You survived the fire but at 72, how do you start over?
Lilli Heart is staying with her friend, Claudia Damon, after her home was destroyed by the Camp fire, in Cottonwood, Calif., on November 19, 2018. (Marcus Yam/Los Angeles Times/TNS)
Trump goes there while pardoning turkeys. Of course he did
President Donald Trump pardons "Peas" from South Dakota at the National Thanksgiving Turkey pardoning ceremony in the Rose Garden of the White House on Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2018 in Washington, D.C. (Olivier Douliery/Abaca Press/TNS
Maryland hopes to recruit new hunters and promote conservation
Maurice Craft, Glen Burnie, readies his bow and arrows as he sits in his tree stand on Saturday, Nov. 17, 2018. Craft was one of the hunters taking part in a controlled deer hunt at the Patuxent Wildlife Research Refuge. (Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun/TNS)
Solomon Schechter students take part in film about Torah that survived the Holocaust
Jared Nathan, a Solomon Schechter Day School of Metropolitan Chicago second-grader, holds a Torah that will be featured in a movie, “The Tattooed Torah.” (Steve Sadin/Pioneer Press/TNS)
Hundreds flock to Massachusetts marijuana stores on opening day
Northampton, Ma. - 11/20/2018 - After arriving at 3 a.m. and being the first in line at NETA for an adult-use marijuana purchase, Northampton resident Daquaan Hamilton walks into the store with Dave Mech, dressed as Potsquatch. "The fact that I can walk out of this store and not be afraid of anything happening to me is pretty great," said Hamilton after purchasing a vape pen and some edibles. (Mark Mirko/Hartford Courant/TNS)
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