FEMA set to end housing aid for Hurricane Maria victims

The Federal Emergency Management Agency says that aid intended to subsidize housing costs for Puerto Ricans displaced by Hurricane Maria will expire at the end of this week.

Study: Millions more Americans at risk from serious flooding

Millions of Americans who don’t live close to a recognized floodplain may still be at risk of flooding, according to a new study published in the journal Environmental Research Letters

Hurricane Harvey – A Congressional Disaster

Hurricane Harvey made landfall on August 25. As Hurricane Irma made landfall on the Caribbean Islands in a direct path for Florida and beyond, the U.S. Congress has taken no affirmative action

New Orleans to Auction Katrina-Damaged Properties

Several properties in New Orleans are scheduled to hit the auction block this weekend as part of a recovery effort to reclaim real estate damaged by Hurricane Katrina in 2005.  94 properties in 27 neighborhoods throughout New Orleans will be up for sale. Of the 94 homes, at least 20 are vacant, and most are

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