August 2017 Archive

Yosemite’s south entrance closed because of wildfire

Yosemite National Park’s southern entrance was shut down Wednesday because of a fast-moving wildfire that burned seven structures and prompted authorities to close Highway 41 ...

Labor Day weekend to be a scorcher for Bay Area residents

Air conditioners will be humming and ice cubes will be clinking in the coming days as the Bay Area hunkers down for a heat wave ...

I Was Drugged And Raped At Burning Man: My Story

By Robert Evans  Published: August 30th, 2017 

5 Crappy Milestones Way More Important Than The Good Ones

By Lydia Bugg  Published: August 30th, 2017 

Supervillain Plan

Trump to seize populist mantle for pitching messy tax overhaul

President Donald Trump will launch a major push for a sweeping tax overhaul with a speech Wednesday in Missouri aimed at convincing his base — ...

Virginia received DHS warning before Charlottesville rally

The Department of Homeland Security issued a confidential warning to law enforcement authorities three days before the deadly Aug. 12 Charlottesville protest rally, saying that ...

Congress may dole out Hurricane Harvey relief in stages

Congressional Republicans may send Hurricane Harvey aid in multiple installments rather than one large lump sum as Congress did in response to Hurricane Sandy. And ...

Trump relishes role as chief executive of Harvey response

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — It was a presidential trip to a deluged state where the president didn’t meet a single storm victim, see an inch ...

Trump eager to avoid Katrina repeat during Texas tour

President Donald Trump and top emergency officials visiting Texas on Tuesday appeared eager to not repeat the federal government’s mistakes with Hurricane Katrina, even as ...

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