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Today β€” September 18th 2020Your RSS feeds

California, the Most Calamitous Place on Earth

By Mark Arax

Drought, flood, wildfire, mudslide, earthquake — it’s a hell of a way to run through the seasons.

Wildfires Are Latest Risk in the Rewarding Quiet of Gold Country

By Thomas Fuller

California’s numerous fires are challenging the survival of some of the state’s oldest and most storied small communities.

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The Perfect Moment for Vegan Tacos

By Tejal Rao

Hibiscus asada, vegetable trompos and nutty chorizos — thanks to creative cooks in Los Angeles, meatless tacos are thriving in the pandemic era.

As Wildfires Burn Out of Control, the West Coast Faces the Unimaginable

By Thomas Fuller and Jack Healy

Firefighters across California and Oregon are bracing for stronger winds that could partly clear the air — but also fan the flames of uncontrolled blazes.

As Fires Disrupt Schools, β€˜the Pandemic Has Actually Helped’

By Dan Levin and Kate Taylor

After wildfires consumed an entire town, students and teachers who had planned for remote classes found some comfort in staying connected amid the chaos.

How Kamala Harris’s Immigrant Parents Found a Home, and Each Other, in a Black Study Group

By Ellen Barry

Donald Harris and Shyamala Gopalan grew up under British colonial rule on different sides of the planet. They were each drawn to Berkeley, and became part of an intellectual circle that shaped the rest of their lives.

California Deputies Shot in Ambush Are Expected to Recover, Authorities Say

By Allyson Waller and Marie Fazio

The Los Angeles County deputies were critically injured after being fired upon in their car outside a Metro station in Compton. The gunman remained at large, the authorities said.

Now It’s Not Safe at Home Either. Wildfires Bring Ashen Air Into the House.

By Matt Richtel

Our reporter, a San Francisco resident, describes family life amid a pandemic and a natural disaster.

Now It’s Not Safe at Home Either. Wildfires Bring Ashen Air Into the House.

By Matt Richtel

Our reporter, a San Francisco resident, describes family life amid a pandemic and a natural disaster.

Photos of California Wildfires

By Thomas Fuller

Across Northern California, huge plumes of smoke from a fire that blasted through the foothills of the Sierra Nevada billowed high into the atmosphere, turning day into an eerie twilight.

7 People Die in West Coast Wildfires

Strong winds were likely to continue to propel the extraordinary number of fires burning in California, Oregon and Washington.

Photos of California Wildfires

By Thomas Fuller

Across Northern California, huge plumes of smoke from a fire that blasted through the foothills of the Sierra Nevada billowed high into the atmosphere, turning day into an eerie twilight.

Meals on Heels: San Francisco Drag Queens Deliver Pandemic Diversions

By ConcepciΓ³n de LeΓ³n and Kelsey McClellan

Oasis, a cabaret and nightclub, closed in March because of the coronavirus pandemic. Now its drag queens are bringing food and a curbside performance to people’s front doors.

California Wildfires Tracker: Live Updates as Smoke Blocks Out Sun in Northern California

Strong winds were likely to continue to fuel the extraordinary number of fires burning in California, Oregon and Washington State.

Harrowing Helicopter Rescues as California Wildfires Rage

By Thomas Fuller and Sarah Mervosh

The two pilots who led a weekend rescue, both military veterans, said it was the most challenging flying they have done in their careers.

Mark Bradford Reveals New Paintings Quarantined in a Grain Tower

By Jonathan Griffin

The artist is not on social media, but he’s finally opening up about living and working in the time of Covid-19. “I went into survival mode,” he said.

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