US shatters record for disaster costs in 2017

2017 was the costliest year ever for weather and climate disasters in the United States, the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration announced Monday, totaling $306 billion. The previous record year, 2005, saw $215 billion in disasters.

US gas prices fall another 6 cents as refinery output edges up

Gasoline prices in the U.S. have fallen for the second consecutive week, with almost every state seeing declines as more refineries on the Gulf Coast recover from Hurricane Harvey.The national average fell to $2.55, according to GasBuddy, down 6 cents…

Carfax: Half of all flood-damaged cars are resold

There are 325,510 flood-damaged cars on U.S. roads this year, according to an analysis of vehicle-history reports by Carfax. And that figure doesn't include the tens of thousands of vehicles damaged by Tropical Storm Harvey and Hurricane Irma. Waterlogged vehicles turn up in every state, even those they never experience a catastrophic flood. These 10 cities account for about a third of waterlogged cars on the road in 2017.

President signs $15.3 billion Harvey aid package

President Donald Trump on Friday afternoon signed a measure tying emergency funding for hurricane relief with measures that would raise the debt ceiling and keep the government open for three months.

Harvey, Irma wreak havoc on gas prices, supply

While evacuees in Florida encounter gasoline shortages as they flee Hurricane Irma, drivers in the rest of the country are still dealing with the effects of Tropical Storm Harvey, which has added more than 30 cents to the national average…

Liev Schreiber helps dogs stranded by Harvey

Appearing on "Live With Kelly and Ryan" on Wednesday with the Home for Good Dog Rescue, which is helping to find owners for pups displaced in the wake of Harvey, Liev Schreiber fell in love and decided to rescue two of the needy pups himself.

Celebrities helping after Harvey

As the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey continues to plague Texas, celebrities are pitching in -- with money, prayers and more. Here are some of the stars helping relief efforts.

Rescue mission: Heroes of Harvey

As Tropical Storm Harvey continues to inundate Houston, volunteers with canoes, small boats and pickup trucks have joined first responders and the Texas National Guard to rescue thousands of people from flooded homes and neighborhoods. Here are some images of police, Guardsman and ordinary citizens helping victims of the unprecedented storm.