With a pay raise funded by the infrastructure bill stuck in bureaucratic morass, the agency is struggling to staff up to the full force it needs.
What to do when fuel for fires seems infinite, but resources to fight fires is decidedly finite?
Attorneys said they decided to pursue a civil prosecution instead of criminal charges to "maximize the return to the fire victims rather than to seek criminal penalties."
Duluth, Minnesota, is welcoming people who say they are moving away from places like California because of climate concerns.
Power lines and equipment have sparked devastating blazes. Now companies are asked to take stock of their aging infrastructure.
Managed burns take communication between federal officials and locals.
And the mass migrations could start within a decade, according to a new report from the World Bank.
Even the East Coast has had air quality issues due to this summer's wildfire smoke.
Better use of data could help insurers inform future policies.
On a farm in Oregon, they try to figure out what kinds of trees and shrubs produce the most flying embers.