In the aftermath of a deadly tornado, hundreds of Amazon warehouse workers are demanding their employer allow them to keep their phones with them at work.
Some residents, who could not afford to evacuate, find themselves struggling with two disasters—a devastating hurricane and the COVID-19 pandemic.
These mind-blowing images are a powerful reminder of how a pandemic wasn't the only thing that left us scarred last year.
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.
Some local Hurricane Dorian relief efforts in the Bahamas are hoping to address the PTSD that results from our increasingly frequent weather disasters.
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.
From melting ice caps to having to ration the available power supply, here’s why your internet access may be endangered with global warming.
Money Laundering Scandal Forces Puerto Rico's Governor to Cut His Vacation Short — Just in Time for Another Scandal
A leaked chat full of memes and misogyny has rocked the Puerto Rican political establishment for the second time.
Many residents still don't have cell service, or they lost their vehicles and can't evacuate.
Hurricane Florence flooded many hog waste pits, but the problem has plagued the community for decades.
Hurricane Michael has killed five people and counting in Virginia—more than 800 miles from where the storm first made landfall.