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Burned-out homes and a vehicle Burned-out homes and a vehicle stands in Paradise, California, on Thursday, Nov. 15, 2018. The number of acres burned in the blazes — including the Hill and Woolsey fires in Southern California, and the Camp fire in Northern California, which has killed at least 48 people and destroyed the city of Paradise — already is higher than the total burned in wildfires in 2017, A.M. Best Co. wrote in a report. (Photo: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg)

Updated 1:42 pm ET

President Donald Trump, who has blamed California’s forest management for last year’s disastrous fires, threatened to halt the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s assistance to victims unless that state changes its practices.

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