{FD} California wildfire victims helped by Salvation Army, Red Cross

As wildfires still rage across Southern California, here’s what’s being done to help the victims.

{FD} A timeline of Sen. Al Franken’s political career

Here’s a timeline of key moments in Sen. Al Franken’s political career.

{FD} Southern California wildfires trigger mass destruction, hurting families, economy

In light of the Thomas Fire, here’s what you need to know about California wildfires.

{FD} Rex Tillerson’s career as secretary of state under Trump

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is expected to step down from his position in January. Here’s what you need to know about the former Exxon Mobil executive’s career as secretary of state ahead of his possible departure.

{FD} North Korea and Kim Jong Un: Meet the known key players in the regime

North Korea fired an intercontinental ballistic missile into Japanese waters, a U.S. official confirmed to Fox News on Tuesday. Here’s what you need to know about the key players in the regime.

{FD} Timeline of 2017 North Korea missile and nuclear tests

Read on for a list of North Korea’s missile and nuclear tests in 2017.

{FD} Supreme Court to hear anti-abortion and free speech case: A breakdown of NIFLA v. Becerra

Here’s everything you need to know about the free speech Supreme Court case National Institute of Family and Life Advocates v. Becerra.

{FD} Thanksgiving and politics: How to keep your red and blue family from fighting

Thanksgiving is a time for good company, delicious food and family. But for some, the fun and food-filled holiday can quickly turn contentious should a dreaded conversation topic arise: Politics.

{FD} Paradise Papers explained: Offshore assets of Apple, Queen Elizabeth II, others exposed in historical data leak

On Nov. 5, one of the largest data leaks in history revealed the offshore endeavors of some of the world’s most influential people. Here’s what you need to know about the Paradise Papers.

{FD} From the Trump administration to Queen Elizabeth II: Everything you need to know about the Paradise Papers

On Nov. 5, one of the largest data leaks in history revealed the offshore endeavors of some of the world’s most influential people. Here’s what you need to know about the Paradise Papers.

{FD} Texas gun law rules and regulations

Here’s what you need to know about Texas gun laws.

{FD} Kirt Webster accused of sexual harassment: What to know about the claims

Austin Rick recently claimed on Facebook that he was sexually harassed and drugged by Kirt Webster, a prominent publicist in Nashville.

{FD} Here are the Russian Facebook ads you might have seen during the election

The ads, which were seen by at least 10 million Americans, according to Facebook, are most likely associated with the Russian “troll farm” Internet Research Agency.

{FD} NYC attack timeline: From move to Florida to ISIS-pledged act of terror

In the late afternoon on Oct. 31, Sayfullo Saipov, 29, from Uzbekistan, drove a rented truck down a path filled with pedestrians and cyclists, killing eight people and injuring at least 12 others. Below is a timeline of the attack.

{FD} Taliban hostages Kevin King and Timothy Weeks: What to know

Kevin King, an American professor, and his Australian colleague Timothy Weeks were captured by the Taliban outside of the American University of Afghanistan in Kabul. As the two professors continue to be held hostage, here’s what to know.

{FD} 67-year-old woman loses 80 pounds, competes in ‘Tough Mudder’ race

Her advice? “You can do it, but you have to want it.”

{FD} Joy Villa mulls a run for Congress: What to know about the pro-Trump singer

Move over, Kid Rock: Pro-Donald Trump singer and performer Joy Villa may be entering the world of politics.

{FD} Memphis girl fondled by stranger while walking to school bus

A young Memphis girl was fondled by a stranger while standing at a school bus stop on Monday morning, police said.

{FD} New Jersey governor race: Who are Phil Murphy and Kim Guadagno?

The stakes are high in New Jersey as the state prepares to elect a new governor for the first time in eight years.

{FD} Richard Spencer speaks at University of Florida: What to know

Richard Spencer, white nationalist and self-described leader of the alt-right movement, gave an abbreviated speech at the University of Florida in Gainesville on Thursday afternoon.