News24.com | US Senate presses ahead on $36.5bn Puerto Rico disaster relief packageThe Senate is pushing ahead on a $36.5bn hurricane relief package that would give Puerto Rico a much-needed infusion of cash.
Five weeks after Maria most of Puerto Rico remains an island in the darkFixing the near total damage to Puerto Rico's grid is slowed because it's an island and a weakened grid due to mismanagement, deferred maintenance.
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|The Western New York community once again showed its spirit of generosity on Monday.|
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|The U.S. Senate is taking up 36-and a half billion-dollar disaster relief package.|
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The Latest: Heat will make ball carry better in World SeriesPuerto Rico native Kike Hernandez loves the hot forecast heading into the World Series
Puerto Rico wants Amazon's second headquarters, tooThe hurricane-battered U.S. territory managed to submit its application to Amazon by last Thursday's deadline.
After Hurricane Maria's Destruction, Connecticut Father Gets His Sons Out Of Puerto RicoAfter weeks of hearing from his teenage sons in Puerto Rico about the lack of sufficient food and water, a Connecticut father sells his car to pay for plane tickets to get them out.
Amid Puerto Rico's Water Crisis, Unions Step In Where Trump Is FailingThe American Federation of Teachers is raising money to deliver 100,000 water filtration systems to hurricane victims.
U.S. Hospitals Wrestle With Shortages of Drug Supplies Made in Puerto RicoOfficials warn that Hurricane Maria’s effects on manufacturing on the island may be long-lasting.
Paris Jackson Volunteers in Puerto Rico to Help Hurricane VictimsAfter landfall of deadly category 5 storm Hurricane Maria in September, the island of Puerto Rico is still in dire condition, with many families left...
In A Devastated Puerto Rican Landscape, Getting By On Tenacity, Patience And The Kindness Of NeighborsWithout television, phone, or radio, Alicea’s life in this remote, rural corner of Puerto Rico has become even more solitary
Fellow Americans Have Taken Charge In Puerto Rico Relief EffortsFor many victims of Hurricane Maria, the first signs of help come from fellow Americans, not U.S. officials.
N.J. nurses return home after volunteer trip in Puerto Rico"They needed assistance, they needed food and water and to know someone cares about them," one of the volunteer nurses said.
Former Yankees catcher Jorge Posada, wife aid Puerto RicoFORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) New York Yankees catcher Jorge Posada and his wife continue to give to hurricane-devastated Puerto Rico.