Puerto Ricans Aren’t Just Preparing for Hurricane Dorian: 'We’re Preparing for the Government to Fail Us'
Puerto Ricans have little faith that their government will provide any relief after the storm hits.
Protesters clashed with police, who used tear gas to disperse a crowd that threw bottles and rocks.
Nearly 30,000 homes in Puerto Rico still have temporary roofs, almost two years after Hurricane Maria.
And the fight could impact badly needed aid to California, Florida, Georgia, and Midwest.
Trump didn't want to send any disaster-relief money to Puerto Rico but a HUD official said he had to, report says
Pam Patenaude, deputy secretary to HUD-leader Ben Carson, submitted her resignation on Dec. 17.
“I’ve never cooked in a kitchen with only queer people, mostly women, and centering Puerto Rican food and ingredients. There’s a lot to say here."
"I think leadership is 51 percent empathy. With empathy, you can gain the hearts of anybody, if you mean business."
Puerto Ricans tell us what it's like a year after Maria
Puerto Ricans living on the mainland share their stories of displacement.
One year after Maria devastated the island, Puerto Rico has made a partial recovery — but 8 percent of the population has migrated.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott, for one, defended the independent study that said thousands were lost