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'Nothing Can Prepare You for This': Puerto Ricans Face Devastation
Puerto Ricans describe adjusting to a devastated landscape outside their homes and businesses and no power for the foreseeable future.
Floods Ravage Puerto Rico, Island Faces Months Without Power
"The San Juan that we knew yesterday is no longer there," the mayor of the Puerto Rican capital said after Hurricane Maria hammered the island.
'I Feel Helpless': Families in Despair for Maria-Hit Island
The monster storm, which killed at least 17 people across the Caribbean, cut off cellphone service on much of the island.
'Island Destroyed': All Power Out as Maria Crushes Puerto Rico
Authorities say it could be four to six months before electricity is returned to Puerto Rico and its nearly 3.5 million people.
First Footage From Dominica Shows 'Total Destruction'
Dominica's main hospital "took a beating" from Hurricane Maria while buildings serving as shelters had their roofs ripped off, an official said.
Soft Soil Makes Mexico City Shake Like It Was Built on Jelly
The soft soil that lines the ancient lake bed that Mexico City is built on amplified the shaking from Tuesday's earthquake and increased its destructive force, seismologists say as they try to better understand the quake that has killed more than 200 people.
How to Help Victims of Hurricane Maria
As islanders scramble to take shelter from the powerful storm, you can do your part.
Hurricane Maria Bears Down on Puerto Rico With 155 MPH Winds
Maria was expected to pass close to the Virgin Islands and was on track to arrive in Puerto Rico by Wednesday morning.
Latin Grammy Nominations Postponed Over Natural Disasters
Nominations for the Latin Grammy Awards have been postponed because of Tuesday's earthquake in Mexico and the aftermath of hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
Dread and Disbelief Dominate on Islands in Maria's Path
Caribbean residents feared a new round of destruction from Category 5 Hurricane Maria as it barreled towards the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico Tuesday.
Irma's Gone, but Hurricane Jose Still Churning in Atlantic
Jose, a Category 1 storm, is now the 'longest-lived hurricane of the season,' meteorologists say.
Category 5 Maria Batters Islands With 'Storm of Their Lifetimes'
"We will need help, my friend, we will need help of all kinds," the prime minister of Dominica wrote after the storm passed.
Broke Puerto Rico Really Can't Afford to Be Hit by Maria
Hurricane Maria is heading for a direct hit on Puerto Rico, which is already struggling through a crippling financial crisis ─ and fallout from Hurricane Irma.
Puerto Rico Stares Down What May Be Its Worst Hurricane Since 1928
Hurricane Maria was strengthening fast into a monster storm Monday as it barreled toward Puerto Rico and other Irma-battered Caribbean islands.
Maria, Now a Hurricane, Promises More Damage for Caribbean
Irma damaged parts of the Caribbean already, but Maria is predicted to pile on more.
Florida Begins Recuperation Following Irma
Students in Miami-Dade and Broward counties, two of the nation's largest school districts, will return to class Monday.
Evacuated Residents of Irma-Wracked Barbuda May Not Go Back
Barbuda's infrastructure — the power grid, phone lines and water treatment plant — is devastated.
Montana Hopes for Ice to Fight Historic, Costly Wildfire
Montana came to understand the power of ice and fire this week, as it dealt with snowfall and a wildfire at the same time.
Marriott Criticized After Ferry Strands Tourists on Irma-Hit Island
One professional storm chaser said he and a group of roughly 35 tourists were stunned when the ferry left them on the dock on Friday night.
Hurricane Irma Survivors Describe Horror in Caribbean
Hurricane Irma survivors on the hardest-hit islands in the Caribbean feared they would be forgotten after the storm left "apocalyptic" destruction in its wake.
In Florida Keys, Recovery Means More Than Getting Power Back
Residents of the Florida Keys eager to assess their hurricane-ravaged homes may not see power return for at least another week — and those are the lucky ones.
How a Small Track Change Made All the Difference for Irma
Thanks to an unexpected, last-minute detour, Irma skirted the worst-case storm surge scenario that meteorologists had feared.
Cheers From a Florida Bar That Weathered Irma
Gator's Crossroads, a restaurant and bar in East Naples, Florida, weathered Hurricane Irma as a makeshift shelter for a handful of its regulars.
Hurricane Irma Leaves Trail of Destruction and Broken Records
Irma weakened to tropical depression status late Monday but it was once so strong and robust that it seemingly set a record for the records it set.
Floridians Take Stock and Begin Recovery as Irma Exits
Floridians take stock as Hurricane Irma exits, and many are surprised it wasn't a whole lot worse.