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U.S. Hospitals Wrestle With Shortages of Drug Supplies Made in Puerto Rico
Officials warn that Hurricane Maria’s effects on manufacturing on the island may be long-lasting.
How to Keep the Lights On After a Hurricane
We can’t eliminate storms and high winds. But we can modernize the electric grid, save on fossil fuels and reduce emissions of greenhouse gases.
Puerto Ricans Ask: When Will the Lights Come Back On?
A month after Hurricane Maria knocked out power, 80 percent of Puerto Rico remains without electricity. And progress is slow.
Carlos Beltran, With Puerto Rico on His Mind, Tries to Steady the Astros
As he helps coordinate relief efforts for the hurricane-ravaged island, Beltran, 40, is also trying to be a calming presence for a Houston team on the brink of elimination.
Puerto Rico’s Crisis, by the Numbers
Where, oh where, is the urgency from Washington?
Sending Relief by Air and Sea to Puerto Rico From the Bronx
As she leads a nonprofit’s aid effort, Lymaris Albors channels the anguish stirred by Hurricane Maria into delivering help to her homeland.
A Life of Service Ends in Puerto Rico, but Lives On in the Bronx
Lorraine Montenegro, who died in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, helped thousands of families in the South Bronx when the city had neither the money nor interest to do so.
On Twitter, States That Trump Won Hear They’re ‘Great!’ The Rest Hear Mostly Nothing.
President Trump said he would be a leader for the entire nation, but so far on Twitter, his preferred method for addressing Americans directly, he has lavished praise exclusively on states he won.
Puerto Rico vs. Florida and Texas
How President Trump talks about hurricane victims.
A Disaster in the White House for Puerto Rico
It’s only three weeks since the island was devastated by hurricanes, but the president can’t be bothered with it anymore.
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