Record-breaking droughts, fires, and hurricanes have made the near-term effects of climate change a front-and-center issue across America.
The last few months have seen heavy rainfall in the Golden State, which could spell trouble for California’s dams.
An inside look at what it's like when austerity measures lead to direct cuts in your city's emergency services.
FEMA maps that dictate insurance premiums for millions of Americans are dangerously outdated. Can we get them ready before another Katrina or Sandy?
At least seven children died in Oklahoma this past week when two elementary schools were destroyed. Is shoddy construction to blame?
At 70, Lela Hartman believed we would one day use technology to prevent disasters like the Tri-State Tornado she witnessed as a small child. Are we getting any closer?