Hurricane Maria

Exactly one year after Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico, a choir memorialized the tragedy with song. Plus, The Senate Judiciary Committee says the woman accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault must decide by tomorrow if she'll testify next week.

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It was one of the deadliest storms in American history...and it devastated an island.  One year after Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico is still recovering. How is the U-S territory faring, and what's changed in a year?

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Chef Jose Andres tells Terry about preparing millions of meals for the people of Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria. Arriving in San Juan days after the hurricane, he recruited an army of volunteers. Andres wants governments and non-profits to rethink how we feed people in a natural disaster. His new memoir is We Fed an Island. Join us.

Gabriel Hongsdusit for Reveal

Last year saw the most destructive Atlantic hurricane season on record. As climate change pushes ocean temperatures ever higher, scientists predict storms will continue growing more severe. 

How did we get here? And what steps are we taking to ensure that rising seas and catastrophic weather don’t swallow American communities whole? This week’s episode investigates.