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A group of Traverse City kids braved the cold weather on Sunday and raised money for a great cause. With Puerto Rico still recovering from the devastating effects of Hurricane Maria, a group of friends ages 5 through 10 took it upon themselves to help out. They stood outside Horizon Books in Traverse City proudly waving Puerto Rican flags and... [Read More]
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There was a big holiday celebration to help boost the spirits of children and families evacuated to New York City from Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. [Read More]
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Thousands of Puerto Ricans have moved to the U.S. mainland after Hurricane Maria. On Saturday, Hartford, Conn., welcomed some of its newcomers with a Puerto Rican Christmas tradition: a parranda. [Read More]
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A report by Refugees International says housing is urgently needed for tens of thousands of Puerto Ricans who lack power and safe water nearly three months after Hurricane Maria damaged their…... [Read More]
Jessica Torres and her 5-year-old son arrived in New York after Hurricane Maria struck their native Puerto Rico in September, leaving them with little more than the clothes on their backs. They are struggling, but are grateful for family and opportunities here. [Read More]
A celebration of tradition took place at Hartford City Hall for members of the Puerto Rican community who have relocated after Hurricane Maria. [Read More]
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People forced to flee hard-hit Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria were invited to a special celebration in Hartford Saturday. [Read More]
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Since Hurricane Maria steamrollered Puerto Rico, the day-to-day job of digging out, sometimes block by block, has fallen largely to island residents. [Read More]
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A celebration of tradition took place at Hartford City Hall for members of the Puerto Rican community who have relocated after Hurricane Maria. [Read More]
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The destruction and ongoing misery caused by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico, as well as the sluggish emergency response, is especially troubling to those of us who live on islands twice as far from the U.S. mainland as Puerto Rico. [Read More]
Carlos, a married father of two children, moved with his family to the United States from Puerto Rico earlier this year as a result of the destruction left in Hurricane Maria's wake. He said the hurricane forced them to flee the island and they came to Am... [Read More]
Carlos, a married father of two children, moved with his family to the United States from Puerto Rico earlier this year as a result of the destruction left in Hurricane Maria's wake. He said the hurricane forced them to flee the island and they came to th... [Read More]
Three months after Hurricane Maria slammed into Puerto Rico, the sweeping federal tax overhaul that Congress plans to vote on as soon as this week will be another blow to the island's economy, the governor says. [Read More]
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The lights went out around 10 p.m. [Read More]
1. Puerto Rico: Donald Trump's malignant neglect of the American territory in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria's devastation is nothing short of a human-rights atrocity, and one of the most significant climate stories of the decade. 2. Paris pullout: Trump's announcement of his plans to abandon the 2015 Paris climate agreement sparked an international backlash--and... [Read More]
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Josh Wagner is celebrating his bar mitzvah by asking for gifts, but not for himself, for victims of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. [Read More]
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Tens of thousands of Puerto Ricans have fled devastated Puerto Rico for the continental United States since Hurricane Maria. Many have left the island for Bismarck and Mandan, where their... [Read More]
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It's been exactly three months since Hurricane Maria left Puerto Rico devastated and one local boy has not forgotten about the islanders. [Read More]
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It has been close to three months since Hurricane Maria changed the landscape of Puerto Rico. [Read More]
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A celebration of tradition took place at Hartford City Hall for members of the Puerto Rican community who have relocated after Hurricane Maria. [Read More]
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