Newsnight's Gabriel Gatehouse walks through part of Houston where the flood waters have receded.
The administration will ask Congress for emergency funds, as President Trump pledges $1m of his own.
It is easy for the US and North Korea to posture and threaten -- for North Korea to carry out nuclear and missile tests and for the US to conduct B-1B bomber and F-35 flights and military exercises.
Hubert Zafke, who faced 3,681 counts of being an accessory to murder, has severe dementia.
A smoke plume in Houston, Texas, is causing fears over whether it could become harmful.
Aric Harding played the piano at his home in Friendswood, Texas, after it was flooded by Harvey.
The US orders Russia to close its San Francisco consulate in response to "unwarranted" actions.
A senior executive at plant owner Arkema says no chemicals have been released at the site.
Iraq War veteran Andrew Manzi started Warrior Surf, a nonprofit that provides free surf camps and therapy on the beach for veterans and their families.
A veteran in Folly Beach, South Carolina, shares how he has found healing on the ocean waves, with the help of CNN Hero Andrew Manzi and his nonprofit.
This castle has been transformed into a school for magic.
Five members of the military were suspended after interrupting an indigenous ceremony in Halifax.
The men suspected of links with the Taliban were on trial for conspiracy to murder ex-Pakistani PM.
Duduzane Zuma tells the BBC there is "nothing untoward" about his ties with the Gupta family.
In the early hours of August 31, 1997, the media began reporting that Diana, Princess of Wales, had been injured in a car crash in the Pont l'Alma tunnel in Paris. By 4:45 am, news channels were citing sources who claimed Diana had died.
Two days after North Korea flew a missile over Japan, the United States and South Korea staged their own show of force with state-of-the-art stealth fighters Thursday.
This is what climate change looks like. Entire metropolitan areas -- Houston in the United States and Mumbai in India -- submerged in catastrophic floods.
Police are guarding the site and say the unexploded bomb poses "no danger" to residents.
France's government unveils its signature plan, promising to "free up the energy of the workforce".
Iraqi forces have seized the strategically important city of Tal Afar from ISIS, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said Thursday.