Extreme heat and on-going drought have made Western wildfires a national challenge this summer, with smoke moving from coast-to-coast. The peak of fire season isn't even here yet.

Western Wildfires Have Destroyed More Than Last Year, And It’s Not Even Peak Season

By Lauren Sommer NPR
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