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  1. F.A.A. Says Harrison Ford Can Continue Flying Culture, Today

    After the actor went through remedial training, the agency said it had closed its investigation into a runway error he was involved in last April.

  2. Busy Philipps’s Week: Coffee, ‘Little Women’ and Keeping It Together Arts & Leisure, Today

    The actor is also dedicated to her podcast, “Busy Philipps Is Doing Her Best,” and her dog, Gina Linetti.

  3. What to Know About Newsom’s Big Climate Plan National, Today

    Thursday: Gov. Gavin Newsom announced plans to ban the sale of gas-powered new cars by 2035.

  4. Gavin Newsom: ‘We Decided to Pull the Band-Aid Off’ Editorial, Today

    Twenty months into his term, California’s governor faces a pandemic and an environmental crisis. He speaks to Kara Swisher about his plan to save the “state of resistance.”

  5. Record Wildfires on the West Coast Are Capping a Disastrous Decade Interactive, Today

    One after another, major fires exploded across Washington, Oregon and California earlier this month. They have added up to the worst fire season on record.

  6. California Plans to Ban Sales of New Gas-Powered Cars in 15 Years Climate, Yesterday

    The proposal would speed up the state’s efforts to fight global warming at a time when California is being battered by wildfires, heat waves and other consequences of climate change.

  7. Meet the State Senator Shifting California’s Workplace Culture Gender, Yesterday

    Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson has been the driver of several new laws aimed at eliminating gender-based barriers.

  8. A Kids’ Vaccine Isn’t Coming Anytime Soon National, Yesterday

    There are currently no trials underway, making a vaccine unlikely before fall of 2021. And students are missing online school at alarming rates.

  9. Ron Cobb, a Pioneer in Science Fiction Design, Dies at 83 Obituaries, Yesterday

    The artist and movie production designer, who brought a meticulous eye for detail to movies including “Star Wars,” “Alien” and “Back to the Future,” helped shape the aesthetics of science fiction.

  10. Come to Vote, Stay for the Art Culture, Yesterday

    In California, the Institute of Contemporary Art San José will open for voting, with a mural by Amir H. Fallah on display.

  11. What to Know About California’s Ballot Propositions National, Yesterday

    Wednesday: The presidential election isn’t the only thing on the ballot.

  12. College Football’s Worst Fear in the Pandemic: The Death of a Player Sports, Yesterday

    Jamain Stephens was known as a big man on campus. His death raised questions about how his university is handling the coronavirus and prompted athletes to think about their own risks.

  13. Elon Musk Promises to Make a $25,000 Tesla (in 3 Years) Business, September 22

    Tesla said it was working on advances that would lower the cost of batteries and increase their capacity to store energy.

  14. Kobe Bryant’s Widow Sues L.A. County Sheriff Over Crash Site Photos Express, September 22

    Vanessa Bryant’s lawsuit alleges that at least eight deputies took and shared graphic photographs of the victims.

  15. City in California Reaches $4 Million Settlement in Fatal Police Shooting Express, September 22

    Miles Hall, 23, was killed after his family called the police in Walnut Creek as he was experiencing a mental health crisis.

  16. What to Know About California’s Unemployment System ‘Reset’ National, September 22

    Tuesday: The state’s unemployment system has been overwhelmed. Officials are trying to fix it. Also: A wildfire update.

  17. Bringing the Ocean’s Midnight Zone Into the Light Science, September 22

    The Monterey Bay Aquarium has learned how to raise the deepest sea life to the surface and keep it alive for display.

  18. How One District Reopened Its Classrooms National, September 21

    Most lower-income students are learning online. But in Cajon Valley, Calif., they’re back in school. Here’s how they did it.

  19. $990,000 Homes in California Real Estate, September 21

    A 1926 Tudor Revival in Santa Ana, a Spanish-style house in Solvang and a townhouse overlooking a golf course in Danville.

  20. What You Get for $990,000 in California Slideshow, September 21

    A 1926 Tudor Revival in Santa Ana, a Spanish-style house in Solvang and a townhouse overlooking a golf course in Danville.

  21. An Update on Project Roomkey in Tuolumne County National, September 21

    Monday: A pandemic program publicized by the state faced challenges in implementation.

  22. Pandemic, Unrest, Fires? An M.L.B. Rookie Still Smashes Home Runs Sports, September 21

    Kyle Lewis of the Seattle Mariners is a top contender for the American League Rookie of the Year Award in a shortened season upended by postponements and delays.

  23. Emmys Toast ‘Watchmen’ and ‘Schitt’s Creek’ as Stars Stay Home Culture, September 20

    HBO’s ‘Succession’ won best drama. But ‘Schitt’s Creek,’ which swept the comedy awards, and ‘Watchmen,’ with its socially resonant themes, stole the show.

  24. How California Became Ground Zero for Climate Disasters Climate, September 20

    The engineering and land management that enabled the state’s tremendous growth have left it more vulnerable to climate shocks — and those shocks are getting worse.

  25. How California Became Ground Zero for Climate Disasters Climate, September 20

    The engineering and land management that enabled the state’s tremendous growth have left it more vulnerable to climate shocks — and those shocks are getting worse.

  26. How One District Got Its Students Back Into Classrooms National, September 20

    Cajon Valley in California is doing something that many lower-income districts have postponed: offering in-person instruction.

  27. Anchor the Week With Audre Lorde and Chinese Lute Music At Home, September 19

    You could also check out a Sims-inspired art show, get the expert take on Fashion Week or try a TrapAerobics class.

  28. Mount Wilson Observatory Survives a Trial by Fire Science, September 19

    The birthplace of modern cosmology “has been declared safe” from the wildfires that have ravaged the surrounding area in Southern California.

  29. ‘This Does Not Look Good for Children’: Fires Pose Risk to Young Lungs Science, September 18

    The wildfires blazing in the West could hinder developing lungs, worsen asthma and even lead to the condition in those who don’t have it but are genetically disposed to it.

  30. Special Episode: ‘An Obituary for the Land’ Podcasts, September 18

    “I will mark my heart with an ‘X’ made of ash that says, the power to restore life resides here.”

  31. Streaming Kindergarten on TikTok National, September 18

    Teachers are posting videos of the extraordinary energy required keep young learners engaged and amused.

  32. Oregon Rain Brings New Threat After the Fires: Landslides Climate, September 18

    Heavy downpours can bring destructive mudslides now, or in years to come.

  33. Wildfires Grow in Southern California and Oregon Video, September 18

    Videos show the continued spread of fires near Los Angeles and in parts of Oregon.

  34. Housekeepers Face a Disaster Generations in the Making Sunday Business, September 18

    Ghosted by their employers, members of the profession are facing “a full-blown humanitarian crisis — a Depression-level situation.”

  35. Firefighter Dies in Blaze Sparked by Gender-Reveal Celebration National, September 18

    The firefighter died while battling the El Dorado Fire, which was started by a pyrotechnic device in Southern California.

  36. How to Help Victims of the California Wildfires National, September 18

    There are a number of ways to help, including donating to relief organizations and signing up to host displaced community members.

  37. Wildfires Are Latest Risk in the Rewarding Quiet of Gold Country National, September 18

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

  38. California, the Most Calamitous Place on Earth Op Ed, September 18

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

  39. La historia de amor de dos inmigrantes: cómo se conocieron los padres de Kamala Harris en Español, September 18

    Donald Harris y Shyamala Gopalan crecieron bajo el dominio colonial británico en lugares opuestos del planeta. Ambos llegaron a Berkeley anhelando una formación profesional y formaron parte de un círculo intelectual que moldeó el resto de sus vidas

  40. How Postpartum Breast Cancer Changed My Parenting Plans Parenting, September 17

    Looking after two small kids while going through chemotherapy is the hardest thing I’ve ever done.

  41. Biden y Trump encuentran en los incendios forestales un nuevo frente en la batalla por los suburbios en Español, September 17

    Los incendios no solían ser un tema en las campañas presidenciales. Hasta ahora: Biden está posicionando el asunto para atraer votantes preocupados por el cambio climático.

  42. Disasters on Two Coasts: How to Help Express, September 17

    With fires on the West Coast and floods on the Gulf Coast, relief organizations are providing meals and shelter to devastated communities. If you want to give aid, here are some research pointers.

  43. Wildfires Are Among 4 Recent Disasters Costing at Least $1 Billion National, September 17

    Firefighters were making progress against several significant wildfires in California and Oregon, hopeful that changing weather conditions would help rather than hinder efforts.

  44. Taking Stock After a Historic Month of Fire National, September 17

    Thursday: The August Complex, California’s largest fire ever, started burning a month ago.

  45. As Wildfires Rage, California Presses Insurers to Cut Rates Climate, September 16

    But the changes could backfire, experts say, pushing more insurers to stop offering coverage in areas where fire risk is rising because of climate change.

  46. Firefighters in California and Oregon Struggle to Contain Wildfires Video, September 16

    Wildfires continue to devastate California and Oregon with vast amounts of thick smoke polluting the air.

  47. Blazes on West Coast Scorch Habitats for Endangered Species National, September 16

    The fast-moving fires have wiped out critical populations of endangered species and incinerated native habitats that may take years to recover.

  48. How Much Will the Wildfires Cost? National, September 16

    Wednesday: Measuring the damage is critical for making better policy choices in the future, one expert says.

  49. Incendios en California: consejos para protegerte del humo en Español, September 16

    El humo de los incendios forestales propaga la miseria, y los problemas de salud, mucho más allá de las zonas de incendios. Acá ofrecemos algunos datos y consejos clave.

  50. A New Front in the Biden-Trump Battle for the Suburbs: Wildfires Politics, September 15

    An issue that has always been on the sidelines in presidential campaigns may be coming to the forefront as Joseph Biden seeks to cast climate change, not violence, as the real and immediate threat to the suburbs.

  51. Some of the Planet’s Most Polluted Skies Are Now Over the West Coast National, September 15

    Smoke from the wildfires in the West was also spotted high in the skies over Washington, D.C. Firefighters continued to battle blazes that were still spreading.

  52. How to Fight a Wildfire: Grueling Work and Managing Risks Climate, September 15

    Basic firefighting techniques have changed little in decades — but fires themselves are now changing as the world warms, complicating an already perilous profession.

  53. The Wildfires Show That Stopping Climate Change Is No Longer Enough Op Ed, September 15

    We have to adapt to it, too.

  54. Diversity Push Barely Budges Corporate Boards to 12.5%, Survey Finds Business, September 15

    Despite pledges to nominate more members of underrepresented ethnic and racial groups, companies have made little progress over the last five years.

  55. The Perfect Moment for Vegan Tacos Dining, September 15

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

  56. Southern California Battles Fires Video, September 15

    The wildfires in California have continued to spread, and forced evacuations in Los Angeles County.

  57. Irene Neuwirth, Jewelry Designer — and Champion Equestrian T Style, September 15

    More than two decades since she last set foot in a stable, Neuwirth is finally back in the saddle.

  58. Wildfires Live Updates: Month of Foul Air in Bay Area; Smoke Crosses U.S. National, September 15

    The wildfires raging on the West Coast are an all but inescapable crisis around the country, with at least 27 people dead in three states, and smoke haze reaching as far as New York City.

  59. More Than Five Million Acres Have Burned in West Coast’s Wildfires National, September 15

    The wildfires have smothered Washington State, Oregon and California neighborhoods with some the dirtiest air on the planet. Haze has even reached as far as New York City.

  60. What Happened During Trump’s Visit? U.S., September 15

    Tuesday: Although the governor and the president were polite, they disagreed about the reality of climate change.

  61. What Happened During Trump’s Visit to California? National, September 15

    Tuesday: Although the governor and the president were polite, they disagreed about the reality of climate change.

  62. As Trump Again Rejects Science, Biden Calls Him a ‘Climate Arsonist’ Washington, September 14

    The president visited California after weeks of silence on its wildfires and blamed the crisis only on poor forest management, not climate change. “I don’t think science knows” what is happening, he said.

  63. 3 Takeaways From the New York Times/Siena College Poll Politics, September 14

    President Trump and Joe Biden can both point to advantages in our new poll of Minnesota, Nevada, New Hampshire and Wisconsin.

  64. A Los Angeles Winemaker Heads in a New Direction Dining, September 14

    The vintner Mark Blatty has experimented with a white wine blend, Aurora, after focusing on reds.

  65. ‘Climate Change Is Real,’ Newsom Tells Trump at Briefing Video, September 14

    During a meeting with local and state wildfire officials in California, Gov. Gavin Newsom politely disagreed with President Trump’s view on climate change.

  66. How China Brought Almost 200 Million Students Back N Y T Now, September 14

    We’re also rounding up thought-provoking ideas about Covid-era education, and bringing you the latest local updates for K-12 and college.

  67. How China Got Almost 200 Million Students Back to School U.S., September 14

    A forceful, command-and-control approach that brooks no dissent

  68. How to Get Better Air Quality Interactive, September 14

    Breathing particulates is never good for your health, and in a disaster like the California wildfires, the risks are severe.

  69. ‘It’s the Worst Thing I’ve Ever Seen,’ Oregon Resident Says Video, September 14

    Wildfires continued to burn over the weekend, leaving dire conditions for California and Oregon.

  70. For Prisoners in the West, the Virus and the Wildfires Are Colliding Threats National, September 14

    Prisoners are more vulnerable than ever to the twin crises of the pandemic and a historic wildfire season.

  71. When Will the Air Quality Get Better? National, September 14

    Monday: The advice is to take it hour by hour. Also: President Trump is set to visit California, where he’ll confront a reality he’s denied.

  72. Wildfires Are Reaching Once Tranquil Places on the West Coast National, September 14

    Lake Madrone in California and Scio, Ore., are among some of the communities forced to deal with wildfires after long avoiding them. Unpredictable wind gusts may spread the flames.

  73. $2.1 Million Homes in California Real Estate, September 14

    A Queen Anne Victorian in Berkeley, a ranch with horse facilities in Calabasas and a semidetached house a few blocks from the ocean in Newport Beach.

  74. What You Get for $2.1 Million in California Slideshow, September 14

    A Queen Anne Victorian in Berkeley, a ranch with horse facilities in Calabasas and a semidetached house a few blocks from the ocean in Newport Beach.

  75. Jerry Brown on a California Exodus: ‘Tell Me: Where Are You Going to Go?’ National, September 14

    From his ranch, the former California governor is experiencing the same smoky air wafting through much of the state. “We are causing this,” he declared in an interview.

  76. Jerry Brown on a California Exodus: ‘Tell Me: Where Are You Going to Go?’ National, September 14

    From his ranch, the former California governor is experiencing the same smoky air wafting through much of the state. “We are causing this,” he declared in an interview.

  77. As Wildfires Burn Out of Control, the West Coast Faces the Unimaginable National, September 13

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

  78. In Visiting a Charred California, Trump Confronts a Scientific Reality He Denies Washington, September 13

    A president who has mocked climate change and pushed policies that accelerate it is set to be briefed on the scorched earth and ash-filled skies that experts say are the predictable result.

  79. West Coast Wildfires Burn More Than 4 Million Acres Video, September 13

    More than 20 people have died in massive fires spreading through parts of California, Oregon and Washington.

  80. As Fires Disrupt Schools, ‘the Pandemic Has Actually Helped’ National, September 13

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

  81. ‘It Is Apocalyptic’: Fear and Destruction Grip the West Coast National, September 13

    President Trump will fly to California on Monday to assess the wildfires that have killed at least 24 people. In hard-hit Oregon, officials have warned that the death toll could climb.

  82. How Kamala Harris’s Immigrant Parents Found a Home, and Each Other, in a Black Study Group Politics, September 13

    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.

  83. What to Know About N.F.L. Week 1 Sports, September 13

    Some familiar faces joined new teams — looking at you, Tom Brady and Cam Newton — and young stars like Lamar Jackson are ready to pick up where they left off in a season unlike any other.

  84. California Deputies Shot in Ambush Are Expected to Recover, Authorities Say Express, September 12

    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.

  85. As the West Coast Burns, Communities Unravel With Each Death National, September 12

    The fires have killed at least 20 people, leaving families and communities devastated up and down the West Coast.

  86. Now It’s Not Safe at Home Either. Wildfires Bring Ashen Air Into the House. Science, September 12

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

  87. Dozens Missing Amid Wildfires as States Look to Weather for Relief National, September 12

    President Trump will visit California on Monday to be briefed about blazes that have burned more than three million acres. Tens of thousands of people have evacuated in Oregon.

  88. After a Pandemic Pause, ICE Resumes Deportation Arrests National, September 12

    The Trump administration says it is targeting criminals, but government data suggests that many others are getting caught up in immigration sweeps.

  89. Incendios incontrolables, cielos anaranjados y agua contaminada: el cambio climático se respira en California en Español, September 12

    Si hace una década el cambio climático era una noción algo abstracta, hoy es sumamente real para los californianos que huyen de los incendios forestales y están asfixiados por una manta de humo, en el peor año de incendios que se ha registrado.

  90. In This Woodpecker Kingdom, War Is a Spectator Sport Science, September 12

    When prime habitat is up for grabs, acorn woodpeckers travel from all around to see who will win.

  91. A Line of Fire South of Portland and a Yearslong Recovery Ahead National, September 11

    Firefighters continued to battle blazes along the West Coast that have now charred nearly five million acres. At least 17 people are dead, with dozens still missing.

  92. A Lifeline to the Jobless Has Problems With Fraud, and With Math Business, September 11

    An emergency federal program faces growing issues with spurious claims, and the flood of applicants may have led to overcounting the unemployed.

  93. The Raging Wildfires in the West Letters, September 11

    Readers urge action on climate change, worry about the economic impact on Napa wineries and praise police officers helping with evacuations.

  94. A Favorite Teacher Lost N Y T Now, September 11

    Educators’ deaths are part of an unabated pandemic.

  95. Devastation From Historic Wildfires Grows Out West Video, September 11

    The fires have burned millions of acres and destroyed towns in California, Oregon and Washington State.

  96. Suspect Is Charged With Arson in Oregon Wildfire National, September 11

    Oregon’s governor said there were concerns for dozens of people reported missing in a state where more than a million acres have burned. California and Washington State are also battling fires.

  97. Protecting Your Property From Wildfires National, September 11

    There are measures you can take to protect your home ahead of wildfires, but you must evacuate if ordered to do so.

  98. A Self-Perpetuating Cycle of Wildfires Podcasts, September 11

    A pattern of building and rebuilding has increased the destructiveness of the fires ravaging the American West.

  99. California’s Air Quality Is Poor. Here’s How to Protect Yourself. Climate, September 11

    Wildfire smoke spreads misery, including health problems, far beyond fire zones. We have key facts and tips.

  100. For Hotels, Cleaning Is Key. But Cleaners Say Their Jobs Are Under Assault. Travel, September 11

    The hotel industry says doing away with daily room cleanings keeps guests and staff safe. But housekeepers say it is a step toward cutting earnings and job security.

  101. States Are in Desperate Search for Help Battling Record Wildfires National, September 10

    With millions of acres ablaze across the West Coast, states are having a tough time finding available fire crews. California resorted to calling in a team of firefighters from Israel.

  102. A Climate Reckoning in Fire-Stricken California National, September 10

    If climate change was a somewhat abstract notion a decade ago, today it is all too real for Californians fleeing wildfires and smothered in a blanket of smoke, the worst year of fires on record.

  103. Unemployment Claims Send Another Worrisome Note Business, September 10

    Filings for benefits reflect continued layoffs and a sluggish recovery. “The numbers are going in the wrong direction,” one economist said.

  104. States Are in Desperate Search for Help Battling Record Wildfires National, September 10

    With millions of acres ablaze across the West Coast, states are having a tough time finding available fire crews. California resorted to calling in a team of firefighters from Israel.

  105. In Photos: Historic Wildfires Rage in California, Oregon and Washington National, September 10

    With at least 15 dead, hundreds of thousands were under evacuation orders as fires ravaged the West Coast.

  106. In Photos: Wildfires Ravage California, Oregon and Washington National, September 10

    Fires continued to blaze up and down the West Coast, destroying neighborhoods and forcing mass evacuations as firefighters struggled to contain them.

  107. Cómo empezaron los incendios en Estados Unidos y más respuestas a tus dudas en Español, September 10

    Los incendios forestales se extienden por California, Washington y Oregón a un ritmo asombroso. Esto es lo que tienes que saber sobre cómo comenzaron y lo que puedes hacer para protegerte.

  108. Los incendios ocultaron el sol en la bahía de San Francisco en Español, September 10

    Por todo el norte de California, las columnas de humo de un incendio forestal que atravesó las estribaciones de la Sierra Nevada se elevaron a la atmósfera y convirtieron el día en un espeluznante crepúsculo.

  109. Fires Ravage Western States Video, September 10

    Wildfires in California, Oregon and Washington State have killed at least seven people, and there are growing fears more have died in towns that have been destroyed.

  110. Record Wildfires Ravage Three States Video, September 10

    Wildfires in California, Oregon and Washington State have killed at least seven people, and there are growing fears more have died in towns that have been destroyed.

  111. Wildfires Live Updates: Destructive Oregon Fire Investigated as Arson National, September 10

    As wildfires raged up and down the West Coast, officials said one of the most damaging fires may have been deliberately set.

  112. 10 Dead in California as Wildfires Spread on West Coast National, September 10

    More than three million acres have burned in California, and officials said one of the most damaging fires in Oregon may have been deliberately set.

  113. What to Know About the Wildfires National, September 10

    Thursday: Taking a step back to answer questions.

  114. Cleaners Demand Harassment Safeguards From the Booking Service Handy Business, September 10

    Workers for a home services company say they face sexual harassment and unfair fees. A civil rights group is asking California regulators to step in.

  115. These Changes Are Needed Amid Worsening Wildfires, Experts Say Climate, September 10

    The blazes scorching the West highlight the urgency of rethinking fire management policies, as climate change threatens to make things worse.

  116. A Photographer Works to the Sound of Falling Trees Summary, September 10

    Fire tore through Big Basin Redwoods State Park. I went to see what it left behind.

  117. Introducing ‘Sway’ With Kara Swisher Op Ed, September 10

    A new podcast about power: who has it, who’s been denied it and who dares to defy it.

  118. Wildfires Bring New Devastation Across the West National, September 9

    A record 2.5 million acres have burned in California, while entire communities in Oregon and Washington were largely wiped out.

  119. California, Washington and Oregon Fire Tracking Maps Interactive, September 9

    Maps showing the major fires are burning in the western states.

  120. How the Wildfires Started, and Other Answers You Need National, September 9

    Wildfires are spreading across California, Washington and Oregon at an astonishing rate. Here is what you need to know about how they started and what you can do to protect yourself from the smoke.

  121. ‘It Looks Like Doomsday’: California Residents React to Orange Sky Video, September 9

    Northern California was cast in an orange glow on Wednesday from the wildfires devastating the area.

  122. Wildfires Blot Out Sun in the Bay Area National, September 9

    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.

  123. ‘A Nuclear Winter’ Over Bay Area, as Wildfires Blot Out the Sun National, September 9

    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.

  124. The ‘Straightforward’ Link Between Climate and California’s Fires Climate, September 9

    Also this week: They led the E.P.A. as Republicans. Now, they’re backing Biden.

  125. Drag Queens Deliver Dinner and a Show in San Francisco Express, September 9

    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.

  126. Live Updates: California Wildfire Explodes in Size; Hundreds of Homes Lost in Oregon National, September 9

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

  127. 7 People Die in West Coast Wildfires National, September 9

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

  128. Reform the Police? Guess Who Funds My State’s Officials Op Ed, September 9

    If the protests are to translate into laws, contributions for politicians from law enforcement must become toxic rather than coveted.

  129. ‘You Couldn’t See Anything’: Harrowing Helicopter Rescues as California Wildfires Rage National, September 8

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

  130. 7 Fatally Shot at California House Where 1,000 Pounds of Marijuana Is Found Express, September 8

    The illegal marijuana trade remains a constant and deadly presence, the Riverside County sheriff said.

  131. Mark Bradford Reveals New Paintings Quarantined in a Grain Tower Culture, September 8

    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.

  132. The Climate Connection to California’s Wildfires Climate, September 8

    As fires spread through California during a global pandemic, read some of our past coverage about what’s causing them and what might help contain them.

  133. Mark Bradford Reveals New Paintings Quarantined in a Grain Tower Culture, September 8

    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.

  134. Una fiesta para dar conocer el sexo de un bebé termina en incendio. Ya había pasado antes en Español, September 8

    El incendio en El Dorado, California, comenzó cuando una familia usaba un “dispositivo pirotécnico” para anunciar el sexo de un bebé, dijeron las autoridades.

  135. ‘Everything Gone’: Fires Tear Through the West Video, September 8

    Wildfires wreaked havoc in states including California, Washington, Colorado and Oregon over the weekend.

  136. Wildfires Lead to Helicopter Rescues in California and Destruction in Washington National, September 8

    Extreme weather battered the Western United States on Tuesday, with fires along the Pacific Coast and snow falling in Colorado.

  137. Fire and Heat Hit California, Again National, September 8

    Tuesday: Over the holiday weekend, another record-shattering heat wave slammed the West Coast and new fires erupted across California.

  138. A Gender-Reveal Celebration Is Blamed for a Wildfire. It Isn’t the First Time. Express, September 7

    The El Dorado fire in California ignited as a family was using a “pyrotechnic device” to announce the gender of a new baby, the authorities said.

  139. Wildfires Blaze Across California Video, September 7

    Fire crews faced wildfires from near the Mexico border to the Sierra Nevada that burned thousands of acres and spread thick smoke throughout the state.

  140. California Wildfires: Extreme Heat Turns State Into a Furnace National, September 7

    Fires burning from near the Mexico border to the forests of the Sierra Nevada spread a curtain of smoke over California on Monday.

  141. $430,000 Homes in California Real Estate, September 7

    A three-bedroom condo in La Quinta, a one-bedroom condo in Marin County and a remodeled ranch house in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains.

  142. What You Get for $430,000 in California Slideshow, September 7

    A three-bedroom condo in La Quinta, a one-bedroom condo in Marin County and a remodeled ranch house in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains.

  143. Heat Wave Roasts Southern California With Record of 121 Degrees Express, September 6

    Los Angeles County set a new high temperature as a cooling sea breeze remained trapped offshore, according to the National Weather Service.

  144. Helicopters Rescue About 200 Trapped in California Wildfire Express, September 6

    “We had to splash water on our hair because our hair was catching on fire,” one evacuee said of the harrowing escape from the Creek Fire. The governor declared an emergency.

  145. A Growing Number of Catholic Schools Are Shutting Down Forever National, September 5

    About 150 Catholic schools have closed nationwide citing insurmountable financial pressures from the coronavirus pandemic.

  146. Coronavirus Briefing: A Summer of Lost Opportunity N Y T Now, September 4

    The U.S. failed to stamp out the virus before the dangerous autumn and winter months.

  147. California Is Dangerously Hot This Weekend Express, September 4

    Temperature records were set in parts of the Western United States. They might be followed by wind that could worsen fires in California, or storms that could bring snow in Colorado.

  148. The Work Diary of 88rising’s Pan-Cultural Hitmaker Sunday Business, September 4

    Sean Miyashiro used to drive around listening to music, pretending it was off his own label. Now it’s come true.

  149. Overlooked No More: Before Kamala Harris, There Was Charlotta Bass Obits, September 4

    She was the first Black woman to run for vice president, in 1952. She was also a pioneering journalist.

  150. I Live in California. How Do I Know It’s Safe to Go Outside? Op Ed, September 4

    A high-tech sensor network brought me closer to the natural cycles of my environment.