Seventeen large wildfires have burned more than 115,000 acres in California since Sunday and destroyed at least 2,000 buildings. High winds are predicted to return Wednesday night.

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Hacienda San Pedro had harvested just 2 percent of its beans before Hurricane Maria blasted through. The ripple effects will continue — it is expecting to run out of beans in December.

Following last week's mass shooting in Las Vegas, plans for an extravagant opening ceremony have changed and the new Golden Knights hope the game will provide some sort of healing for the city.

NPR's Kelly McEvers speaks with Santa Rosa County Assistant Fire Marshal Paul Lowenthal about the wildfires affecting Northern California.

Neema Bahrami was a manager on duty the night a gunman opened fire at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando. Since then, he's been trying to heal. He shares some of his process for Las Vegas survivors.

The U.N. warns the situation in Yemen will only get worse if the warring parties — one side backed by Saudi Arabia and the U.S., the other by Iran — don't get back to the negotiating table.

A revised timeline of the Las Vegas shooting is raising questions about if and when the Mandalay Bay hotel alerted police that a security guard had been shot before the assailant opened fire on the concert crowd. A sheriff's department official said they are still studying the sequence of events, and offers other details of the investigation in interviews with NPR/KNPR.

Hill's tweet seemed to encourage her followers to boycott the Dallas Cowboys and the team's advertisers, a couple of weeks after she called President Trump a white supremacist and bigot.

Even if Secretary of State Rex Tillerson stays in his job, President Trump still lacks a HHS secretary and a permanent DHS secretary. Many positions below the top cabinet posts remain open, too.




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