Study: Hurricane Maria Death Toll In Thousands; Opposed To Official Count Of 64The new study, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, estimates more than 4,600 people died in Puerto Rico, mostly because of problems accessing medicine or medical care.
Puerto Ricans Given Refuge After Hurricane Granted More TimeAbout a hundred Puerto Rican families who sought refuge in New York after Hurricane Maria will be given an extension on support.
Puerto Ricans Who Sought Refuge After Hurricane Maria Face Eviction As FEMA Aid EndsNearly 100 Puerto Rican families who sought refuge in New York after Hurricane Maria now fear they will become homeless again.
Island-Wide Power Outage Hits Puerto RicoOfficials said Wednesday it could take 24 to 36 hours to fully restore power.
Chirlane McCray In Puerto Rico With Delegation Of Mental Health ExpertsMcCray visited a community mental health facility in San Juan, and is attending a psychological first aid training for school staff in Hato Rey. 
Power Restored To Most Following Puerto Rico Blackout, Officials SaySeveral municipalities in the northern section of the island were plunged into darkness overnight after an explosion set off a fire at power station.
Parts Of Northern Puerto Rico Lose Electricity After Power Substation ExplosionA blackout hit northern Puerto Rico late Sunday after an explosion set off a major fire at a main power substation in the U.S. territory.
New York & Puerto Rico Governors Call For Increased Federal Hurricane AidGovernor Rossello joined Governor Cuomo on stage to call on Congress to address the funding Puerto Rico needs "immediately and fully."