#Hurricane Maria

  • Article: US Navy Says Mostly Empty ‘Floating Hospital’ Off the Coast of Puerto Rico Is for Emergencies Only
    Health

    US Navy Says Mostly Empty ‘Floating Hospital’ Off the Coast of Puerto Rico Is for Emergencies Only

    By Phineas Rueckert|Oct. 18, 2017

    Puerto Rico’s public health system continues to deteriorate. Read more

  • Article: This Award-Winning Chef Is Serving Meals to Hungry Puerto Ricans Every Day
    Food & Hunger

    This Award-Winning Chef Is Serving Meals to Hungry Puerto Ricans Every Day

    By Phineas Rueckert|Oct. 16, 2017

    He even opened up a “paella pop-up.” Read more

  • Article: 16 Chilling Photos of Wildfires, Hurricanes, and More From Around the World This Week
    Citizenship

    16 Chilling Photos of Wildfires, Hurricanes, and More From Around the World This Week

    By Phineas Rueckert  and  Olivia Kestin|Oct. 13, 2017

    California's wildfires are the deadliest in state history. Read more

  • Article: The Jones Act, Waived to Help Deliver Supplies to Puerto Rico, Is Back in Effect
    Citizenship

    The Jones Act, Waived to Help Deliver Supplies to Puerto Rico, Is Back in Effect

    By Andrew McMaster|Oct. 11, 2017

    Reinstating the Jones Act will make relief efforts a lot more expensive. Read more

  • Article: Scientists in Puerto Rico Are Trying to Save 1,500 Monkeys for This Important Reason
    Environment

    Scientists in Puerto Rico Are Trying to Save 1,500 Monkeys for This Important Reason

    By Andrew McMaster|Oct. 10, 2017

    The human and animal communities in eastern Puerto Rico are deeply intertwined. Read more

  • Article: Things Are Still Really Bad in Puerto Rico
    Citizenship

    Things Are Still Really Bad in Puerto Rico

    By Andrew McMaster|Oct. 9, 2017

    The island is still struggling to get basics like food, water, and power. Read more

  • Article: Stats on Access to Clean Water and Electricity in Puerto Rico Vanish From FEMA's Website
    Citizenship

    Stats on Access to Clean Water and Electricity in Puerto Rico Vanish From FEMA's Website

    By Joe McCarthy|Oct. 6, 2017

    More positive statistics are being featured more prominently. Read more

  • Article: The Heartbreaking Photos of What's Really Happening in Puerto Rico
    Environment

    The Heartbreaking Photos of What's Really Happening in Puerto Rico

    Oct. 2, 2017

    Only 45% of people have access to drinking water — the road to recovery will be long. Read more