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An astronaut in space photographed the giant smoke plume from Australia’s fires. 70% of the country is covered in haze.
Australia is battling the worst wildfires in its history. The smoke is visible from the International Space Station.
Bushfire season in Australia began in September 2019 following a prolonged drought. Photos and detailed maps show when and how the Australian bushfires started.
Australia’s fires are 46% bigger than last year’s Brazilian Amazon blazes. There are at least 2 months of fire season to go.
Since September, 25 million acres have burned in Australia's unprecedented season of bushfires. Here's why the fires are so severe and unstoppable.
The New South Wales Rural Fire Service warned that the smoke is "likely to hang around for the next few days."
Firefighters saved a great horned owl from the California wildfires — but he didn’t look very happy about it
The owl was found by Ventura County firefighters just in time, but his displeased look hasn't gone unnoticed.
Researchers created an aluminum blanket that wraps around homes to prevent them from burning down in a fire
The blankets only last in the flames for about 10 minutes, but they could help protect homes in the future.
Hundreds of koalas are feared dead after a massive wildfire broke out in an Australian nature reserve
Experts at the Australian Koala Foundation have said that they believe no more than 80,000 koalas are left on the continent.
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 Kincade Fire has grown to 23,700 acres and is only 5% contained. About 2,000 people are currently under evacuation orders.