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California Regulators Back PG&E Bankruptcy Plan

By Ivan Penn

The vote increases the likelihood that the utility will resolve its case by a June 30 deadline and get future liability protection from the state.

The Amazon Will Soon Burn Again

By Bruno Carvalho

The rainforest and its Indigenous groups face existential threats, while criminals act as if they have license to plunder.

Church That Defied Coronavirus Restrictions Is Burned to Ground

By Nicholas Bogel-Burroughs

A message at the scene that said, in part, “Bet you stay home now,” has led the police in Mississippi to suspect arson.

PG&E Says Wildfire Victims Back Settlement in Bankruptcy

By Ivan Penn

The vote to accept a $13.5 billion deal will help the California utility resolve its bankruptcy in time to qualify for a state wildfire fund.

PG&E Says Wildfire Victims Back Settlement in Bankruptcy

By Ivan Penn

The vote to accept a $13.5 billion deal will help the California utility resolve its bankruptcy in time to qualify for a state wildfire fund.

Fire Consumes Storefront in Harlem

By Sandra E. Garcia

The fire started at 7:30 p.m. in a furniture store on 125th Street and Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard.

Los-angeles-fire-explosion

By Aimee Ortiz

All 11 firefighters were said to be in stable condition after a blaze at a building housing a smoking and vaping products wholesaler.

Coronavirus Lockdowns Strike Australia Residents Hit by Brushfires

By Livia Albeck-Ripka and Matthew Abbott

A double disaster unlike anything the country has seen before is raising concerns about victims’ mental health and safety.

Wildfires in Florida Panhandle Force Hundreds to Evacuate

By Christine Hauser

More than 1,000 residents were told to move away from fires that a state official called “extremely dangerous.”

His Day Job: Cory Booker’s Top Aide. His Night One: E.M.S. Volunteer.

By Lisa Lerer

When coronavirus cases rose in New Jersey, Matt Klapper, a former firefighter and ambulance crew chief, answered a call for retired medical workers to help out.

Colorado Paramedic Who Came to Help New York Dies From Covid-19

By Jenny Gross

For three weeks, Paul Cary transported coronavirus patients to hospitals by ambulance. He had already signed up for a second 30-day deployment in New York when he started feeling sick.

Lynx Numbers Are in Decline in the West

By Karen Weintraub

While the federal government weighs taking the Canada lynx off the list of threatened species, a new study points to reduced populations in Washington State, Colorado and Montana.

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