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His advice: Have your proof of ownership ready.
"Everyone becomes on edge when you hear any type of heavy rainfall," a Louisiana homeowner says.
Every expert she's talked to says regulations for building in the city's flood plains are insufficient, says Texas-based reporter Neena Satija.
The president has threatened to let government funding run out if he doesn't get money for a U.S.-Mexico border wall. But that could leave out funds for storm aid.
Floodwaters have displaced hundreds of people and lead to several deaths in the Midwest. Now the damage assessment starts. The National Flood Insurance Program helps homeowners buy affordable flood insurance, but it’s $25 billion in debt. Congress has a chance…
The military has to act when climate change threatens its bases
In rural communities, a grocery or restaurant can be a lifeline, especially for low income people who have limited transportation options.
One organization's search for the best way to get people what they needed, fast.
A report shows about 2,100 homes have been flooded — and compensated — more than 10 times.
The federal insurance program is already $24 billion in debt.