Raging wildfires in the Pacific Northwest have fueled a barrage of false information this week as unsubstantiated social media posts blamed coordinated groups of arsonists from both the far left and far right for setting the blazes.
Others fear the pandemic is making plain what they have feared was happening unspoken: that the commitment to “Never Forget” is fading.
Police also have released a surveillance photo showing three suspects wearing full face masks and hoodies.
Oregon governor warns it could be the greatest loss of life and property from wildfire in state history.
The North Complex fire was one of more than two dozen burning in the California. including three of the five largest ever in the state.
A huge fire broke out Thursday at the Port of Beirut, triggering panic among residents traumatized by last month's massive explosion.
The current shelter was developed after the deaths of 14 firefighters who were overrun by flames on a Colorado mountain in 1994.
In Washington, more acres burned in a single day than firefighters usually see all year.
14 firefighters hurt, one critically, when a wildfire overran their position.
The fire prompted evacuations in parts of Yucaipa, a city of 54,000, and the surrounding area.