The Red Cross Won't Reveal How Much of Harvey Donations Are Being Used for Harvey Aid
An executive talked around the question in an interview with NPR.
Congress Investigates How FEMA Handled Louisiana's Historic Flooding Last Year
The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee issued a letter to the federal agency demanding documents.
Record Number of Floods Hit U.S. in 2016, Racking Up Global Natural Disaster Costs
The price marks a new high since records began in 1980.
STUDY: Climate Change to Increase Extreme Storms By Up to 400%
The Gulf Coast and the Southwest will be two of the areas hit hardest.
NOAA Declares Hurricane Matthew a 1-in-1,000 Year Flood Event
Even worse, the last time North Carolina saw a 500-year flood event was less than 20 years ago.
Hurricane Matthew Continues to Bring Disaster to North Carolina
The rain is over, but the threat of overflowing rivers and waters remains.
READ: Investigation Exposes How Red Cross Failed Louisianans During Flooding
The agency did not provide adequate food, water, medical attention or baby formula in various shelters.
Congress Approves Funding for Zika and Louisiana Floods
The bill only needs the president’s signature, but it’s still missing funding for the #FlintWaterCrisis.
Life Inside a Baton Rouge Flood Victim Shelter
Crystal Williams is a chef, but since the storm, she has become an advocate for people at the River Center—even pretending to be an evacuee to get inside.
New Study Shows Link Between Louisiana Floods and Climate Change
Because of global warming, events like the one that devastated Baton Rouge are 40 percent more likely today than a century ago.
Three Evacuations in 36 Hours, Fleeing From Disaster in Flood-Plagued Baton Rouge
With less than an hour’s notice, a mother of five fled her home, only to face a shelter or a costly hotel to house her family.
Latest Numbers Show Louisiana Flooding Was Worse Than Initially Thought
Nearly 400,000 people in the Baton Rouge area were affected by the nonstop rainfall—and over one thousand are still in shelters.