Afternoon news break Friday, 11 September 2020 14:59:12 CDT David-Braverman Chicago, General, Geography, Politics (0) Here we go: A wildfire currently burning north of Sacramento has become the largest in California history. National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases director Dr Anthony Fauci doesn't expect us to get back to normal until "well into 2021." Law professor Rosa Brooks reviews Bob Woodward's Rage and finds nothing surprising. The Kissimmee Star Motel outside Orlando, Florida, is a case study in the state's abrogation of its basic duties to its citizens, or the apotheosis of the Calvinist ethics governing a large section American politics. NPR follows up on the "instant" hospitals China built in Wuhan last winter. The BBC's Reality Check column asks if the president "kept his promises on the military." Finally, for only $875,000, you can own this contemporary, 2-story house...on top of an 8-story building.