Concert Featuring Former Presidents Raises $31M For Hurricane ReliefThe five living former presidents have attended a concert to benefit victims of hurricanes in Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Trump's Wall Takes Back Seat To Rebuilding After HarveyPresident Donald Trump's administration must now grapple with a storm that devastated the Texas Gulf Coast, with some areas still underwater and tens of thousands of people forced from their homes.
Beyonce, Blake Shelton To Headline Telethon For Harvey ReliefBeyonce, Blake Shelton, Barbra Streisand and Oprah Winfrey will headline a one-hour benefit telethon to benefit Hurricane Harvey victims that will be simulcast next week on ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox and CMT.
FEMA Has Placed 53K Harvey Victims In HotelsFEMA is currently using vacant hotel rooms to provide temporary housing, but officials also are weighing other options.
4 Things To Know: Houston Evacuation, L.A. Wildfires & MoreThey include the world reaction to North Korean nuclear tests, and the theatrical rerelease of a landmark Steven Spielberg film.
4 Things To Know: North Korea Nuclear Test, Harvey Aftermath & More Here's a look at the four things you need to know for Sunday, Sept. 3, 2017.
President Trump Meets With Hurricane Harvey VictimsPresident Donald Trump cupped a boy's face in his hands and then gave him a high-five. He snapped on latex gloves to hand out boxed lunches of hot dogs and potato chips. And he loaded relief supplies into vehicles, patted storm victims on the shoulder and declared the work "good exercise."
Twin Cities Teen Sells Flowers, Lemonade To Help HoustonA Twin Cities teen is doing his part to help in the Harvey relief efforts.
Minnesota National Guard Sending Soldiers To Texas For Harvey ReliefThe Minnesota National Guard is sending soldiers to help with relief efforts in Texas after parts of the state have been devastated by Hurricane Harvey.
Harvey Death Toll Climbs To 30; More Fatalities ExpectedNow that the sun is finally shining and the murky, brown floodwaters are slowly receding in much of the Houston area, grim reality is setting in.
Blast Rocks Houston Plant, Sends Up 'Incredibly Dangerous' PlumeFires and two explosions rocked a flooded Houston-area chemical plant early Thursday, sending up a plume that federal authorities described as "incredibly dangerous" and adding a potential new hazard to the aftermath of Harvey.
Minn. Companies Sending Hurricane Relief Money, SuppliesSome Minnesota companies are answering the call for help and are sending relief to those affected by Hurricane Harvey.