The latest news on floods
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is one federal agencies that seems to excel at wasting taxpayer money.
Another way to pose the question: Do you want to sink or swim?
The federal agency is too bureaucratic to be effective in their disaster relief efforts.
Floods from Hurricane Isaac, moving across Louisiana at just 6 mph, have left a half a million powerless.
Congress and consumers face a potential economic nightmare if a major storm occurs in the lapse of a federal flood insurance program.
After a devastating flood season last year, warm winter gives most of U.S. a reprieve from spring worry.
Sea-level rise associated with climate change could put more than 2 million homes at risk.
Major flooding on the Mississippi River likely to cause large Gulf of Mexico dead zone.
Landmass submerged under the Persian Gulf may have been home to the earliest humans outside Africa.