Wednesday morning news: November 14, 2018

Deadly California wildfires rage on » Officials now face a grim task in Northern California: finding and identifying those killed in the inferno in and around the town of Paradise.

Tuesday morning news: November 13, 2018

California wildfires continue to burn » The death toll from the so-called Camp fire in Northern California continues to rise. The wildfire has now claimed at least 42 lives in and around the town of Paradise in the Sierra Nevada foothills.

Monday morning news: November 12, 2018

Wildfire cause death and destruction in California » Fast spreading wildfires in California have killed at least 25 people. And that death toll is likely to rise.  

Friday morning news: November 9, 2018

Mass shooting » Investigators are trying to determine what drove a Marine combat veteran to gun down 12 people at a bar in California.

Thursday morning news: November 8, 2018

Attorney General Jeff Sessions resigns » Jeff Sessions is out as attorney general. He resigned Wednesday at the request of President Trump.

Wednesday morning news: November 7, 2018

GOP holds Senate while Democrats flip House, gain governorships » Republicans keep control of the Senate as Democrats flip the House.

Tuesday morning news: November 6, 2018

Election Day » It’s Election Day in America! Voters are heading to the polls in all 50 states to decide races at every level. Most notably, of course, control of Congress is up for grabs.

Monday morning news: November 5, 2018

Candidates and supporters make final appeal to voters » Candidates and their supporters are out in force today, making the final push ahead of tomorrow’s election.

Friday morning news: November 2, 2018

President, vice president and top Democrats rally voters ahead of Tuesday election » President Trump is on the campaign trail again today, a final push for Republican candidates ahead of Tuesday’s midterm elections.

Thursday morning news: November 1, 2018

Turkish prospector: Jamal Khashoggi strangled inside Saudi Consulate » A Turkish public prosecutor on Wednesday said Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was strangled to death inside the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul. He went on to say Khashoggi’s body was dismembered and that the whole thing was planned in advance.