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Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico at a time of great financial difficulty for the island and its residents, leaving behind widespread destruction and a humanitarian crisis. This natural disaster will undoubtedly dictate the upcoming policy agenda for the island. It is imperative that we maintain public awareness for disaster relief efforts and engagement, not just in the emergency phase but also during recovery and reconstruction.

Puerto Rico is facing a growing crisis in the wake of Hurricane Maria, which has knocked out water, electricity, and telephone services. The entire ...
ISABELA, Puerto Rico — The northwest part of Puerto Rico is in a state of crippling confusion as a lack of phone service bogs down relief efforts and ...
Large amounts of federal aid began moving into Puerto Rico on Saturday, welcomed by local officials who praised the Trump administration's .....
People try to get a cellphone signal in Dorado, 40 km north of San Juan, Puerto Rico, on September 23, 2017. Comunications, electric power, water ...
GUAJATACA, Puerto Rico — Large amounts of federal aid began moving into Puerto Rico on Saturday, welcomed by local officials who praised the ...
The Miami Airport is just a short flight from Puerto Rico. But on Saturday afternoon, at the American Airlines rebooking counter, it felt very far away.
Preciosa Guzmán, 17, endured Hurricane Maria in San Juan, Puerto Rico. She arrived on a JetBlue flight into Orlando International Airport on ...
TOA BAJA, Puerto Rico — People in this storm-torn town waded though muddy water, swept thick mud out of living rooms or drove through thigh-high ...
The Guajataca Dam is 120 feet high and nearly 1,000 feet long, built in 1929 by the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority. It lies across the Guajataca ...
WASHINGTON — Federal agencies grappled Saturday with the vast scale of the disaster in Puerto Rico left by Hurricane Maria, the third major storm ...