Puerto Rico

After Maria, José Andrés and his team have served more meals in Puerto Rico than the Red Cross

After Maria, José Andrés and his team have served more meals in Puerto Rico than the Red Cross

A week ago, President Donald Trump issued a warning on Twitter: He could not keep the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the military and other first responders in Puerto Rico forever, he wrote. His tweet was quickly viewed by some as a threat that the government might abandon its own territory before the island could recover from the devastating blow delivered by Hurricane Maria in mid-September.

On Tuesday, chef and restaurateur José Andrés said his nonprofit, World Central Kitchen, and the hundreds who have volunteered to help it, would keep feeding Puerto Ricans until the locals could again take care of themselves, which could take awhile. According to FEMA, only...

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