For Houston's undocumented immigrant community, some 600,000 people, Hurricane Harvey has turned anxiety about immigration raids and deportations into a visceral fear to seek shelter. In addition, many who have been impacted by the storm are unable to qualify for…
By PBS NewsHour
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join Miles O’Brien to discuss the week’s news, including how Hurricane Harvey might redirect Republicans’ fall agenda, the Trump administration’s response to the emergency, how the government will pay…
By Julia Griffin
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.
These cowboy rescuers, known as the Horseback Emergency Response Team, ride horses into disaster areas to aid in animal recovery efforts.
By Lisa Desjardins
Here is a quick look at what we know about government spending on natural disasters, an increasingly controversial topic.
By Abbey Oldham, Elizabeth Flock
Watch this 360 video of three brothers driving a truck through Houston floodwaters to help fellow Texans.
By Laura Santhanam
Along the Gulf Coast, 10 refineries in Texas and Louisiana remained closed due to Harvey,…
By Leah Samuel, STAT
Getting thousands of Houston-area families to shelters has been a massive humanitarian effort. But the aid doesn’t end there: Many of the displaced have chronic medical conditions like asthma or injuries from recent days that need medical attention. Providers of…
By Andrew Taylor, Associated Press
The Trump proposal, which is being finalized pending White House consultations with key Republicans, is likely to be just a fraction of an eventual Harvey recovery package that could rival the $100-billion-plus in taxpayer-financed help for victims of 2005's Hurricane…
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