The one-in-100-year storm that hit our nation's capital last week is expected to become a one-in-25-year event by mid-century, according to D.C.'s own analysis.
In a new resolution, the organization urges governments to listen to those who are affected the most by natural disasters.
Over the past week, Republicans have blocked the passage of the $19.1 billion disaster relief bill on three separate occasions.
Sierra Waver gathers her belongings in Trotwood, Ohio, near Dayton, on May 28th, 2019, after powerful tornadoes ripped through the state overnight.
A tree rests on the roof of a home that was heavily damaged by Hurricane Michael on May 9th, 2019, in Mexico Beach, Florida.
Multiple proposed panelists have publicly expressed their skepticism of human-caused climate change.
The bill's failure exemplifies the current political polarization in Congress as it continues to grapple with disaster relief legislation.
Timber company workers stand stranded on a damaged road on March 18th, 2019, at Charter Estate, in Chimanimani, eastern Zimbabwe, after Cyclone Idai ripped across Mozambique, Zimbabwe, and Malawi.
A car damaged by debris from a building is seen in Havana, Cuba, on January 28th, 2019, after a rare and powerful tornado struck the city.
An EPA rollback of Obama-era water protections could be particularly harmful to places like Harris County, which is still recovering from Hurricane Harvey.
A view of Messina on December 28th, 1908, shortly after the terrible earthquake that destroyed two-thirds of the Italian town. There were 126,000 victims, more than 66,000 from the town itself.
Record-high temperatures continue to exacerbate fire, drought, and other negative weather patterns around the world.
The hot, dry winds turn drought-ridden areas of Southern California into a tinderbox in the fall.
Popocatépetl, Mexico's largest active volcano, sits next to some major population hubs. With a major eruption forecasted within the next 100 years, will the public be ready?
The storm wiped out nearly a million acres of crops and caused $158 million in agricultural losses.
Worshipers attend Sunday service in the parking lot of Hiland Park Baptist Church on October 14th, 2018, in Panama City, Florida. The church building was damaged by Hurricane Michael.
A state of emergency has been declared in 35 counties in Florida.