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10.9.19

The Company That's Caused California Wildfires Is Cutting Off Power to 2 Million People to Avoid Another One

The state of California allowed the PG&E to start charging customers billions more so it could upgrade its grid. The company still hasn't.

10.8.19

There's an 'Ecocide' Happening in the Fires at the Edge of the Amazon

Several species of plants and animals are known to live there and nowhere else.

8.1.19

The Site of One of the Largest US Oil Refineries Is on Fire

A petrochemical facility at ExxonMobil's Baytown, Texas complex burst into flames on Wednesday.

7.4.19

A Fire Wiped Out 45,000 Barrels of Jim Beam Bourbon

The bourbon-fueled blaze was so hot that it melted the headlights of attending fire trucks.

5.20.19

3 Fires at Jewish Centers in Massachusetts Were “Intentionally Set”

Two were at a rabbi's house — and one at a nearby Jewish center.

5.10.19

The Notre Dame Fire Caused Lead Levels in the Area to Skyrocket

Officials have stressed, however, that lead poisoning is typically something that happens over long periods of exposure.

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4.16.19

Here's what Notre Dame looks like after a 9-hour fire

Four hundred firefighters managed to save the structure as well as several important pieces of religious art.

4.16.19

What was destroyed and saved in Notre Dame's massive fire

The building's rose windows, the crown of thorns, and one of the world's biggest organs were all saved.

4.16.19

Heartbreaking photos show fiery destruction of Notre Dame cathedral

Parts of Notre Dame that had survived centuries of wars and revolutions caved to a massive fire Monday evening.

4.15.19

Some Dude Spent His Friday Night Lighting Cars On Fire In Edmonton

The Edmonton arsonist was tackled in a Starbucks by a mustached man in a Hawaiian shirt and a guy with a 2x4.

2.19.19

Seven Syrian Refugee Children Dead After Halifax House Fire

A neighbour of the family said the children’s ages range from three months to 17-years-old.

11.20.18

You Can See Smoke from the California Wildfires All the Way Over in NYC

It traveled 3,000 miles and formed a visible haze in parts of New Jersey and New York.

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