Voters say they have lost faith in the president's ability to lead following a disaster.
In a letter to the Department of Homeland Security, the senator pushed for an evaluation of whether the administration "is selectively disclosing or manipulating data."
Hurricane Ophelia is headed away from the U.S. coast toward Europe
Governor Ricardo Rossello on Monday also ordered an investigation of drinking water distribution.
The U.S. approved the tech giant's bid to provide the emergency cellular service.
If Puerto Rico takes Tesla up on the offer it could stop power outages and save 78 million gallons of fuel per year.
President Donald Trump lauded the Coast Guard for its post-storm work in Puerto Rico, but he was actually addressing someone from the Air Force.
Puerto Rico Senator Abel Nazario tells Newsweek the island is struggling with a lack of electricity.
For days, the president has accused San Juan’s mayor of being politically motivated in her criticism of the federal government’s response to the crisis.
Italian astronaut Paolo Nespoli shared a timelapse of the storms over his home country.
The Jones Act was waived for Texas and Florida in the wake of hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
Warblers are headed to Puerto Rico this week, and the birds will arrive on an island transformed.
Cancer drugs and medications that transplant patients need are among those produced on the island, according to the FDA.
Trump plans a visit to Puerto Rico nearly two weeks after Hurricane Maria. Former President George W. Bush waited two days to survey damage in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.
Puerto Ricans need food, electricity and access to clean water. They also need a President who cares, say people across the island, who disagree with the President's assessment that the island is "doing well" on "food, water and medical" supplies.
But solar eclipses have been known to affect temperature and wind.
Five past presidents on Monday expand a recovery funds collection effort to include Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, while the White House isn't looking to request aid until October.
The state emergency management agency tweeted that "the greatest impacts" from Maria would come late Tuesday and last through early Thursday.
“It’s hard to find her in the best of situations, and it’s even harder now with the hurricane chaos," says a colleague of the missing woman.