Kayla's Morning Kickstart:
Potential missile testing
South Korean and Japanese governments are on guard today after North Korea fired two unidentified objects into the waters between the two nations. It's not clear what was launched, but South Korean and Japanese leaders believe they were missiles. If they're right, it would be the first missile test in nearly a month.
California wildfires get border hope from goats
More than 20 wildfires ravage California, closing in on neighborhoods and historic locations. Emergency responders are desperate to create a safe border for the fires, so they've reached out to goats for help. You read that right. Goats have joined the fight by eating the brush that would fuel the fire. About 200,000 citizens are still without power, and power companies are starting to receive criticism for how they've handled this situation.
Impeachment - To be, or not to be...?
The official vote to begin an impeachment inquiry is set for today. Though a vote is not legally required, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi believes that it is best because of the criticism lawmakers have faced thus far.
Recent criticism has not hurt Facebook's funds. In fact, they're doing better than ever.
The Washington Nationals defied all odds and won the World Series against the Houston Astros.
Daylight Savings is coming up.