"There's still people who are dying of AIDS and can't get to their medicine and there are still hospitals that are going to be on the verge of collapse because they continue to run on generation systems," Democratic Representative Luis Gutiérrez of Illinois said.
The official death toll is 51.
What happens when you have to dig out of two Category 5 hurricanes on an island few people even know exists?
After giving himself a "10" for Puerto Rico relief, San Juan mayor says President Trump lives in a "alternative-reality world."
The U.S. sent a military plane with supplies less than three days after the deadliest attack in the African country's history, but many Americans believe the country should help its citizens more, including Puerto Rico.
Voters say they have lost faith in the president's ability to lead following a disaster.
Tesla, Google and Facebook are stepping up to fix Puerto Rico.
Puerto Rican families are draining savings accounts, running out of resources and healthcare professionals warn that deaths on the island will only increase.
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
FEMA posted a help wanted ad on Monday for job applicants after several natural disasters left portions of the country devastated and without basic supplies, and the federal government struggles to respond.
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.
The U.S. and Caribbean are bracing themselves for another onslaught.
As Puerto Rico has struggled to recover from the Hurricane Maria, Carmen Yulín Cruz and Trump have publicly feuded.
Trump also handed out flashlights, joking, "You don't need them anymore," though most of Puerto Rico remains without power.
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.
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.