President Donald Trump expressed sadness Saturday at the devastation caused by fires in a California town, but persisted in his controversial claim that forest mismanagement was responsible for the tragedy, which has killed 76 and left more than 1,200 listed as missing.
'Sad' Trump visits fire-wracked California, blames mismanagement
Imagine an airport where thousands of planes, empty of fuel, are left abandoned on the tarmac.
‘On-orbit servicing’ emerges as new space industry
Technology investment in Decatur City Schools — a school system located in the city of Decatur in Alabama, the US, and is home to seven of Alabama's International Baccalaureate schools — is changing how students learn and teachers teach.
Technology changing how Decatur students learn
Alcohol is killing more people and at a younger age in the United States, and the biggest increases in mortality are among women, according to a new analysis.
Alcohol killing more people in US, especially women: Study
The US state of California has the world’s “most polluted cities” due to the massive wildfires raging in the northern part of the state, according to a study.
California wildfires make its cities air quality worst in world
President Donald Trump left Washington, D.C., on Saturday for California after the death toll from California's Camp Fire climbed to 71 and the number of people unaccounted for jumped to more than 1,000, reported.
Trump departs for California as wildfire death toll rises
At least 40 people, mostly civilians, were killed Saturday in airstrikes carried out by the US-led coalition forces in Syria’s Deir ez-Zor Province, state media reported.
US-led airstrikes kill at least 40 in Syria’s Deir ez-Zor
Xi: Protectionism 'doomed to failure'
US, China clash on trade ahead of APEC summit
The US Central Intelligence Agency has concluded Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was behind the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, US media reported Friday, citing people close to the matter.
CIA blames Saudi crown prince for Khashoggi murder
NASA's Kepler space telescope, that discovered thousands of planets outside our solar system and revealed that our galaxy contains more planets than stars, received its final set of commands to disconnect communications with Earth.
Planet-hunting Kepler telescope put to rest with final commands

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