Trump said Monday aid operations in Puerto Rico are "very tough" because the island "was in very poor shape before the hurricanes ever hit."
US House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan says that the federal government would provide more funding for Puerto Rico's long-term rebuilding.
A fire station installs a 4 kilowatt solar system that will provide full power to the station, including communications.
President Trump speaks to the press about halting payments for ACA subsidies and the recovery process in Puerto Rico.
An American solar company installed solar panels and battery storage today at a fire station in San Juan, Puerto Rico that had been relying on a diesel generator.
Here’s what would be the best way to financially help Puerto Rico, says Ike Brannon, the president of Capital Policy Analytics and a fellow at the Cato Institute.
Fifty-five percent of American voters say Trump has not done enough to help Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria, a Quinnipiac poll says.
President Trump partly blames Puerto Rico's hurricane devastation on the island itself.
"Shame on you!" the mayor of San Juan tweets after President Trump partly blames Puerto Rico's hurricane devastation on the island itself.
The U.S. House of Representatives' Appropriations Committee has approved $36.5 billion in funding for relief from the recent hurricanes and wildfires.
The Facebook founder says he's sorry to anyone who was offended.
Maha Ibrahim, Canaan Partners general partner, discusses the backlash from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's virtual reality tour of Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.
"Right now, it's about survival," private equity investor and Puerto Rico native Orlando Bravo says.
Orlando Bravo, Thoma Bravo co-founder, talks about efforts to provide private sector funds to help Puerto Rico after the devastation of Hurricane Maria.
The Facebook chief created a promotional video that was attacked by users online for "exploiting disaster."
Solar companies are banding together to help restore electricity to storm-ravaged Puerto Rico as 90 percent of the island's 3.5 million residents remain without power.
Puerto Rico's economy recovery may have been pushed back more than 10 years after Hurricane Maria.
Solar supplies such as roofing, generators and tent shelters are expected to arrive on the island in the coming weeks.
The Jones Act waiver for Puerto Rico expired Sunday night and will not be extended, according to a Department of Homeland Security spokesperson.
In Puerto Rico, wealthy investors took risks on depressed prices for luxury properties and other real estate, N.Y. Times reports.