Monday, October 26, 2020
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Monday, October 26, 2020

It's 39 degrees in North Henderson today. Here's the news—

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She Was in Labor. Floodwaters Were Rising. Then the Boat Tipped Over.

Chau Doan and Mike Ives, New York Times (Tweet)

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A Debate Pledge to ‘Transition’ From Oil Puts Climate at Center of Campaign Finale

Lisa Friedman, New York Times (Tweet)

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Why The Colorado Wildfires Feel Like a Season Without End

Charlie Brennan and Jack Healy, New York Times (Tweet)

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Europe Moves to Protect Nature, but Faces Criticism Over Subsidizing Farms

Somini Sengupta, New York Times (Tweet)

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5 Policy Issues Where Trump and Biden Diverged at Final Debate

Glenn Thrush and Matt Stevens, New York Times (Tweet)

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Oil Industry Expresses Concern, Not Alarm, About Biden Comments

Clifford Krauss, New York Times (Tweet)

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Fix, or Toss? The ‘Right to Repair’ Movement Gains Ground

Paola Rosa-Aquino, New York Times (Tweet)

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5 Policy Issues Where Trump and Biden Diverged at Final Debate

Glenn Thrush and Matt Stevens, New York Times (Tweet)

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Trump And Biden Had A Real Debate, And 4 Other Takeaways

Deirdre Walsh, NPR (Tweet)

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Watch Live: Final Trump-Biden Presidential Debate

Chloee Weiner, NPR (Tweet)

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Veggie Burgers Can Be Called Burgers, European Parliament Says

Reese Oxner, NPR (Tweet)

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Real Problems Do Not Exist for Trump

Thomas Wright, The Atlantic (Tweet)

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In the final debate, Trump interrupted twice as much as Biden

Jerusalem Demsas, Vox (Tweet)

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Climate change goes mainstream in presidential debate

Amy Harder, Axios (Tweet)

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Paul Waldman, The Washington Post (Tweet)

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Colorado’s second-largest wildfire forecast to grow amid high winds

Andrew Freedman, The Washington Post (Tweet)

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California’s devastating wildfire season may get a lot worse this weekend

Andrew Freedman, Diana Leonard, The Washington Post (Tweet)

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Fact-checking the second Trump-Biden debate

Glenn Kessler, Salvador Rizzo, Meg Kelly, The Washington Post (Tweet)

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The Energy 202: Biden draws GOP attacks with call to 'transition' from oil

Dino Grandoni, The Washington Post (Tweet)

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The town that built back green

Annie Gowen, The Washington Post (Tweet)

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Climate Change Is Extending Fire Season Across The West

NPR, NPR (Tweet)

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The last debate is the final straw

Jennifer Rubin, The Washington Post (Tweet)

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How politically damaging were Biden’s comments about closing down the oil industry?

Amber Phillips, The Washington Post (Tweet)

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Union leaders have Biden’s back on fracking. But in Pennsylvania, their members aren’t so sure.

Sean Sullivan, The Washington Post (Tweet)

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Kimmel and Colbert agree: Trump is not 'the least racist person in this room'

Christi Carras, Los Angeles Times (Tweet)

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Powerful winds, high wildfire danger are forecast for Northern California

Rong-Gong Lin II, Los Angeles Times (Tweet)

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Is Trump a fascist? 8 experts weigh in.

Dylan Matthews, Vox (Tweet)

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Swing-state Pennsylvanians are divided on fracking. Here’s why.

Lili Pike, Vox (Tweet)

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White House Releases New Plan for Seismic Tests in Arctic Refuge

Henry Fountain, New York Times (Tweet)

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Higher Education Should Lead the Efforts to Reverse Structural Racism

Freeman A. Hrabowski III, Peter H. Henderson, J. Kathleen Tracy, The Atlantic (Tweet)

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Lobbyists tried to ban labeling veggie burgers “veggie burgers.” The EU said no.

Kelsey Piper, Vox (Tweet)

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PG&E to shut off power to over 1 million people in Northern California - Los Angeles Times

Associated Press, Los Angeles Times (Tweet)

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Column: They're young and don't love Biden, but can't take any more of Trump

Steve Lopez, Los Angeles Times (Tweet)

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Along California's ring of fire, residents face decades of danger, destruction

Joe Mozingo, Los Angeles Times (Tweet)

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The U.N.'s World Food Program, recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, keeps focus on reaching zero global hunger

Priscella Vega, Los Angeles Times (Tweet)

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Deadly Colorado wildfire tears through Rocky Mountain National Park, threatens Estes Park

Andrew Freedman, The Washington Post (Tweet)

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5 crucial questions with 10 days to go until Election Day

Aaron Blake, The Washington Post (Tweet)

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More than 1 million Californians could lose power Sunday amid the windiest, driest conditions of the year

Alex Wigglesworth, Los Angeles Times (Tweet)

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Biden Pledges Ambitious Climate Action. Here’s What He Could Actually Do.

Coral Davenport, New York Times (Tweet)

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Tropical Storm Zeta Approaches Gulf Coast

Bryan Pietsch, New York Times (Tweet)

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360,000 Customers Lose Power In California Amid Fire-Safety Shutoffs

Kat Lonsdorf, NPR (Tweet)

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California braces for most dangerous fire weather of the season; PG&E already cutting off power to customers

Alex Wigglesworth, Los Angeles Times (Tweet)

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The missed opportunities for 2020 and beyond

David Nather, Axios (Tweet)

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The end of democracy? To many Americans, the future looks dark if the other side wins.

Marc Fisher, The Washington Post (Tweet)

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California faces highest fire risk of 2020 with 70-plus mph winds, record dry conditions

Andrew Freedman, Diana Leonard, The Washington Post (Tweet)

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With a resounding victory, Democrats can protect us from the next Trump

Jennifer Rubin, The Washington Post (Tweet)

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Tumult at home, ailing alliances abroad: Why Trump’s America has been a ‘gift’ to Putin

Philip Rucker, The Washington Post (Tweet)

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Democrats’ 4-Year Plan to Win Michigan Back From Trump

Edward-Isaac Dovere, The Atlantic (Tweet)

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Kamala Harris' L.A. neighborhood of Brentwood feels less insulated after a year of turbulence

Tyrone Beason, Los Angeles Times (Tweet)

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In SNL’s cold open, the final presidential debate becomes an absurd slugfest over coronavirus

Zeeshan Aleem, Vox (Tweet)