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The death toll in the California wildfires climbs to 44. Official results show: Arizona voted for a Democratic senator for the first time in 30 years. Amazon is on the verge of announcing its second headquarters.
Wildfires tear through northern and southern California. Florida recounts ballots in the races for governor and U.S. senator. And former first lady Michelle Obama's book, "Becoming," is out Tuesday.
The Trump Administration issued a rule to attempt to restrict migrants' asylum rights. Also, the latest on the Thousand Oaks shooting and potential election recounts in Florida and Georgia.
Jeff Sessions resigns as attorney general and is replaced by a Trump loyalist, Matthew Whitaker. It's the first major White House shakeup since Democrats won control of the House in the midterm elections. And convicted felons who have served their terms in Florida will now be able to vote.
Thirteen people are dead after a shooting at a bar in Thousand Oaks, Calif.
Democrats have taken the House in the midterm elections, and Republicans consolidated their control of the Senate. And in Florida, Republican Ron DeSantis, a Trump acolyte, won a hard-fought race for governor of the key battleground state.
It's Election Day: Republicans and Democrats have made their final case to voters, and Americans are heading to the polls. What's at stake and what are voters thinking?
President Trump has a full day of campaigning ahead of Tuesday's midterm elections. A legal battle begins over whether a controversial question remains on the 2020 census. And, Iran's president says they will sell oil and break U.S.-imposed sanctions.
In Florida, the ultimate swing state in national elections, 1.5 million people cannot vote, because they have a past felony on their record. And there is one way for people to try and get that right back: Ask the governor directly. We're sharing a bonus episode of Embedded.
With five days to go before voters go to the polls in the mid-terms, candidates are making their closing arguments. President Trump has his own closing argument and it's all about immigration. In Minnesota's 8th District, a longtime Democratic House seat is contested in this midterm. A lawsuit that has implications for affirmative action laws nationwide is wrapping up in Boston, where Harvard University is defending its admissions practices.