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Puerto Rican evacuees search for housing before hotel vouchers expire

Vouchers allowing Puerto Ricans displaced by hurricane Maria to live in hotels on the mainland will expire on Sept. 14. With limited resources, many evacuees are faced with tough decisions to keep..
Christian Science Monitor

Puerto Rico after hurricane Maria: one year later

Memorials and commemorations took place across the island this week as residents grappled with how the storm changed their lives and created problems of housing, electricity, and loss that still..
Christian Science Monitor

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La Gozadera dance club reopens one year after Hurricane Maria [Video]La Gozadera dance club reopens one year after Hurricane Maria

For two decades, La Gozadera, which means the party or a good time, has  been a place for locals to dance, drink and eat fried empanadillas. (Carolyn Cole / Los Angeles Times)

NYDN tronc -   01:10

Rubén Díaz Jr. On The State Of Puerto Rico One Year After Hurricane Maria [Video]Rubén Díaz Jr. On The State Of Puerto Rico One Year After Hurricane Maria

'Blood is on the hands of this president.' — The Bronx Borough president on Puerto Rico one year after Hurricane Maria. This video, "Rubén Díaz Jr. On The State Of Puerto Rico One Year After..

NowThis News -   04:19

Michigan State to study communication after Hurricane Maria [Video]Michigan State to study communication after Hurricane Maria

Michigan State University researchers have received a federal grant to study communication after Hurricane Maria, which devastated Puerto Rico

FOX 47 News Michigan -   00:11

David Begnaud answers questions about David Begnaud answers questions about "Puerto Rico: The Exodus After Hurricane Maria"

David Begnaud answered social media viewers' questions live Sunday night, after the broadcasting of CBSN Originals doc "Puerto Rico: The Exodus After Hurricane Maria"

CBS News -   02:55

ALS patient discusses fleeing Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria [Video]ALS patient discusses fleeing Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria

While covering Hurricane Maria in 2017, CBS News correspondent David Begnaud met Carmelo Diaz and his wife Bere Padilla. Diaz had been battling ALS for nearly three decades, and was forced to evacuate..

CBSN -   03:47

Chef who cooked millions of meals in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria says he failed [Video]Chef who cooked millions of meals in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria says he failed

Chef José Andrés, the founder of World Central Kitchen, told CBS News correspondent David Begnaud that he "failed" in Puerto Rico, despite providing nearly 3.7 million meals to victims of Hurricane..

CBSN -   13:43

 

Trump says he will not consider statehood for Puerto Rico because of San Juan mayor

The president and mayor have frequently sparred over federal response to Hurricane Maria last year
Independent

At World Cup, Puerto Rico hopes to lift spirits back home

SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, Spain (AP) — Puerto Rico guard Dayshalee Salaman remembers huddling with her family in her grandmother's house as the wind from Hurricane Maria howled outside.For 12 hours..
New Zealand Herald

Carli Muñoz Talks Recording In Puerto Rico After Hurricane Maria Hit, Shares 'Wangari Mathaai'

Carli Muñoz, longtime keyboardist for The Beach Boys, is no stranger to using his talents in pop, rock and jazz. Performing with the likes...
Billboard.com

New York Today: New York Today: Behind a Police Department Scandal

Monday: Inside an investigation and a monument to the Puerto Rican victims of Hurricane Maria.
NYTimes.com

Puerto Rico update for travelers: What to expect on the island one year after Hurricane Maria

The island is welcoming tourists back with new and renovated hotels, plus improved storm preparedness.
Newsday

Chef who cooked millions of meals in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria says he failed

Chef José Andrés, the founder of World Central Kitchen, told CBS News correspondent David Begnaud that he "failed" in Puerto Rico, despite providing nearly 3.7 million meals to victims of Hurricane..
CBS News

FEMA official in Puerto Rico discusses water bottles left on tarmac

Earlier this month, new photos revealed what appeared to be millions of water bottles meant for victims still sitting on a runway in Ceiba, Puerto Rico, more than one year after Hurricane Maria. Justo..
CBS News

ALS patient discusses fleeing Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria

While covering Hurricane Maria in 2017, CBS News correspondent David Begnaud met Carmelo Diaz and his wife Bere Padilla. Diaz had been battling ALS for nearly three decades, and was forced to evacuate..
CBS News

David Begnaud on his "passion" for covering Puerto Rico

CBS News correspondent David Begnaud reflects on his year covering Puerto Rico and the aftermath of Hurricane Maria
CBS News

Hurricane Maria's Devastation Of Puerto Rico, 1 Year Later

One year after hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Natalie Jaresko, head of the island's financial oversight board, about the daunting task of revamping its economy.
NPR

News24.com | Maria's death toll climbed long after rain stopped

After Hurricane Maria, hundreds of Puerto Ricans with treatable ailments like bedsores and kidney problems died agonising deaths after going without proper medical care.
News24

Puerto Rico's humanitarian crisis, one year after Hurricane Maria

One year ago, Puerto Rico was reeling in the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Maria. In the following months, an estimated 3,000 people died from medical conditions that could not be treated in parts..
CBS News

Exposures: Back From the Storm

In Puerto Rico, communities are still reeling from the destruction of Hurricane Maria.
NYTimes.com

Hurricane Maria caravan, rally focuses on Trump's Mar-a-Lago

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Activists marking the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Maria's devastation of Puerto Rico are staging a rally and caravan focused on President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago..
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