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CBS News correspondent David Begnaud joins CBSN to preview his upcoming CBSN Originals documentary, "Puerto Rico: Exodus After Hurricane Maria." Begnaud discusses the mental health impact and other problems the next generation of Puerto Ricans face. [Read More]
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Sen. Bill Nelson insisted he did not want to speak about politics on Thursday. It was supposed to be a day to commemorate the nearly 3,000 Puerto Ricans who died …... [Read More]
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Thursday marks one year since Hurricane Maria destroyed parts of Puerto Rico. [Read More]
During an interview on the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello says that Puerto Ricans are treated like second-class citizens. [Read More]
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One year after Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico, there a debate about whether the storm has created political winds that will prompt Connecticut's Puerto Ricans to shed their reputation as unlikely voters. [Read More]
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One year after Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, many who remain on the island face stark realities and decisions. [Read More]
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Puerto Ricans upset over their treatment after Hurricane Maria are hoping to send a message in Florida's upcoming midterm elections. Activists are registering voters, and about 2,000 Puerto Ricans are expected to rally this weekend near President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach to... [Read More]
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CBS News correspondent David Begnaud joined CBSN to preview his upcoming CBSN Originals documentary, "Puerto Rico: Exodus After Hurricane Maria." Begnaud discusses the mental health impact and other problems the next generation of Puerto Ricans face. [Read More]
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A year ago, Hurricane Maria tore into Puerto Rico, obliterating power grids, decimating farms, flattening homes and wrecking the local economy. Maria came on the heels of Hurricane Irma — sister-storms that would forever change the fate of the island. But even as Maria churned, another sister-storm raged on. This one involved a sisterhood of Puerto Ricans, some living on the island, others part of the diaspora in the US mainland. Most of these women have never met, but together... [Read More]
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CBS News' David Begnaud speaks to a group of storm survivors in a preview of "Puerto Rico: Exile After Hurricane Maria" [Read More]
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CBS News' David Begnaud speaks to a group of storm survivors in a preview of "Puerto Rico: Exile After Hurricane Maria" [Read More]
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During an interview on the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello says that Puerto Ricans are treated like second-class citizens. [Read More]
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A year ago, Hurricane Maria tore into Puerto Rico, obliterating power grids, decimating farms, flattening homes and wrecking the local economy. Maria came on the heels of Hurricane Irma — sister-storms that would forever change the fate of the island. But even as Maria churned, another sister-storm raged on. This one involved a sisterhood of Puerto Ricans, some living on the island, others part of the diaspora in the US mainland. Most of these women have never met, but together... [Read More]
On the week of the anniversary of Hurricane Maria, hundreds of Puerto Ricans are gathering to send a message to President Donald Trump. [Read More]
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At this time last year, Hurricane Maria was bearing down on Puerto Rico. [Read More]
On Hurricane Maria's anniversary, people in Puerto Rico are mourning those killed by the storm and remembering the catastrophe that changed the island's history. [Read More]
A year after the devastation of Hurricane María, WBUR's Simon Rios and Jesse Costa visit the island to see how residents have been faring. [Read More]
Rio Piedras (THE CONVERSATION) The catastrophe that followed Hurricane Maria's landfall in Puerto Rico, on Sept. 20, 2017, affected all of Puerto Rico's 3.3 million citizens. Everyone lost power for weeks. Half of all Puerto Ricans went without electricity until Thanksgiving. Thirty-five percent celebrated Christmas in the dark. Several thousand would not see their power restored until August 2018. Hurricane Maria's death toll of 2,975 ranks it among the deadliest natural disasters in United States history. [Read More]
Puerto Ricans who are now living in Connecticut after being displaced by Hurricane Maria are speaking out. [Read More]
Puerto Ricans reflect on loved ones lost in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria — whose deaths President Trump refuses to acknowledge — on the one year anniversary of the hurricane. [Read More]
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