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Only one member of the crew survived, and the firefighting effort has drawn criticism, with the families of a dozen on the
On June 30, 2013, 19 firefighters from the Granite Mountain Hotshots were killed battling a wildfire near Yarnell, Arizona
The widow of one of the 19 "hotshot" firefighters who died in an Arizona wildfire in late June is being denied lifetime benefits by the city of Prescott, despite what she describes as her dead husband's full-time commitment to the force, CBS News reports.
(h/t Raw Story) The widow of one of the 19 "hotshot" firefighters who died in an Arizona wildfire in late June is being denied
The last known photo of the men, all members of the Prescott Fire Department's Granite Mountain Hotshots, shows one man standing
Americans are a rarity in the world in that they identify themselves not by human categorization but by an idea forged 237 years ago in the Declaration of Independence. A state of mind as much as a state of being is what enables the United States to be the premier nation of nations.
It’s when everybody leaves — funeral-goers, out-of-town family members, the media. “It’s that point in time when a fire chaplain
The terrifying spread of the deadly Yarnell Hill fire still raging near Yarnell, Ariz. is captured in this smoky time-lapse
The Monument fire has gutted at least 62 homes and a number of businesses, and an estimated 11,000 people were forced to
The harbingers of a warming planet vary across the American landscape. In the Gulf states, it's monster hurricanes. In the Midwest, swarms of tornadoes. In the East it's those killer heat waves and blizzards. But in the West, we just burn.