Rosamari Palerm transferred to a school in Miami last fall after her school shut down in the wake of Hurricane Maria. She’s returned home to San Juan, but some of her classmates have stayed, making new homes in Miami.
The official count is now 48 deaths. But reporters thought that number seemed off.
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Facebook, Alphabet and Tesla are among the tech giants stepping up efforts to help hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico. Puerto Ricans have differing opinions about those efforts.
President Donald Trump attacked the mayor of San Juan "and others in Puerto Rico" after she criticized the pace of federal relief efforts after Hurricane Maria.
"Maybe a little bit less of tweeting about the NFL and more of a humane attitude towards what is being lived here on the island right now."
There have been questions about the speed with which the Trump administration has moved to deploy the US military after Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico. "It feels a little bit slow," says one former US Navy admiral.
Ricardo Rosselló, Puerto Rico's governor, called for more aid from the Trump administration on Sunday night and compared the crisis to the aftermath of hurricanes Katrina and Sandy.
Puerto Rico is particularly damaged: The southeast coast suffered the worst, but no part of the island escaped Maria's wrath, including the capital San Juan where there was widespread flooding.
President Donald Trump has issued a disaster declaration for Puerto Rico, which makes federal funding available to residents affected by hurricanes.
Hurricane Maria knocked Puerto Rico's power back out after engineers had restored it following Hurricane Irma.