As coastal communities succumb to sea-level rise, managing population migration and decline has become a new focus in the state.
FEMA calls Trump's bluff, a study shows gay dads are excellent parents, and giant creatures are alive and well.
Many in the community live on land that is classified as "heir's property," a legal condition that leaves it particularly vulnerable, especially in a disaster.
On the coastlines of America, many home buyers are ignoring the new realities of storms and floods—and, in too many cases, the government isn't helping.
A new report shows that FEMA's flood hazard maps may be dangerously outdated.
There's a massive storm coming to the Lone Star State. Is disaster relief prepared?
Donors gave $312 million after the storm, but it’s not clear where exactly the money went.
FEMA maps that dictate insurance premiums for millions of Americans are dangerously outdated. Can we get them ready before another Katrina or Sandy?