The floods have claimed and displaced more lives than Australia’s bushfires, yet international media is paying the crisis little attention.
"I'm young, I just got this house, I worked hard for this house, and now an earthquake is possibly going to take it out."
Nearly 30,000 homes in Puerto Rico still have temporary roofs, almost two years after Hurricane Maria.
Corporations are Privatizing Power in Puerto Rico as Trump Administration Relief Aid Continues to Stumble
A toxic combination of incompetency, greed and vulnerability after Hurricane Maria make the island ripe for a dangerous move toward privatization of major utilities.
As enrollment shrinks after the storm, 1 in 13 kids across the island won't be back to school.
Disaster relief crews in Montecito, California, race to move the tons of mud to a nearby town
Puerto Rico's educators need help in their fight to keep schools open and moving.
They've been fighting for help — and that was before the looming shutdown
With the island now over 100 days in darkness, the people plan to celebrate the upcoming holiday in a different way.
People in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands attempting to get back on their feet and rebuild their islands should not have to worry about evictions, late fees, negative credit reports or any other financial burdens due to no fault of their own.
The natural disaster left the island nation in a state of devastation. Here's how you can help locals get back on their feet in this urgent time of need.
As Washington continues to stall on meaningful recovery, an upcoming meeting in Manhattan has huge implications for the future of hundreds of thousands of workers on the island who were already dealing with an economic catastrophe.