"It’s a bit of a David and Goliath story."
The Thomas Fire that began on Dec. 4 left at least two dead, and helped sow the seed for mudslides this week that killed 18 more.
The Alaska senator is sneakily collaborating with the Trump administration in eliminating protections and handing sacred land to corporations.
As 2017 ends and 2018 begins, many of us reflect on the year that has past and think about the year to come. In the United
Firefighters continued battling the blaze over the holidays.
And in December, no less.
The monster Thomas fire might not be controlled until next month, officials warn.
The blaze has already cost nearly $89 million and claimed the life of one firefighter.
Beyond the many moments of disbelief and anger I have felt watching essential climate protections be rolled back this year
In addition to strong winds and dry foliage, human error can contribute to a fire’s damage, experts say.
Of the state's largest fires on record, this is the only one to occur in December.
Environmentalists say the land's development would harm 20 endangered plants and animals.
A 70-year-old woman died in her car along an evacuation route.