The U.S. military is beginning to deliver shots at coronavirus vaccination centers in Texas and New York and says service members will start staffing four centers in Florida and one in Philadelphia next week.
By Paul J. Weber, Associated Press
Four board leaders of Texas' embattled power grid operator said Tuesday they will resign following outrage over more than 4 million customers losing power during a deadly winter freeze last week.
By Nomaan Merchant, Associated Press
President Joe Biden's administration has reopened a tent facility to house up to 700 immigrant teenagers after they cross the U.S.-Mexico border unaccompanied by a parent, a sign of growing worries about how children are treated in government custody.
By Jake Bleiberg, Associated Press
Many people are still getting a sense of the wreckage left by the icy blast that hit Texas and much of the Deep South last week, knocking out power to millions and contributing to nearly 80 deaths.
By Stephanie Sy, Courtney Norris
Temperatures in Texas have warmed up considerably as experts try to determine just how many deaths in the state were tied to last week's winter storm. But as recovery efforts continue, the fallout is just beginning. Alana Rocha, a multimedia…
President Biden declares a disaster in Texas on Saturday, allowing affected Texans to apply for emergency grants for housing and low-cost loans to cover losses from the winter storm, which has left millions in the state without heat, power and…
By Darlene Superville, Associated Press
Add Mother Nature to the pile of crises on President Joe Biden’s plate. A month into the job and focused on the coronavirus, Biden is seeing his disaster management skills tested after winter storms plunged Texas, Oklahoma and neighboring states…
The lights are back on in much of Texas, but for millions the water isn't working. It is the latest crisis in a grinding week of winter storms that have claimed at least 60 lives. Stephanie Sy reports, and speaks…
By Associated Press
The cascading crises of power outages across Texas due to winter weather lead to another problem — lack of clean water.
By Paul J. Weber, Jill Bleed, Associated Press
Many of the millions of Texans who lost power for days after a deadly winter blast overwhelmed the electric grid now have it back, but the crisis was far from over in parts of the South, with many people lacking…
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