Federal Emergency Management Agency Videos
6 months after Hurricane Maria, where recovery stands in Puerto Rico
ABC News' Eva Pilgrim reports live from Puerto Rico, as the island still works to rebuild a half-year after the devastating storm a roared through the area.
More than 100,000 people still without power after Hurricane Maria
Six months after Hurricane Maria slammed into Puerto Rico, many are still left without power; the hurricane caused more than $100 billion in damage, and more than 130,000 people have left the island.
Crazy Legs' on-the-ground mission to provide clean water to Puerto Rico
The hip-hop pioneer teamed up with Red Bull and Waves for Water to help Hurricane Maria victims in Puerto Rico.
Road to Recovery : How volunteers and storm survivors are spending the holidays
Thousands of packages of much-needed supplies have been sent to hurricane victims in the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico through the Adopt-a-Family program.
Hurricane survivors continue their road to recovery over two months later
This year's storm season cost upwards of $300 billion, on top of the already $1.2 trillion in damage caused by weather and climate disasters since the 1980s.
Meet the school principal who brought his community together after Hurricane Irma
Florida Keys resident Harry Russell turned his school into a daycare and a distribution center for donated supplies in the aftermath of the storm.
Communities rebuild after Irma, Maria and Harvey
"GMA" is live in Puerto Rico and Houston with the latest details on how those communities are faring after the devastating hurricanes.
'The View' special report: Examining resilience and struggle to recover in Puerto Rico
Sunny Hostin of "The View" traveled to the island to see how families outside the major city of San Juan are dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.
Trump tweets that FEMA , the military and first responders cannot stay in Puerto Rico forever
Questions arose about the amount of federal help for U.S. territories, compared with aid for states.
Congresswoman grills HUD secretary on Trump's Puerto Rico tweet
Rep. Maxine Waters asked Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson about the president's tweet that FEMA can't stay in Puerto Rico "forever."