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Southern California Fires Uproot Hollywood Celebrities

Thousands of firefighters in California are battling deadly wildfires in northern and southern parts of the state. So far 56 people in the state have died as a result of the fires. Many more have lost their homes. The wildfires in Southern California have been sweeping through many affluent communities near Los Angeles. Some residents are now returning home. Among them, celebrities are who posting their thoughts and experiences on social media. VOA’s Elizabeth Lee reports from Los Angeles. Video Source: VOA NEWS

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First Asian American Presidential Candidate Scrutinized by Asian Americans

There are more than a dozen candidates running against U.S. President Donald Trump in the next presidential race, but one Democrat who is standing out in the Asian American community is entrepreneur, Andrew Yang. He is the first Asian American candidate to make a serious run for the White House. He has qualified for the next Democratic presidential primary debate near Atlanta, Ga., Oct.15 while other Democrats have not

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