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Fire crew shares video of what they encountered battling Santa Rosa blazeBerkeley firefighters thought they were responding to a grass fire, but instead, they drove into an inferno. One of the firefighters recorded the first moments on the scene. Neighborhoods eviscerated on the ground now look like grids of gray ash from the air. Adriana Diaz reports.
Hotel security guard breaks his silence on Las Vegas massacreA routine door check turned to terror for Jesus Campos, who spoke out Wednesday the first time since the Las Vegas shooting. In an interview with Ellen DeGeneres, Campos -- the first person shot that night -- told his story. Jamie Yuccas reports.
Lawyer who took on tobacco industry now turning to opioids fightMike Moore calls himself a "country lawyer from Mississippi," but don't believe it. He's a 65-year-old David who has found his next Goliath: the big drug manufacturers. Moore says the industry understated how addictive opioids could be. He took on tobacco companies in the 1990s and won a $246 billion settlement. Mark Strassmann reports.
New details about ambush in Niger that killed Green BeretsFour American heroes are now at the center of the controversy over the president's treatment of fallen soldiers and their families. They were ambushed two weeks ago in Niger, where the U.S. has hundreds of troops as part of the war on terror. David Martin reports on how it all went down.
Attorney General Sessions grilled by Senate Judiciary CommitteeAttorney General Jeff Sessions testified under oath Wednesday before the Senate Judiciary Committee for the first time since his confirmation hearings. The grilling quickly got around to Russian meddling in the U.S. election, and whether Sessions had misled the committee about his contacts with the Russian ambassador. Nancy Cordes reports.
NFL commissioner says "players should stand" during anthem, but won't force themNFL players say they have been kneeling during the national anthem to draw attention to racial and social inequality. President Trump has called them "disrespectful." NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said Wednesday he will not force those who have been taking a knee to stand during the anthem. Anna Werner reports.

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