September 14, 2017

Daily News Roundup: J.J. Watt's $33 Million Haul for Harvey Victims: Where Will It Go?

About Hurricane Relief 

J.J. Watt Raised $33 Million for Harvey Relief — but Where Will It Go? (Houston Press)

Faith Groups Provide the Bulk of Disaster Recovery, in Coordination With FEMA (USA Today)

Meet the Billionaire Immigrant Who Just Made One of the Largest Donations to Hurricane Harvey Relief (Time)

Opinion: Don’t Repeat the Mistakes of the Katrina Recovery (The New York Times)

Fla. Museums Assess Damage and Start Repairs in Irma’s Wake (The Art Newspaper)

In Other News

Philip Morris Pledges $1 Billion to Fight Smoking (Bloomberg)

A $55 Million Gift, and a New Name, for the Mid-Manhattan Library (The New York Times)

JPMorgan Chase to Invest $40 Million in Chicago's South and West Sides (Chicago Tribune)

An Experiment Gives Cash Aid to the Poor. Is That Ethical? (NPR)

Russia Investigates Nonprofit for 'Undesirable' Links (NPR)