The confirmed death toll from Northern California wildfires this week climbed to 26 on Thursday, marking the state’s greatest loss of life from a single fire event in 84 years, state fire officials said.
Authorities have warned that the casualty count from more than 20 fires raging across eight counties could rise, with hundreds of people in Sonoma County alone still listed as missing. The current tally exceeds 25 fatalities from a firestorm that swept Oakland Hills in October 1991 but is still fewer than the 29 people killed by the catastrophic Griffith Park fire in Los Angeles in 1933.
(Reporting by Sharon Bernstein in Sacramento; Additional reporting and writing by Steve Gorman in Los Angeles; Editing by Cynthia Osterman)
Fox News judge explains why he would “certainly” vote to impeach President Trump
Fox News Judge Andrew Napolitano declared Wednesday that he would "certainly" vote to impeach President Donald Trump if he was a member of Congress.
During an appearance on "America's Newsroom," Napolitano asserted his belief that "the Democrats have credibly argued that [Trump] committed impeachable offenses" in the Ukraine scandal.
"The easiest one — because this existed in Andrew Johnson, Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton — is obstruction of Congress," he said. "So — by directing his subordinates to refuse to comply with lawfully issued subpoenas, whether it's for testimony or for documents — that's an impeachable offense."
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LIVE COVERAGE: Shooter opens fire at Pensacola Naval base — injuries reported
A shooter opened fire Friday morning at a Naval base in the Florida panhandle.
The shooting was reported about 7:15 a.m. at Naval Air Station Pensacola, which employs more than 16,000 military personnel.
Baptist Hospital confirmed victims from the shooting were brought for treatment, although no additional information was available about the victims or their injuries.
The shooter was reported dead just before 9 a.m.