Hurricane Katrina News
Trump gives Puerto Rico response a '10,' calls storm 'worse than Katrina'
President Donald Trump touted his administration’s response to Hurricane Maria, giving the federal relief effort a “10,” after noting that the storm’s devastation was worse than that of Hurricane Katrina in 2005. “I'd say it was a 10. I'd it was probably most difficult when you talk about relief,
Elderly couples in wildfires' path died in each other's arms
The majority of those who died in the Northern California wildfires were senior citizens, most in their 70s or older _ including several couples who died together
Mississippi to house 1,200 prisoners from Puerto Rico
Authorities say roughly 1,200 federal prisoners from Puerto Rico are being moved to Mississippi amid Hurricane Maria recovery
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AP analysis: FEMA rejects appeals worth $1.2B over a decade
AP analysis finds delays, denials and disputes for local communities seeking disaster aid from US government
Texas inmates donate more than $53,000 for Harvey relief
Inmates serving time in Texas prisons have also donated money to help those impacted by Hurricane Harvey
Latest disasters stir Katrina veterans' hopes, hard memories
Katrina survivors share hard-earned coping skills with this year's hurricane victims: Don't give up. Do get counseling. Don't look back.
Trump lashes out at Puerto Rico as House passes aid package
President Donald Trump is lashing out at hurricane-devastated Puerto Rico, insisting that federal help will be limited and blaming the U.S. territory for its financial struggles
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.
Trump: FEMA, first responders can't be in Puerto Rico 'forever'
President Donald Trump said Thursday the federal government cannot keep the Federal Emergency Management Agency in Puerto Rico "forever," even as the U.S. territory continues to reel from the devastation wrought by Hurricane Maria in September. "We cannot keep FEMA, the Military, the First