A look back at the year’s most notable events, from wildfires in Australia, racial justice protests in the United States and a pandemic around the world.
From record-breaking wildfires to devastating hurricanes, human-driven climate change keeps killing us.
The Mountain View fire ravaged Walker, California, a mountain community near the Nevada state line, the week before Thanksgiving.
A California wildfire, the U.S. presidential election and murder hornet eradication round out this week's best images.
Southern California Edison said it was investigating whether its equipment might have sparked the Silverado Fire near Irvine.
"You no longer have to travel far to report on a climate disaster, as one will soon come to a neighborhood near you."
A relative said they were found in each other's arms.
The East Troublesome fire grew more than five times in size in a day, prompting traffic jams under orange skies as residents evacuated towns.
The fire spread into Rocky Mountain National Park as hot, dry, windy conditions persisted.
“THANK YOU,” one Republican ally told the president who has repeatedly threatened to punish California by cutting off wildfire assistance.