11:43 AM 2/7/2018 – FOMB Rejects Governor Rossello Fiscal Plans

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The Puerto Rico Financial Oversight and Management Board last evening wrote Governor Ricardo Rossello Nevares that the five-year, revised fiscal plans that his Administration proposed January 24thfor the Government of Puerto Rico as a whole and its Electric Power and Aqueduct and Sewer Authorities (PREPA and PRASA, respectively) violate PROMESA and require extensive changes.In separate letters for each plan, the Board detailed the many deficiencies that it found in each plan and point-by-point lists of corrections that need to be made. Fundamental revisions were required for each of the plans, and the list of changes for the plan of the Government as a whole was particularly lengthy.The Rossello Administration was also given a one-week deadline (February 12th at 6 PM AST) for submitting compliant plans. The Board intends to adopt plans by February 23rd even though some of the information that it has said is needed amounts of Federal assistance likely to be provided to help the islands recover from Hurricane Maria are not expected to be much clearer by then.

Additionally, the Board directed that the plans cover the period through Puerto Rico Fiscal Year 2023 (June 30, 2023), rather than FY 2022, as it had previously advised.

Although the Board reduced the length of the required plans from 10 years to five, it called for the plans to outline specific, yearly debt capacity for 30 years in addition to the already provided ranges of debt service. The revised submissions are to include more specific analyses of their 30-year year debt sustainability projections and provide detailed assumptions of macroeconomic projections and pension costs.

The Board, further, directed the central government to save $650 million during the next five years in a reserve fund for emergencies, and $1.3 billion over 10 years.

The amount, nature, and depth of changes to the plans that the Board required was surprising in light of the relatively restrained response of the Board to the plans submitted by the Rossello Administration last year and the short time period that the Board gave the Administration to make changes.

Perhaps the biggest surprise to the Governor, however, will be the Boards objection to the statements in the plan to the effect that Puerto Rico needs equality within the U.S. — statehood to reach its fiscal potential and is the Rossello Administrations pre-eminent goal. The Governor was elected on such a platform, it is territorial law, and it reflects the vote of plebiscites in the territory last year and five years before.

The Board, though, wrote that it cannot certify a fiscal plan that includes positions on the political status of Puerto Rico.

Click herehere and here to read the Board’s letters.

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11:20 AM 2/7/2018 – Pesquera is requested to report on resignations in the Police – Vocero

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The representative of the New Progressive Party (NPP), José ‘Memo’ González Mercado, asked the secretary of the Department of Public Security (DSP), Héctor Pesquera, to report the exact number of active agents, as well as the number of police who have resigned from the month of January 2017 to the present.

The legislator for district 14, which includes the municipalities of Arecibo and Hatillo, also asked to know what is the plan that has the DSP to tackle the recent criminal wave and face the exodus or mass resignation of police officers.

“The reasons for such a dramatic reduction in the police force, the backbone of security for our people, are many. But the reality is that we do not know the actual number of police that have left the force since January 2017, what are the positions that need reinforcement, such as investigations and cyber crimes, to name a few. That’s why we’re requesting that data. We also need to know the reasons for these items in order to develop a mitigation plan immediately, “said the statistician legislator in written statements.

The request of González Mercado is embodied in a joint resolution that took place yesterday, Tuesday, which orders the DSP to deliver the aforementioned information during a period that will not exceed 60 days.

“Definitely, we have to conduct a police census. We have to do a comprehensive study of the positions that need more personnel, especially in these times post hurricanes Irma and Maria. This resolution is directed to these ends. Together we will determine how we can best serve our police and citizens, “the representative added.

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By DANICA COTO, Associated Press

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — Federal officials on Thursday blamed a lack of leadership, money and communication in Puerto Rico for setting back hurricane recovery efforts in the U.S. territory.

FEMA Deputy Regional Administrator Ahsha Tribble said the island’s bureaucracy and the power company’s inability to pay for supplies it ordered after Hurricane Maria slowed efforts to restore electricity. Nearly half a million power customers remain in the dark more than four months after the Category 4 storm, which destroyed two-thirds of the power distribution system, killed dozens of people and caused up to an estimated $94 billion in damage.

Tribble said it was “extremely difficult” to work with Puerto Rico’s Electric Power Authority immediately after the storm to figure out what it needed to rebuild the system. She also said the company’s financial constraints led to a lack of trust among FEMA suppliers and that appointing an interim power company director in the middle of the disaster led to challenges with leadership. In addition, communication was strained, she said.

“In an emergency, when you have eight layers of approval to get something done, it’s not working for us,” she said. “You put all that together, and it’s a recipe for disaster.”

Tribble was among several officials who spoke before a federal control board that oversees Puerto Rico’s finances and is considering a plan to privatize the power company, which is $9 billion in debt. It would be the largest restructuring of a public entity in U.S. history.

Energy experts told the board that a lack of maintenance, heavily loaded lines and shoddy work done by Puerto Rico’s power company over the years contributed to the power grid’s extensive failure after the hurricane.

Sanjay Bose, an official with ConEdison who was helping after the hurricane, said his crews in Puerto Rico observed many problems, including poles that had been installed at a more shallow depth than industry standard.

“It’s not one single thing that I can point my finger at,” he said. “Maintenance would have prevented some of the damage.”

Power company spokesman Geraldo Quinones referred a request for comment to the island’s financial authority, whose spokesman did not respond.

Col. Donovan Ollar of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers told the board that only 61 percent of the power company’s transmission system is now complete. Part of the problem is that some of the equipment Puerto Rico uses is unique to the island and is no longer made by manufacturers in the U.S. mainland. In addition, Puerto Rico uses 200 to 300 types of transformers when the industry standard is three to four, he said.

Ollar also said that makeshift repairs done by the power company to keep the system running prior to the hurricane created more work for his crews.

“It makes it problematic to come back and do it properly,” he said, adding that he wants to rebuild the system to mirror those in the U.S. mainland so when companies fly in, they can use the same equipment.

Officials noted that Puerto Rico did not activate a mutual aid agreement with mainland power companies until Oct. 31, more than a month after Hurricane Maria hit. Meanwhile, shortly after the storm, the power company’s former director signed a $300 million contract with a small Montana company called Whitefish Holdings Inc. to help with restoration efforts. The director has since resigned and the contract was cancelled.

FEMA official Ahsha Tribble defended that contract, saying that U.S. power companies under the mutual aid agreement were not capable of repairing the transmission system given the extent of the damage.

“That’s why the Whitefishes and Cobras of the world are necessary,” she said, referring to another company hired to help restore power.

However, Tribble added that hurricane response efforts have to be improved.

“We’re still learning what needs to be done,” she said. “We need to do better.”

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Until the Puertopians find land, they have descended on the Monastery, a 20,000-square-foot hotel they rented as their base and that was largely unscathed by the hurricane.

Matt Clemenson and Stephen Morris were drinking beer on the Monastery’s roof one recent evening. Mr. Clemenson had an easygoing affect and wore two-tone aviators; Mr. Morris, a loquacious British man, was in cargo shorts and lace-up steel-toed combat boots, with a smartphone on a necklace. They wanted to make two things clear: They chose Puerto Rico because of the hurricane, and they come in peace.

“It’s only when everything’s been swept away that you can make a case for rebuilding from the ground up,” Mr. Morris, 53, said.

“We’re benevolent capitalists, building a benevolent economy,” said Mr. Clemenson, 34, a co-founder of <a href=”http://Lottery.com” rel=”nofollow”>Lottery.com</a>, which is using the blockchain in lotteries. “Puerto Rico has been this hidden gem, this enchanted island that’s been consistently overlooked and mistreated. Maybe 500 years later we can make it right.”

Other Puertopians arrived on the roof as a pack, just back from a full-day property-hunting bus tour. From the middle, Brock Pierce, 37, the leader of the Puertopia movement, emerged wearing drop crotch capri pants, a black vest that almost hit his knees and a large black felt hat. He and others had arrived on the island in early December.

“Compassion, respect, financial transparency,” Mr. Pierce said when asked what was guiding them here.

Mr. Pierce, the director of the Bitcoin Foundation, is a major figure in the crypto boom. He co-founded a blockchain-for-business start-up, Block.One, which has sold around $200 million of a custom virtual currency, EOS, in a so-called initial coin offering. The value of all the outstanding EOS tokens is around $6.5 billion.

A former child actor, Mr. Pierce got into digital money early as a professional gamer, mining and trading gold in the video game World of Warcraft, an effort funded partly by Stephen K. Bannon, the former Trump adviser. Mr. Pierce is a controversial figure — he has previously been sued for fraud, among other matters.

Downstairs, in the Monastery penthouse, a dozen or so other expats were hanging out. The water was out that night, so the toilets and faucets were dry. Mr. Minor lounged on an alcove chaise.

“The U.S. doesn’t want us. It’s trying to choke off this economy,” Mr. Minor said, referring to the difficulties that crypto investors have with American banks. “There needs to be a place where people are free to invent.”

Mr. Pierce paced the room with his hands in fists. A few times a day, he played a video for the group on his phone and a portable speaker: Charlie Chaplin’s 1940 “The Great Dictator,” in which Chaplin parodies Hitler rallying his forces. He finds inspiration in lines like “More than machinery, we need humanity.”

“I’m worried people are going to misinterpret our actions,” Mr. Pierce said. “That we’re just coming to Puerto Rico to dodge taxes.”

He said he was aiming to create a charitable token called ONE with $1 billion of his own money. “If you take the MY out of money, you’re left with ONE,” Mr. Pierce said.

“He’s tuned in to a higher calling,” said Kai Nygard, scion of the Canadian clothing company Nygard and a crypto investor. “He’s beyond money.”

The force of Mr. Pierce’s personality and his spiritual presence are important to the group, whose members are otherwise largely agnostic. Mr. Pierce regularly performs rituals. Earlier that day while scoping out property, they had stopped at a historic Ceiba tree, known as the Tree of Life.

“Brock nestled into the bosom of it and was there for 10 minutes,” Mr. Nygard said.

Mr. Pierce walked around the tree and said prayers for Puertopia, holding a rusted wrench he had picked up in the territory. He kissed an old man’s feet. He blessed a crystal in the water, as they all watched. He played the Chaplin speech to everyone and to the tree, Mr. Nygard said.

That wrench is now in the penthouse, heavy and greasy.

Later on, at a dinner in a nearby restaurant, the group ordered platters of octopus arms, fried cheese, ceviche and rum cocktails. They began debating whether to buy Puerto Rico’s Roosevelt Roads Naval Station, which measures 9,000 acres and has two deepwater ports and an adjacent airport. The only hitch: It’s a Superfund cleanup site.

Mr. Pierce had fallen asleep by then, his hat tilted down and arms crossed. He gets two hours of sleep many nights, often on a firm grounding mat to stay in contact with the earth’s electric energy. Josh Boles, a tall, athletic man who is another crypto expat, picked him up, and the group headed back to the Monastery.

They walked past a big pink building in an old town square, the start of their vision for Puertopia’s downtown. Once a children’s museum, they plan on making it a crypto clubhouse and outreach center that will have the mission “to bring together Puerto Ricans with Puertopians.”

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10:41 AM 2/7/2018 – efe’s YouTube Videos: Venezuela fue el tema central de la reunión de Tillerson y Santos en Colombia

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Bogotá, 6 feb (EFE).- El presidente de Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos, urgió a restaurar la democracia en Venezuela, de la que dijo que está sometida por un “régimen dictatorial”, al hablar en una rueda de prensa conjunta con el secretario de Estado de EE.UU., Rex Tillerson, con quien se reunió hoy en Bogotá.

“Es urgente restaurar el cauce democrático en Venezuela, porque son los ciudadanos los que están sufriendo las consecuencias de una dictadura al garete”, manifestó el mandatario colombiano en referencia al Gobierno del presidente Nicolás Maduro.

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COAMO, Puerto Rico (AP) It took only minutes for Hurricane Maria to kill power to the Puerto Rican town of Coamo, cracking wooden poles, snapping power lines and hurling transformers to the ground. For months, residents begged Puerto Rico’spower  

 Puerto Rico Water – Google News

 Puerto Rico Water from mikenova (3 sites)

Cuba beats Puerto Rico to lead after Caribbean Series 1st round – ESPN
 


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Cuba beats Puerto Rico to lead after Caribbean Series 1st round
ESPN
GUADALAJARA, Mexico — Raul Gonzalez hit a tiebreaking double in the seventh inning, and reliever Leandro Martinez pitched four scoreless innings as Cuba defeated reigning champion Puerto Rico 6-3 on Tuesday to finish with the best record in the first and more »

crime rates puerto rico – Google News: President Trump’s First State of the Union – The Anchor
 


The Anchor
President Trump’s First State of the Union
The Anchor
To the victims still recovering from these natural disasters in Texas, Florida, Louisiana, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and California, Trump called upon the community of Americans by saying, We are with you, we love you, and we will pull through and more »

 crime rates puerto rico – Google News

puerto rico law enforcement – Google News: Puerto Ricans grab machetes, shovels to help restore power – Chicago Daily Herald
 

Puerto Ricans grab machetes, shovels to help restore power
Chicago Daily Herald
In the western mountain town of San Sebastian, a group of municipal workers, retired company workers and volunteers have restored power to nearly 2,000 homes despite objections from the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority, whose officials have filed  

 puerto rico law enforcement – Google News

Photos: Hurricane Maria wrecks Puerto Rico – kcentv.com
 


kcentv.com
Photos: Hurricane Maria wrecks Puerto Rico
kcentv.com
Destroyed trees and houses are seen after the passage of hurricane Irma and Maria in Orient Bay, St. Martin, on September 20, 2017. After killing at least nine people in the Caribbean, Maria slammed into Puerto Rico’s southeast coast at daybreak before  

Rat Infestation Stopped Food Being Sent to Victims of Puerto Rico Hurricane Maria – Newsweek
 


Newsweek
Rat Infestation Stopped Food Being Sent to Victims of Puerto Rico Hurricane Maria
Newsweek
This is government negligence.” The reports of the spoiled food come amid a litany of administrative failings with regard to aid sent to Puerto Rico. U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings and Stacey Plaskett, the congressional delegate from the U.S. Virgin Islandsand more »

Florida office holding food donations for Puerto Rico closes due to rat infestation – Atlanta Journal Constitution
 


Atlanta Journal Constitution
Florida office holding food donations for Puerto Rico closes due to rat infestation
Atlanta Journal Constitution
Puerto Rico Federal Affairs Administration office in Kissimmee is closed after a rat infestation. (Photo: WFTV.com). KISSIMMEE, Fla. The Puerto Rico Federal Affairs Administration office in Kissimmee is closed for business due to a rat infestation and more »

Overhauling Puerto Rico’s Education System – WNYC
 


WNYC
Overhauling Puerto Rico’s Education System
WNYC
Governor Ricardo Rosselló has presided over Puerto Rico during the worst natural disaster in the island’s history. On Monday, he announced plans to drastically overhaul Puerto Rico’s public school system and move towards charter schools. Today and more »

Four months after Maria, still desperate in Puerto Rico – Circleville Herald
 


Harvard Crimson
Four months after Maria, still desperate in Puerto Rico
Circleville Herald
… Puerto Rico would be responsible after the first 180 days post-storm. That local cost-share was waived for Louisiana after Katrina. The legislation also must reform Stafford Act requirements, which stipulate that federal dollars be used largely on 
Humanitarian Chef José Andrés Advocates for Puerto Rican ReliefHarvard Crimson
People flee Puerto Rico to Florida after Hurricane MariaNBC2 News
Puerto Rico vows to protect public employees in fiscal planWashington Post
Sun Sentinel –Voice of America –Pasquines –New York Times
all 102 news articles »

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puerto rico law enforcement – Google News: Puerto Ricans grab machetes, shovels to help restore power – Chicago Daily Herald
Rat Infestation Stopped Food Being Sent to Victims of Puerto Rico Hurricane Maria – Newsweek
Florida office holding food donations for Puerto Rico closes due to rat infestation – Atlanta Journal Constitution
Overhauling Puerto Rico’s Education System – WNYC
Four months after Maria, still desperate in Puerto Rico – Circleville Herald
efe’s YouTube Videos: Pence: “No permitiremos que Corea del Norte secuestre la imagen de los JJOO”
Salud federal asigna $33.9 millones a centros en Puerto Rico – El Nuevo Dia.com
Cómo Puerto Rico no logró influir sobre sus principales aliados en Washington – El Nuevo Herald
How Puerto Rico failed to influence its biggest advocates in Washington – Miami Herald
Voice of America: VOA Newscasts – February 06, 2018
puerto rico fbi – Google News: Uma Thurman, Jacob Zuma, Super Bowl: Your Monday Briefing – New York Times
crime in puerto rico – Google News: Puerto Ricans Migrate to US After Maria, Including Arkansas – U.S. News & World Report
puerto rico police corruption – Google News: Puerto Ricans migrate to US after Maria, including Arkansas – Bryan-College Station Eagle
Local reflects on volunteer work in Puerto Rico hurricane recovery – Chillicothe Gazette
efe’s YouTube Videos: Moreno logra respaldo del sí a su consulta, pero no doblega al correísmo
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From San Juan to New York, He Offers Help and Hope for the Uprooted
Why Is Puerto Rico Dismantling Its Institute of Statistics? – Scientific American (blog)
Outcry Over Mistaken FEMA Announcement Shows Many Puerto Ricans Are Still in Need – PEOPLE.com
Making a crypto utopia in Puerto Rico
Gov. Scott to Travel to Puerto Rico Next Week Issues Updates on State Action to Assist Puerto Rico – Orlando Political Observer
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puerto rico law enforcement – Google News: Puerto Ricans grab machetes, shovels to help restore power – Chicago Daily Herald
 

Puerto Ricans grab machetes, shovels to help restore power
Chicago Daily Herald
In the western mountain town of San Sebastian, a group of municipal workers, retired company workers and volunteers have restored power to nearly 2,000 homes despite objections from the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority, whose officials have filed  

 puerto rico law enforcement – Google News

Photos: Hurricane Maria wrecks Puerto Rico – kcentv.com
 


kcentv.com
Photos: Hurricane Maria wrecks Puerto Rico
kcentv.com
Destroyed trees and houses are seen after the passage of hurricane Irma and Maria in Orient Bay, St. Martin, on September 20, 2017. After killing at least nine people in the Caribbean, Maria slammed into Puerto Rico’s southeast coast at daybreak before  

Rat Infestation Stopped Food Being Sent to Victims of Puerto Rico Hurricane Maria – Newsweek
 


Newsweek
Rat Infestation Stopped Food Being Sent to Victims of Puerto Rico Hurricane Maria
Newsweek
This is government negligence.” The reports of the spoiled food come amid a litany of administrative failings with regard to aid sent to Puerto Rico. U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings and Stacey Plaskett, the congressional delegate from the U.S. Virgin Islandsand more »

Florida office holding food donations for Puerto Rico closes due to rat infestation – Atlanta Journal Constitution
 


Atlanta Journal Constitution
Florida office holding food donations for Puerto Rico closes due to rat infestation
Atlanta Journal Constitution
Puerto Rico Federal Affairs Administration office in Kissimmee is closed after a rat infestation. (Photo: WFTV.com). KISSIMMEE, Fla. The Puerto Rico Federal Affairs Administration office in Kissimmee is closed for business due to a rat infestation and more »

Overhauling Puerto Rico’s Education System – WNYC
 


WNYC
Overhauling Puerto Rico’s Education System
WNYC
Governor Ricardo Rosselló has presided over Puerto Rico during the worst natural disaster in the island’s history. On Monday, he announced plans to drastically overhaul Puerto Rico’s public school system and move towards charter schools. Today and more »

Four months after Maria, still desperate in Puerto Rico – Circleville Herald
 


Harvard Crimson
Four months after Maria, still desperate in Puerto Rico
Circleville Herald
… Puerto Rico would be responsible after the first 180 days post-storm. That local cost-share was waived for Louisiana after Katrina. The legislation also must reform Stafford Act requirements, which stipulate that federal dollars be used largely on 
Humanitarian Chef José Andrés Advocates for Puerto Rican ReliefHarvard Crimson
People flee Puerto Rico to Florida after Hurricane MariaNBC2 News
Puerto Rico vows to protect public employees in fiscal planWashington Post
Sun Sentinel –Voice of America –Pasquines –New York Times
all 102 news articles »
efe’s YouTube Videos: Pence: “No permitiremos que Corea del Norte secuestre la imagen de los JJOO”
 

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Tokio (Japón), 7 feb (EFE).- El vicepresidente de EE.UU., Mike Pence, dijo hoy que este país “no permitirá que la propaganda norcoreana secuestre la imagen y el mensaje de los Juegos Olímpicos”, antes de asistir el viernes a la ceremonia de apertura de este evento deportivo en PyeongChang (Corea del Sur).

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Salud federal asigna $33.9 millones a centros en Puerto Rico – El Nuevo Dia.com
 

Salud federal asigna $33.9 millones a centros en Puerto Rico
El Nuevo Dia.com
González indicó que la institución Migrant Health Center, en Mayagüez, recibirá la cantidad de $707,199 en fondos federales bajo el programa de Health Center Cluster de los Centros 330. (GFR Media). Washington – El Departamento de Salud de Estados  

Cómo Puerto Rico no logró influir sobre sus principales aliados en Washington – El Nuevo Herald
 


El Nuevo Herald
Cómo Puerto Rico no logró influir sobre sus principales aliados en Washington
El Nuevo Herald
Los fondos del Medicaid federal en la isla se acaban este mes. El Congreso no ha aprobado una ley de asistencia por desastre desde octubre. Y en momentos en que el huracán María pierde presencia en las noticias diarias, el cabildeo a los legisladores 
Rivera Schatz pide que voto castigo en EE.UU. incluya reclamo estadistaEl Nuevo Dia.comall 3 news articles »

How Puerto Rico failed to influence its biggest advocates in Washington – Miami Herald
 


Miami Herald
How Puerto Rico failed to influence its biggest advocates in Washington
Miami Herald
Puerto Rico’s needs in Washington are urgent. The U.S. territory’s federal Medicaid funding will run out this month. Congress hasn’t passed a disaster relief bill since October. And as Hurricane Maria fades out of the daily news cycle, pushing 
People flee Puerto Rico to Florida after Hurricane MariaNBC2 News
We Energies, Wisconsin Public Service workers extend stay in Puerto RicoAppleton Post Crescent
Puerto Rican evacuees: What’s next if FEMA cuts off aid?WFTV Orlando
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Voice of America: VOA Newscasts – February 06, 2018

Give us 5 minutes, and we’ll give you the world. Around the clock, Voice of America keeps you in touch with the latest news. We bring you reports from our correspondents and interviews with newsmakers from across the world.

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puerto rico fbi – Google News: Uma Thurman, Jacob Zuma, Super Bowl: Your Monday Briefing – New York Times
 


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Uma Thurman, Jacob Zuma, Super Bowl: Your Monday Briefing
New York Times
Dozens of entrepreneurs, made newly wealthy by virtual currencies, have moved to Puerto Rico to build a society that runs on blockchain (and to avoid tax). Consumers in China have lifted the fortunes of many Western brands. But some products like  

 puerto rico fbi – Google News

crime in puerto rico – Google News: Puerto Ricans Migrate to US After Maria, Including Arkansas – U.S. News & World Report
 

Puerto Ricans Migrate to US After Maria, Including Arkansas
U.S. News & World Report
Al Lopez, a Puerto Rican musician and community liaison with Springdale Public Schools, said his mother told him her neighborhood has water and joked that she prefers living with less technology around. On the other hand, she worries more about crime  

 crime in puerto rico – Google News

puerto rico police corruption – Google News: Puerto Ricans migrate to US after Maria, including Arkansas – Bryan-College Station Eagle
 

Puerto Ricans migrate to US after Maria, including Arkansas
Bryan-College Station Eagle
A recession, public debt and other issues have hamstrung the island’s economy for years. Puerto Rico’s governor last week said the public power company would be privatized after decades of mismanagement and corruption, according to The Associated Press and more »

 puerto rico police corruption – Google News

Local reflects on volunteer work in Puerto Rico hurricane recovery – Chillicothe Gazette
 

Local reflects on volunteer work in Puerto Rico hurricane recovery
Chillicothe Gazette
CHILLICOTHE – Boarding a flight to Puerto Rico last fall, Brian “Nick” Mendenhall had to mentally and emotionally prepare himself for what he was about to experience. In the aftermath of Hurricanes Harvey and Maria, the Ross County native stepped off  

efe’s YouTube Videos: Moreno logra respaldo del sí a su consulta, pero no doblega al correísmo
 

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Quito (Ecuador), 5 feb (EFE).- El presidente de Ecuador, Lenín Moreno, logró este domingo un respaldo mayoritario en la consulta popular celebrada este domingo, pero los resultados reflejan que la sombra de su principal opositor en este lance, Rafael Correa, aún es alargada.
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alejandro garcia padilla – Google News: Vuelve la regionalización – El Vocero de Puerto Rico
 


El Vocero de Puerto Rico
Vuelve la regionalización
El Vocero de Puerto Rico
Con Pesquera la regionalización tuvo un segundo aire que continuó después de su salida ya bajo la administración deAlejandro García Padilla. Para muchos oficiales, los exagentes del FBI con otras experiencias distintas a la de los policías de carrera  

 alejandro garcia padilla – Google News

puerto rico governor – Google News: Cuomo, state leaders rally for disaster relief aid package for Puerto Rico – wivb.com
 


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Cuomo, state leaders rally for disaster relief aid package for Puerto Rico
wivb.com
BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) Dozens of people joined local and state leaders in statewide rallies Saturday to demand more federal aid to help Puerto Rico relief efforts. It’s been four months since Hurricane Maria devastated the island. Now governorAndrew  

 puerto rico governor – Google News

From San Juan to New York, He Offers Help and Hope for the Uprooted

Forced to leave Puerto Rico, Rafael Ocasio Barreto shares everything he has with those who have joined the post-hurricane exodus.
Why Is Puerto Rico Dismantling Its Institute of Statistics? – Scientific American (blog)
 


Scientific American (blog)
Why Is Puerto Rico Dismantling Its Institute of Statistics?
Scientific American (blog)
A $73 billion debt. An economy projected to shrink by 11 percent. Nearly one in five peoplewho are U.S. citizensliving in poverty. An estimated $95 billion in hurricane damages. These numbers truly reveal the severity of Puerto Rico’s plight. They 

Outcry Over Mistaken FEMA Announcement Shows Many Puerto Ricans Are Still in Need – PEOPLE.com
 


PEOPLE.com
Outcry Over Mistaken FEMA Announcement Shows Many Puerto Ricans Are Still in Need
PEOPLE.com
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) was in hot water this week after agency officials mistakenly told NPR on Jan. 28 that they will officially shut off their distribution to hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico, merely four months after Hurricane  and more »

Making a crypto utopia in Puerto Rico

For more than a year, the entrepreneurs had been searching for the best location. After Hurricane Maria decimated Puerto Rico’s infrastructure in September and the price of cryptocurrencies began to soar, they saw an opportunity and felt a sense of urgency.
Gov. Scott to Travel to Puerto Rico Next Week Issues Updates on State Action to Assist Puerto Rico – Orlando Political Observer
 

Gov. Scott to Travel to Puerto Rico Next Week Issues Updates on State Action to Assist Puerto Rico
Orlando Political Observer
SERT is working with private cellular infrastructure repair and support companies to assist the Puerto Rico response effort and deploy personnel, repair equipment, trucks and fuel needed for critical communications infrastructure repairs. SERT is  

Puerto Rico Water – Google News: Key Fire Hose and Darley Work to Get Safe Water to Puerto Rico – Firehouse.com (press release) (blog)
 


Firehouse.com (press release) (blog)
Key Fire Hose and Darley Work to Get Safe Water to Puerto Rico
Firehouse.com (press release) (blog)
Itasca, IL February 2, 2018 Key Fire Hose and W.S Darley & Company, leaders in the fire industry, announced today that they have successfully donated 1,840 Darley Safe Water Boxes to Puerto Rico through the organization United for Puerto Rico. Each  

 Puerto Rico Water – Google News

puerto rico electricity – BingNews: Why are a million Puerto Ricans still in the dark?

When Puerto Ricos governor Ricardo Rosselló announced last week his plan to privatize the nations largest electric utility, he justified the move as a remedy to the ongoing humanitarian catastrophe being inflicted upon the population. The Puerto … puerto rico electricity – BingNews

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8:52 AM 2/7/2018 – Salud federal asigna $33.9 millones a centros en Puerto Rico – El Nuevo Dia.com | Four months after Maria, still desperate in Puerto Rico – Circleville Herald

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Four months after Maria, still desperate in Puerto Rico – Circleville Herald

 


Harvard Crimson
Four months after Maria, still desperate in Puerto Rico
Circleville Herald
… Puerto Rico would be responsible after the first 180 days post-storm. That local cost-share was waived for Louisiana after Katrina. The legislation also must reform Stafford Act requirements, which stipulate that federal dollars be used largely on 
Humanitarian Chef José Andrés Advocates for Puerto Rican ReliefHarvard Crimson
People flee Puerto Rico to Florida after Hurricane MariaNBC2 News
Puerto Rico vows to protect public employees in fiscal planWashington Post
Sun Sentinel –Voice of America –Pasquines –New York Times
all 102 news articles »

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efe’s YouTube Videos: Pence: “No permitiremos que Corea del Norte secuestre la imagen de los JJOO”
 

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Tokio (Japón), 7 feb (EFE).- El vicepresidente de EE.UU., Mike Pence, dijo hoy que este país “no permitirá que la propaganda norcoreana secuestre la imagen y el mensaje de los Juegos Olímpicos”, antes de asistir el viernes a la ceremonia de apertura de este evento deportivo en PyeongChang (Corea del Sur).

SEÑAL POOL.

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efe’s YouTube Videos: Pence: “No permitiremos que Corea del Norte secuestre la imagen de los JJOO”

Salud federal asigna $33.9 millones a centros en Puerto Rico – El Nuevo Dia.com

Cómo Puerto Rico no logró influir sobre sus principales aliados en Washington – El Nuevo Herald

How Puerto Rico failed to influence its biggest advocates in Washington – Miami Herald

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puerto rico fbi – Google News: Uma Thurman, Jacob Zuma, Super Bowl: Your Monday Briefing – New York Times
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puerto rico police corruption – Google News: Puerto Ricans migrate to US after Maria, including Arkansas – Bryan-College Station Eagle
Local reflects on volunteer work in Puerto Rico hurricane recovery – Chillicothe Gazette
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