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In Year Before Florida Shooting, Suspect’s Problems Multiplied
The police were called repeatedly to Esteban Santiago’s home about domestic disturbances, and the National Guard kicked him out after nearly a decade of service.
Calling on Angels While Enduring the Trials of Job
The Muñiz family has suffered many and varied misfortunes, and nearly came to unraveling until a helping hand came along.
A Zika Vaccine, but for Whom?
Far from being a threat unique to the Western Hemisphere, the virus is endemic to Africa. But that’s not where resources are going.
Zika Fears Fading, Renewed Interest in Caribbean and Mexico
Travelers are booking trips after the World Health Organization said that the virus was no longer a global health emergency.
First Baby in Puerto Rico With Zika-Related Microcephaly Born
The mosquito-borne virus has swept the island, and many pregnant women have been infected.
Puerto Rico’s Governor Warns of Fiscal ‘Death Spiral’
Meeting in New York with the panel charged with addressing the island’s debt, Alejandro García Padilla asked help in lobbying Congress for assistance.
Doctors Brace for Zika Babies
How do doctors prepare for an evolving clinical challenge that is still poorly understood?
Russia, Jailer of Local Separatists, Welcomes Foreign Secessionists
A global troupe of marginal liberation movements invited to a curious gathering near the Kremlin included, improbably, four from the United States.
Fire at Power Plant Leaves Puerto Rico in the Dark
The power failure disrupted service to 1.5 million utility customers, created massive traffic jams, and prompted the early closings of businesses
A Mosquito Killer, Unwelcome to Many
The insecticide naled is sprayed to fight disease-carrying mosquitoes like the ones that spread the Zika virus. But many people fear the cure is worse than the disease.
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