The National Housing and Urban Development has issued a new rule prohibiting smoking of any lit tobacco products, such as cigarettes, cigar and pipes, in all public housing units in the United States.
The ISS resupply mission cargo spacecraft, Cygnus will not only deliver goods to the ISS, but it will also serve as a safer venue for scientists to experiment with fire in space.
A six-year-old kid from Brooklyn suffered burns when a Samsung Galaxy Core Prime exploded while he was watching videos. This is another mishap that will surely give a headache to Samsung, as numbers of reported cases of their other phone, Samsung Galaxy Note 7, blowing up increases.
Scientists have discovered a new type of fire tornado called the "blue whirl." But unlike its counterparts, which pose a threat to life and property, the "blue whirl" is surprisingly eco-friendly and can even help in pollution and oil spills.
Baby turkeys got roasted too early for Thanksgiving Day.
NASA successfully completed its largest fire in space experiment called SAFFIRE-1.
Two men hospitalized due to the injuries got from massive factory fire in Revesby, New South Wales.
All 46 tourists aboard the Spirit of 1770 jumped into the sea on the Great Barrier Reef to escape the burning and sinking boat.
From campfires first built 35,000 years ago by our human ancestors to bonfires on the beach for roasting s'mores, people have been building fires relatively the same way for thousands of years. Humanity has known for some time what constitutes the "perfect fire," and now researchers are letting us in on the secret.
It took early humans years to master the art of cooking and realize that fire can make things taste better. And while our close relatives, chimpanzees, won't be making that cognitive leap anytime soon or ever, new research shows that they would make excellent cooks.
It turns out that fish sperm makes excellent flame retardants, according to new research.