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Here’s the headlines:
Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn resigns– following reports he misled Vice President Mike Pence and other officials about his contacts with Russia. President Trump named retired Lt. Gen. Keith Kellogg as the acting national security adviser.
The United Nations General Assembly has condemned North Korea over its latest ballistic missile tests, and warned of further measures if the tests don’t stop.
Schools remain closed due to damaged spillway at Oroville Dam in California—For nearly 200,000 evacuated residents it could be up to two weeks before they secure an eroded section of Lake Oroville’s emergency spillway, sufficient to let them return to their homes without the threat of a catastrophic flood. This spillway was supposed to be the dam’s backup plan, and now fear that a pair of new storms expected to hit the state this week could negatively affect their progress.
Your favorite hike could be going away. Popular hiking spots face clear-cutting–Oyster Dome and Wallace Falls State Park may open to logging and clear-cutting later this year despite fights from conservation groups.
The Coast Guard has made the difficult decision to suspend the search for a Seattle-based fishing vessel in Alaska. The Coast Guard received an emergency signal from the 98-foot crab boat Saturday morning about 650 miles west of Kodiak, Alaska. Search crews arrived a few hours later and have been searching since for the boat and its six-member crew.