New Yorkers Celebrate Resignation Of Puerto Rico's Embattled Governor Ricardo Rosello"It's about time! I don't know what took him so long, all his excuses, but thank God he's out," said East Harlem resident Rene Moran. 
Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rossello Resigns After Nearly Two Weeks Of ProtestsPuerto Ricans have been outraged ever since chat messages leaked earlier this month between the governor and his inner circle that included profane, homophobic and sexist comments.
Puerto Rico Protesters Flood The Streets Demanding Embattled Gov. Rossello ResignRosselló announced Sunday night he will not seek re-election, but stopped short of resigning.
Singer Ricky Martin Leads Puerto Rican Day Parade Through NYCNotably absent from the festivities was Mayor Bill de Blasio, who campaigned in Iowa instead.
One Woman's Mission: Saving Dogs In Danger After Natural DisastersThere are plenty of homeless dogs in New York, but in other places the situation is more dire. Saving them is not cheap, but one woman chose a love for dogs over a love for money.
SEE IT: Lin-Manuel Miranda Sits Down With ‘CTM’ Ahead Of ‘Hamilton’s’ Puerto Rico PremiereThe musical’s star and creator says the island needs “debt forgiveness” to recover from Hurricane Maria.
Puerto Rico Struggling To Rebuild 1 Year After Hurricane MariaIt has been one year since Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico. The Category 4 storm left the whole island without power for months, and it is still struggling to rebuild today.
President Trump Disputes Hurricane Maria Death Toll In Puerto RicoThe president's comments come as his administration prepares to battle yet another potentially life-threatening storm with Hurricane Florence approaching the Carolina coast. 
Puerto Rico: Hurricane Maria’s Death Toll Jumps From 64 To More Than 1,400The report said, however, that the 1,427 deaths in the four months after the storms "may or may not be attributable to the hurricanes."
Gov. Cuomo Heads To Puerto Rico As Island Continues To Recover From Hurricane MariaGov. Andrew Cuomo heads to Puerto Rico Monday for the fifth time since Hurricane Maria devastated the island.
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.