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Health Care Attacks Get Personal and 2 Other Takeaways From the Third Democratic Debate

health care attacks get personal and 2 other takeaways from the third democratic debate
Ten of the Democratic presidential candidates shared a stage on Thursday evening at Texas Southern University in Houston for the third round of debates. Moderators pressed candidates on questions..
The Wrap - Published

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•Insurance companies in California are choosing not to renew homeowners' policies because of wildfire risk.
Mondaq - Published

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Philadelphia Zoo Conservation Efforts Helping Fight Amazon Fires [Video]Philadelphia Zoo Conservation Efforts Helping Fight Amazon Fires

John McDevitt reports.

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In Brazil's Amazon, Fires Threaten The Environment And Way Of Life [Video]In Brazil's Amazon, Fires Threaten The Environment And Way Of Life

In the forested Acre state, searing fires and the president's development plans stir memories of an environmental martyr for the Amazon.

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In Brazil's Amazon, Fires Threaten The Environment And Way Of Life [Video]In Brazil's Amazon, Fires Threaten The Environment And Way Of Life

In the forested Acre state, searing fires and the president's development plans stir memories of an environmental martyr for the Amazon.

Credit: Rumble     Duration: 03:04Published

Indigenous tribes pray to end Amazon fires [Video]Indigenous tribes pray to end Amazon fires

As thousands of fires ravage the Amazon, the world's largest rainforest, some indigenous tribes are turning to prayer in a bid to halt the destruction and protect their environment for future..

Credit: Rumble     Duration: 01:41Published

Watch: Brazilian soldiers rescue animals from Amazon fires [Video]Watch: Brazilian soldiers rescue animals from Amazon fires

The forest is home to 1,500 species of birds, 500 species of mammals and 550 of reptiles.

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Amazon fires scorch Bolsonaro's reputation abroad, but not in Brazil [Video]Amazon fires scorch Bolsonaro's reputation abroad, but not in Brazil

Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro may have drawn sharp criticism on the international stage for his handling of the wildfires raging in the Amazon, but at home the crisis may have fueled his..

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Amazon fires scorch Bolsonaro's reputation abroad, but not in Brazil [Video]Amazon fires scorch Bolsonaro's reputation abroad, but not in Brazil

Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro may have drawn sharp criticism on the international stage for his handling of the wildfires raging in the Amazon, but at home the crisis seems to have fueled..

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Amazon Fires: France, Ireland Oppose EU-Mercosur Deal 'in Current State' [Video]Amazon Fires: France, Ireland Oppose EU-Mercosur Deal 'in Current State'

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NASA Satellite Images Show Africa’s Congo Basin Has More Fires Than Amazon [Video]NASA Satellite Images Show Africa’s Congo Basin Has More Fires Than Amazon

While fires are affecting the world’s largest rain forest in the Amazon, new NASA images reveal that there are more fires in Africa’s Congo Basin. Veuer’s Justin Kircher has the story.

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Amazon fires have potential to affect the Midwest [Video]Amazon fires have potential to affect the Midwest

Amazon fires have potential to affect the Midwest

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Amazon deforestation risks 'disastrous effects on climate' [Video]Amazon deforestation risks 'disastrous effects on climate'

The continued deforestation of the Amazon as fires sweep through the world's largest rainforest could have a disastrous effects on the continent's climate, according to a Brazilian..

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Brazil Says It's Now Open To Accepting International Aid For Fires [Video]Brazil Says It's Now Open To Accepting International Aid For Fires

A day after President Jair Bolsonaro turned down aid, a spokesperson said the president is now willing to accept support to fight the Amazon fires.

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MorningLine: Amazon Fires P.1 [Video]MorningLine: Amazon Fires P.1

The Amazon is on fire, why you should care? On today's MorningLine, we are joined by Maria Luisa Jorge, an Earth & Environmental Science expert, as well as an expert on the Amazon, to talk about the..

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MorningLine: Amazon Fires P.2 [Video]MorningLine: Amazon Fires P.2

The Amazon is on fire, why you should care? On today's MorningLine, we are joined by Maria Luisa Jorge, an Earth & Environmental Science expert, as well as an expert on the Amazon, to talk about the..

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MorningLine: Amazon Fires [Video]MorningLine: Amazon Fires

The Amazon is on fire, why you should care? On today's MorningLine, we are joined by Maria Luisa Jorge, an Earth & Environmental Science expert, as well as an expert on the Amazon, to talk about the..

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MorningLine: Amazon Fires P.3 [Video]MorningLine: Amazon Fires P.3

The Amazon is on fire, why you should care? On today's MorningLine, we are joined by Maria Luisa Jorge, an Earth & Environmental Science expert, as well as an expert on the Amazon, to talk about the..

Credit: NewsChannel 5 Nashville     Duration: 12:43Published

Amazon Fires: How did it start? [Video]Amazon Fires: How did it start?

Credit: FRANCE 24 English     Duration: 01:38Published

Forest floor scattered with ash and dead animals as Bolivia battles its own vast Amazon fires [Video]Forest floor scattered with ash and dead animals as Bolivia battles its own vast Amazon fires

On the burned ground, dead animals are found and the others are running after a wildfire raged in the area

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Brazil rejected millions in Amazon fire aid [Video]Brazil rejected millions in Amazon fire aid

Brazil has escalated its war of words with global powers over the Amazon fires, announcing it would reject $20 million in foreign aid before the country's president appeared to contradict his own..

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Leonardo DiCaprio Talks Amazon Fires [Video]Leonardo DiCaprio Talks Amazon Fires

In Tokyo, actor-activist Leonardo DiCaprio says learning about the Amazon fires made him "depressed" as he vows to help save the environment.

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Leonardo DiCaprio Gives Millions To The Amazon [Video]Leonardo DiCaprio Gives Millions To The Amazon

Leonardo DiCaprio is paying it forward by donating $5 million dollars to help fight and repair the devastating Amazon fires. He and other leaders are calling countries to help fight any more..

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Brazil Turns Down  Amazon Fires Aid [Video]Brazil Turns Down Amazon Fires Aid

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is rejecting $20 million from the G-7 countries that’s aimed at helping with the inferno’s currently going on in the Amazon rainforest.

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Amazon Fires Continue [Video]Amazon Fires Continue

Amazon fires continue threatening locals

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Brazil Willing to Speak with France About Amazon Fires, If France's Macron Apologizes [Video]Brazil Willing to Speak with France About Amazon Fires, If France's Macron Apologizes

According to multiple reports, Brazil is willing to speak with France to discuss Amazon fires if the French president apologizes.

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Rain Will Not Be Enough To Extinguish Amazon Fires [Video]Rain Will Not Be Enough To Extinguish Amazon Fires

The world’s largest tropical rainforest is being ravaged by fire as the number of blazes have risen 79% this year. Meteorologists say weak rainfall is unlikely to extinguish the record number of..

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European space agency records Amazon air pollution

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — New satellite images show an increase in air pollution in the Brazilian Amazon while fires burned in the region last month. The European Space Agency on Monday published maps..
Seattle Times - Published

Out of fashion at H&M: Brazilian leather tied to Amazon fires

H&M joins Timberland and Vans brands in distancing themselves from Brazilian leather amid deforestation concerns
CBS News - Published

Trevor Noah Wants to Save the Amazon With Trump’s ‘Magic Sharpie’ (Video)

trevor noah wants to save the amazon with trump’s ‘magic sharpie’ (video)
On Thursday’s “The Daily Show,” Trevor Noah came up with a good use for Donald Trump’s obsession with whether or not Alabama was ever threatened by Hurricane Dorian — to help fix the ongoing..
The Wrap - Published

Is Brazilian Leather Out of Fashion? H&M Stops Buying Over Amazon Fires

One of the world’s largest retailers will cease buying leather from the country, where cattle farmers are blamed for their part in accelerating deforestation.
NYTimes.com - Published

Israel sends firefighters to help Brazil battle Amazon fires

JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel says it will be dispatching a team of firefighters to assist Brazil with combatting the fires that have consumed large swaths of the country’s Amazon rainforest. The Foreign..
Seattle Times - Published

Brazilian leader Jair Bolsonaro to skip Amazon fires summit due to surgery

Brazil’s leader may be eager to speak about the ongoing Amazon fires that have drawn the world's attention, but he will have to wait, because surgery is forcing him to skip a summit of regional..
FOXNews.com - Published

Bolivian bishops criticize 'predatory capitalism,' socialist Morales regime for Amazon fires (Fides)

“When we perceive that this catastrophe is the result of human action, we must exercise our prophetic mission to openly seek and denounce its causes,” Bolivia’s bishops said in a statement on the..
Catholic Culture - Published

Brazil’s Bolsonaro wants to discuss Amazon fires at UN

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro says he wants to discuss the Amazon fires that have drawn world attention at the next U.N. General Assembly in September. Bolsonaro told..
Seattle Times - Published

Amazon fires: French activists urge more Brazil action

PARIS (AP) — Pretending to be trees in the Amazon, activists marched through Paris urging Brazil’s president to do more to fight fires in the Amazon rainforest. Some 200 demonstrators walked..
Seattle Times - Published

Protect or develop? Amazon fires signal growing pressure

Fire is a way of life in the Amazon, highlighting strain between protecting and developing the rainforest
Newsday - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times

High-level Brazilian envoys in US to discuss Amazon fires

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro says his son, a congressman and foreign minister are in the United States to discuss possible U.S. aid for Brazil amid devastating fires in..
Seattle Times - Published

Amazon fires produce 220-degree scorched earth, dense smoke in new NASA images

The fires burning in the Amazon rainforest are exceedingly hot, according to a new report from NASA.
FOXNews.com - Published

Nordea puts Brazil bonds in ‘quarantine’ over Amazon fires

BERLIN (AP) — The biggest bank in the Nordic countries says it is suspending bond purchases from Brazil’s government amid concerns over the way the country is handling fires in the Amazon region...
Seattle Times - Published

Amazon fires spur Brazil to ban most burning for 60 days

Devastating fires that have scorched parts of the Amazon region and fueled global outrage have spurred Brazil's government to ban most legal fires for land-clearing for at least 60 days.
FOXNews.com - Published

Homes of indigenous tribes destroyed as Amazon fires continue to burn

Indigenous tribes living in the Amazon rainforest are being threatened by the fires burning across the region. Some are calling the inaction of the Brazilian government a genocide. Earther staff writer..
CBS News - Published

Brazil bans most burning for 60 days to curb Amazon fires

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — The Brazilian government has banned most legal fires for land-clearing for 60 days in an attempt to stop the burning that has devastated parts of the Amazon region. The official..
Seattle Times - Published

10 things you need to know before the opening bell

10 things you need to know before the opening bell
Here is what you need to know.  1. *Stocks are surging after China signals trade talks with the US could be back on.* The US and China are discussing in-person trade talks that were scheduled for..
Business Insider - Published

Brazilian indigenous speak out as Amazon fires rage

ALTAMIRA, Brazil (AP) — As fires raged in parts of the Amazon, Mydje Kayapo sat in a small boat looking out over the Curua River in the Bau indigenous reserve. The smell of smoke filled the air, and..
Seattle Times - Published

Amazon fires are not exactly burning 'Earth's lungs,' experts say

The Earth's lungs are on fire.
FOXNews.com - Published

Amazon Fires Continue Destruction of “Lungs of the Earth” Rainforest

amazon fires continue destruction of “lungs of the earth” rainforest
*TORONTO, CANADA / ACCESSWIRE / August 28, 2019* / As fires rage in the largest Rainforest in the world, global concern is mounting over the lack of preventative measures that could have been taken to..
Accesswire - Published

Amazon fires causing breathing problems in kids

Respiratory problems like pneumonia, coughing and secretion are particularly prevalent among children and the elderly
CBS News - Published

Smoke from Amazon fires causing breathing problems for children, the elderly in Brazil


Chicago S-T - Published

Focus on Brazil's Amazon fires, but a massive inferno rages next door in Bolivia

As Brazil’s Amazon fires continue to take center stage, another South American nation is battling its own catastrophic blazes, which have destroyed an area of land nearly as large as Lebanon. 
FOXNews.com - Published

As Amazon Fires Rage, Brazil’s Government Employees Warn of ‘Collapse’ of Protection System

Hundreds of environmental protection professionals in Brazil warn that budget and personnel cuts set the stage for a rise in deforestation and fires.
NYTimes.com - Published

As Brazil rejects help for Amazon fires, respiratory problems rise: Kids affected the most

Health concerns are growing, particularly among children, as the number of wildfires in Brazil has shot up in the last year.  
USATODAY.com - Published

AP Top Stories August 28

Here's the latest for Wednesday August 28th: Tropical Storm Dorian approaching Puerto Rico; Oxycontin settlement reportedly discussed; Brazilians concerned about respiratory illnesses from Amazon..
USATODAY.com - Published

Respiratory ailments rise in Brazil as Amazon fires rage

The fire is very close to Kayapo indigenous land located on the Bau indigenous reserve.
Newsday - Published Also reported by •SeattlePI.comSeattle Times

US prelates call for prayer, works of mercy in wake of Amazon fires (USCCB)

Echoing remarks by Pope Francis and the Latin American bishops, the president of the US bishops’ conference, joined by two committee chairmen, issued a statement on the Amazon forest wildfires.
Catholic Culture - Published

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