Disaster Relief

The rejection letter gave no explanation for why the state will not receive federal help for the record-breaking Creek fire and other devastating blazes.
The administration intends to redirect millions from agencies like FEMA and the Coast Guard to finance its efforts along the U.S.-Mexico border.
President Trump has called the aid legislation "great" and signaled that he would sign it.
Rep. Chip Roy of Texas stalled a bill that would give billions to areas recovering from hurricanes, flooding, tornadoes and wildfires.
Rep. Chip Roy (R-Texas) objected to what would have been a unanimous bill because it does not include a "quite modest $4.4 billion" for border security.
The measure would assist victims of disasters over the last two years, from hurricanes in the Southeast to Midwestern flooding and California wildfires.
An intense storm system swept through Oklahoma, western Texas and southern Kansas on Monday, spawning several tornadoes that caused some damage.
Hurricane Florence claimed 70 homes in this North Carolina neighborhood, but residents haven't lost optimism.
"You have to conclude he just doesn’t care and probably thinks of Puerto Rico as just another shithole country.”
GoFundMe sites, the United Way and the Red Cross are among the ways to channel your generosity.
It's been two months since Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, and more than half its residents are still without power.
San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz says President Donald Trump’s visit to the hurricane-stricken Puerto Rican capital was nothing more than a publicity stunt.
"They’re trying to put lipstick on this pig, but this thing is moving too slow,” Russel Honoré says on CNN.
The "Lemonade" star is fundraising in the most Beyoncé way ever.
The quarterback shows the team's "cafeteria ladies" that he won't leave them with a loss.
“The devastation in Puerto Rico has set us back nearly 20 to 30 years," an official said.
Beyonce touches on climate change and racism in her plea for hurricane relief during the Hand In Hand telethon.