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At least 29 people are now known dead in the destructive wildfire in northern California. That's as many as the deadliest wildfire in California history. Many more people are unaccounted for.
The huge wildfire in Los Angeles, and Ventura Counties in southern California has burned at least 130 square miles. At least 2 people have died and well over 100 homes were destroyed. That fire was 10% contained on Sunday.
All 67 of Florida's counties have to recount their midterm election votes by Thursday. The races for governor and US Senator both remain too close to call.
South Korea airlifted 200 tons of tangerines to North Korea. It was in exchange for pine mushrooms. The trade is part of a North-South effort to improve relations despite concerns about nuclear talks.