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- California fires: 23 killed, hundreds missing as flames spread – CNN
- Firefighters are still battling many wildfires in California that have already at least 23 people, and left hundreds missing.
- Could Harvey Weinstein face criminal charges? – NBC News
- After reports of “non-consensual sex” with multiple women, Harvey Weinstein could face both criminal and civil charges, depending on if the statute of limitations has expired.
- Trump warns post-hurricane Puerto Rico, says FEMA won’t stay ‘forever’ – Fox News
- In a tweet this morning, President Trump announced that, although he isn’t pulling them out now, FEMA, the military and first responders can’t stay in Puerto Rico indefinitely.
- Firm behind the Trump dossier served subpoena – The Washington Times
- The House intelligence committee has subpoenaed the head of the firm that published the anti-Trump dossier.
- Boy Scouts allowing girls into Cub program, but will keep them separate – ABC News
- The Boy Scouts have announced they will now let girls into a girls-only cub program, and combine boys and girls at a later stage. The Girl Scouts have argued this is undermining their organization in an attempt to take funding from them.