President Obama visited the wildfire-ravaged landscape in the foothills of Colorado Springs today, calling it a "major disaster," and pledged to release federal funding to the counties affected.
"The devastation is enormous," Obama said. "This community is obviously heartbroken."
The Waldo Canyon fire in Colorado Springs, now considered the most destructive in the state's history, has devoured 346 homes and killed at least two people.
The president traveled through the Mountain Shadows...Full Story