More than 4 million acres have burned in California during this year's wildfire season. Nearly 17,000 firefighters are still working to contain at least 23 major fires in the state.
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Cam Newton of the New England Patriots looks on before a game against the Las Vegas Raiders at Gillette Stadium last Sunday. A game between the Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs was postponed after players from both teams tested positive for the coronavirus.
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Depending on where you live, restaurants may be open for in-person dining outside or inside. Are you comfortable going out to eat, or are you still holding off? What questions do you have about what activities are safe?
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Congressional Democrats are calling the director of national intelligence's cancellation of additional in-person election security briefings "outrageous," after the change was announced on Friday.
At least 26 Mississippi legislators have tested positive for the coronavirus after working at the Capitol, often without observing social distancing or wearing face masks.
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Cinderella Castle rises above Bay Lake at the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World on Saturday. Disney reopened two of its Florida parks after nearly four months of being closed due to the pandemic.
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Across the world, bakers are selling treats to profit charities that support Black lives. Home baker Liz Rosado created these cookies as part of an announcement that she was participating in the event.
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Simone Biles has made clear that she will not stop asking for accountability surrounding the Larry Nassar sexual abuse scandal. Biles responded to a birthday wish from USA Gymnastics furthering her request for an independent investigation into the matter.
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The White House Office of Management and Budget issued new guidance Saturday telling federal workers that "only mission-critical travel is recommended at this time." Above, the rotunda at the U.S. Capitol stands empty after the visitor center suspended all public tours amid the coronavirus outbreak.
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