The short winter days make me sad. Here’s how I cope.

Nothing I’ve tried is a cure-all, but I’ve found some remedies that work for me

Hurricanes used to be named after women. Until these feminists stepped in.

In another time, Dorian could have been Danielle

A sorority ended its New Orleans convention early due to Tropical Storm Barry. But the 17,000 meals they planned to eat didn’t go to waste.

Delta Sigma Theta donated all of the uneaten meals for those affected by the storm

‘A true hero’ paid for dozens of Chicago’s homeless to stay in a hotel during the polar vortex. The gift was anonymous.

The donor put up about 70 homeless people in a hotel on the city’s South Side

Typhoons and tests: 2 days with a Filipino teenager

Our seventh installment of ‘Girlhood Around the World’

‘We are in anguish’: After Hurricane Maria, thousands might be pushed out of temporary housing

LatinoJustice has filed a class-action lawsuit against FEMA

Puerto Rico will bounce back from Hurricane Maria. My aunts’ strength proves that.

PERSPECTIVE | We’ll rebuild

As flames approach, a family ignores evacuation warnings to save their horses — and their history

The wildfire continues to rage across Northern California

Bringing relief to a Puerto Rican Island with love

In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, ViequesLove is taking aid into their own hands

We can’t leave Florida, but we can’t stay either

PERSPECTIVE | There are no good options for the millions trapped by the storm