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Forget FIRE: A man who retired at age 34 with $3 million says the coronavirus pandemic might replace the early retirement trend with a new movement
One early retiree thinks the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic will see a growth in the DIRE movement: delay, inherit, retire, expire.
Toxic chemicals in your home could be linked to cancer, autism, and reproductive issues. Here are 4 of the most concerning.
An environmental health expert identified the chemicals that are most toxic to homeowners and consumers.
A fire broke out at near the Gare de Lyon train station in Paris and protesters are blocking firefighters from accessing it
Police on twitter blasted "unacceptable abuses committed on the margins of a concert" after a fire broke out at the Gare de Lyon station in Paris
Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway was burned by a fire last year — and it owns the insurer paying out for the losses
"The Bible instructs us to 'Let not the left hand know what the right hand doeth.' Your chairman has clearly behaved as ordered."
Eight people died when a fire broke out just after midnight in Scottsboro, Alabama. Most vessels at the dock had people living on board.
This thousand-year-old Aboriginal tradition of lighting fires could be a solution to fight Australia’s devastating bushfires
Aboriginal groups in Australia have been lighting their own lands on fire as part of a fire management technique dating back thousands of years.
Two people were killed, and Northwest Houston residents were jolted awake early Friday, when a manufacturing plant exploded.
Videos of the scene near the Diamond Head area of the island show a massive fire shooting flames and smoke into the sky as shots rang out.
After months of devastating bushfires Australia is finally getting rain, but it won’t stop the fires, and is bringing new extreme weather condit...
Firefighters welcomed rain in areas like Victoria and New South Wales. They say it is helping to weaken fires, but will not distinguish them.
Australia’s bushfires are producing so much smoke that NASA expects it to travel all the way around the world and return to Australia
NASA said the smoke from the fires devastating Australia had already traveled "halfway around Earth" last week, reaching South America.