Alex Daugherty

Miami Herald

Alex Daugherty is a Washington-based correspondent for the Miami Herald.

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What's the right approach?

Puerto Rico recovery and NFL protests

What's the right approach?

from Left, Right & Center

Nearly a week after Hurricane Maria left the island, Puerto Rico’s governor is warning of a humanitarian crisis. Power is in very short supply. So is potable water.

Relief is coming slowly to Puerto Rico

Nearly a week after Hurricane Maria left the island, Puerto Rico’s governor is warning of a humanitarian crisis. Power is in very short supply. So is potable water.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Phone and internet connections with Puerto Rico are extremely limited, leaving friends and relatives with lots of unanswered questions.

Relief efforts ramp up in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria

Phone and internet connections with Puerto Rico are extremely limited, leaving friends and relatives with lots of unanswered questions.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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