TheStreet takes a look at the rebuilding of vital infrastructure -- and one's life -- in the wake of devastating Hurricane Harvey.
There's no new funding for the debt-strapped National Flood Insurance Program in a new House of Representatives bill, but there is a prize for private industry: the chance to steal lucrative policies from the government.
The floodwaters of Harvey moved eastward to Port Arthur last Wednesday, dubbed the 'city by the sea' in an electronic welcome sign.
The national average price of gasoline increased by 25 cents per gallon to $2.64 per gallon, but is expected to dip. Here's what's happening in the wake of Harvey and as Irma makes landfall.
From deaths to damages, auto industry to oil refineries. Here's the latest on Hurricane Harvey 2017.
Corporations have contributed at least $141.3 million to aid Hurricane Harvey relief efforts, as of Friday.
The cluster of refineries dotted along the Gulf Coast is advantageous for transporting gasoline and other products, but experts are questioning their location in the aftermath of Harvey.
Wireline and cable systems suffer more than wireless as Harvey takes parts of Texas and Louisiana offline.
The National Flood Insurance Program only has about $7.5 billion of cash and available credit to serve claims, adding pressure to Congress to reauthorize additional funding this month.
As Harvey continues to batter the Texas coast, here's what we know about the financial wreckage it will wreak.
Fraudsters are targeting the victims of Harvey earnestly with a wide variety of scams.
Hurricane Harvey rebuilding is about to get underway.
Tropical Storm Harvey is yet another sign of our country's future climate challenges.
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