Jill Terrell holds her daughter Lucy, 12, after being rescued by the Cajun Navy from their flooded neighborhood in Houston’s Energy Corridor on Aug. 29, 2017.
George James Jr., 51, smokes a cigarette in his living room that also serves as his current bedroom at his home in Houston. James, who is legally blind and on disability, feels left behind waiting for assistance to help repair his storm-damaged home.
Venerable Sok Reas steps outside of Harvey-damaged monastery on Dec. 28, 2017. Though the Wat Buddha Raksmey temple has made some repairs to its buildings, the monastery for the monks remains gutted with questions of whether it will ever be rebuilt.
Attendees light candles to pay their respects to the victims of a shooting at Santa Fe High School that left several dead and injured in Santa Fe, Texas, U.S., May 18, 2018.
Syreeta Lazarus, 36, looks over her family while her husband, Tim Lazarus, helps his daughter put on her shoe in preparation for the park. Turner has suffered postpartum pre-eclampsia on three separate occasions after delivering her daughters.
Anita Miranda, 24, stands in the family bedroom that suffered the least amount of structural damage on Thursday, December 14, 2017. The family is living in their flood-damaged house without power, running water or heat after Miranda said FEMA cut them off from its hotel assistance program for Hurricane Harvey victims.
A family crosses into Colombia from Venezuela at the Simon Bolivar international bridge in Cúcuta on April 4, 2018
Karina Romero embraces her husband, Dikenis Carias, while their children Francois, 3, and Caleth, 1, play with each other on July 05, 2017. The family is reunited after being separated during the immigration process.
A large crowd moves through downtown for the March For Our Lives rally in Houston, Texas on March 24, 2018.
Buddy Treybig, a longtime shrimper on Matagorda Bay, said fishing there has never been harder. Prolonged drought and demand for water upstream in the Austin area have meant less fresh water flowing into the bay, which is essential to the marine life that provides incomes for coastal residents.
David Carr, New York Times columnist.
Local chapter presidents of Students for Trump use social media as a new form of grass-roots activism to rally supporters across the greater Houston area. After having worked together online, the members met for the first time on Thursday, March 25 at a member's gated community home in Missouri City.
Charla Gilliam, left, talks with Lisa Bell, center, about the latest care update on David Haywood, right, during an in-home check up on June 20, 2018.
Demonstrators protest against the separation of immigrant families at City Hall in Houston, TX.