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Contractor for Puerto Rico Power Suspends Work, Citing Unpaid Bills
While its highly criticized $300 million contract has been canceled, Whitefish Energy Holdings says that it is still owed tens of millions of dollars.
A Great Migration From Puerto Rico Is Set to Transform Orlando
Tens of thousands of new arrivals fleeing damage from Hurricane Maria have arrived. Many expect to stay — and they could reshape Florida and its politics.
C.E.O. of Puerto Rico Power Authority Resigns
Ricardo L. Ramos stepped down amid a continuing blackout on the island and withering criticism for a costly repair contract.
Puerto Rico Mattered at the Latin Grammys. So Did Salsa.
As anti-immigrant sentiments spread and natural disasters have torn through Latin America, the awards became a showcase for Latin pride and solidarity.
In Puerto Rico, Law Passed for Fiscal Crisis Hampers Storm Recovery
When the hurricane-ravaged island needs Washington’s help most, 2016 legislation that set up an oversight board is restricting federal authority.
As Power Grid Sputters in Puerto Rico, Business Does Too
The catastrophe of the storm has been followed by an economic disaster with no end in sight.
A New Museum for an Old Colony, Puerto Rico
“The Museum of the Old Colony” is a photo-based installation exploring the complicated – and unequal – relationship between Puerto Rico and the United States.
After Doomed Whitefish Deal, Puerto Rico Asks Congress for $94 Billion
Gov. Ricardo Rosselló faced hours of questioning from skeptical legislators, a day after released emails shed light on a troubled repair contract.
Puerto Rico’s Actual Death Toll
Trump’s initial figure turns out to be woefully low.
After Hurricane, Signs of a Mental Health Crisis Haunt Puerto Rico
The storm’s violent winds and screeching rains assaulted the island’s psyche for 72 hours, and public health officials say much of the population shows signs of post-traumatic stress.
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