Over the past week, Republicans have blocked the passage of the $19.1 billion disaster relief bill on three separate occasions.
A tree rests on the roof of a home that was heavily damaged by Hurricane Michael on May 9th, 2019, in Mexico Beach, Florida.
Accurate weather forecasts can provide strong economic benefits to Americans and save lives—but only if weather data remains accessible.
In a presentation about America's National Climate Assessment, their messages were sure and simple.
And it puts our coastlines at more risk from storms like Hurricanes Michael and Florence.
An accounting of the ongoing damages, from failing dams to coal-ash ponds.
Three organizations collected reports from Puerto Ricans who believed their loved ones died as a result of Hurricane Maria but whose death certificates didn't indicate storm conditions as a cause of death.
If recent federal disaster response is any indication, the president's boast is wildly misleading.
Multiple intense storms are moving across the Atlantic and the Pacific, with millions of people in their paths.
Disasters like this one have been found to disproportionately affect low-income people and people of color.
Hurricane Florence gains strength in the Atlantic Ocean as it moves west, seen from the International Space Station on September 10th, 2018.
A new report looks at how the government responded to a quick succession of hurricanes and wildfires last year.
One year after Hurricane Harvey hit Houston, researchers are just beginning to understand what went wrong.
Hurricane Beryl, currently a Category 1 storm with top wind speeds of 80 miles per hour, is expected to make landfall by late Sunday night.
A federal judge ruled Tuesday to extend a Federal Emergency Management Agency program providing temporary housing to Puerto Ricans lacking shelter in the wake of Hurricane Maria.
FEMA and the Red Cross talk a good game, but the disability community is skeptical.
From Fiji to our own backyard.
Meet the people working to fix America's disability disaster response after a year of dire weather.
Ricardo A. Rosselló now admits that the toll "may be higher than the official count certified to date."