Breaking News and Developing Stories – November 9, 2018

FBI Investigating Company that Acting Attorney General was Involved in

The FBI is reportedly investigating a Florida company that is accused of scamming investors while acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker was on its advisory board – WSJ

Settlement Reached Between Both Parties in Arizona Senate Race

Arizona Republicans and Democrats have reached an agreement that will allow rural voters to fix problems with their ballots in the tight U.S. Senate race; counties have until November 14th to fix the issue – AP

Camp Fire in Northern California Continues to Burn

The Camp Fire in Northern California has burned down an estimated 2,000 structures, with 15,000 more threatened. 3 firefighters have been injured – CNN

Fire Burning Out of Control Towards Malibu

The fire has reportedly jumped the Pacific Coast Highway near Paradise Cove in Malibu – KCBS

The mansion used to film “The Bachelor” has reportedly been burned in the fire; the extent of the damage is not known. (source)

Dozens of homes have been burned down in Malibu by the fast moving Woolsey Fire; power has been cut out to many parts of the city – KABC

The fire has burned down the film location of the popular show “Westworld.” Firefighters are unable to access the locations due to the active fire – KCBS

Caitlyn Jenner’s Malibu home, which sits on a ridge overlooking the Malibu beach area, has reportedly burned down as part of the fire – TMZ

The City of Malibu is urging all residents to evacuate as the Woolsey Fire burns out of control and is heading into populated areas. (source)

Officials are working to make the Pacific Coast Highway change all lanes to one way towards Santa Monica to aide the evacuation. (source)

No Voter Fraud Found in Florida Counties

Florida Department of Law Enforcement says that it has not found any credible allegations of voter fraud in Broward and Palm Beach counties; no investigation will be launched – The Hill

California Gunman Posted to Social Media During Attack

Law enforcement say that the gunman that opened fire at Southern California bar, killing 12, posted to social media during the attack – AP

ACLU Files Suit Against Trump Administration

The ACLU has filed a legal challenge to President Trump’s new order denying asylum to migrants that cross the U.S.-Mexico border illegally – AP

Pipe Bomb Suspect Indicted

Pipe bomb suspect Cesar Sayoc Jr. has been indicted on 30 counts, including 5 counts of using weapons of mass destruction; he faces up to life in prison – AP

President Trump Looking to Replace Commerce Secretary 

President Trump is reportedly seeking to replace Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross by the end of the year – CNBC

Deaths Confirmed in Northern California Fires

Officials have confirmed at least 5 deaths in Northern California wildfire; all five were found inside of burned vehicles – AP

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