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In Cities, No Place for Partisan Politics
President Trump’s targeting of cities as “Democrat-run” is dangerous, civic leaders say. Also: Psychiatric care in nursing homes; publishing’s new focus; aid to Puerto Rico.
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Las recientes acusaciones de acoso sexual en contra del cronista colombiano Alberto Salcedo Ramos obligan a escudriñar las complejas dinámicas que se dan entre jóvenes alumnas y maestros reconocidos.
Trump Declares He Is Now ‘the Best Thing That Ever Happened’ to Puerto Rico
In announcing long-awaited aid for the storm-ravaged island, President Trump seemed to have his eye partly on the Puerto Ricans who now make up an increasingly critical voting bloc in Florida.
Trump Addresses Vaccine Availability and Aid to Puerto Rico
President Trump amended his earlier statements, saying on Friday that the distribution of a vaccine to “every American” might not be until next year. He also announced that he would release $13 billion of aid to Puerto Rico for rebuilding its electrical grid and schools.
A Crop of Kitchen Gardens From Chefs Around the Globe
Meet five participants in the Kitchen Farming Project, which provides a loose “recipe” for a garden conceived by the chef Dan Barber.
New Virus Hot Spots: U.S. Islands from Hawaii to Puerto Rico
U.S. islands in the Caribbean and the Pacific have growing cases of the coronavirus, which can spike even in places far removed from urban centers when controls are relaxed.
Louisiana Braces as Hurricane Marco Approaches With a Stronger Storm Right Behind It
The “one-two punch” of hurricanes has created a heightened sense of alarm along the Gulf Coast. Officials warned residents they might have to shelter in place for as long as 72 hours.
Tropical Storm Laura Causes Dangerous Floods in the Caribbean
The tropical storm, one of two storms churning through the Caribbean, caused severe rain and flooding in Puerto Rico, Haiti and the Dominican Republic.
A Rip in the Fabric of Interstellar Dreams
The iconic Arecibo radio telescope is temporarily crippled by an accident.
Tropical Storm Josephine Forms in the Atlantic
The 10th named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season, Josephine is not expected to hit the Caribbean islands or the mainland United States, according to the National Hurricane Center.
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