The names of the missing go on and on, with at least 1,300 people on the list of those unaccounted for since the Camp Fire erupted 10 days ago. It has killed 76 people, and is the deadliest and most destructive fire in California.
When Margaret Newsum saw the news that California's Camp Fire was not far from her home, the 93-year-old knew she'd have to evacuate. Garbage collector Dane Ray Cummings drove up to find Newsum waiting for him. And once he realized she needed to leave, he knew what he had to do.
I do want to say to anyone listening: this year's apocalypse is worse than last year's apocalypse, writes Tess Taylor of the California wildfires. This is how it is now, and the fire seasons of this year and years to come are likely only to get worse.
The crisis in US-Saudi relations has ratcheted up another level, writes Peter Bergen, who says it's a good thing that an experienced general with expertise in the region has been appointed US ambassador to Saudi Arabia.
Retired Adm. William McRaven on Sunday stood by his previous statement that President Donald Trump's attacks on the news media represent "the greatest threat to democracy" after the President dismissed him as a "Hillary Clinton backer" in an interview that aired on Fox News.