After widespread public protests, lawmakers are reconsidering earlier reforms to the nation's flood insurance program.
As more people more to the coastal cities, flooding damage is expected to increase tenfold between now and 2050.
The Battle of Smallville took a huge economic and human toll on Metropolis.
Severe tornadoes don't seem to be getting more common in the United States. But more and more people are living in tornado zones.
A new report finds Congress has spent at least $136 billion on disaster relief since 2011. And those costs could keep rising in the years ahead.