The Atlantic posted a series of photos taken this week in Puerto Rico, where 450,000 homes out of 1.5 million are still without power months after Hurricane Marie. Imagine trying to live in conditions like this. Restoration of power and clean-up of all the debris will take years, and that assumes they don’t get hit by another hurricane. View the images at

Part of the Central Palo Seco power station of the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA), seen behind a cemetery in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on January 22, 2018. Credit: Alvin Baez / Reuters