Houston’s Unsinkable Housing Market Undaunted by Storm

Houston’s Unsinkable Housing Market Undaunted by Storm By ANNIE CORREAL and CONOR DOUGHERTY September 12, 2017 Damage from Hurricane Harvey in Katy, Tex., a Houston suburb. By ANNIE CORREAL and CONOR DOUGHERTY September...

Houstonians Adrift in Their City, Trying to Call Somewhere Home

By RICHARD FAUSSET and CAMPBELL ROBERTSON September 11, 2017 HOUSTON — Hurricane Harvey’s floodwaters have left this sprawling metropolis partially ruined and eager to return to something like normalcy. But the storm has also forced...

The Prayer Circle: Texans Rebuild After Harvey as a Practice of Faith

The Prayer Circle: Texans Rebuild After Harvey as a Practice of Faith By KEVIN SACK September 9, 2017 Friends, neighbors and family members gathered in a prayer circle outside Angie Kemple’s home in Wharton County, Tex. By KEVIN SACK...

Two Hurricanes in Two Weeks Bring Two Very Different Reactions

While officials in Houston did not order an evacuation before Hurricane Harvey, their counterparts in Florida were urging residents to leave as Hurricane Irma approached.