Portland has been rocked by violent rioters and clashes with law enforcement, resulting in a negative impact for local restaurants and businesses. CNBC's Seema Mody reports.
While the geothermal industry in the U.K. is nascent, it is more developed elsewhere.
The unusually late and intense fire season in Colorado is part of a larger problem of worsening destruction fueled by climate change.
Firefighting tactics remain largely stagnant as some of the largest wildfires ever recorded rage across the west and dangerous smoke reaches as far as Europe. With humans at fault for nearly 85% of wildland fires in the U.S., what are the ways we're trying to get them under control? From better fire mapping on Google to new ways of attacking from both land and air, innovation needs a major boost if it will ever catch up with the rapid rate at which the west is burning.
The U.S. is halfway through wildfire season, and this year is already one of the worst. Human-caused climate change has made blazes more frequent and intense.
Wildfires, driven by climate change, are raging across the Western United States crushing local economies. It's a wakeup call for the Trump administration.
Thousands of evacuees have been displaced by deadly wildfires in Oregon, Washington and California. Fire crews continue to battle the fires while search teams are scour the ruins of incinerated homes for the missing.
A week after wildfires began consuming thousands of acres of land in Oregon, firefighters are still working to contain some of the most destructive blazes in the state's history.
Noah Diffenbaugh, earth science professor at Stanford University, explains why the wildfires in California, Oregon and Washington are growing out of control, and why these disasters are becoming more common.
Wildfires in California, Oregon and Washington State have continued to burn and left at least 15 people dead. In California, the August Complex fire is now the largest fire in state history. This comes amid the state's worst ever fire season. Firefighters from around the country have traveled to the West Coast to battle the ongoing fires.
Dozens of major wildfires are burning through the U.S. West Coast, destroying hundreds of homes and wiping out entire neighborhoods in two towns in Oregon.
There are unconfirmed reports that there may be some fires started by electrical equipment, according to the Portland General Electric. CNBC's Dom Chu joins 'Squawk Alley' to discuss.
The Justice Department inspector general said Thursday that it will conduct a review of the conduct of federal agents who responded to unrest in Portland, Oregon and Washington, D.C., following concerns from members of Congress and the public.
Trump and Attorney General William Bar have been criticized for federal law enforcement violently clearing Lafayette Square of people protesting on the heels of George Floyd's killing.
Dr. Ed Boyle is trying to keep a brave face for his staff, but his practice in Bend, Oregon, can no longer perform elective procedures.
Trump approved the expansion of travel restrictions against Iran and recommends Americans do not travel to regions of Italy and South Korea.
President Trump's press conferences comes after coronavirus concerns hit markets hard this week.
Manufacturing in China shrank at the fastest pace ever recorded in February, stung by the coronavirus outbreak.
There are now more job openings in the US than there are workers, but your chances of landing your dream job are better in some states than in others. Here are the top 10 best bets in 2019, based on CNBC's America's Top States for Business study.
These states are the most expensive places to live in America, according to CNBC's 2019 Top States for Business study released Wednesday. CNBC scored all 50 states based on an index of average costs for basic items ranging from groceries to housing.