The president made time to mock Clinton's new memoir after meeting storm victims in Texas and Louisiana.
The Air Force released striking footage after deploying more than 2,000 airmen to assist in rescue and relief operations in areas hit by Hurricane Harvey.
The the $7.8 billion is for initial recovery efforts from the storm that has displaced more than 1 million people.
The Latino community worries the agents sent to help with search and rescue will also carry out immigration enforcement, but ICE says they won't.
It remains unclear how far-reaching this additional catastrophe could become, as Houston begins the work of cleaning and rebuilding after Hurricane Harvey.
It could be weeks before authorities have a realistic assessment of the damage caused by chemical spills after Harvey.
Facing multiple deadlines, the House and Senate are in lousy shape to consider hurricane aid.
The power of music can unite communities during times of tragedy, experts tell Newsweek.
Close quarters make transmission of communicable diseases likely and health care services can become challenging.
"We saw what was in the president and the first lady's hearts that day, not what was on their feet."
A 1.5 mile zone around the plant has been evacuated.
The president has still not commented on whether he will accept Mexico's offer of aid.
FEMA's response to Hurricane Harvey will play out over days, weeks and even years. But when the next storm hits, will they have the money they need?
The French satirical weekly has a controversial take on Hurricane Harvey.
The president's former ethics chief has raised concerns.
As Houston shows, it's not only America's coastal counties that can experience catastrophic flooding, yet greater public awareness of inland dangers is still needed.
The rainfall totals and flooding are breaking records.
Some are accusing the president of making his visit to Texas about himself instead of those affected by the hurricane.