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Donald and Melania visit Marines who recently helped in DC fire

Donald and Melania visit Marines who recently helped in DC fire H-E-B near me, The president and first lady held a meet and greet with Marines stationed in Washington after coming under severe criticism for skipping a ceremony at a WWI cemetery dedicated to American soldiers on Saturday. Original Article: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6394671/Donald-Melania-visit-Marines-criticism-skipping-WWI-ceremony-raining.html Original Video: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/video/news/video-1804920/Video-Donald-Melania-visit-Marines-recently-helped-DC-fire.html Daily […]

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California’s deadliest ever wildfires death toll rises to 56

California’s deadliest ever wildfires death toll rises to 56 Additional 8 human remains recovered. That brings the total up to 56. All 8 of those human remains were found in the paradise area. Six were found inside structures to were found outside of structures of the 56 human remains tentatively identified, but we are waiting […]

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New concerns camp fire death toll will keep climbing

New concerns camp fire death toll will keep climbing New concerns are growing that the death toll to climb even higher from the devastating wildfires in California officials fear they could be more than 100 people dead, ABCD, Eva Pilgrim it in Paradise with more good morning, Eva good morning, Michael this community completely destroyed […]

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Paradise wildfire devastation seen in shocking drone footage

Paradise wildfire devastation seen in shocking drone footage undefinedRyan Zinke surveyed the horrific damage caused by the Camp Fire with Gov Jerry Brown in Paradise on Wednesday, He called on America to ‘stand together’ and said there were a ‘lot of reasons’ for the blaze. Zinke talked of ‘rising temperatures’ as one such reason, while […]

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48 dead so far in worst wildfire in California history

48 dead so far in worst wildfire in California history And we begin with a wildfire alert and top federal officials on the ground in Northern California or 48. People are not confirmed dead in the states, deadliest and most destructive wildfire in history, as families wait to learn if their homes are still standing […]

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