Inslee in California


Democratic presidential contender Jay Inslee on Monday toured the scorched remnants of homes destroyed in November’s Woolsey fire, portraying the devastation as emblematic of the risks posed by climate change.

The Washington governor, who jumped into the 2020 fray this month, is running a single-issue campaign trained on global warming, and betting the issue will resonate in California, which has been battered by destructive wildfires, mudslides, drought and flooding that have been exacerbated by the changing climate.