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Tear Gas And Rage At Puerto Rico’s Massive Protests

Puerto Rican Gov. Ricardo Rosselló and his wife went on the offensive Monday in an attempt to do damage control after more than a week of protests on the island. But demonstrators didn’t seem to care: Hours later, they clashed with police, who used tear gas to disperse a crowd that threw bottles and rocks.

In a televised interview on Fox News on Monday, Rosselló was asked point-blank why he won’t resign, as the island’s protesters have repeatedly demanded. He tried to project that he understood why people were in the streets but that the best move for Puerto Rico was his continued leadership.

“I’ve seen the protests. I’ve heard the people talk. I’ve had a process of introspection,” he told Fox News’ Shepard Smith. “I’ve made a decision. I’m not going to run. I’m not going to seek reelection, that way I can focus on the job at hand.”

Rosselló’s wife, Beatriz, also tried to save face Monday when she visited a women’s shelter in Arecibo hit hard by Hurricane Maria. The island’s lackluster hurricane response has, in part, fueled the protests, as well as a trove of leaked messages between the governor and 11 of his confidants — one of which joked about feeding dead bodies to crows in the wake of the storm.

Rosselló has since apologized for the chats. Puerto Ricans aren’t convinced.

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What’s Happening To Puerto Rico Without The Delayed Disaster Aid (HBO)

Maria Cruz-Vega can sometimes hear the foundation creaking when she’s in bed at night. There are holes in her floor—and her walls—and she prays the blue-tarp roof that covers her home won’t collapse on her and her family. Nearly 30,000 households in Puerto Rico are still living like this, literally without a real roof over their heads almost two years after Hurricane Maria hit the island. So far, Cruz-Vega has only received about $3,000 from FEMA.

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How This Company Survived After Hurricane Maria

Hurricane Maria roared across Puerto Rico, knocked out 80% of the island’s electrical grid, and plummeted nearly the entire island into darkness. It was the largest blackout in US history and the second largest in the world. Tere Food’s factory that makes pasteles Puerto Riqueños lost all its inventory due to power outages. One year later, the factory is still operating with 14 employees, making about 57,600 pasteles a month.

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How This Company Survived After Hurricane Maria

Why Puerto Rican Tourism Hasn’t Fully Recovered After Hurricane Maria

One year since Hurricane Maria, local businesses in Puerto Rico are struggling to recover. Tucked in the old city of San Juan, Barrachina is a tourist hotspot. Most of the restaurant’s business comes from visitors hoping to sip on piña coladas and try the classic Puerto Rican dish, mofongo. After Hurricane Maria hit, Barrachina was one of almost 10,000 small businesses affected by the storm.

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Why Puerto Rican Tourism Hasn’t Fully Recovered After Hurricane Maria

How Employees Kept A Puerto Rican Cheese Factory Running After Hurricane Maria

Headquartered in San Juan, Indulac employees continued production of queso blanco and UHT milk through the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. President Francisco Oramas explains how their 100% Puerto Rican staff was integral in helping Indulac recover after the storm.

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Maria set off months of pain, death in Puerto Rico

(14 Sep 2018) After Hurricane Maria, hundreds of Puerto Ricans with treatable ailments like bedsores and kidney problems died agonizing deaths after going without proper medical care. (Sept. 14)

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House Dems slam Trump over Puerto Rico deaths

(14 Sep 2018) House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi slammed President Donald Trump for dismissing death toll in Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria. (Sept. 14)

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GOP lawmakers dodge Trump’s Puerto Rico tweets

(13 Sep 2018) Republican lawmakers on Capitol Hill tried to distance themselves from President Donald Trump’s tweets that rejected the conclusion that nearly 3,000 people died in Puerto Rico from last year’s Hurricane Maria. (Sept. 13)

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Trump: Puerto Rico response an ‘unsung success’

(11 Sep 2018) President Donald Trump on Tuesday deemed the federal government’s response to Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico a year ago “incredibly successful” even though a recent federal report found that nearly 3,000 people died. (Sept. 11)

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Trump defends Puerto Rico response as ‘fantastic’

(29 Aug 2018) President Donald Trump says the federal government did a “fantastic job in Puerto Rico” despite the deaths of nearly 3,000 people after Hurricane Maria. Trump says most Puerto Ricans “really appreciate what we’ve done.” (Aug. 29)

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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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Puerto Ricans Adrift in US Hotels After Maria

More than four months after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, many Puerto Ricans continue to stay in FEMA-funded hotel rooms across the U.S. mainland. Many are struggling to find work, and cope with life in a new culture. (Jan. 29)

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Why It’s So Hard To Get The Power Back On In Puerto Rico (HBO)

On the three month anniversary of Hurricane María, Puerto Rico is still struggling to turn the lights on—at least a third of the island is still living in the dark. Initially, the hope was to restore power to 95% of the population by mid-December. Now, Army Corps say power won’t be back until May.

Hurricane María destroyed 80% of the island’s electric grid. But the unprecedented blackout isn’t just due to the storm—human beings played a role here too.

VICE News traveled to Puerto Rico to figure out why it’s taking so much longer than expected. We spoke to the new head of PREPA, the island’s public utility company, embedded with the Army Corps of Engineers, and spent time with Puerto Ricans, who are starting to lose faith in the recovery.

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Girls In The Boy Scouts & Nigeria’s Scrabble Champions: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

This segment originally aired November 3, 2017, on VICE News Tonight on HBO.

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Somalia’s Youth Task Force & The Recovering Winery Workforce: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

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VICE News follows the young female activist leading the youth task force that has formed in response to the terrorist attack in Somalia, where the government does not have nearly enough resources to provide emergency services.

California’s undocumented workers without social security numbers are already fighting for disaster assistance after the wildfires. In wine country, these migrants are a critical labor force behind a celebrated product. Now, some aren’t sure where they can get help.

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Macron’s Labor Battle & Mexico Aftershocks: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

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Hispanic Heritage Month: Trump talks Cuba and Puerto Rico

US President Donald Trump hosts the Hispanic Heritage reception at the White House, reaffirming the existing US trade embargo on Cuba and defending the federal response to Hurricanes Irma and Maria in Puerto Rico.