If you thought the results for People's Sexiest Man Alive were contentious, buckle your seat belts for the preliminary results of TIME's 'Person of the Year' reader poll, which includes the good, the.. Mashable
It's a relatively quiet, holiday-shortened (in the US) week, in which volumes are expected to grind lower as we head into the Thanksgiving holiday.
In the US, existing home sales will be reported on.. Zero Hedge
Protesters have gathered in front of the US Capitol asking for more federal support for Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria. Critics argue that not enough money has been appropriated to deal with.. Source: Euronews English -
Nearly two months after Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico, about half of the island is still in the dark. As David Begnaud reports, school children are getting lessons in patience and perseverance. Source: CBS News -
Washington (AFP) Nov 19, 2017
Protesters marched Sunday in Washington in solidarity with hurricane-hit Puerto Rico, criticizing the lackluster US response to the storm and calling for reform... Terra Daily Also reported by •SBS
Watch VideoDemonstrators in Washington, D.C., are marching in support of disaster-stricken Puerto Rico.
Thousands attended the Unity March for Puerto Rico to stand in solidarity against laws that.. Newsy
The lights remain off in bustling cities and in small rural villages. Gas generators, the only alternative to the downed power lines that seem to be everywhere, continuously hum outside hospitals and.. L.A. Times
It's been two months since Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, leaving the island without power and causing the longest blackout in United States history.
Thousands of protesters marched.. Mashable
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas hospitals say a national shortage of IVs is the worst they’ve ever seen since Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico in September and knocked out a key plant that.. Seattle Times
Puerto Rico’s lengthy recovery from Hurricane Maria has created an urgent medical need in rural towns across the island, where some residents have gone without medication or primary care for weeks,.. Wall Street Journal
In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico has a crisis growing with its Medicaid healthcare program, which experts predict will run out of federal money in a matter of months, but the White.. Newsmax