It's the word "still" that makes it poignant.
Australia's Luke Cody explains how he manages fear and stays alive.
This summer, Cape Town will become the first major urban centre to run out of water. If that happens to London, here's what to expect.
"Obviously, real wood would be better. But that's better than nothing," an expert in disaster preparedness told me.
FEMA is delivering aid, and Trump has promised to visit. But as you might expect, the president is making a horrible situation worse with bizarre, defensive statements.
This is what it's like to be at the centre of one of the worst rainstorms in US history.
The country is struggling through war, famine, and cholera.
"The crowd was deathly silent, broken only by the occasional 'oh my god.'"
The toxic spill that contaminated the Rio Doce river continues to affect the Krenak people.
We asked three people who survived some of the worst earthquakes in recent Italian history to recall what it was like to be at the mercy of Mother Earth.
Staten Island gets a memorial for the giant octopus who ate the Ferry.
In the first episode of our new series exploring the world's strangest day trips, Gavin Haynes joins the British emergency services as they dramatise a large-scale catastrophe.