U.S. government buys fewer flooded homes as risks rise
The federal government has curtailed home buyouts as a way to move flood victims out of harm's way, even as the risk of catastrophic flooding is rising under a warming climate, a new analysis has found.
Storm migrates north to Canada, toppling trees and a crane
North Carolina or Nova Scotia? It's harder to discern between the two coastal zones as the largest of Canada's Maritime Provinces emerged yesterday from one of the strongest hurricanes to reach the North Atlantic in 15 years.
Ala., in Trump's Sharpie circle, knows Dorian is no Michael
Experts yesterday said it's conceivable Hurricane Dorian could have "hit or grazed" the southeastern corner of Alabama.
Dorian threatens 24 beach projects. One's near Mar-a-Lago
Since World War II, taxpayers have spent $107 million to rebuild eroding beaches at Palm Beach, Fla., home of President Trump's private club and estate Mar-a-Lago.
Dorian sharpens fear of warming as island nations seek help
Like Hurricane Maria in 2017, Hurricane Dorian will leave its greatest damage on an island close to Florida, raising new concerns about how ready island nations are for the wrath of climate change.