Hurricane Maria

Puerto Rico Outage World's Second Largest Blackout

Puerto Rico has lost 3.4 billion customer hours of electricity service because of Hurricane Maria, making it the largest blackout in U.S. history and the second largest in the world

FEMA Removes Climate Change Reference in Four-Year Plan

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.

Puerto Rican Families Removed from Temporary Housing

Dozens of Puerto Rican families whose homes were damaged during Hurricane Maria hang in the balance as the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) reversed its decision to extend temporary housing.

Report: Suicide In Puerto Rico Increases

The suicide rate in Puerto Rico has increased as of November 2017, and doctors fear that this could be because of Hurricane Maria's impact.

Biggest Stories of 2017, From Trump to #MeToo

From President Donald Trump's inauguration and the #MeToo movement to North Korea and the Las Vegas massacre, here's a list of some of the biggest events of the year.

Lights Off in Puerto Rico

Nearly two months after Hurricane Maria, almost two-thirds of Puerto Ricans still don't have power.