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Hurricane Maria

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A third set of 100 New York college students and construction workers is headed to Puerto Rico to help rebuilding after Hurricane Maria's heavy blow... [Read More]
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NASA is offering an incredible before and after view of the damage Hurricane Maria inflicted on Puerto Rico's forests. ... [Read More]
An internal report released by the Federal Emergency Management Agency has concluded the agency was unable to provide adequate support to hurricane victims in Puerto... [Read More]
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Students from the State University College at Oneonta are volunteering in Puerto Rico this summer, assisting in recovery efforts after Hurricane Maria destroyed much of... [Read More]
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As Puerto Rico enters another hurricane season, the island's elderly residents find themselves especially vulnerable. A recent study found some 4,600 Puerto Ricans perished in... [Read More]
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Connecticut Senator Richard Blumenthal is among a group of senators calling on FEMA to extend long-term housing support for victims of Hurricane Maria. [Read More]
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An in-depth look why Puerto Rico was left struggling to survive after Hurricane Maria. [Read More]
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Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) admits failures occurred in its disaster response to Hurricane Maria, due in part to hurricanes Harvey and Irma hitting the... [Read More]
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The agency, already stretched thin by California wildfires and hurricanes Harvey and Irma, was unprepared for the storm that devastated Puerto Rico. [Read More]
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FRONTLINE and NPR investigate the humanitarian and economic crisis in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria -- examining how the federal response, Wall Street and years... [Read More]
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Selection from the cover of new FEMA report urging more private-sector disaster response. (Source: FEMA.gov) By Jonathan Larsen The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) report... [Read More]
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It only took the Federal Emergency Management Agency nine months to assess what Puerto Ricans have been saying since Hurricane Maria pummeled the island last... [Read More]
FEMA had personnel shortages, lacked aid supplies and had trouble coordinating logistics in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria, according to a report released Thursday. [Read More]
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Orlando News Videos... [Read More]
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Nearly a year after Hurricane Maria barreled into Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands, causing an estimated $100 billion in damage, the Federal Emergency Management... [Read More]
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The Federal Emergency Management Agency experienced personnel shortages, was caught with a critical lack of aid supplies, had trouble coordinating logistics and found itself struggling... [Read More]
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The FEMA report noted the timing of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria led to a number of logistical problems. [Read More]
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According to the report, when hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, FEMA's efforts and material aids were concentrated on the Virgin Islands which were suffering from... [Read More]
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No tarps, no cots, and less than 200 blue roofs. That is what the Federal Emergency Management Administration's warehouse in Puerto Rico looked like as... [Read More]
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FEMA said its warehouse was nearly empited out after Hurricane Irma, and there was no time to replenish before Maria hit on Sept. 19... [Read More]
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