As Harvey’s rains push northwards into Kentucky and the nation's northeast corridor, new photos reveal the extent of flooding the record-breaking storm left behind in the Houston region.
By Julia Griffin
Watch this 360 video of three brothers driving a truck through Houston floodwaters to help fellow Texans.
By Abbey Oldham and Elizabeth Flock
More than 40 million people have been affected, and heavy rains are expected to continue through at least October.
By Larisa Epatko
The petroleum reserve was created in the wake of the 1970s Arab oil embargo and stores oil at four underground sites in Texas and Louisiana.
By Matthew Daly, Associated Press
By PBS NewsHour
Nature is taking a devastating toll in both the U.S. mainland and in countries like India, Bangladesh and Nepal, where monsoon rains are causing floods and hundreds of casualties. Directly attributing these individual weather events to global warming is a…
Southeastern Texas has been pushed to the brink, as torrents poured through downtown Houston, aging dams and a levee overflowed and rescue crews worked through the night. Tropical Storm Harvey continues to soak up moisture and is expected to make…
Inundated by Hurricane Harvey, huge swaths of Texas are underwater and Houston, the fourth largest city in the U.S., has been virtually paralyzed. About 30 inches of rain has fall already, with 20 more inches possible. Special correspondent Christopher Booker…
By Michael D. Regan
At least five people have been killed in Texas from Hurricane Harvey as rising waters caused by heavy rains continued to grip parts of the state on Sunday, trapping thousands of residents in their homes and causing at least one…
By PBS NewsHour
Hurricane Harvey is bearing down on the Gulf Coast of Texas, with sustained winds of 120 miles an hour and the potential to intensify. The storm could prove the most powerful the U.S. has seen in more than a decade.
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