Ten years ago, Hurricane Sandy barreled through the Caribbean and then up the Eastern seaboard, bringing floods and storm surges that destroyed homes and critical infrastructure. It was one of the most destructive storms in U.S. history, costing the country more than $81 billion, according to...

When Hurricane Ian made landfall over Florida as a category 4 storm last week, it left behind a trail of destruction that killed dozens of people amid flash floods, severely damaged homes, and inundated cars and streets. The devastation has also triggered new environmental concerns: serious leaks...

The eyewall of Hurricane Ian moved onshore to Sanibel and Captiva Islands off the coast of Southeast Florida at around noon on Wednesday, the National Hurricane Center said in an update. The Category 4 storm is expected to churn up the state over the next few days and has the potential to create...