Stars of ‘The Oath’ share their love of Puerto Rico

The cast and crew of “The Oath” formed a special bond while shooting in Puerto Rico during hurricanes Irma and Maria. (April 11)

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Barbuda Has To Completely Rebuild After Hurricane Irma (HBO)

When Hurricane Irma hit Barbuda, it left the Caribbean island uninhabitable and, just two days later, deserted for the first time in 300 years.

Nearly every one of the almost 2,000 Barbudans was forced to evacuate. Many are still in Antigua, Barbuda’s much more developed and richer sister island. There they live with friends, family or in a number of refugee camps that dot the island.

Now Barbuda doesn’t just face rebuilding—it will likely have to completely remake itself. Up until now the island has remained largely untouched, thanks to quirky rules about land ownership that date back to the end of slavery. They’ve kept it green, but also prevented it from developing a sustainable economy. Without enough money coming from within or abroad, the rebuilding process is barely inching along.

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Trump defends the response to the disaster in Puerto Rico

President Donald Trump, who will travel to the US territory early next week, defends the response to the disaster on the island, which has been virtually without power, water and telecommunications since getting a twin walloping from hurricanes Irma and Maria.

Kremlin War Games & New Eye On Hurricanes: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

September 21, 2017, FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

VICE News examines a new satellite launched by NOAA in November, GOES-16. It has four times the resolution as the legacy satellites and five times the refresh rate of being able to take images, and it’s been used so far to track Harvey and Irma.

Russia and Belarus have have just wrapped large-scale joint military exercises known as Zapad which made NATO allies nervous.

Conventional western wisdom says that Russia is promoting the rise of far right populists across Europe with money, fake news and cyber attacks to undermine the liberal consensus. The idea being that a weakened EU would be less likely to challenge it with things like sanctions. In Germany, that movement is the AfD. But how far can the AfD’s rise be credited to Moscow? Is there any evidence Russia is providing money, spreading fake news or launching cyber attacks to undermine German democracy?

McConnell has announced that the Senate will vote on the Graham-Cassidy bill next week. States are due to have the decision on final premium increases by today.

Plus, a man who stakes out at to UN General Assemblies to get baseballs signed by world leaders.

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NOAA’s Newest Satellite Can See Inside Hurricanes (HBO)

A new satellite launched by NOAA in November, GOES-16, has been producing the most detailed hurricane images ever recorded. It has four times the resolution as the legacy satellites and five times the refresh rate of being able to take images, and it’s been used so far to track Harvey and Irma. VNT explores what makes this new satellite different, and how it can help us track weather-related disasters.

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