An elderly dog whose home was burned down in the California wildfires was set to be euthanized before being rescued by a pet sanctuary.
Cal Fire Capt. Bennett Milloy also said that the death, the only one so far as a result of this El Dorado Fire, will also change the nature of the criminal investigation of the couple who hosted the gathering
The glacier section that broke off is 42.3 square miles. The glacier is at the end of the Northeast Greenland Ice Stream, where it flows off the land and into the ocean.
According to scientists, the three-month season from June through August 2020 was the Northern Hemisphere’s hottest meteorological summer, surpassing 2019 and 2016, which were previously tied for the hottest.
Biden said it's another crisis that Trump “won't take responsibility for.”
Matt Watts stands guard with a gun outside his home in Oregon after many of his neighbors evacuated. He says he's worried about looters. The fires have killed at least 33 people.
Wildfire smoke that posed a health hazard to millions choked the West Coast on Saturday as firefighters battled deadly blazes that obliterated some towns and displaced tens of thousands of people, the latest in a series of calamities this year.
White House officials exclusively tell FOX 11 Los Angeles that President Trump will visit California on Monday where he will be briefed on the state's wildfires.
The United Nations says the world is getting hotter and is getting close to passing one of the limits set by global leaders five years ago.
A record amount of California is burning, spurred by a nearly 20-year mega-drought. To the north, parts of Oregon that don’t usually catch fire are in flames.
To some, it seemed like an apocalypse and many wondered, "what happens next?"
Others around the Bay Area also documented hazy horizons, red suns and gray skies -- all the result of the raging wildfires burning around California, which as of this week had scorched a record-setting 2.3 million acres of earth.
After a slumber that stretched for more than six years, a geyser at Yellowstone National Park erupted once again last week.
Cal Fire Operations Chief Mark Brunton called the act "saddening" and said it's the last thing crews should have to experience while they're battling out of control fires with limited resources.
“But the forest is not gone,” Laura McLendon said. “It will regrow. Every old-growth redwood I’ve ever seen, in Big Basin and other parks, has fire scars on them. They’ve been through multiple fires, possibly worse than this.”
Danger loomed with the threat of thunderstorms and lightning forecast for Sunday that could spark new fires and overwhelm firefighters battling hundreds of fires throughout the state.
Some fires burning in that area were eating up the earth as fast as 1,000 acres an hour.
“Not only is the Greenland ice sheet melting, but it’s melting at a faster and faster pace,” said study lead author Ingo Sasgen, a geoscientist at the Alfred Wegener Institute in Germany.
Shedd Aquarium biologist Austin Happel explains why the Chicago River is seeing a resurgence of fish.
Canada's 4,000-year-old Milne Ice Shelf on the northwestern edge of Ellesmere Island had been the country's last intact ice shelf until the end of July when ice analyst Adrienne White of the Canadian Ice Service noticed that satellite photos showed that about 43% of it had broken off.