On the coastlines of America, many home buyers are ignoring the new realities of storms and floods—and, in too many cases, the government isn't helping.
Rare books, records, and other printed materials in thousands of U.S. archives face elevated risks from natural disasters or changing temperatures.
In 2012, Little Village’s Hispanic residents helped shut down a coal plant. Now, a redevelopment company plans to build a distribution center—and a lot of truck traffic—into the neighborhood.
Hi-res images taken from orbit can more accurately track damage from extreme weather events.