Natalia Rodríguez Medina
After Hurricane María and the Earthquakes, Can Puerto Rico’s Government Be Trusted With COVID-19 Response?
In the face of all that is happening with COVID-19 in Puerto Rico, some people feel mistrust and fear.
The public demise of Alexa was violent, morbid, and preventable.
As American audiences focus on the symbolic and not functioning guillotines Puerto Rican protesters carried on Thursday, the news cycle on the island is telling a totally different story.
‘We Don’t Trust the Government:’ Fear Casts Doubt at Beginning of Second Term for Puerto Rico’s Public Schools
“Our children are not safe. They [the DE] wants to rush through this process, and we don’t trust the government,” school parent Mely Román told Latino Rebels.
In the aftermath of several earthquakes and tremors, Puerto Ricans are in a suspended state of paranoia.
An investigation found 51 Twitter trolls accounts that targeted opposition leaders and used pro-government hashtags.
“Today I announce that I will be resigning from the post of governor.”
Wanda Vázquez Garced has had a troubled term as Secretary of Justice.
“I have the commitment, stronger than ever, to carry out the public policy for which we have worked so hard in all areas of government,” Rosselló wrote in a statement.
SAN JUAN — Puerto Rico governor Ricardo Rosselló is refusing to step down. During multiple public appearances and written statements, he says that he plans on completing the goals he set for himself when he was elected back in 2016. The issue is, in the wake of #TelegramGate and the arrests of high-ranking officials, Rosselló […]
One of the most disturbing findings is the use of strong sexist language against former New York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito and Natalie Jaresko, executive director of the Financial Oversight Board.
Questions continue to swirl about what is exactly happening to Puerto Rico’s government.
On Tuesday morning, all hell broke loose on Puerto Rican social media when printed screenshots of a Telegram group chat that included governor Ricardo Rosselló and his inner circle began circulating.
Who is BDO Puerto Rico, and why are they involved in almost every recent corruption scandal?
Cabán hopes that prosecuting less, ending cash bail, relaxing misdemeanor charges, and giving shorter sentences will help even out the racial and economic disparities in the criminal justice system.
The son of ousted Secretary of Treasury, Raúl Maldonado Gautier, has accused Governor Ricardo Rosselló of corruption for allegedly altering reports from Unidos por Puerto Rico.
“This is playing politics with the lives of millions of people in our country,” said Assemblywoman Catalina Cruz.
Gender Violence Against Venezuelan Refugees Near Colombian Border Is Worse Than Expected, New Analysis Finds
The study says 48 percent of Venezuelan refugees are at risk.
This year marks the tenth anniversary of the event, which was established back in 2010 to honor Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor.