The United Houma Nation and other Native tribes in Louisiana aren’t federally recognized, which cuts them off from help they need after Hurricane Ida.
Officials say 11 residents have been confirmed dead and 150 people are still missing.
“If you've been in office for three and a half years, you don't get to blame the other team anymore. You own it.”
As U.S. federal agencies prepare to help families survive the coronavirus disaster, Hurricane Harvey’s lower-income survivors offer a warning of what can go terribly wrong.
Officially called “human remains pouches,” the body bags are designed for carrying dead soldiers off battlefields.
“When we heard about the possibility of these emergency trailers being available to serve our homeless residents, Oakland was the first in line.”
A magnitude 6.4 earthquake was the most powerful to hit the island in more than 100 years.
Every single county in Florida has declared a state of emergency.
Puerto Ricans Aren’t Just Preparing for Hurricane Dorian: 'We’re Preparing for the Government to Fail Us'
Puerto Ricans have little faith that their government will provide any relief after the storm hits.
Instead of getting congressional approval, DHS sent a notice saying the administration has the authority because of extraordinary circumstances.
Four city officials, including two mayors and the former police chief, have faced criminal charges for fraud and embezzlement.
How survivors are dealing with the aftermath of California's deadliest wildfire.