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"The judgment of God sent the calamity to teach the Irish a lesson, that calamity must not be too much mitigated." [Read More]
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In 1936, an F5 tornado devastated Tupelo, MS. The U.S. government leapt to action immediately — not like now... [Read More]
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The president's power restoration effort in Puerto Rico is itself an unforgivable disaster. [Read More]
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President Donald Trump's latest tweets regarding recovery efforts in Puerto Rico were a direct response to remarks made by San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz... [Read More]
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Just 36 per cent of responders to Quinnipac University survey said President has done enough to support island nation devastated by Hurricane Maria... [Read More]
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HARTFORD – Waterbury Rep. Geraldo Reyes called President Donald Trump's threats Thursday to Puerto Rican aid disheartening and heartless along with other Puerto Rican leaders from... [Read More]
Puerto Rico is still largely without electricity and clean water following widespread devastation from Hurricane Maria, nearly a month after it made landfall. [Read More]
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President Donald Trump's comments in which he suggested the federal government cannot remain in Puerto Rico "forever" to help the island rebuild after it was... [Read More]
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White House Chief of Staff John Kelly fielded a number of questions from reporters at today's White House press briefing, including one about President Trump's... [Read More]
Does he agree with the president's tweets?.10/12/2017 17:02:52PM EST. [Read More]
New York Congresswoman Nydia Velazquez tells Housing Secretary Ben Carson to pass on some words from her, demanding the president get a history lesson U.S.-Puerto... [Read More]
New York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito on Trump's response to the humanitarian crisis... [Read More]
"I have no intention of abandoning Puerto Rico. They're a very important part of who we are," HUD secretary assures lawmakers. [Read More]
Trump's tweet was criticized by Democrats and the press as a sign that Trump was about to pull federal resources from the hurricane recovery... [Read More]
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