natural disaster

Bahamas hurricane survivors are kicked off ferry over U.S. visa demands

On Sunday evening, more than 100 refugees were forced to disembark from a boat headed to Florida

How do you heal after losing a childhood home? In ‘The Yellow House,’ Sarah M. Broom wonders aloud.

Broom probes the history of her family and New Orleans East in a sweeping memoir

As Hurricane Dorian wreaked havoc on the Bahamas, one woman opened her home to 97 dogs

Chella Phillips runs a refuge for homeless and abandoned dogs

The unrest in Puerto Rico stems from the governor’s misogynistic text messages. But it goes far deeper than that.

The embarrassing exchanges unmasked a political class detached and indifferent to people still rebuilding their lives after Hurricane Maria

Rising death toll, expanding rescue efforts: The aftermath of Indonesia’s devastating tsunami

The death toll from the tsunami rose above 370 on Monday

A California family fled Camp Fire. Their home survived — and became a makeshift hospital.

Thirteen people took refuge from the fire in the family’s garage

They’re grieving a mass shooting — and contending with unprecedented wildfires

How Californians are trying to heal in the middle of a natural disaster

Californians are familiar with wildfires. But nothing like this, they say.

At least 31 have been killed in the Woolsey and Camp fires

Lily Lines: She was trapped by flames in California. Here’s what she told her husband.

Plus, Michelle Obama opens up about her struggle with infertility