• The Latest: Timeline for Puerto Rico regaining power unclear

    SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — The Latest on Hurricane Maria (all times local):

  • Earthquake-hit Mexico City plans archery world championships

    LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) — The governing body of archery says Mexico City is still preparing to host the world championships next month despite extensive earthquake damage.

  • The Latest: Antigua pleads for debt relief after Irma

    UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The latest on the U.N. General Assembly meeting (all times local):

  • The Latest: No missing child at collapsed Mexican school

    MEXICO CITY (AP) — The Latest on the major earthquake that struck Mexico (all times local):

  • Trapped girl a symbol for Mexico’s quake rescue efforts

    MEXICO CITY (AP) — A delicate effort to reach a young girl buried in the rubble of her school stretched into a daylong vigil for Mexico, much of it broadcast across the nation as rescue workers still struggled in rain and darkness early Thursday trying to pick away unstable debris and reach her.

  • US Caribbean communities stepping up for Irma-hit region

    NEW YORK (AP) — From parties where the price of admission is a donation, to fundraising drives and online wish lists for collecting needed supplies, West Indian communities around the United States are stepping up to get help for the islands of the Caribbean ravaged by the wind and waters of hurricanes Irma and Maria, including those in places in the southern United States that were hit hard themselves.

  • Brady, Belichick donate to J.J. Watt’s hurricane relief fund

    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has donated $100,000 to the Hurricane Harvey relief fund started by Texans pass-rusher J.J. Watt, and New England coach Bill Belichick has pitched in $50,000.

  • Earthquake puts weekend Mexican soccer schedule in doubt

    MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico’s soccer federation has canceled all first-division games this weekend as stadiums are being used as relief centers after the country’s magnitude 7.1 earthquake.

  • Power is back on in Florida, but utilities still under fire

    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — After a massive restoration effort, most of Florida has power 10 days after Hurricane Irma knocked out electricity to nearly two-thirds of the state, mostly because of improvements made to the power grid since Hurricane Wilma 12 years ago.

  • Mexicans dig through collapsed buildings as quake kills 248

    MEXICO CITY (AP) — Rescuers said Wednesday they have found a surviving child in the ruins of a school that collapsed in Mexico’s magnitude 7.1 earthquake, one of many efforts across the city to save people trapped in under schools, homes and businesses toppled by a quake that killed at least 225 people.