News Puerto Rico: Learn To Salsa Or Mix The Perfect Piña Colada: Puerto Rico Tests “Virtual Tourism”
Puerto Rico tries "virtual tourism" to mitigate the effects of COVID-19 travel restrictions with free live cultural events, like a salsa dancing lesson or cooking class with the island's most famous experts.
News Puerto Rico: Long-lost astronomy observatory in Puerto Rico rediscovered by university students
Three members of an astrobiology student group at the University of Puerto Rico want to use what they are learning to do social good for their community and are investigating an abandoned observatory to do just that.
NEW YORK (AP) — Major League Baseball called off what was to have been its first two regular-season games in Mexico City, along with a three-game series in Puerto Rico because of the new coronavirus.
HUD audits on the management of disaster grants suggest that its reasons for stalling funds to Puerto Rico don't fully hold up.
News Puerto Rico: Audit shows persistent disparity in Puerto Rico post-hurricane housing aid versus Florida, Texas
HUD audits in hurricane-hit states' ability to manage disaster grants show that reasons cited by Secretary Ben Carson to stall funds to Puerto Rico don't hold up fully.
The Latest on the coronavirus pandemic, which has infected more than 167,000 people and killed more than 6,400. The COVID-19 illness causes mild or moderate symptoms but most people, but severe symptoms are more common in the elderly or people with other health conditions. Nearly 76,000 people have recovered from it so far, mostly in China.
News Puerto Rico: Puerto Rico Is Shuttering Non-Essential Businesses and Imposing a Nighttime Curfew
Puerto Rico will shutter non-essential businesses and impose a nighttime curfew across the US territory of 3.2 million people until the end of March, in response to the spread of the virus. The ...
The House of Representatives passed a coronavirus aid package early Saturday that could includes free testing, paid emergency leave and other resources intended to help stem the crisis and stabilize ...
The Latest on the world's coronavirus pandemic: Officials say tests have confirmed three cases of the new coronavirus in Puerto Rico, the first for the U.S. territory. Gov. Wanda Vazquez said Friday ...
A group of Puerto Rican organizations based in the mainland U.S. are seeking answers over why the island has not used up federal disaster aid allocated after Hurricane Maria for recovery and reconstruction.
A former governor and resident commissioner of Puerto Rico on Thursday said that supporters of statehood for the U.S.
News Puerto Rico: Italian woman whose cruise stopped in Fort Lauderdale, Puerto Rico being tested for coronavirus
An Italian woman who was aboard the Costa Luminosa cruise that left Fort Lauderdale is being treated in Puerto Rico and tested as the first suspected case of coronavirus on the island. The 68-year-old ...
Karen López Rivera and her husband, Edwin Colón Pérez, danced to salsa music during a community welcome party Polaris hosted. ROSEAU, MINN. Ricardo Rojas walked into baggage claim at Minneapolis-St.
In a guest column, Puerto Rico's former attorney general says a law meant to restructure the island's debt failed to match safeguards present in every other bankruptcy jurisdiction in the United States. He urges a fix to the loophole before more companies fail to disclose conflicts of interest.
In the past week alone, the Puerto Rico Seismic Network registered 43 “significant” quakes, leaving many people fearful of going home. More than 8,000 houses have been damaged. Pedro A. Ramírez, right ...
My number one rule for venturing anywhere new is pack light—travel deep—and get to know a city’s entrepreneurial ecosystem—because it’s people work up close and personal with their community’s greatest needs. This is Puerto Rico. And this is why I stay.
Some of the municipal bond market’s largest investors, including BlackRock and MacKay Shields, have accumulated hundreds of millions of dollars in claims against the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority, people familiar with the matter said.
News Puerto Rico: Video shows transgender woman being threatened before being murdered in Puerto Rico
A shocking murder in Puerto Rico is raising concern about the safety of transgender people in the U.S. territory. Video taken just before Alexa Negron's final moments last week was posted on social ...