New York Charity Notches 500 Homes Repaired
Private donations have paid for major repairs to more than 500 Sandy-damaged...
Joaquin's Near Miss Highlights Forecast Uncertainty
U.S. forecasting models guessed wrong about Joaquin's track for several days — and...
Seven Years After Ike, Galveston Tears Down Ruined Houses
Galveston, Texas, turns to teardowns after running out of repair candidates.
New Deadline for FEMA Sandy Claim Review: October 15
FEMA is giving homeowners another month to request a review of their Hurricane Sandy flood insurance cases.
Coastal Areas Face "Combined Flood" Risk from Rain and Surge: Study
There's the risk of hurricane storm surge, and there's the risk of flooding from heavy rain. But what if they both happen at once?
Displaced by Katrina, New Orleans Residents Have Settled in Houston
Ten years ago, tens of thousands of Katrina evacuees landed in Houston — and decided to stay there.
Flooded Homeowners Wary of FEMA Claim Review Offer
Homeowners who have been through the flood insurance claims process once are...
Looking Back at Hurricane Andrew — 23 Years Ago
Monday marked the 23-year anniversary of Hurricane Andrew.
New York City Disputes FEMA Floodplain Maps
Thousands of homes have been misclassified as having a 1% or greater annual flood...
Could New Orleans Handle Another Katrina?
Experts question whether New Orleans is adequately protected. The city's rebuilt...