Global warming and an indebted national flood insurance program are driving up rates for some of NYC's poorest homeowners.
Many Americans have dropped their landlines — one of the most reliable forms of communication in a power outage. But NYC is getting ready.
New York City's subway system is still years away from being Sandy-proof, and residents are still susceptible to flooding.
Of the $15.2 billion in federal aid allocated to help homeowners rebuild, only $1.7 billion has be paid out. What's the hold up?
It has been two years today since Hurricane Sandy formed in the western Caribbean. Here’s a look back at the aftermath of the storm in the U.S.
Two years on, many low- and middle-income Sandy victims in New Jersey are still waiting to return home as their neighborhoods change.
Climate scientists praise New York's short-term restoration efforts but wonder if the Big Apple is adequately prepared for the coming decades.
With sea levels projected to rise by 2.5 feet in NYC by the 2050s, the city is seriously studying ways to protect itself.
Under the new plans, 37 percent of all New York City homes are located within evacuation zones.
Many New York City residents are still rebuilding their homes two years after Hurricane Sandy swept through the region. Why is it taking so long?
Superstorms like Sandy may feel like rare events, but climate scientists warn that these powerful storms are now the new norm. Are we ready?