Residents in Houston, Texas, suffered massive damage from Hurricane Harvey in 2017 but aren't seeing any of the $1 billion in federal funding promised to help Texas recover from the storm.
Those applying for both home and business disaster assistance can complete one application to cover both.
Those affected by Hurricane Laura can be helped through financial donations, volunteering and giving blood.
Waller-Bridge took to eBay to auction the outfit she wore at the 77th annual Golden Globes that will be up for grabs until Monday, January 20.
The refusal by HUD to release the rule book for how the funds can be applied for—and subsequently spent—indefinitely prohibits Puerto Rico's access to more than $8 billion for projects meant to minimize the impact of future storms.
Tom Golisano—founder of payroll and human resources company Paychex—is estimated to have a net worth of around $3.1 billion, according to Forbes.
Dozens of charities have implemented programs to help people in the Bahamas get the supplies and living essentials in the aftermath of the storm.
Trump reportedly decided to move millions from FEMA's disaster relief fund to boost resources to migrant detention at the southern border.
The FEMA strategic plan gave a blueprint for "before, during and after disasters," but eliminated references to global warning, sea level rise and volatile weather-related events, according to a FEMA document on Thursday that was reported by NPR.
The first lady shared her feelings about a family whose home was ravaged by the hurricane.
Governor Ricardo Rossello on Monday also ordered an investigation of drinking water distribution.
Oxfam International basically says we're like a Third World nation, given how slowly the Trump administration has responded to the crisis in Puerto Rico.
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.
The Latino community worries the agents sent to help with search and rescue will also carry out immigration enforcement, but ICE says they won't.
The state asked for $929 million, but it's getting $6.1 million.
The government will also sell off state assets to fund the billions in damages.