Since the Holy Fire ignited Monday in Orange County, Calif., the blaze ravaged more than 10,000 acres, destroyed at least 12 structures and forced more than 21,000 people to evacuate their homes by Thursday night. But amid all these grim and rising numbers , California's Department of Forestry and Fire Protection has listed just one cause: "human." Earlier this week law enforcement identified that human , arresting Forrest Gordon Clark on two counts of felony arson, one count of felony to...
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The U.S. Army has halted the process of discharging immigrants who enlisted under a program designed to recruit people with critically needed skills. Reports emerged in July that the Pentagon had canceled the enlistment contracts of dozens of these recruits. "Effective immediately, you will suspend processing of all involuntary separation actions," says the memo from Marshall Williams, the acting assistant secretary of the Army for manpower and reserve affairs. The program is known as...
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KScMUPuJHYs Early Saturday morning, if all goes as planned, 91-year-old Eugene Parker will watch a NASA spacecraft named after him blast off on an unprecedented mission to study the sun. "It's my first rocket launch, so that will be very interesting," says Parker, a retired astrophysicist who lives in Chicago. NASA has never named a spacecraft after a living person before. But Parker's colleagues say it's appropriate that this one bears his name. The Parker...