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 •  The number of people unaccounted for swells and the death toll rises to 71, authorities say
[Breaking news update, published at 9:26 p.m. ET]
 
 •  Woman loses home to fire a year after her mother died in a blaze
A woman still grieving the death of her mother in a California wildfire a year ago is now dealing with a second wildfire tragedy -- the loss of her home in Southern California.
 
 •  She feels like giving up after the Camp Fire changed her life
It took a little more than one week for Whitney Vaughan to fully realize the extent of what had happened.
 
 •  Due to fires, California has the most polluted cities in the world
Due to the wildfires raging in Northern California, San Francisco, Stockton and Sacramento were the world's three "most polluted cities" on Friday morning, according to Berkeley Earth, a nonprofit that aggregates data from air-quality monitoring sites.
 
 •  In pictures: Wildfires tear across California
Major wildfires in California have destroyed a record number of buildings and displaced more than 300,000 people.
 
 •  Bar massacre survivor loses home in wildfire
A California woman's family home was destroyed by wildfire days after she survived the deadly shooting at Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks, California.
 
 •  Norovirus strikes shelters for evacuees
Evacuees who fled the Camp Fire in California are facing norovirus outbreaks in shelters. The Butte County Public Health Department said that 145 people have been sick with vomiting and/or diarrhea since the shelters opened to evacuees and 41 people were experiencing symptoms at four different shelters as of Wednesday evening.
 
 •  Trump knocked her for losing House race. Now she leads
Two-term Republican Rep. Mia Love on Friday took the lead over her Democratic challenger in Utah's 4th District House race more than a week after election night and after President Donald Trump mocked her for losing.
 
 •  Abrams acknowledges Kemp win in Georgia
Democrat Stacey Abrams on Friday said she acknowledged that Republican Brian Kemp will become the next governor of Georgia.
 
 •  Judge orders Acosta's press pass returned
Federal judge Timothy J. Kelly sided with CNN on Friday, ordering the White House to reinstate chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta's press pass.
 
 •  Trump responds to judge's ruling about Acosta press pass
President Donald Trump reacts to the judge's ruling that Jim Acosta should regain his White House press pass.
 
 •  Cuomo, Lewandowski spar over WH decorum
After the White House issued a statement that said reporters have to practice a certain "decorum" during press conferences, CNN's Chris Cuomo and ex-Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski discuss whether "decorum" applies to the President.
 
 •  What's next for CNN v. Trump?
CNN won round one of its federal lawsuit against President Trump. But it was only round one. And no one knows how many more rounds there will be.
 
 •  Nelson suffers court setbacks in FL recount
Sen. Bill Nelson's already improbable path towards victory in a recount has gotten narrower, with the Democrat suffering a series of setbacks in court and in county election offices across the state.
 
 •  Kellyanne Conway's husband calls Trump administration 'a dumpster fire'
Conservative lawyer George Conway, the husband of presidential counselor Kellyanne Conway, said Friday that his dislike of President Donald Trump's administration balances out his wife's dislike of his vocal opposition to the White House.
 
 •  Anti-Pelosi vote grows to 18 Democrats
Rep.-elect Abigail Spanberger of Virginia said Friday she would vote against House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi on the floor of the House, marking at least 18 Democrats who have publicly and recently committed to opposing the California lawmaker's bid to return to being House speaker.
 
 •  Axelrod: Think twice about rejecting Pelosi
A few years back, when Nancy Pelosi was on my "The Axe Files" podcast, I asked her what she had learned about politics as the daughter of Baltimore mayor and Democratic ward leader Thomas D'Alesandro. The first and only woman to serve as speaker of the House needed no time to consider her answer.
 
 •  Official: CIA says Saudi prince ordered Khashoggi's killing
The CIA has determined that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman personally ordered the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, despite the Saudi government's denials that the de facto ruler was involved, according to a Washington Post report.
 
 •  China's President says no one wins in trade war. Pence responds: Change your ways
US and Chinese leaders presented opposing visions for the world in back-to-back speeches at the 2018 APEC conference in Papua New Guinea on Saturday, amid rising tensions between the world's two major powers.
 
 •  Snowstorm slams Eastern US, killing 8
A strong wintry storm still was dumping snow Friday in far northern New England after creating traffic havoc that claimed at least eight lives across the country's eastern half and knocked out power for tens of thousands of people.
 
 •  John Hinckley can move out of mom's house
John Hinckley, the man who tried to kill President Ronald Reagan in 1981, can move out of his mother's house and live independently or with roommates or a family member, according to a court ruling issued Friday.
 
 •  Trump legal team balks at Mueller questions
President Donald Trump and his legal team have taken issue with some of the questions from special counsel Robert Mueller that cover the transition period after the 2016 election, believing it could be off limits under executive privilege as they pertain to the presidency, according to a source familiar with the negotiations.
 
 •  Analysis: Donald Trump takes it personally
Friday, while insisting he wasn't "agitated" by the ongoing Russia probe being led by Robert Mueller (HINT: He is!), President Donald Trump was asked why he felt so strongly about the investigation. And he said this:
 
 •  Man could be connected to 90 killings
Suspected serial killer Samuel Little may be the most prolific serial killer in US history.
 
 •  'I'm really enjoying this!' A relaxed Angela Merkel rediscovers her voice
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is making the most of her limited time in office.
 
 •  High school bans costly jackets
High school can be tough for anyone, and students from poor backgrounds have the added anxiety of struggling to keep up with their wealthier peers when it comes to clothes and accessories.
 
 •  Cindy McCain on Trump: We don't need 'negative Nancy'
Cindy McCain shared her thoughts on her late husband's funeral service and President Donald Trump during an interview with CBS News.
 
 •  Lion Air victim's family sues Boeing
The parents of Dr. Rio Nanda Putrama, who died in the Indonesia airplane disaster last month that killed all 189 passengers on board, have sued Boeing for its alleged "unsafe design" of the 737 Max 8 aircraft.
 
 •  MMA fighter struggles to stand at weigh-in
 
 •  Ariana Grande debuts new look
Ariana Grande is known to rock a high ponytail, but those days are long gone -- for now.
 
 •  Missing ballerina found dead in lake
Authorities are investigating the death of a St. Louis ballerina who was found dead in a rural Missouri lake, the state's highway patrol said.
 
 •  QB furious his 22-0 team is overlooked
 
 •  Private service held for Stan Lee
Because Marvel Comics patriarch Stan Lee didn't want a large public funeral, his family held a private ceremony, POW! Entertainment said Friday.
 
 •  Oxford Dictionaries' word of the year is ...
Oxford Dictionaries has chosen "toxic" as its choice for 2018's "Word of the Year."
 
 •  British Airways sued by tourist 'wedged next to obese passenger'
A tourist is suing British Airways, claiming he suffered injury and loss of earnings from having to sit next to an obese passenger on a 12-hour flight.
 
 •  Pfizer will raise prices on 41 drugs
Pfizer is planning to raise prices on 41 drugs in January, a few months after the company agreed to defer hikes under heavy pressure from President Donald Trump.
 
 •  What's wrong with Aaron Rodgers?
 
 •  Ex-NFL player to marry same-sex partner
Jeff Rohrer, who played for the Dallas Cowboys in the 1980s, is set to marry his partner Joshua Ross and will become the first known NFL player to enter a same-sex marriage.
 
 •  17 Gadgets Most Likely To Sell Out This Holiday
 
 •  Ocasio-Cortez calls out journalist who called her 'girl'
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the new Democratic representative-elect from New York, seized on a social media smear to show she's not afraid to call out sexism or define herself on her own terms.
 
 •  Analysis: What we learned from Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's first 2 days in Washington
On her first day in Washington as a soon-to-be member of Congress, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez took part in a sit-in protest on climate change in House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi's office.
 
 •  She will be the youngest member of Congress
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a 29-year-old democratic socialist, upset a 10-term incumbent in the primaries. She will be Congress' youngest member in 2019.
 
 •  NYT: Ocasio-Cortez can't afford DC apartment until congressional salary kicks in
Congresswoman-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez will not be able to afford a Washington, DC, apartment until her salary kicks in when she assumes office in January, The New York Times reported Wednesday.
 
 •  Carmelo Anthony surprises gun violence survivor
 
 •  She made history at QB. Then came the hard part
 
 •  The football coach who stopped a school shooting has a message for us all
 
 •  'Dogs' is a feel-good tale about BFFs with tails
In case you've missed the memo, feelings are big on TV right now.
 
 •  She found a chocolate farm by accident ... and stayed
After graduating with a degree in architecture in the United Kingdom, Vicki Chandler was ready to do something "hands on."
 
 •  Actor learns how to 'floss' from cast mates
Watch as actor Ted Danson takes on the dance craze, "flossing." His "The Good Place" cast mates tried to teach him the viral dance move.
 
 •  The week in 21 photos
Take a look at 21 photos from November 9 through November 15.
 
 •  A tired dad and his hungry infant led to a radical new baby bottle
It was the middle of the night and Ayal Lanternari was rushing to warm up refrigerated breast milk for his three-month-old baby.
 
 •  A new app can help you stop buying bottled water
A new startup called Tap has a bold ambition: convince people to stop buying plastic bottles of water.
 
 •  How to get started in alternative investments
I want to put some money into alternative investments, but I'm not sure where to begin. What's the safest alternative for an average investor?
 
 •  Your best refinance rates for November 2018
 
 •  5 credit cards offering $150 cash sign-up bonus
 
 •  Billionaire's prediction will give you goosebumps
 
 •  Sucking your baby's pacifier might protect them from allergies
Your baby's pacifier falls on the floor. Before giving it back to your child, do you wash it in a sink or, perhaps reluctantly, clean it with your own saliva?
 
 •  These jobs have the highest suicide rates in the US
Men who work in construction and extraction had the highest rates of suicide in the United States, according to a report published Thursday by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. For women, suicide rates were highest among those who work in arts, design, entertainment, sports and media.
 
 •  High school e-cigarette use has jumped nearly 80%. Now, the FDA wants new regulations
Vaping increased nearly 80% among high schoolers and 50% among middle schoolers since last year, prompting the US Food and Drug Administration to propose new measures against flavored nicotine products that have propelled the rise, the agency announced Thursday.
 
 •  How China can fix its eyecare crisis
President Xi Jinping recently described myopia as an epidemic affecting China's younger generations.
 
 •  What to know about breast cancer
 
 •  'Green Book' cruises on star power
"Green Book" can't avoid "Driving Miss Daisy" comparisons, and probably doesn't want to, as the film -- amid unease about political polarization and racial division -- conspicuously strives to be uplifting and bridge building. To the extent it achieves those objectives credit Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali, whose performances bring humanity and dimension to this fact-based road movie, despite the predictable nature of its narrative journey.
 
 •  Kanye West's surprising karaoke partner
Kanye West and Mark Zuckerberg walked into a karaoke bar and jammed out to the Backstreet Boys.
 
 •  'Narcos: Mexico' moves drug war
Netflix has flashier shows, but none better than "Narcos," which moves to a new chapter in its fourth season, titled "Narcos: Mexico." Sweeping in scope, the series remains as addictive as ever in chronicling the bleak history of the drug war, delivering a drama so crisp and smartly executed as to provide its own kind of high.
 
 •  Mandy Moore's sweet 'This Is Us' song
Mandy Moore and fiancé Taylor Goldsmith make music together on Tuesday's episode of "This Is Us."
 
 •  Google wants to be in every room of your house
Google is teasing the future it thinks you want.
 
 •  This app puts a personal trainer in your ear
"Keep your elbows as close to your sides as possible," the personal trainer tells me as I start my last set of push-ups.
 
 •  Your banking info is safe from Facebook — for now
You're in the market for a new home, and are chatting with your realtor on Facebook Messenger. Next time you log on to look at your timeline, there's a banner at the top of the screen: Based on information from your bank, it looks like you could be approved for a $500,000 mortgage.
 
 •  WeWork's first school teaches math and science but yoga and farming, too
Inside WeWork's New York City headquarters on a Thursday morning, a handful of kids are selling radishes, kale and peppers.
 
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