HUD reached a deal with Los Angeles to improve disability access, but has left other discrimination cases unaddressed.
Can the city's model work for chronic homelessness, in Houston and beyond?
An EPA rollback of Obama-era water protections could be particularly harmful to places like Harris County, which is still recovering from Hurricane Harvey.
One year after Hurricane Harvey hit Houston, researchers are just beginning to understand what went wrong.
The Houston City Council approved a developer's plan to build hundreds of homes in a floodplain. But future flooding is all but inevitable.
Much of the blame for the poor response to the disaster fell on the Red Cross, but Houston-area officials are not exempt from responsibility.
Here are three policies that officials should adopt to help the sprawling city keep housing affordable after a terrible storm.
Mayor Sylvester Turner gave his strongest endorsement to date for constructing a physical coastal barrier to protect the region from deadly storm surge.
More than one in five Houstonians don't speak English very well. When it comes to recent immigrants, community organizations are critical to disaster response.
The infrastructural failure could release a torrent of water into portions of the city that are already submerged—including downtown.
A little-noticed executive action removed rules that would have held new infrastructure projects to a higher storm-proofing standard.