The Camp Fire, near Chico, started early Nov. 8 and has already burned more than 100,000 acres. The Woolsey Fire northwest of Los Angeles is threatening Malibu and Thousand Oaks.
Two obvious takeaways for area voters are that Virginia became a bit bluer and Maryland maintained the status quo. But a deeper look shows that both those results were driven by the electoral oomph of middle-class and wealthy suburban voters.
The marquee senate race was one of several key victories for Republicans.
It’s been a wet one, unless, of course, it’s been a dry one.
On Aug. 27, a panel of federal judges ordered North Carolina to draw new districts -- just 10 weeks before Nov. 6 -- throwing the election into chaos.
In most states, elected officials draw district lines to benefit politicians or parties. But California handed that power to ordinary citizens and other states are considering it.
Long overshadowed by conflicts and intrigues elsewhere in the Middle East, Yemen is increasingly hard to ignore.
Seven-game series often have turned on the play of the goaltenders. Here’s how the starting netminders for the Capitals and Golden Knights compare
North Korea's missile and nuclear weapons program went from silly to scary this year. What's next?