The economic damage from Hurricane Ian could exceed $100 billion.
Did wind or water cause the damage to their homes? That's up to the insurance adjuster.
Some businesses are rebounding after historic flooding in the region. But others are still struggling.
Nationwide, only 4 in 100 homes are covered, a FEMA official says. Without it, victims are pretty much on their own.
Thousands of schools are located in areas subject to flooding, a Pew study says. Rebuilding puts schools in competition for safer land.
As the climate shifts, the rise in flood risk will disproportionately affect Black communities.
Many New York basement apartments flooded in September. Most of the hardest-hit residents were low-income, and most were immigrants.
Vineyards in the Ahr Valley were destroyed by the summer floods, but that opened up a unique business opportunity for the area. Meet FlutWein.
The town of Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler illustrates many of the climate change and infrastructure issues that have been part of the election's talking points.
Short answer: Flooding cost insurance companies too much money, so the federal government stepped in.