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Puerto Rico's former Gov. Pedro Rosselló urges Congress to make good on its promise to defend democracy and the free will of its people: Heed the wishes of Puerto Ricans to become the 51st state. [Read More]
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Osceola County leaders plan to ask members of Congress for more help with housing Puerto Ricans displaced by Hurricane Maria. [Read More]
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A top U.S. Army engineer says he isn't too happy that many Puerto Ricans are still without power more than 150 days after Hurricane Maria. [Read More]
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Lt. Gen. Todd Semonite said Puerto Ricans shouldn't wait so long for power. [Read More]
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More than 600 individuals have sought disaster relief services from Syracuse's La Liga since Maria hit the island in September. [Read More]
Five months have passed since Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, and more than 400,000 Puerto Ricans still lack electricity. Many have no access to food ... [Read More]
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As an increasing number of Puerto Ricans decide to call the United States their new home, America must be careful to prevent the treatment of this mass exodus from transmogrifying into the second coming of the Marielitos. [Read More]
Hurricane Maria, which made landfall on September 20, 2017, devastated Puerto Rico, and has created a Catch-22. Puerto Ricans are fleeing the island in the thousands, bound mainly for Florida,... [Read More]
Hurricane Maria, which made landfall on September 20, 2017, devastated Puerto Rico, and has created a Catch-22. Puerto Ricans are fleeing the island in the thousands, bound mainly for Florida,... [Read More]
The Crisis Center of Tampa Bay has fielded dozens of calls from Puerto Ricans who have moved to the Bay Area since Hurricane Maria. ... [Read More]
The Crisis Center of Tampa Bay has fielded dozens of calls from Puerto Ricans who have moved to the Bay Area since Hurricane Maria. ... [Read More]
[anvplayer video="WRIC:1860882"] RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC)- 3D Youth, an urban youth group out of the East End will be holding a fundraiser to help fund their disaster relief trip to Puerto Rico. Middle and High School Students from Armstrong High School and Church Hill Academy will be taking the trip to provide aid to Puerto Ricans in... [Read More]
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Orlando News Videos... [Read More]
A local woman, active in the Latino community, is working to help families that have come to the Mohawk Valley because of the aftermath of this past summer's hurricane in Puerto Rico. [Read More]
A 1,000-year-old tooth has provided genetic evidence that the first natives to meet Columbus in the New World have living descendants in the Caribbean. [Read More]
NewsHour Weekend's Ivette Feliciano traveled to Hartford, Connecticut, to speak with some of those families... [Read More]
Many Puerto Ricans are still struggling to cope without electricity, months after Hurricane Maria destroyed the power grid for the Caribbean island. With some 40 percent of Puerto Rico still affected, people are coming up with ever more innovative ways to live without power along with other basic services such as clean water and Internet access. Gianpaolo Pietri reports on the efforts of one young couple, who give new meaning to the concept of self-reliance. [Read More]
It's been nearly five months since Hurricane Maria devastated the Island of Puerto Rico, but after watching the aftermath unfold on TV, owner and head chef at The Southern Inn Restaurant, George Huger... [Read More]
Southern Inn helps Puerto Ricans... [Read More]
On this edition for Sunday, Feb. 18, students fighting for gun control plan a national march, and President Trump takes to Twitter to respond to the latest on Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. election. Also, five months after Hurricane Maria, displaced Puerto Ricans live in limbo on the mainland. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York. [Read More]
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