Houston Delays Vote On New Building Regulations After HarveyCity leaders have delayed a vote on new building regulations that will dictate how high new homes and other structures must be elevated to avoid floodwaters.
Mourners Remember Houston Officer Lost To Harvey's FloodsA veteran Houston police officer who drowned in Harvey's floodwaters has been remembered for his faith and his dedication to family and public service.
'Build The Wall' Takes Back Seat To Rebuilding After HarveyThe U.S. government carefully designed a path of least resistance to building a border wall in Texas. All it needed was Congress to approve the money. Then came Harvey.
Fewer Harvey Victims At Shelters Doesn't End Housing NeedsWhile the number of evacuees seeking refuge in Texas emergency shelters has dwindled, many thousands of people are still in dire need of housing.
Mnuchin: Congress Should Tie Harvey Aid To Debt Limit BillCongress needs to combine a $7.9 billion disaster relief package for Harvey with a contentious increase in the nation's borrowing limit, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says, arguing it is needed to ensure storm victims in Texas get the help they need.
Eastern Caribbean Battens Down As Hurricane Irma ApproachesAuthorities on the islands of the northeast Caribbean are urging residents to prepare for Hurricane Irma, a Category 3 storm that grew stronger Monday and will likely begin buffeting the region Tuesday.
Mayor Says Houston 'Open For Business' Despite Huge HurdlesHouston's mayor insists that America's fourth-largest city is "open for business," but with areas under water, people not yet in their homes, and billions in damage to repair, major disasters that Harvey created are by no means resolved.
Congress Returns With Agenda Upended By HarveyHarvey has scrambled the equation for Congress as lawmakers get ready to return to Washington on Tuesday after a five-week summer recess.

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