GNU Project page for Ddrescue explains that it is a data recovery tool which copies data from one block device to another. We can also use it to copy ISO data like Fedora live image to a USB stick. It’s much more graphical, as you can see in featured image, than dd which is why I prefer it.
The basic command goes like following.
$ sudo dnf install ddrescue $ sudo ddrescue -d -D --force Fedora-Live-KDE-x86_64-23-10.iso /dev/sdb
Make sure to go over man ddrescue for further usage information.