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Fox News 12 Sep 2020

Oregon fires could 'burn into the winter': Oregon official

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Matt Howard, Oregon Deputy Incident Commander, joins Eric Shawn on ‘America's News HQ.'


Good news for fans of Rocky the owl - the bird found in the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree has been rehabilitated and released back into the wild.

It's believed the feathered stowaway hitched a ride when the tree was being transported to New York City - and she'd gone three days without food or drink when she was rescued.

The Northern saw-whet owl was nursed back to health at Ravensbeard Wildlife Center, with plenty of fluids and "all the mice she could eat".
Rio's eased lockdown allows Samba into the street
QAnon's baseless conspiracy theories have repeatedly been debunked, but its ideas continue to spread online ahead of the 2020 presidential election. Jeff Sharlet, a Vanity Fair contributor and English professor at Dartmouth College, joined CBSN to discuss how the ideology is seeping dangerously into the American mainstream.
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has revealed a new five-level system for dealing with COVID-19 over the winter months.

The new alerts will begin from 2 November and will be reviewed on a weekly basis.

"If we allow the virus to run out of control, all other harms will be exacerbated. Everything we do must be consistent in suppressing COVID," she told reporters.

Levels of intervention range from 0 which is the "closest to normality" to level 4, closest to a full lockdown.

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