If recent federal disaster response is any indication, the president's boast is wildly misleading.
Disasters like this one have been found to disproportionately affect low-income people and people of color.
A new report looks at how the government responded to a quick succession of hurricanes and wildfires last year.
One year after Hurricane Harvey hit Houston, researchers are just beginning to understand what went wrong.
For months, Governor of Puerto Rico Ricardo Rosselló refused to admit his government might have undercounted—and this is not the only spurious claim made since the disaster.
A federal judge issued an order on Wednesday that will prevent hundreds of Puerto Rican families who fled from Hurricane Maria from being evicted from hotels and motels across the United States—at least until August 31st.
A federal judge ruled Tuesday to extend a Federal Emergency Management Agency program providing temporary housing to Puerto Ricans lacking shelter in the wake of Hurricane Maria.
This is the first time FEMA has offered an air breach.
Donors gave $312 million after the storm, but it’s not clear where exactly the money went.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has failed to set up a body that would make recommendations on how to deal with rising seas.
In Ocean City, New Jersey, alone, Washington has dropped more than $40 million to restore beaches that will never be safe from the storms.