The AP visited five Superfund sites in and around Houston during the flooding. All had been flooded; some were only accessible only by boat.
One week after Harvey roared into Texas, a city struggled with no drinking water and fires kept erupting at a stricken chemical plant.
Multiple groups of people have become companions to pressure national leaders to save a program shielding young immigrants from deportation.
The president is facing increasing pressure as he weighs eliminating an Obama-era program that shields young immigrants from deportation.
A Utah police officer’s body camera video shows a hospital nurse being handcuffed after refusing to draw blood on an unconscious patient.
U.S. job growth slowed in August as employers added 156,000 jobs.
Michigan has declared a state of energy emergency to address fuel supply problems resulting from Harvey.
Authorities are bracing for an inevitable wave of fraud and other criminal activity set into motion by Harvey’s punishing rains.
One man used his last words to save a friend’s life, warning him away from a live electrical wire. Another died checking on his uncle.
Approximately 25 percent of refinery production is shut down, leading to rising prices at the pump.
A Muskegon animal shelter is teaming up with another group to bring animals from Louisiana and Texas to West Michigan.
An Oregon court has ruled a couple must have their dogs surgically “debarked” after causing their neighbors several years of disruption.
More Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week, but the numbers remained low and consistent with a healthy job market.
The confirmed death toll climbed to at least 31, including six family members — four of them children.
Two explosions have been reported at a Houston-area chemical plant that lost power amid flooding from Harvey.