In recent years, online video game enthusiasts have been raising millions of dollars for disaster relief. So when Hurricanes Harvey and Irma struck, many gamers were the first to step up and help.
In a Texas nursing home flooded in Hurricane Harvey, administrators clashed with amateur rescuers. The result was a criminal investigation.
The House approves $7.85 billion in initial aid for Hurricane Harvey, with a Senate passage expected by week's end -- but not before attaching a provision to raise the debt ceiling.
How much damage did Harvey inflict on Houston's arts institutions? A survey of how the city's museums and other institutions made it through.
Dulce Puente hardly has time to worry about DACA ending. She's trying to clean up her flooded Houston home.
When Hurricane Harvey flooded Nikki Fields’ house last week, she knew she did not want to abandon her home of 16 years.
Sue and Rod Bown spent decades building an artists retreat on the Dickinson Bayou. Then Hurricane Harvey destroyed it.
'Entertainers for the day': The Astros play a home game, giving Houston the respite it needs in Harvey's aftermath
The Houston Astros play their first home game after Hurricane Harvey, a welcome diversion for the storm-ravaged city.
Harvey is one of the costliest disasters in U.S. history, and most of the victims have no flood insurance
Harvey could top Katrina as the costliest disaster in U.S. history. Most of the victims have no insurance against flood damage
Aboard an HH-60G Pave Hawk swooping over the flooded neighborhoods and plains of Southeast Texas, where a California Air National Guard crew launched on search and rescue.
Some economic researchers are putting the price tag of Harvey at $81 billion to $108 billion or more, most of that in damage to homes and commercial property.
In Port Arthur, Texas, the Max Bowl bowling alley has become one of the unlikeliest evacuation centers to emerge in the wake of Tropical Storm Harvey.
A major hospital is forced to evacuate after municipal water system fails in Beaumont, Texas; Pence pledges, "We are with you."
Rams players Michael Brockers and Malcolm Brown began drives to aid victims of Hurricane Harvey, and the organization is joining the effort, the Rams announced Thursday.
Hurricane Harvey has claimed at least 31 lives. But the death toll is expected to rise this week as flooding subsides and people return home and search for the missing.
The flooded plant was left without refrigeration for chemicals that become volatile as the temperature rises
J.J. Watt’s effort to raise money to help victims of Tropical Storm Harvey in the Houston area has received an incredible response, and the momentum only seems to be building.
They come in fishing boats, bayou boats, water ski boats--so many volunteers are setting out on Harvey rescues that there are traffic jams all over Texas.
As the sun emerged in Houston following Tropical Storm Harvey, some residents were able to return to their homes to see what, if anything, was left.
There are some truly astonishing photos coming out of the flooding in Houston. But there are also some astonishingly fake ones.
UCLA fans will be able to support Tropical Storm Harvey relief efforts by making a financial gift to the American Red Cross via text message during the Bruins’ season opener.
After moving into the Gulf of Mexico, Hurricane Harvey, now a tropical depression, returns to Texas and points East to drop more rain.
Climate change won’t mean more storms overall — but it probably will mean that that biggest storms become even bigger, scientists say.
The largest refinery in the U.S., on the Texas-Louisiana border, became the 12th refinery knocked out by Tropical Storm Harvey, making a significant dent in the nation's refining capacity
A child is found clinging to her mother's lifeless body in a raging canal in east Texas. "It's a true testament to a mother's will," a police officer says.
A 'crazy difficult' scene at the Houston convention center as thousands of flood victims jostle for shelter
When Louisiana could no longer support victims of Katrina, thousands resettled in Texas. How Hurricane Harvey has uprooted them again.
Thursday’s preseason football game between Houston and Dallas has been canceled so Texans players can return home to their families, and help with the relief effort following Hurricane Harvey
Like New Orleans after Katrina, a mix of heartbreak, recovery and resilience await Houston following Harvey
For the first time, the water level of Addicks Reservoir rose past the dam gates and began to gush into surrounding neighborhoods in northwestern Houston.
The Los Angeles Times has lifted its paywall on coverage of tropical storm Harvey, which made landfall as a hurricane Friday.
A Houston mother is at a loss for words when her daughter spotted dead bodies in the floodwaters. "I couldn't explain it. I just started crying."
It's hard to explain the stupefying vastness of the flooding in Texas, the nature of the calamity named Hurricane Harvey, until you actually try to drive somewhere in it.
What's the difference between 'looting' and 'finding'? 12 years after Katrina, Harvey sparks a new debate
A news anchor’s use of the word “looting” on Twitter to describe a scene in Houston’s floodwaters reminded many of a debate that raged during Hurricane Katrina.
For years, engineers have warned that Houston was a flood disaster in the making. Why didn't somebody do something?
America's fourth-largest city lies on a flat Texas plain that is frequently inundated with water. A look at the engineering challenges in heading off a disaster such as Hurricane Harvey
President Trump arrives in Corpus Christi, the battered town near where Hurricane Harvey made landfall, becoming the second major natural event to strike in a week.
After criticism, televangelist Joel Osteen denies closing Houston megachurch to people seeking shelter
Televangelist Joel Osteen says his Houston megachurch has “never” closed its doors to people seeking shelter as Harvey swamps the city.
Crew of volunteer rescuers goes out and saves dozens of stranded Houstonians, using boats, dump trucks and a school bus
They were ordered not to evacuate. Now many families in Houston find themselves trapped in their homes
Many families who were not ordered to evacuate ahead of Hurricane Harvey find themselves trapped in their homes
Authorities in Houston expect 30,000 people to be housed in shelters as Tropical Storm Harvey continues to cause widespread flooding.
The Brazos River is about to crest at the highest levels ever recorded, as those in the surrounding communities rush to pack and get out of its way.
In response to Hurricane Harvey, the Red Cross has launched one of its largest hurricane relief efforts in recent years.
Since Hurricane Harvey reached land in Texas, the ensuing flooding has forced the delay or cancellation of more than 10,000 flights across the U.S., mostly in hardest-hit Houston and nearby airports.
As floodwaters rose, leaving residents trapped in second stories or waving sheets from rooftops, critics have questioned whether Houston-area officials were right not to evacuate.
The Texas bookstore Murder by the Book becomes a literal port in the storm for Houston residents in need of coffee and electrical charge after Hurricane Harvey.
Fast-growing, slow-moving Hurricane Harvey takes aim at Texas' Gulf Coast, threatening up to 35 inches of rain
Hurricane Harvey could become the first storm of at least category 3 to hit the U.S. since 2005