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Elon Musk is working to solve the ventilator shortage caused by the coronavirus — here are all the other humanitarian crises he’s tried to...
Elon Musk has pledged to fix a lot of humanity's problems. He's doing a lot of good — but not all of his solutions seem to be working.
California wildfire victims could become PG&E’s biggest shareholders after a settlement — and assume the financial risk of future fir...
Victims holding PG&E shares after the settlement face risks from a falling stock price or regulatory fines should PG&E equipment cause another fire.
A look at how Descartes Labs is leveraging AI to alert fire managers of wildfires and decrease the damage on homes and habitats across the US
Nine minutes. That's how fast Descartes Labs can spot a growing wildfire with artificial intelligence. It's a record speed, and the one to beat.
A couple wore protective face masks in their wedding photo during the California wildfires, and the striking image has gone viral
Curtis Ferland told Insider it was the last wedding photo that he and his bride, Katie, took before going indoors for their reception on Saturday.
A California couple who was forced to evacuate their home and winery share what it’s really like to endure the wildfires engulfing the state
California's Sonoma wine country dealt with destructive wildfires in 2017. Here's how one winery is dealing with 2019's Kincade Fire.
The fires have displaced hundreds of thousands of people and animals and hundreds of emergency workers remain on the ground.
A fire broke out on Monday morning near California's Getty Center and has spread to more than 600 acres, leading many residents to leave their homes.
Fires across California have been stoked by distinctly dangerous Santa Ana and Diablo winds. Here’s where they come from.
The Santa Ana and Diablo winds don't start out hot. But as they travel down from the mountains, they gather strength and heat.
Photos show the Saddleridge Fire as it ripped through 7,500 acres of LA’s San Fernando Valley, growing 800 acres per hour
Mandatory evacuation orders were put into place, affecting about 100,000 people as of Friday evening. At least 31 buildings have been destroyed.
A Los Angeles bush fire has burned over 7,500 acres and prompted evacuation orders for 100,000 people — here are the latest updates
About 13% of the fire has been contained. Over 1,000 firefighters are battling the blaze as it spreads across the San Fernando Valley.