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over 16,000 firefighters are continuing in the battle more than two dozen major wildfires in California.Smoke along in the entire west coast does make the air unhealthy for millions of pepople. There’s Portland call member station KQED reports there are reliefs_from San Fransico Bay Area. Today is the thirty consecutive unhealthy day in the Bay area over twice the previous record for the consecutive unhealthy alerts. However increasing winds mean the smoke is diminishing and official is expected to lift the advisory tomorrow, over the past months wildfires in California have killed 25 lives,destroyed 4,200 structures and set records for air pollutions in several areas of the state. While some residents will get a breather from, the uptaking winds combined with continued dry conditions have prompted an extreme danger warning for parts of North California. A reminder is fires here is far from over.
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over 16,000 firefighters are continuing in the battle more than two dozen major wildfires in California.Smoke along in the entire west coast does make the air unhealthy for millions of people. There’s Portland call from member station KQED reports there are reliefs_from San Fransico Bay Area. Today is the thirty consecutive unhealthy day in the Bay area over twice the previous record for the consecutive unhealthy alerts. However increasing winds mean the smoke is diminishing and official is expected to lift the advisory tomorrow, over the past months wildfires in California have killed 25 lives,destroyed 4,200 structures and set records for air pollutions in several areas of the state. While some residents will get a breather from, the uptaking winds combined with continued dry conditions have prompted an extreme danger warning for parts of North California. A reminder is fires here is far from over.

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With hurricane Sally slowly into a crawl off the gulf coast, official are telling residents in lowland area to get out now. Alabama governor KI said residents who can’t move out of near the mobile bay X along the coast. While Sandy is week somewhat, category 1 storm with 80 mile/h winds, Dan Brown, Hurricane specialist of national weather sevice, said Sandy slows foreword speed, just around 2 mile/hour, means that the storm will pick up a lot of water, and  generating potentially life threatening surfs.

“ we expect a storm surge is high as 4-7 feet, and rainfall amount could be 10-20 inches, with estimated amount of 30 inches along the coast to X, and southern Alabama, and X in Mississippi.

Sally is forecasted to land fall late tonight or early tomorrow near the Alabama and Mississippi state line.

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Justice department is open an criminal investigation into the book, written by former Trump national security advisor, John Bolton. NPR’s Carrie Johnson reports the probe is to examine whether the book contains classified information.

A federal graducy wash hand issue criminal and subpoena to John Bolton’s literature agency and its publisher, Simon Inturester. NPR confirms that the subpoena will be first reported by New York Times. The investigation marks a big turn in government’s flight against John Bolton.  The justice department suit to block his book in June. A judge denied that request, but said Bolton has gambled with national security and might have exposed himself to criminal liability.

President Trump has X Bolton,  quote, “ should be in jail for disseminating classified information. “

Authority are trying to seize the profits from his book.
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Bolton’s lawyer said the white house is retaliating for political reasons.

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1.    Over 16,000 firefighters are continuing to battle more than two dozen major wildfires in California. Smoke along the entire west coast has made the air unhealthy for millions of people. But as XX from member station KQED reports there are some relieving sigh for San Francisco Bay Area residents.
    Today is the thirtieth consecutive unhealthy air day in the Bay area over twice the previous record for consecutive unhealthy air alerts. However, increasing winds mean the smoke is diminishing and officials expect to lift the advisory tomorrow. Over the past months wildfires in California have killed 25 people, destroyed 4,200 structures and set record for air pollution in several areas of the state. While some residents will get a breather 短时间的休息, the uptaking winds combined with continued dry conditions 大风又干燥 have prompted an extreme fire danger warning for parts of North California, a reminder that fire season here is far from over.


2.    With Hurricane Sally slowing to a crawl off the Gulf Coast, official are telling residents in lowland areas to get out now. Alabama Governor Kay Ivey says residents who can't, need to move out of areas near Mobile Bay along the state's coast. While Sally has weakened somewhat to a category 1 storm with 80mph winds, Dan Brown, a hurricane specialist of National Weather Service, says Sally's slow forward speed, just around 2 miles an hour, means that the storm will be picking up lots of water, and generating potentially life threatening surf.
    “We are expecting a storm surge is as high as 4-7 feet, and the rainfall amount could be anywhere 10-20 inches, with isolated 个别的 amount of 30 inches along the coast of Florida Panhandle, southern Alabama, and southeastern Mississippi."
     Sally is forecasted to make landfall late tonight or early tomorrow near the Mississippi-Alabama state line.


3.    The Justice Department is open an criminal investigation into a book written by former Trump National Security Advisor, John Bolton. NPR's Carrie Johnson reports the probe appears to be examining whether the memoir 回忆录 contains classified information.
    A federal grand Jury in Washington has issued criminal subpoenas to John Bolton's literature agency and his publisher, Simon Inturester. NPR confirms the subpoenas which were first reported by the New York Times. The investigation marks a big turn in government's legal fight against Bolton. The Justice Department sued to block his book in June. A judge denied that request, but said Bolton had gambled with national security and that he may have exposed himself to criminal liability.
    President Trump has tweeted that Bolton, quote, "should be in jail for disseminating classified information."
    Authorities are trying to seize the profits from his book, the rumor at happened.
    Bolton's lawyers say the White House is retaliating for political reasons.


4.    Stocks gain ground on Wall Street, the Dow up 2 points, the Nasdaq grows 133.


5.    University of Michigan is now suing to stop a strike罢工 by graduate students instructors after they vowed to extend a walk-out罢工 there. The lawsuit filed by the school is seeking an injunction起诉寻求禁令以使研究生教师罢工停止 to halt the strike by the graduate employees organization, which represents some 2000 graduate students and instructors and assistants.  The University contends the strike is illegal. Union members say the school is not doing enough to prevent the spread of Covid-19.


5.    Scientists who track the activity of the Sun say it's officially moved into a new cycle. As NPR's XX reports, the so-called solar-cycle-25 is predicted to be about as common quiet as the last one.
    Giant flares and eruptions from the sun can cause space weather that interferes with everything from satellites to the electrical grid. The sun regularly goes through cycles of low-and-high activity. The cycles last about 11 years. Researchers with NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Adm now say a new cycle started last December. The current cycle is expected to reach its peak in around 5 years, but even then it should be about the same as the last one which was the weakest in around a century. Even if it's below average solar cycle however, the risk of extreme space weather doesn’t go away completely.


6.   Danish toymaker LEGO乐高 is not abandoning its plastic building blocks塑料积木, but the company is changing the packaging a bit. The company says rather than using plastic bags, sort the blocks inside boxes,it's twitching to paper. The change will take place over the next five years.
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