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US lawmakers aim to hold China accountable for Uyghur abuses
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More than 100 missing -- most of them senior citizens -- in California's Camp Fire
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Paradise resident used hose to help save home
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A couple 'adopted' a 93-year-old veteran after his town burned
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PG&E could be in big financial trouble if it's found liable for fire
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This mailbox is all a wildfire left of their childhood home
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WeWork's first school teaches yoga, farming
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Uber invests millions to build flying taxis in France
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Anti-Pelosi Democrats issue warning: She won't have the votes
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Trump eyes replacements for Kelly, Nielsen and others
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This company is solving one of the biggest problems facing the homeless
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Liam Hemsworth shares striking photo of his home in ruins after Malibu fires
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Melania Trump's hidden hand just became not so hidden
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Before and after photos show how wildfire reduced Paradise, California, to ashes
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