🔥 | Latest

Amazon, Books, and Fire: Firefox File Edit View History Bookmarks Tools Window Help 9696 H, Mon 8:30 AM a E M Inbox (3) - erin@redvanworkshc X Clifornia fires at DuckDuckGo × Direct to Team 2017-JIRA DTT17: 1.20.1 - JIRA DTT17:1.21.0-JIRA X fire.ca.gov/current incidents https://duckduckgo.com/?q-Clifornia+fires&t-ffab&atb v133-7_&ia-web DL Gmail 쁘 DTT17 Storefronts ם RVW O David Halberstam's O Toggl Javascript-OwnC MemoryFoam e TikRepellant Cat teeth Ceramics 唒MedicalCannabis Sh. dry shampoo REcipes Kitchen PlantCare Tech e KensingtonVet Clifornia fires Privacy, simplified. v Web Images Videos News All Regions ▼ Safe Search: Moderate Including results for california fires Any Time Search only for "Clifornia" fires? Save on California Fire - Amazon® Official Site AD Shop Devices, Apparel, Books, Music&More. Free Shipping on Qualified Orders. a www.amazon.comReport Ad Current Fire Information - California Current Fire Information This is the complete list of 2018 major incidents that have been posted to this site. You can see the location of Major Incidents on the Google Statewide Fire Map fire.ca.gov/current_incidents/ More results CAL FIRE California Statewide Fire Map This map provides general locations of major fires burning in California. The fire locations are approximates. Some of the fires on the map are not in the jurisdiction of CAL FIRE and are under the command of another local or federal fire agency fire.ca.gov/general/firemaps California Fire Map: 2018 Wildfire Tracker for Northern Fire perimeters are based on infrared and thermal imaging from NASA's MODIS and VIIRS-I products. The perimeters are intended to provide a picture of the scope and extent of the fires in California, as well as parts of Nevada and Oregon, with the most current data possible ... https://projects.sfchronicle.com/2018/fire-tracker/ Paradise, California: Camp fire exploded in size Thursday. The Camp Fire in Northern California exploded in size Thursday, burning about 20,000 acres and overtaking the town of Paradise, where around 30,000 people were forced to evacuate at the last minute https://www.cbsnews.com/news/paradise-california-camp-fire-townd.. 2018 California Wildfire Map Shows 14 Active Fires I Time In 2017, California had its most destructive fire season yet, with an intense series of Northern Send feedback
Amazon, Books, and Fire: Firefox File Edit View History Bookmarks Tools Window Help
 9696 H,
 Mon 8:30 AM
 a
 E
 M Inbox (3) - erin@redvanworkshc X
 Clifornia fires at DuckDuckGo
 ×
 Direct to Team 2017-JIRA
 DTT17: 1.20.1 - JIRA
 DTT17:1.21.0-JIRA
 X fire.ca.gov/current incidents
 https://duckduckgo.com/?q-Clifornia+fires&t-ffab&atb v133-7_&ia-web
 DL
 Gmail 쁘 DTT17
 Storefronts ם RVW O David Halberstam's
 O Toggl
 Javascript-OwnC MemoryFoam e TikRepellant Cat teeth Ceramics 唒MedicalCannabis Sh.
 dry shampoo REcipes Kitchen PlantCare Tech e KensingtonVet
 Clifornia fires
 Privacy, simplified. v
 Web Images Videos News
 All Regions ▼ Safe Search: Moderate
 Including results for california fires
 Any Time
 Search only for "Clifornia" fires?
 Save on California Fire - Amazon® Official Site AD
 Shop Devices, Apparel, Books, Music&More. Free Shipping on Qualified Orders.
 a www.amazon.comReport Ad
 Current Fire Information - California
 Current Fire Information This is the complete list of 2018 major incidents that have been posted to
 this site. You can see the location of Major Incidents on the Google Statewide Fire Map
 fire.ca.gov/current_incidents/
 More results
 CAL FIRE California Statewide Fire Map
 This map provides general locations of major fires burning in California. The fire locations are
 approximates. Some of the fires on the map are not in the jurisdiction of CAL FIRE and are under
 the command of another local or federal fire agency
 fire.ca.gov/general/firemaps
 California Fire Map: 2018 Wildfire Tracker for Northern
 Fire perimeters are based on infrared and thermal imaging from NASA's MODIS and VIIRS-I
 products. The perimeters are intended to provide a picture of the scope and extent of the fires in
 California, as well as parts of Nevada and Oregon, with the most current data possible
 ...
 https://projects.sfchronicle.com/2018/fire-tracker/
 Paradise, California: Camp fire exploded in size Thursday.
 The Camp Fire in Northern California exploded in size Thursday, burning about 20,000 acres and
 overtaking the town of Paradise, where around 30,000 people were forced to evacuate at the last
 minute
 https://www.cbsnews.com/news/paradise-california-camp-fire-townd..
 2018 California Wildfire Map Shows 14 Active Fires I Time
 In 2017, California had its most destructive fire season yet, with an intense series of Northern
 Send feedback
Bad, College, and Easter: thisisemilysfault Georgia Gothic It is fall. The time has come to choose: Red and Black or Yellow and Black? There are no other colors. Whichever one you choose, you will be followed by the sounds of invisible hordes, buzzing or barking. You cannot abstain. There is a wrong choice. No one will tell you what the wrong choice is. You used to know some people who made the wrong choice, once. Their families miss them very much. It is winter. It was 70 degrees yesterday. Today, ice covers the world. It will be 70 degrees again tomorrow, but the ice will not melt. It does not snow. Snow is a myth made up to make you think that winter is kind. Roving packs of marauders pillage towns for the two holy treasures: bread and milk. It is spring. The pollen drifts only to hip-height. It is not bad this year. As many as 3% of those with allergies may yet survive the culling. The dogwoods bloom, and blood drips from the stigmata of their petals. You try not to be reminded of the blood dripping from the cross, the hammer, the sounds of it all. Winter had to end, you tell yourself. You did what was best. Easter is coming g impact of the - It is summer. The air conditioner is broken. The blades of the fan snap on contact with the humidity. Your body works to regain its seasonal gills before the air can drown you. You watch the devil return home to cooler climes. He will be back with more fiddles in 6 months. He always is. - It is rush hour on 85. You have just passed an exit. The next one is in a mile You are in the wrong lane. No matter which lane you are in, it will be the wrong one. You are used to failure. It has been rush hour for as long as you can remember. The next exit is in a mile. You remember your grandparents saying the same, when it was their turn in the front seat. - "Hotlanta. You hear it behind you in the street. The skin on your neck crawls Hotlanta." You hurry away from the group of tourists, cold sweat prickling down your back. Hotlanta. You cringe as the screaming starts. Why do they never listen to the warnings read by Mayor Kasim Reed over the airport PA? There is a new terminal at Hartsfield-Jackson. There are multiple interpretations of the word terminal." One ends in a field of hearts. A kindly old woman makes you a pitcher of sweet tea. It tastes like syrup and makes your teeth ache. You drink it all. You saw what happened to those who didn't. The river in Savannah is green. It is St. Patrick's Day, but that doesn't matter The serpent under the water is always green. St. Patrick failed us - You are in a bar in Athens. REM plays over the sound system. You walk out the door, directly into another bar. REM is still playing. Every door you open leads to a new bar. They all play REM. You have heard stories that somewhere, there is a door that leads to a college. You do not see how this could be true - Georgia on My Mind comes on the radio. You try to think of Oregon instead. It is impossible. Georgia is on your mind. Georgia is everything - Yall come back now, you hear? Yall. Come back, now. You hear? Yall. Come back now! You hear. It is not yet time to summon the elder gods, Yall
Bad, College, and Easter: thisisemilysfault
 Georgia Gothic
 It is fall. The time has come to choose: Red and Black or Yellow and Black?
 There are no other colors. Whichever one you choose, you will be followed by
 the sounds of invisible hordes, buzzing or barking. You cannot abstain. There is
 a wrong choice. No one will tell you what the wrong choice is. You used to
 know some people who made the wrong choice, once. Their families miss them
 very much.
 It is winter. It was 70 degrees yesterday. Today, ice covers the world. It will be
 70 degrees again tomorrow, but the ice will not melt. It does not snow. Snow is
 a myth made up to make you think that winter is kind. Roving packs of
 marauders pillage towns for the two holy treasures: bread and milk.
 It is spring. The pollen drifts only to hip-height. It is not bad this year. As
 many as 3% of those with allergies may yet survive the culling. The dogwoods
 bloom, and blood drips from the stigmata of their petals. You try not to be
 reminded of the blood dripping from the cross, the
 hammer, the sounds of it all. Winter had to end, you tell yourself. You did what
 was best. Easter is coming
 g impact of the
 - It is summer. The air conditioner is broken. The blades of the fan snap on
 contact with the humidity. Your body works to regain its seasonal gills before
 the air can drown you. You watch the devil return home to cooler climes. He will
 be back with more fiddles in 6 months. He always is.
 - It is rush hour on 85. You have just passed an exit. The next one is in a mile
 You are in the wrong lane. No matter which lane you are in, it will be the wrong
 one. You are used to failure. It has been rush hour for as long as you can
 remember. The next exit is in a mile. You remember your grandparents saying
 the same, when it was their turn in the front seat.
 - "Hotlanta. You hear it behind you in the street. The skin on your neck crawls
 Hotlanta." You hurry away from the group of tourists, cold sweat prickling down
 your back. Hotlanta. You cringe as the screaming starts. Why do they never
 listen to the warnings read by Mayor Kasim Reed over the airport PA?
 There is a new terminal at Hartsfield-Jackson. There are multiple
 interpretations of the word terminal." One ends in a field of hearts.
 A kindly old woman makes you a pitcher of sweet tea. It tastes like syrup and
 makes your teeth ache. You drink it all. You saw what happened to those who
 didn't.
 The river in Savannah is green. It is St. Patrick's Day, but that doesn't matter
 The serpent under the water is always green. St. Patrick failed us
 - You are in a bar in Athens. REM plays over the sound system. You walk out
 the door, directly into another bar. REM is still playing. Every door you open
 leads to a new bar. They all play REM. You have heard stories that
 somewhere, there is a door that leads to a college. You do not see how this
 could be true
 - Georgia on My Mind comes on the radio. You try to think of Oregon instead.
 It is impossible. Georgia is on your mind. Georgia is everything
 - Yall come back now, you hear? Yall. Come back, now. You hear? Yall. Come
 back now! You hear. It is not yet time to summon the elder gods, Yall
Confidence, New York, and Presidential Election: THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL ONE ASHBURTON PLACE (617) 727-2200 (617) 727-4765 TTY www.mass gov/ago BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 02108 MAURA HEALEY ATTORNEY GENERAL November 8, 2018 Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker U.S. Department of Justice 950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20530-0001 Dear Acting Attorney General Whitaker As chief law enforcement officers of our respective states, we ask that you recuse yourself from any role in overseeing Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. Because a reasonable person could question your impartiality in the matter, your recusal is necessary to maintain public trust in the integrity of the investigation and to protect the essential and longstanding independence of the Department you have beern chosen to lead, on an acting basis. See, e.g., 5 C.F.R. 2635.502(d) You must be aware that your public comments criticizing Mr. Mueller's investigation have been widely circulated. At various opportunities-in print, on television, and through social media you have suggested cutting the Special Counsel's budget or limiting his authority to follow lines of inquiry. As prosec believe that the independent Special Counsel must have the full authority to investigate and, if warranted, prosecute any violations of federal law utors and law enforcement officials committed to the rule of law, we By all appearances, Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein has ably supervised the Special Counsel's investigation from its outset. He should continue to do so, as Mr. Mueller's work must proceed free from interference or supervision that would appear to many Americans to be biased. An Attorney Genera in the impartial administration of justice by leading an empowered and independent Department. We hope you share that goal I's highest responsibility is to uphold the law and ensure public confidence Sincerely, Maura Healey assachu ney General Barbara Underwood New York Attorney General Matthew P. Denn Delaware Attorney General Connecticut Attorney General Karl A. Racine Attorney General for the District of Columbia Russell A. Suzuki Hawaii Attorney General Lisa Madigan Illinois Attorney General Lori Swanson Minnesota Attorney Gurbir S. Grewal New Jersey Attorney General vier Becerra California Attorney General Joshua H. Stein North Carolina Attorney General Ellen F. Rosenblum Oregon Attorney General Thomas Vermont Aftorney General Peter F. Kilmartin Rhode Island Attorney General Bob Fer Washington State Attorney General Mark R. Herring Virginia Attorney General guson dlr Hector Balderas New Mexico Attorney General Brian E. Frosh Maryland Attorney General Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein U.S. Senator Richard M. Burr, Chairman, Senate Intelligence Committee U.S. Senator Mark Warner, Ranking Member, Senate Intelligence Committee U.S. Representative Mike Conaway, House Intelligence Committee U.S. Representative Adam Schiff, House Intelligence Committee
Confidence, New York, and Presidential Election: THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS
 OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
 ONE ASHBURTON PLACE
 (617) 727-2200
 (617) 727-4765 TTY
 www.mass gov/ago
 BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 02108
 MAURA HEALEY
 ATTORNEY GENERAL
 November 8, 2018
 Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker
 U.S. Department of Justice
 950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
 Washington, DC 20530-0001
 Dear Acting Attorney General Whitaker
 As chief law enforcement officers of our respective states, we ask that you recuse yourself from
 any role in overseeing Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation of Russian interference in
 the 2016 presidential election. Because a reasonable person could question your impartiality in
 the matter, your recusal is necessary to maintain public trust in the integrity of the investigation
 and to protect the essential and longstanding independence of the Department you have beern
 chosen to lead, on an acting basis. See, e.g., 5 C.F.R. 2635.502(d)
 You must be aware that your public comments criticizing Mr. Mueller's investigation have been
 widely circulated. At various opportunities-in print, on television, and through social media
 you have suggested cutting the Special Counsel's budget or limiting his authority to follow lines
 of inquiry. As prosec
 believe that the independent Special Counsel must have the full authority to investigate and, if
 warranted, prosecute any violations of federal law
 utors and law enforcement officials committed to the rule of law, we
 By all appearances, Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein has ably supervised the Special
 Counsel's investigation from its outset. He should continue to do so, as Mr. Mueller's work must
 proceed free from interference or supervision that would appear to many Americans to be biased.
 An Attorney Genera
 in the impartial administration of justice by leading an empowered and independent Department.
 We hope you share that goal
 I's highest responsibility is to uphold the law and ensure public confidence
 Sincerely,
 Maura Healey
 assachu
 ney General
 Barbara Underwood
 New York Attorney General
 Matthew P. Denn
 Delaware Attorney General
 Connecticut Attorney General
 Karl A. Racine
 Attorney General for the District of Columbia
 Russell A. Suzuki
 Hawaii Attorney
 General
 Lisa Madigan
 Illinois Attorney General
 Lori Swanson
 Minnesota Attorney
 Gurbir S. Grewal
 New Jersey Attorney General
 vier Becerra
 California Attorney General
 Joshua H. Stein
 North Carolina Attorney General
 Ellen F. Rosenblum
 Oregon Attorney General
 Thomas
 Vermont Aftorney General
 Peter F. Kilmartin
 Rhode Island Attorney General
 Bob Fer
 Washington State Attorney General
 Mark R. Herring
 Virginia Attorney General
 guson
 dlr
 Hector Balderas
 New Mexico Attorney General
 Brian E. Frosh
 Maryland Attorney General
 Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein
 U.S. Senator Richard M. Burr, Chairman, Senate Intelligence Committee
 U.S. Senator Mark Warner, Ranking Member, Senate Intelligence Committee
 U.S. Representative Mike Conaway, House Intelligence Committee
 U.S. Representative Adam Schiff, House Intelligence Committee
Children, Facebook, and Family: The Dregonian BROWN HOLDS ON 1.50 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2018 ALWAYS ON OREGONLIVE.COM S. House, Senate: Democrats take back House, GOP ortland City Council: Hardesty defeats Smit keeps Senate in a historic cont est Hillary Borrud The Oregonian/OregonLive ORE ELECTION OVERAGE INSIDE Oregon Gov. Kate Brown is headed into after she decisively beat Republican Rep Knute Buehter and Democrats expanded their hold on the state 1 atewide neasures helped carry Brown to victory, in a year wit h unusually high voter turnout for both par ties in the state and across the country feasure 102, giving the The crowd at the gon's party at the downtown Portland Hil- ton had already heard that Brown had been re-elected before she took the stage Tuesday night, and they greeted her with cheers and applause. fordable housing, is the ic Party of Ore one of five measures n the ballot to pass, with ems on lifting Oregon's uary state status d blocking funding of bortions among those "This election was about the future, and cating a group of children standing behind make the governor's race a referendum on acter, while Buehler attacked Brown for not down to defeat. A17 this is what it looks like," Brown said, indi County-by- On the campaign trail, Brown tried to ounty results headlines in doing enough to improve K-12 education. Are you ready to go to work?" Brown said, as the crowd shouted, "Katel Kate! Kate! Kathryn ty It had been billed as a tight race by mul tiple polls, with Brown's lead ranging fror 3 to 5 percentage points in the weeks leas ing to Election Day. Though the incumbent benefited from better name re ognition, she struggled against stubborr high negative approval ratings. Buehler, who spent the afternoon mak thank-you calls and watching early retu with his family, took the ballroom stage a Sentinel Hotel around 8:30 p.m.and bega concession speech with a conciliatory not "It's time for Oregonians to unite and common ground," Buehler said, "be there are significant challenges in this A20 ut our big problems that we have drawn att to throughout this campaign." Democrats outnumber Republic Oregon by nearly 10 percentage meaning Buehler's challenge was going to be overcoming a huge disp tive pollster from the HoffmanE SEE BROWN, A16 an registration," said Tim Nashif, a c of all the Gov. Kate Brown had a lot to celebrate after her big win Tuesday night. Beth Nakamura, staff A22 SPORTS FOOD Muslim threat investigated Timbers step up attack The best time for beans land's offense seems to be hitting its stride at just the The cooler weather seems made for slow-simm and there might be no better mainstay than be on Patriot Prayer's Facebook page has the A2 right time in the MLS playoffs. B1 Business. B14 Classifieds, B11 Comics, C6 Crossword NYT B 2, Püzzles cs Obituaries, A25 TV.A31 Weather A32 Fog then sur 55/42
Children, Facebook, and Family: The Dregonian
 BROWN HOLDS ON
 1.50
 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2018
 ALWAYS ON OREGONLIVE.COM
 S. House, Senate: Democrats take back House, GOP
 ortland City Council: Hardesty defeats Smit
 keeps Senate
 in a historic cont
 est
 Hillary Borrud The Oregonian/OregonLive
 ORE ELECTION
 OVERAGE INSIDE
 Oregon Gov. Kate Brown is headed into
 after she decisively beat Republican Rep
 Knute Buehter and Democrats expanded
 their hold on the state 1
 atewide
 neasures
 helped carry Brown to victory, in a year wit h
 unusually high voter turnout for both par
 ties in the state and across the country
 feasure 102, giving the
 The crowd at the
 gon's party at the downtown Portland Hil-
 ton had already heard that Brown had been
 re-elected before she took the stage Tuesday
 night, and they greeted her with cheers and
 applause.
 fordable housing, is the
 ic Party of Ore
 one of five measures
 n the ballot to pass, with
 ems on lifting Oregon's
 uary state status
 d blocking funding of
 bortions among those
 "This election was about the future, and
 cating a group of children standing behind
 make the governor's race a referendum on
 acter, while Buehler attacked Brown for not
 down to defeat. A17
 this is what it looks like," Brown said, indi
 County-by-
 On the campaign trail, Brown tried to
 ounty results
 headlines in
 doing enough to improve K-12 education.
 Are you ready to go to work?" Brown
 said, as the crowd
 shouted, "Katel Kate! Kate!
 Kathryn
 ty
 It had been billed as a tight race by mul
 tiple polls, with Brown's lead ranging fror
 3 to 5 percentage points in the weeks leas
 ing to Election Day. Though the
 incumbent benefited from better name re
 ognition, she struggled against stubborr
 high negative approval ratings.
 Buehler, who spent the afternoon mak
 thank-you calls and watching early retu
 with his family, took the ballroom stage a
 Sentinel Hotel around 8:30 p.m.and bega
 concession speech with a conciliatory not
 "It's time for Oregonians to unite and
 common ground," Buehler said, "be
 there are significant challenges in this
 A20
 ut our
 big problems that we have drawn att
 to throughout this campaign."
 Democrats outnumber Republic
 Oregon by nearly 10 percentage
 meaning Buehler's challenge was
 going to be overcoming a huge disp
 tive pollster from the HoffmanE
 SEE BROWN, A16
 an
 registration," said Tim Nashif, a c
 of all the
 Gov. Kate Brown had a lot to celebrate after her big win Tuesday night. Beth Nakamura, staff
 A22
 SPORTS
 FOOD
 Muslim threat investigated
 Timbers step up attack
 The best time for beans
 land's offense seems to be hitting its stride at just the The cooler weather seems made for slow-simm
 and there might be no better mainstay than be
 on Patriot Prayer's Facebook page has the
 A2
 right time in the MLS playoffs. B1
 Business. B14 Classifieds, B11 Comics, C6 Crossword NYT B
 2, Püzzles cs Obituaries, A25 TV.A31 Weather A32
 Fog then sur
 55/42