Storm With ‘No Boundaries’ Took Aim at Rich and Poor Alike

By JULIE TURKEWITZ and AUDRA D.S. BURCH August 31, 2017 HOUSTON — Antonio Armenta paid $45,000 a decade ago for the little white house with the arched kitchen doorway by the train tracks in northeast Houston, where he raised his children...

Live Briefing: More Rain and Rescues as Harvey Lashes Texas for Another Day

Live Briefing By THE NEW YORK TIMES August 28, 2017 • More than 450,000 people are likely to seek federal aid in recovering from Harvey, the hurricane that tore across the Gulf Coast of Texas over the weekend, Brock Long, the director of the...

At a Shelter in Texas, Desperate for Clues to What Happened Back Home

By JACK HEALY August 28, 2017 SAN ANTONIO — Michelle McGowen could live with the likelihood that her home was lost. But she was desperate to know one thing: Were Uncle Jon and Uncle Paul still alive? Stubborn and in frail health, the two men decided to...