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  • This hurricane season not likely to be as rough as 2017, but future hurricanes will reach intensities "never seen historically," experts warn.

    This hurricane season not likely to be as rough as 2017, but future hurricanes will reach intensities "never seen historically," experts warn.

    Cooler waters in the Atlantic should reduce the activity of this hurricane season which starts June 1. And despite a rough 2017 hurricane season, insurers are in good shape for the new season.
    David C Adams
  • Why Puerto Rico’s death toll from Hurricane Maria is so much higher than officials thought

    Why Puerto Rico’s death toll from Hurricane Maria is so much higher than officials thought

    Hurricane Maria’s destruction likely have led to thousands more dead than originally estimated due to the way deaths are recorded by government officials.
    Alexis R. Santos-Lozada
  • Recovery effort underway in Florida as Irma downgraded to tropical storm

    Recovery effort underway in Florida as Irma downgraded to tropical storm

    Irma left a path of destruction behind with wind damage and flooding across a wide swath of the state, including the Florida Keys and Miami. It continued to move up the west coast but its winds dropped to 70 mph, just below hurricane status.
  • The immigrants of Immokalee; overlooked after Irma

    The immigrants of Immokalee; overlooked after Irma

    Not far from the wealthy mansions of Naples, many immigrant agricultural workers in Florida lost homes in the storm and now worry about their farm jobs. Many of those affected live in mobile homes, which could not withstand the hurricane-force winds.
  • Puerto Rico cut off after Maria, without power throughout the island

    Puerto Rico cut off after Maria, without power throughout the island

    The island's airport is closed and the electricity grid collapsed leaving families in the dark about the fate of their relatives. President Donald Trump approved a federal disaster declaration for Puerto Rico to speed up recovery. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) said it would open an air bridge from the mainland on Friday, with military planes flying to the island daily carrying water, food, generators and temporary shelters.
  • How the earthquake helped Mexico’s army win back the people (for now)

    How the earthquake helped Mexico’s army win back the people (for now)

    The actions of one soldier who tried in vain to rescue a woman and her child in the rubble has become a symbol of gratitude many Mexicans feel towards an institution that until the earthquake seemed at odds with the people.
    Rafa Fernandez de Castro