A week-and-a-half after Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, which had already been affected by Hurricane Irma, the island is still in shambles.
Aid has started coming in but many people are still without power, cell phone service, clean water and food. Gasoline is difficult or impossible to purchase. And countless homes have been destroyed.
The tenth most intense Atlantic hurricane on record, Maria is the strongest hurricane to make landfall in Puerto Rico since 1928.
While San Juan mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz and President Donald Trump duke it out over how much and how fast the United States is sending aid to the island, the residents of Puerto Rico are coping with the storm's devastating aftermath.