Disasters fueled by global warming are the "new normal." Figuring out how to avoid the next one must be a top priority for all of us.
During his visit to the hurricane-stricken U.S. territory, President Trump shocked the bond market when he said he would wipe out the island’s debt.
Nearly 40 percent of the U.S. territory's residents have no safe drinking water, according to a FEMA report.
The administration is asking that a national disaster relief package include a $4.9 billion Treasury loan to the U.S. territory, atop a $150 million loan for matching funds for FEMA grants.
Her pushback at Donald Trump in the wake of Hurricane Maria has made the mayor a spokeswoman for the people of Puerto Rico.
As Elon Musk and others have made clear, the islands’ centralized fossil-fueled electric grids should not be rebuilt.
The president opens his tour of the island by focusing on the best of the reviews he and his administration are getting for the federal response.
The president's petulant tweet storm Saturday accused Puerto Ricans of wanting everything done for them.
The president argues on Twitter that Carmen Yulin "and others in Puerto Rico" have demonstrated "poor leadership ability" after the devastating hurricane.