Puerto Rico

Mark Zuckerberg unfortunately felt a promotional chat about Facebook’s new virtual reality functionality was the perfect
US President Donald Trump finally visited Puerto Rico and sat down for a listening session on the relief efforts. But he didn’t do much listening.
4. Told one victim to have “a good time”.  When visiting storm victims, local people showed him the storm’s damage to their
These Puerto Rican celebs stepped up to show support for victims of Hurricane Maria.
Donald Trump has lashed out at “politically motivated ingrates” amid fierce criticism of his Government’s efforts to rebuild
This isn’t the first time the president dragged the news media during a national crisis.
The president has decided that now is the time to attack hurricane victims on Twitter.
The response to Trump’s attack on Cruz and others was withering, with one person asking: “Why attack the mayor of a city
“Don’t let your people die like this.”
As many as 70,000 American lives are at risk if the territory’s Guajataca dam breaks.
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In some communities, 80 to 90 percent of homes have been completely destroyed.
The U.S. territory is still dealing with the consequences from Hurricane Irma.
Hurricane Irma was upgraded to an “extremely dangerous” Category 5 hurricane on Tuesday
“I am beyond grateful and appreciate all the love and attention this has brought to my life,” she added. “I never believed
Miss Puerto Rico Stephanie Del Valle was crowned Miss World 2016.