NYC Most Vulnerable U.S. City Five Years After Sandy
New York is ranked the U.S. city most vulnerable to future storm surges and sea level rises, with 426,000 people imperiled through 2050.
Can Congress Get Right Aid to Hurricane Harvey Victims?
Facing multiple deadlines, the House and Senate are in lousy shape to consider hurricane aid.
How Much Will Hurricane Harvey Cost?
Many people in flooded areas around Houston don't have appropriate insurance, experts say.
How Climate Change Affects City Governments
Faced with threats of dramatic weather events, city governments can no longer ignore citizen input on large-scale urban development projects.
New York Could Get 30 Inches of Snow: Forecasters
All bridges, tunnels closed into the largest U.S. city; travel ban put in place on area roads.
Heart of the Country
By channeling two of America's great populist poets, Whitman and Springsteen, the novelist Richard Ford finds beauty and mystery everywhere—even New Jersey.