The storm destroyed 80% of the island's coffee crop. It also revealed a hidden "gold mine."
Entrepreneurs have endured natural disasters and political crises — and now COVID-19. “You have to be super, super tough," a business owner says.
Three years after Hurricane Maria destroyed Puerto Rico's electric grid, the island is still dealing with unreliable service and intermittent power outages, especially in rural areas.
Sixty percent of the island's population doesn't have the resources to prepare for the storm, one expert says.
On foot of concerns that numbers from Puerto Rico itself could be flawed, the U.S. government is preparing to release gross domestic product data on the U.S. territory for the first time. We took a look at what the adjusted financial data could mean for the island as it continues to recover from Hurricane Maria […]
A U.S. judge approved a deal to address some of Puerto Rico's massive debt.
“Every time we made contact with a community, we kept going back, and we kept going back, every day without missing a beat,” José Andrés says.
A new report by the Government Accounting Office doesn’t bode well for future disaster relief.
An executive chef in San Juan describes life in the food industry post-Hurricane Maria.