Dorian Strengthens Into Hurricane As Puerto Rico Avoids Direct Hit — Live UpdatesDorian became a Category 1 hurricane right before it made landfall on the U.S. Virgin Islands on Wednesday, causing power outages and minor flooding.
Tropical Storm Dorian Takes Aim At Puerto Rico, Trump Approves Emergency DeclarationPuerto Rico and the Dominican Republic are under states of emergency as Tropical Storm Dorian tears through the Caribbean. Forecasters warn heavy rain could cause life-threatening floods.
Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rosselló Resigns After 12 Days Of ProtestsPuerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rosselló resigned Wednesday night after his government and the country spent the day under a cloud of uncertainty. He said his resignation would take effect on Friday, August 2 and Secretary of Justice Wanda Vázquez will succeed him.
With Chance To Make-A-Wish For Herself, Brave Little Girl Battling Cancer Decides To Help OthersRather than asking for something for herself after her rare form of leukemia went into remission, Zelaya Guevara asked Make-A-Wish to help the children and families of Puerto Rico affected by Hurricane Maria.
President Lambasted After Suggesting 3,000 Americans 'Did Not Die' In Puerto Rico HurricanesThe president tweeted that the 3,000 number was offered up by Democrats to make him look bad.
Trump Disputes Hurricane Death Toll In Puerto RicoIt's the latest defense since Mr. Trump on Tuesday claimed that federal response to Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico was an "unsung success."
Puerto Rico Hit By Island-Wide Power OutageOfficials said it could take 24 to 36 hours to fully restore power to more than 1.4 million customers.
Puerto Rico: Treasury Cuts $5B Disaster Relief Loan To $2BPuerto Rico's governor is demanding action from U.S. Congress after announcing that the Treasury Department has cut a nearly $5 billion disaster relief loan by more than half.
Puerto Rico To Blame For Post-Maria Setbacks, Says USFederal officials are blaming a lack of leadership, money and communication in Puerto Rico for setting back hurricane recovery efforts in the U.S. territory.
San Juan Mayor Says FEMA Ends Puerto Rico Too SoonSan Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz says many in the U.S. territory still need the water and food they have been getting from FEMA.
Puerto Rico Fears Post-Maria Murder Surge: 11 Days, 32 SlainOfficials say 32 people have been slain in hurricane-battered Puerto Rico in the first 11 days of the year, double the number killed over the same period in 2017.
'Despacito' Made This Neighborhood Famous, But Hurricane Maria Ravaged ItTwo months after Hurricane Maria, San Juan's La Perla neighborhood, made famous in the viral music video for "Despacito," is still without water and power.
Some Puerto Ricans Feel Like 'Second-Class' Citizens In Wake Of Maria"By now, it's sort of comical, but it makes me feel second-class, like you don't belong," one New Yorker says of the federal response
SoCal Rescue Team Deploys To Puerto RicoRiverside Fire Department sent a search and rescue team Saturday to help victims of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.
Duarte Woman Beyond Concerned For Her Mother In Storm-Ravaged Puerto Rico"All I can do it pray," Jeanette Santana said.