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Throughout US history, destructive wildfires have blazed through towns leaving damage, homelessness, and casualties in their wake.
Climate change just claimed its first bankruptcy — PG&E succumbs to fallout from the world’s most expensive natural disaster of 2018
Fires that claimed thousands of acres and hundreds of deaths has now all but destroyed the San Francisco utility, buckling under $52 billion in debt.
PG&E shares plummet after flagging bankruptcy plan and possible $30 billion in liabilities from California fire fallout
PG&E's CEO resigned Sunday, and the company on Monday confirmed its plans to file for chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Trump said ‘raking and cleaning’ forests would prevent more devastating wildfires. But the government shutdown is stopping the Forest Serv...
The government shutdown is wreaking havoc on President Donald Trump idea to prevent wildfires by "raking" as the Forest Service faces a lack of funds.
The three men from Bigge Crane and Rigging were fired on Saturday after they posted images of their time in Paradise, California, on Facebook.
The loss of their home in the fires inspired the singer to change how she thinks of Hemsworth as a partner and, in turn, change what she calls him.
The record-breaking year of deadly fires in California was stoked by distinctly devilish winds — here’s how they work
The Santa Ana winds don't start out hot, but as they travel down mountains they gather strength and heat, arriving on the coast ready to fuel flames.
California’s Camp Fire killed 85 people, but the death toll is still changing as DNA from remains gets identified
Two wildfires that scorched 250,000 acres in California are now 100% contained. The total death toll is 88, but at least 11 people are still missing.
Smoke from California’s wildfires is drifting across the US to New York — and it’s making pretty sunsets
Smoke from the California wildfires is billowing high into the atmosphere and drifting across America. Some particles have reached the East Coast.
This team of 17-year-old high-school seniors in California created a device that could help prevent future wildfires
The "Smart Wildfire Sensor" captures photos of fallen branches and leaves (known as "fuel"), using machine learning to categorize and determine wildfire threat levels.