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Wildfires surge in the West

More people are being forced to leave their homes as wildfires burn across states in the West. Hundreds of firefighters battled flames overnight in San Clemente, California, and a state of emergency was declared in Prescott, Arizona. Hundreds were evacuated Wednesday from Burbank, California. Jamie Yuccas reports.
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Trump suggests Dems' reaction to SOTU was "treasonous"
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Dow Jones suffers largest one-day point loss in market history
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Trump blasts House Intelligence Committee ranking member Adam Schiff
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Leonardo DiCaprio unrecognizable in first photos of new Scorsese film
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