When Facebook released its annual Year in Review on December 8, its team of analyst found a rather troubling trend.
The Houston Astros captures an emotional World Series crown to help uplift the spirit of storm-ravaged residents.
After Hurricane Harvey smacks Texas and hobbles US refining, supply networks fail.
Oil prices edge down in Asian trading, as traders weigh the effects of Irma and Harvey.
After disasters in the United States like Hurricane Harvey, lawyers get busy with lawsuits seeking to apportion blame and claim damages.
As Hurricane Irma batters Florida, the cream of the insurance world is assessing the costs of the storm for the global industry.
Hurricane Irma shuts down oil terminals across the northern Caribbean, worsening fuel supply in countries struggling since Harvey.
Some oil traders in Asia are looking to snap up crude cargoes from the United States after Hurricane Harvey closed US refineries.
Texas on Monday edges towards recovery from the devastation of Hurricane Harvey.
Benchmark US gasoline prices fall by more than 4 percent as oil refineries and pipelines in the US Gulf Coast slowly resumed activity.
The Astros return to their home field for the first time since Hurricane Harvey.