How Puerto Ricans are coping in Hurricane Fiona’s wake

8m 11s

Puerto Ricans continue to struggle in the aftermath of Hurricane Fiona. Widespread power outages, washed out roads and homes toppled by flooding have left residents frustrated and scared. We hear from people on different sides of the island and Associated Press correspondent Dánica Coto about Puerto Rico’s recovery after the storm.

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    Attorney discusses migrants' lawsuit against Gov. DeSantis

    S2022 E270 - 6m 23s

    Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is facing a class action lawsuit for flying roughly 50 migrants unannounced from Texas to Martha's Vineyard, without food, shelter or resources planned. The suit says that DeSantis and other individuals defrauded vulnerable immigrants to advance a political agenda. Oren Sellstrom, one of the attorneys involved in the lawsuit, joins Geoff Bennett to discuss.

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