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Los yabucoeños ven lejos la recuperación total de su pueblo a medio año de María. NotiUno 630 constató al llegar a la alcaldía temporera que la recepción estaba llena de residentes, pues a diario buscan ayuda por parte del ejecutivo municipal.

Con el reportaje, Elsa Velázquez Santiago.

A oscuras y sin viviendas Jayuya a 6 meses de María
 

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Así se encuentra el municipio de Jayuya a 6 meses del huracán María, sin brigadas y sin respuestas del Cuerpo de Ingeniero o de la Autoridad de Energía Eléctrica que han dejado a este pueblo en penumbras, ciudad que la mayoría de su población son personas de la tercera edad y donde las muertes han aumentado debido a la falta de energía eléctrica, así lo ha informado el alcalde este pueblo Jorge González.

Nicol Colón Santiago, nos informa.

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La propuesta de la Inter Bayamón fue una de once que la NASA eligió de universidades de siete estados y Puerto Rico, para participar en la iniciativa. Esta consiste en que instituciones académicas y sin fines de lucro lancen satélites como parte de sus and more »

 
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El maltrato de Trump a Puerto Rico – Diario El País
 


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El maltrato de Trump a Puerto Rico
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Basé esa columna, entre otras cosas, en el hecho de que Trump visitó Texas dos veces durante los primeros ocho días después del huracán Harvey, y Florida cinco días después del huracán Irma, mientras que le tomó casi dos semanas poner el pie en Puerto  
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Normalizan el servicio eléctrico en municipios afectados por el apagón – El Nuevo Dia.com
 


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Normalizan el servicio eléctrico en municipios afectados por el apagón
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La Autoridad de Energía de Energía (AEE) normalizó hoy a las 10:30 a.m. el servicio eléctrico a miles de clientes, tras reportarse un apagón en varios municipios alrededor de Puerto Rico. Se desactivó el plan de rotación de carga por contingencia del 
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Niño se suicida en Vega Alta – Telemundo Puerto Rico
 

Niño se suicida en Vega Alta
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Una camioneta cayó al río Orthon al ingreso del municipio de Puerto Rico del departamento de Pando y causó la muerte de seis personas, entre ellas la asambleísta departamental, Juana Tupa. El comandante departamental de la Policía, coronel Marco 

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Of all the wild, head-scratching moves in financial markets this year, there are few that have surprised investors quite as much as the rally in defaulted Puerto Rico bonds. “It just blows my mind,” says Matt Dalton, chief executive officer of Belle Haven Investments.

Since sinking to a mere 20.8 cents on the dollar in December, prices on the island’s most frequently traded securities have climbed steadily and reached a high of 45 cents last week before paring gains during the past few days. Not only are Puerto Rico’s bonds the top performer in the $3.9 trillion municipal market, they’ve gained more than any other dollar-denominated debt in the world, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.

The rally started inconspicuously enough back in late December, with a penny gain here and there that analysts chalked up to bottom fishing after prices collapsed in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.

But then the increases started coming in bigger chunks as word spread that the island may emerge from the devastation with more money on hand than anticipated, a development that creditors bet would translate into better debt-restructuring terms.

The bonds soared by more than 8 cents over two days late last month after Governor Ricardo Rossello released a revised fiscal plan that projects a $6 billion surplus before debt payment through 2023, the second upward revision in as many months.

Many investors question the rally’s staying power. Puerto Rico has a long history of botching its projections, they point out. And the federal oversight board that was empowered by Congress to enforce fiscal discipline on the territory and chart a financial turnaround doesn’t appear to be nearly as sanguine as the bond market. On March 28, it demanded additional austerity measures that Rossello is resisting.

“We’re miles away from having a resolution and concrete determination on where we’re going to be,” said Dalton, whose firm invests some of the $7 billion it manages in insured Puerto Rico debt.

Municipal bankruptcies are so rare that trying to forecast how much investors will recover is little more than a guessing game. And there’s never been a workout as big or as complicated as the one under way for Puerto Rico, which has sold some $74 billion of debt with varying — and sometimes rival — claims to the government’s tax revenue.

The outlook for investors looked even bleaker after the September storm when President Donald Trump suggested that Puerto Rico’s debt would need to be erased to help it recover. But an influx of $70 billion of federal funds and insurance money to rebuild is expected to give it a needed boost. Rossello’s plan forecasts that the island’s long-sputtering economy will grow by 7.3 percent next year and continue to expand — albeit at a slower pace — for the next four years.

That would mark a sharp break for the island, whose debt crisis arose from years of borrowing to paper over budget shortfalls as the economy contracted year after year and residents continued to leave for jobs on the U.S. mainland. Puerto Rico is now counting on them largely sticking around: the plan relies on the population loss holding around one percent a year starting in fiscal 2019.

“I’m surprised by the amount that the bonds have rallied because there’s still a lot of questions to be asked,” said Mark Paris, senior portfolio manager at Invesco Advisers Inc. which oversees $27.2 billion in municipal assets. “They need to do a lot for the people on the island before they start really worrying about bondholders. So I don’t know how you calculate the recovery.”

Rossello’s fiscal plan calculates the island could pay as much as $19.1 billion of principal over 30 years if the debt were restructured with an interest rate of 4.5 percent — enough to cover about half the outstanding principal the central government owes. But that’s only a projection. The recoveries will ultimately be determined in bankruptcy court as the federal board and creditors negotiate on a deal.

“Many of the recoveries will be determined through negotiation essentially and it’s unclear to me that the current fiscal plan that’s been put on the table will have a great deal of influence on this process,” said Ted Hampton, an analyst at Moody’s Investors Service in New York.

Even with federal funds for rebuilding after the storm, Puerto Rico’s faces challenges. More than 45 percent of residents live in poverty, workforce participation is about 40 percent and the fiscal plan projects the population will still shrink.

“The numbers are still pretty ugly,” said Joe Rosenblum, director of municipal credit at AllianceBernstein LP, which oversees $41 billion of municipal debt. “For now, I think the optimism has played out.”

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NEW YORK (Reuters) – Puerto Rico’s governor on Monday fiercely defended his administration’s right to help steer the insolvent, storm-ravaged island out of bankruptcy after a U.S. congressman said the process should be led by the island’s creditors and federally appointed oversight board.

In a scorching, 6,000-word letter delivered on Monday to U.S. Representative Rob Bishop, and seen by Reuters, Governor Ricardo Rossello accused the Republican lawmaker of turning “back the clock many decades to a time when the federal government simply imposed its will” on the U.S. territory.

Bishop, who chairs the House of Representatives Committee on Natural Resources, was at the forefront of a 2016 federal law known as PROMESA, which moved Puerto Rico’s finances under the management of a federally appointed board.

In a letter last week, Bishop censured the board for lack of progress on a massive planned debt restructuring in Puerto Rico, directing the board to seek more input from the island’s financial creditors on a plan to stabilize the island.

Rossello said on Monday that flew in the face of PROMESA, which calls for the board and the governor to work together. He said the sides had made consensual progress on elements of Puerto Rico’s restructuring.

“I cannot and will not permit you to elevate concerns of bondholders on the mainland above concern for the well-being of my constituents,” Rossello said in the 13-page rebuke. “Your letter is truly disturbing in its reckless disregard for collaboration and cooperation in favor of an anti-democratic process akin to a dictatorial regime.”

Puerto Rico is navigating both the biggest bankruptcy in U.S. government history, with $120 billion in bond and pension debt, and its worst natural disaster in 90 years with September’s Hurricane Maria. The storm killed dozens, devastated the island’s infrastructure, and has left thousands without power more than six months later.

Rossello’s letter, scattered with legal arguments supporting a theory that the board’s powers are limited, foreshadows the potential for litigation if his government and the oversight board cannot come to terms on a path forward for the island.

The two sides have been collaborating on an economic forecast, called a fiscal turnaround plan, whose projections will determine, crucially, how much money the island has left over to repay its bondholders.

But they are apart on key issues, namely demands by the board to impose pension cuts and labor reforms. The governor has said those demands constitute specific policy decisions that exceed the board’s power.

The board has the authority to certify a plan unilaterally if it cannot reach terms with the governor, and Bishop’s letter was seen as a nod to that increasingly likely scenario. In it, Bishop essentially instructed the board to use its powers to enforce austerity measures and start collaborating with creditors rather than with just the government.

A unilateral plan would likely perpetuate already costly litigation over Puerto Rico’s financial future, because Rossello could resist implementing the board’s plan, and the board could then sue to enforce it, a scenario that has some precedent.

Rossello insisted his government was owed a seat at the table. “Congress did not create a control board … with plenary policymaking power,” the governor said. “Congress expressly rejected such a model.”

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Since its establishment a hundred years ago, at the dawn of Bolshevik rule, the Main Intelligence Directorate of Moscow’s General Staff—GRU for short—has been the shadowiest of the Kremlin’s spy agencies. While the KGB was known worldwide, its military counterpart remained off-limits to outsiders, shrouded in speculation and mystery. We in the West still know very little about GRU’s Cold War secret operations, unlike the KGB’s, much less what its spies hiding behind their black bat logo are up to these days.

Left untouched by the Soviet collapse in 1991 (there wasn’t even a name change), GRU remains a top-secret espionage empire that spans the globe, with human and technical intelligence capabilities stretching far beyond Russia. A purely foreign intelligence agency, GRU dwarfs its civilian rival, the SVR, in size and capabilities. Like the SVR, it employs spies abroad who masquerade as diplomats, as well as operatives working without official cover, what Moscow terms Illegals.

Recent developments demonstrate that GRU played a clandestine role in the election of Donald Trump. Last week, Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller’s team, which is investigating the White House’s Kremlin connections, released a court filing relating to the imminent sentencing of Alex van der Zwaan, a London attorney who has pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about his contacts with Trump deputy campaign chair Rick Gates and a shadowy figure termed “Person A.” Per the court filing:

That Gates and Person A were directly communicating in September and October 2016 was pertinent to the investigation. Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agents assisting the Special Counsel’s Office assess that Person A has ties to Russian intelligence service and had such ties in 2016. During his first interview with the Special Counsel’s Office, van der Zwaan admitted that he knew of that connection, stating that Gates told him Person A was a former Russian Intelligence Officer with GRU.

To anyone acquainted with the Trump investigation, Person A is obviously Konstantin Kilimnik, a close friend and protégé of Paul Manafort (Trump’s campaign manager in mid-2016), who has admitted he was once a Russian intelligence officer working for GRU. Our media went into overdrive, hailing this as the “most direct line to date” between President Trump’s inner circle and the Kremlin. One must ask: Where have they been?

While it’s certainly news that Mueller’s prosecutors openly called out a barely-concealed Kilimnik for his GRU ties, this fact has been known for years. It’s been reported more than once, beginning in mid-August 2016—including by me—when Manafort’s ties to the Kremlin became so obvious that he excused himself from the Trump campaign. As I stated at the time:

Although Kilimnik made no effort to hide his Kremlin affiliation, he and Manafort became fast friends. To anybody familiar with Russian intelligence, Kilimnik was very likely Manafort’s spy-handler. At best, he was an access agent for GRU, assessing the American for possible espionage. “There are no former intelligence officers,” as Vladimir Putin has stated, and one can only imagine the glee in Moscow when Manafort was appointed Trump’s campaign manager.

Why the mainstream media considers confirmation of Kilimnik’s GRU affiliation—which the translator-cum-factotum never concealed—to be a bombshell is something of a mystery. This is just one more thread in the Trump investigation that’s been known for years, yet which the MSM largely punted on investigating seriously before the 2016 election, when it might have mattered. Why a veteran GRU operative was lurking near the heart of the Trump campaign was an important question in the summer of 2016—not the spring of 2018.

Nevertheless, exactly what Kilimnik was doing with and for Manafort is now getting the scrutiny it deserved long ago. In Vladimir Putin’s Russia, connections to the “special services” are something to be boasted about, and Kilimnik did so. Everybody who worked with him was aware of his GRU affiliation, while anyone acquainted with how Putinism works knew the reality that affiliations with the Kremlin’s spy agencies are never entirely in the past.

For years, Kilimnik was employed in Kyiv as a political fixer, frequently in tandem with Manafort, to back friends of the Kremlin. Embarrassingly, the GRU operative collaborated closely with quite a few Americans. Kilimnik worked in Ukraine for the International Republican Institute, a Washington, D.C.-based NGO, though he was let go in 2005 when the extent of his secret Kremlin links became obvious. That was when Manafort hired him to work on his Ukraine projects—as he did for a decade-plus.

There are credible reports that Kilimnik continued to maintain connections with the IRI even after he was cashiered, while more disturbingly, sources in Kyiv tell me that our embassy there relied on Kilimnik, including to help vet personnel, despite his known GRU connections. Kilimnik was a fixture in Ukraine’s capital, touching numerous American interests, official and unofficial. He also seems to have served as the connection between Manafort and Oleg Deripaska, the notorious Russian oligarch and close friend of Putin’s. Any serious inquiry into Kiliminik and his network of friends and partners will likely reveal embarrassing things for Washington beyond Manafort and Trump.

It’s troubling that Manafort met with Kilimnik several times in mid-2016, even when scrutiny about Team Trump’s Russian ties was becoming a problem for the campaign. Worse, there are indications that Kilimnik had a hand in gutting the Republican Party’s platform on Ukraine, which was altered in a direction more amenable to Moscow at the GOP convention in Cleveland in mid-July 2016. That issue merits scrutiny, above all to determine on whose behalf Kilimnik was exactly working there.

Moreover, Kilimnik’s was hardly the only GRU secret operation to touch the Trump campaign in 2016. According to a recent report in The Daily Beast, Russia’s military intelligence was behind the hack of Democratic emails in 2016—and was in direct contact with Team Trump about it. Guccifer 2.0 was reputedly the “lone hacker” who pillaged the emails of Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee in the spring of 2016. These were dumped online by WikiLeaks in July of that year, to devastating political effect.

American counterintelligence had already ascertained that the hackers of the DNC were part of “Fancy Bear”—a shadowy bunch of online criminals that functions as a GRU cut-out in cyber-attacks on numerous Western governments and institutions. Our counterspies were additionally able to establish that Guccifer 2.0 in reality is a GRU official, thanks to an embarrassing cyber-screw-up in Moscow. As The Daily Beast explained:

Guccifer failed to activate the VPN client before logging on. As a result, he left a real, Moscow-based Internet Protocol address in the server logs of an American social media company… Working off the IP address, U.S. investigators identified Guccifer 2.0 as a particular GRU officer working out of the agency’s headquarters on Grizodubovoy Street in Moscow.

This is of special interest to Team Mueller since Roger Stone, the veteran Republican dirty-trickster who’s been a close friend and partner of both Manafort and Trump since the 1970s, has admitted he was in contact with Guccifer 2.0. Stone posted Twitter direct messages between himself and the mysterious hacker on his blog. Although Stone denied that he’s been in touch with Russian intelligence, this is now provably untrue. Given that Stone has also been in secret contact with WikiLeaks, he has placed himself at both ends of the Russian-directed spy-cum-criminal conspiracy against the Democrats in 2016. Considering that Trump’s own CIA director called out WikiLeaks as a Kremlin front, specifically “a non-state hostile intelligence service often abetted by state actors like Russia,” it can be safely assumed that Mueller and the FBI have many questions for Stone to answer.

To anyone acquainted with real-world espionage, particularly when it involves Russians, Team Trump’s numerous secret connections to GRU in 2016 and beyond cannot be brushed off as mere coincidence. Exactly what role the Kremlin’s shadowy black-bat played in putting Donald Trump in the White House remains to be determined. None should doubt that Robert Mueller and his veteran investigators are on the case.

John Schindler is a security expert and former National Security Agency analyst.

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La Junta de Supervisión Fiscal que controla las finanzas de la isla le está exigiendo al Gobierno despidos, recortes de pensiones y cambios a las leyes laborales del país.

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El gobernador de Puerto Rico, Ricardo Rosselló, enviará esta semana a la Junta de Supervisión Fiscal (JSF) que controla las finanzas de la isla un nuevo Plan Fiscal que no contempla el despido de empleados públicos, el recorte de pensiones ni una reforma laboral tal como le exigió la entidad la semana pasada.

La JSF es un organismo creado por el Congreso de EEUU en 2016 para controlar las finanzas del gobierno de Puerto Rico tras éste no poder cumplir con los pagos de vencimientos de su deuda pública ascendente a 70,000 millones de dólares.

La Ley PROMESA, que creó la junta, protegió al Gobierno de sus acreedores mediante un proceso similar a la ley de quiebras y le exige a la administración presentar planes fiscales a la JSF que pueden ser aprobados o rechazados por la entidad, que a su vez puede imponer su propio plan por encima de la leyes y decisiones del gobierno local.

En una carta dirigida a la JSF el domingo, Rosselló enfatizó que, aunque la Ley PROMESA le permite a la entidad certificar o no el Plan Fiscal del Gobierno, la junta no puede usurpar los poderes legislativos y operacionales del gobierno local.

Roselló sostiene que eso es lo que pretende hacer la JSF cuando le pide al Gobierno recortar las pensiones, despedir empleados públicos y hacer una reforma laboral bajo sus propios términos.

Con su Plan Fiscal el Gobernador había propuesto una polémica reforma a las leyes laborales de Puerto Rico que eliminaba el pago del bono de Navidad o aguinaldo en el sector privado, anulaba las leyes por despido injustificado y reducía los días de vacaciones y por enfermedad obligatorios de 15 a 7, a cambio de un aumento en el salario mínimo local de 7.25 dólares la hora a 8.25 dólares.

Sin embargo, la semana pasada la JSF aceptó todas esas propuestas, agregó que las pensiones del Gobierno debían ser recortadas en 10 por ciento y rechazó cualquier aumento inmediato en el salario mínimo.

Rosselló contestó que sin aumento del salario mínimo retiraba su propuesta de reforma laboral y criticó que la propuesta JSF no incluyera ni un solo programa de capacitación para la fuerza laboral.

“El Gobierno no permitirá la toma de estos poderes, y por lo tanto no implementaremos muchas de las revisiones sugeridas”, afirmó el jefe del Ejecutivo puertorriqueño en un comunicado que acompañó a la misiva.

“En caso de que la Junta decida certificar un Plan Fiscal que muestre un exceso de sus facultades, sepa que el Gobierno electo por el pueblo ejercerá su discreción al implementar aquellas medidas que considere apropiadas y en el bienestar público”, aseguró.

Recalcó, además, que existe un compromiso de su administración de incrementar la participación laboral, mantener el bono de Navidad, los días de vacaciones y enfermedad pese a que l a JSF “insiste en eliminarlos sin dar paso a una compensación laboral como el aumento al salario mínimo y entrenamiento a la fuerza laboral”.

Rosselló enfatizó en la carta de siete páginas que el Gobierno de Puerto Rico “cree firmemente que las revisiones sugeridas (por la Junta) deprimirían significativamente el crecimiento macroeconómico, que es una piedra angular importante del Plan Fiscal”.

Por ello, adelantó que en el Plan Fiscal revisado, que será enviado a la JSF el jueves próximo, no incluirá una propuesta de reforma laboral y solo agregará el establecimiento de un crédito por ingresos por trabajo (EITC) para trabajadores con ingresos bajos o moderados y el requerimiento de trabajo para poder participar en el Programa de Asistencia Nutricional (PAN).

Rosselló dijo, además, que la JSF “continúa insistiendo” en una reducción promedio del 10 por ciento de los beneficios de pensión en todos los sistemas de jubilación del Gobierno pero que tal medida impone “una carga desproporcionada a los trabajadores y jubilados de Puerto Rico”.

Al mismo tiempo, insistió en que desarrollará la regionalización, los condados y la movilización voluntaria de reos a instituciones en otras jurisdicciones de Estado Unidos, debido a que estas propuestas producirán ahorros significativos en la operación diaria del Gobierno.

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Aprovechando la cuaresma, con el propósito de influir más que en cualquier otro momento sobre los feligreses, el politiquero con sotana, arzobispo de San Juan, Roberto González Nieves, manifestó una vez más favorecer la independencia para Puerto Rico. No conforme con esto, al mismo inicio de la semana santa, el Domingo de Ramos, este individuo aprovechando un público cautivo en la iglesia, pidió desde el altar que se retire la nueva propuesta reforma laboral sometida por el gobernador Ricardo Rosselló porque esta “atenta contra los trabajadores y carece de sensibilidad y justicia”.

El arzobispo lleva mucho tiempo manifestando su preferencia ideológica y abogando desde el púlpito y en todos los foros por la independencia para la Isla en una clara intromisión de la iglesia que él representa en la política de la Isla. Como individuo tiene derecho a tener su preferencia ideológica, pero usar la autoridad de su posición en la Iglesia Católica para predicar una ideología política es una presión indebida contra la feligresía y una afrenta que no se debe continuar tolerando. Este individuo lo hace en claro desafío y desobediencia a la que fuera hace un par de años una directriz del Papa Francisco para que los líderes de la iglesia se abstuvieran de inmiscuirse en esos asuntos.

Por otro lado, hay que preguntarse con qué fuerza moral este señor se atreve a criticar al gobierno por haber sometido una propuesta de reforma laboral señalando que esta carece de “falta de sensibilidad y de justicia” cuando él mismo hace escasamente tres años, insensible y cruelmente, de golpe y porrazo cerró colegios católicos dejando cesantes y sin trabajo a un número considerable de maestros. Quitándoles, además, las pensiones a todos, y como si esto fuera poco le confiscó los fondos de construcción -varios millones de dólares- a la Academia Perpetuo Socorro para utilizarlos en vaya usted a saber con qué fines y propósitos.

Ante la demanda en los tribunales para que se le diera marcha atrás a esas crueles determinaciones de este politiquero, y ante la soberbia y el incumplimiento de un injunction preliminar del Tribunal Supremo emitido el 18 de julio de 2017 en el que se le ordenaba a la Iglesia a continuar el pago de las pensiones de los demandantes, en una resolución emitida el pasado 16 de marzo el juez superior Anthony Cuevas Ramos le ordena a la Iglesia a que inmediatamente y sin más demoras proceda a continuar con la emisión de los pagos a los demandantes conforme al plan de pensiones mientras se dilucida este pleito. Por la actitud temeraria asumida por la Iglesia se le ordena que en un término de 24 horas proceda a consignar la suma de $4.7 millones en la Unidad de Cuentas del Tribunal, advirtiéndole que no se tolerará más dilaciones ni demoras so pena de que si no se cumple con la orden se embargarán las cuentas bancarias de la Iglesia Católica en Puerto Rico.

Este arzobispo se cree que está por encima de las leyes del estado y que tiene licencia para hacer lo que le venga en gana por el mero hecho de mal llevar una sotana.

Para los que no recuerdan quién es este señor, baste informarles que fue el ayudante especial, pupilo e íntimo amigo de Bernard Law quien fuera cardenal de Boston desde 1984 hasta 2002 cuando fue forzado a renunciar por encubrir y no actuar respecto a los miles de abusos sexuales cometidos por sacerdotes pederastas bajo su jurisdicción en su arquidiócesis. Al renunciar, Law fue trasladado a Italia como sacerdote de la Basilica di Santa María Maggiori. Allí el nuevo Papa Francisco se topó con él y pidió lo removieran de la posición pues no soportaba verlo por esos lares.

En 1995 Roberto González Nieves fue trasladado de Boston a Corpus Christi en Texas como obispo. En 1999 se le instaló como arzobispo de San Juan donde desde el mismo momento de su instalación no ha dejado de hacer política desde el púlpito y al igual que su mentor ha sido sumamente blando y hasta encubridor con los sacerdotes pederastas. Además de estimular a otros politiqueros con sotana como el padre Pedro a utilizar el púlpito para hacer política y despotricar contra el liderato gubernamental.

Los que como yo estamos hartos de estos políticos con sotana debemos escribirle al Papa Francisco para que tome cartas en el asunto. Aquí les incluyo la dirección para que lo hagan: Santidad Francisco, Secretaria de Estado Palazzo Apostólico Vaticano 00120 Citta del Vaticano.

Puerto Rico moves towards an executable fiscal plan

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In the nearness of the second anniversary of the creation of the federal legal framework designed to solve the public financial abyss of the island, we are approaching the birth of a plan that clearly traces the fiscal course towards the budgetary equilibrium and the organized response to indebtedness.

Although differences persist between the Fiscal Oversight Board and the Puerto Rican Executive regarding certain contents of the fiscal formula submitted by the local government, in no way do these overshadow the strong areas of coincidence that push toward total consensus.

A key synchronization zone is to propose the injection of federal funds for recovery as an investment in infrastructure and the revitalization of the economy.

The Board’s endorsement of the Puerto Rican government’s vision of linking the adjustments, which are mandatory in the face of precariousness, to a comprehensive agenda of reconstruction and economic stimulus, under the protection of the US government’s disbursements, is significant. This vision is reinforced by the context of the severe hurricane damage suffered by most of the vital infrastructure of the island.

The recognition, both of the government and of the Board, of the need to implement structural reforms in the governmental apparatus also enters into positive territory. These will provide support to public and private initiatives for the sustained growth of the economy.

Esa reestructuración, así como las medidas de ahorro, es vital ante el hecho de que la inyección federal de mitigación de la crisis causada por el huracán no será permanente. Tampoco se postergará de forma indefinida la responsabilidad de Puerto Rico de atender sus deudas.

En el tema laboral, las desavenencias tocan más bien el momento de su implementación, no necesariamente su contenido.

Trabajando a partir de las áreas de armonía, el gobierno insular y la autoridad supervisora transmitirán, al Congreso y la Casa Blanca, un mensaje inequívoco en torno al progreso de la implementación del estatuto federal Promesa.

La audiencia pública que el congresista Rob Bishop se propone celebrar para auscultar el estado del cumplimiento con la ley Promesa, es un foro apropiado para presentar a Washington la capacidad de ambas entidades de concebir un plan fiscal certificable. Coincidimos con Bishop en que la transparencia, rendición de cuentas, buena voluntad y cooperación entre Puerto Rico y la Junta son clave para la recuperación puertorriqueña.

Mientras, el Tribunal Federal ha reiterado la importancia de que el diálogo entre el gobierno local y la Junta resulte en acuerdos. La jueza Laura Taylor Swain es responsable, bajo la jurisdicción de Promesa, de pasar juicio definitorio sobre la responsabilidad de Puerto Rico con los bonistas.

Definitivamente, una alianza constructiva entre el gobierno y la Junta puede completar a cabalidad la receta fiscal ejecutable, incluso bajo términos afines a las prioridades del Ejecutivo de Puerto Rico.

Tomemos como ejemplo el caso de las pensiones, un área pendiente de acuerdo entre la Junta y el gobierno local. Las reservas del sistema de retiro son prácticamente inexistentes. Además, sobre el sistema pesa una deuda que no está asegurada.

Dejar en manos del Tribunal la forma en que Puerto Rico responderá por una obligación vinculada a la economía personal de muchos de nuestros ancianos, es exponerlos como mínimo a un recorte de pensión más agudo que el propuesto por la Junta. Los objetivos de la entidad incluyen, además de austeridad en esta partida, garantizar un fondo para los pagos a los retirados.

The land is flattened to refine the tax plan and make it certifiable. With healthy finances and the creditors served, Puerto Rico will be able to return to the stock market in search of capital that supports initiatives for the long-term development of the economy.

The fiscal plan should be the facilitator of the entrepreneurship of new models of governance and production that encourage competition and the creation of jobs.

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Like the country, Aesop had to import animals for his fables. There on the Greek coast of his native Thrace – a beach as indebted as ours – fauna was scarce. In that archipelago it was very rare to find camels, monkeys, foxes, elephants, cobras, cats, or lions, the animals that most populate the great fabulist’s stories. The esopic experts suggest that most of the fables were Greek versions of Egyptian or Libyan stories, and that the cats that appear in the fables were actually domesticated weasels or that the fearsome lion used to be the denial of the donkey.

All this comes to the house because, in February, the House of Representatives sought to approve the Project-Resolution 251, which orders the commissions of Public Safety, Agriculture, Natural Resources and Environmental Affairs, to investigate and prohibit the trafficking of exotic animals in the island. The driving force behind the measure is the PNP legislator, Jose Aponte Hernandez, and his main concern is drug trafficking. In a press release, our “Pet-Detective” in the Chamber assures that “boas, pythons, poisonous snakes, bears, cougars, lions, bengal tigers, jaguars, ocelots, spiders and scorpions have been seized on the island” and that There is a very close relationship between these animals and drug trafficking. Our Dr.

The biggest temptation is to imagine a spider guarding a cargo of heroin. But beyond the esopic laughter of the spider government, what worries is the foolishness of the legislator when it comes to connecting the trafficking of animals with drugs. Why do not you also take care of the macaws that run away from the mansions on Glasgow Avenue? Where are the animals that suffer the contamination due to the deposition of ashes in Peñuelas? Who will protect the fish, the octopuses and the blessed conch of the Lenten gluttony?

It is sensible to think, then, that the PNP is esopic. It is not only that his party project is mounted in a democratic fable – the symbol of the Democratic Party is a donkey – but that every time they have a problem in front they flee towards Aesop: the animals are always the others. That is why they criminalize animals that do not fit into their fable factory and import animals from other latitudes at any cost. In their eagerness to win – they govern as if they were losing – mythologize even mosquitoes.

No es casualidad que uno de los mayores expertos en las fábulas de Esopo, el inglés B.E. Perry, considera que la fama de las fábulas estaba relacionada con la idea de rebautizar dioses olvidados. De aquí los títulos que algunos coleccionistas de fábulas seleccionaban: “Los asnos que fueron a Zeus”. Algo similar sucedió con las moralejas. Eran los coleccionistas, en su mayoría oradores contratados por reyes y tiranos, quienes colocaban moralejas al final de cada fábula: “Al hombre fraudulento conviene esta fábula” o “También los dirigentes de estado son más eficientes si llevan la patria a confusión.”

Pero si de griegos se trata tendríamos que decir que, si bien el PNP es esópico, el PPD es homérico y el PIP es trágico, más de Edipo que de Antígona. Mientras los populares hacen alianzas con Agamenón, Aquiles y los dioses, los pipiolos se vuelven trágicos, se casan entre ellos, y se sacan los ojos. Pero la manía esópica del PNP les lleva ventaja porque la fábula es un género maleable, sin contexto, que se adapta, cambia de animal, e inventa moralejas nuevas. Así es que el PNP ha sobrevivido a los escándalos más viles de corrupción, privatizaciones y reformas de precariedad laboral. No hay duda, que el PNP se sobrepone con la ligereza de una fábula, justo como aquel esópico murciélago que, herido de alas en el suelo y a punto de ser comido por una comadreja, se salvó cuando el murciélago le dijo a su presa que él no era un pájaro, sino un ratón.


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1:24 PM 4/3/2018 – Debt once worth 21 cents on the dollar now trades for 41 cents – Stunned Investors Reap 95% Gains on Defaulted Puerto Rico Bonds

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Stunned Investors Reap 95% Gains on Defaulted Puerto Rico Bonds

  • Debt once worth 21 cents on the dollar now trades for 41 cents
  • Some have doubts: ‘The numbers are still pretty ugly.’

Of all the wild, head-scratching moves in financial markets this year, there are few that have surprised investors quite as much as the rally in defaulted Puerto Rico bonds. “It just blows my mind,” says Matt Dalton, chief executive officer of Belle Haven Investments.

Since sinking to a mere 20.8 cents on the dollar in December, prices on the island’s most


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1:18 PM 4/3/2018 – Un vehículo cae a un río en Pando y causa 6 muertos – BUT!!! – Puerto Rico lanzará satélite para estudiar estrellas y planetas – Primera Hora

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El presidente del Senado, Thomas Rivera Schatz, advirtió que si el Departamento de Justicia no radica en los próximos días un informe concluyente sobre el polémico chat en el que

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Rosselló pide “enfoque equilibrado” a congresista Bishop

El gobernador Ricardo Rosselló Nevares le envió una carta al congresista Rob Bishop en la que lo exhorta a adoptar un enfoque equilibrado que refleje a todas las partes interesadas

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MLB Puerto Rico Future Baseball Stars se añade a programación deportiva del DRD

La secretaria del Departamento de Recreación y Deportes (DRD), Adriana Sánchez Parés, anunció el martes el comienzo de una iniciativa la cual impulsará el desarrollo de jóvenes peloteros en diferentes municipios de la isla.

La funcionaria indicó en declaraciones escritas que el proyecto MLB Puerto Rico Future Baseball Stars, se añade a la programación deportiva y recreativa del DRD que inicia esta semana. El novel programa atenderá a jóvenes entre las edades de 13 a 18 años, que no cuenten con los recursos necesarios para costear clínicas o cubrir los costos en una escuela privada de béisbol. Así lo detalló la secretaria Sánchez Parés.

Con el inicio del MLB Puerto Rico Future Baseball Stars continuamos nuestro camino a reestablecer y expandir las oportunidades deportivas y recreativas para nuestros niños y jóvenes. Sabemos que servirá para continuar con el desarrollo de nuevas y futuras estrellas del béisbol, que es uno de los deportes que más nos apasiona como puertorriqueños. Programas como este sirven de ayuda y estímulo para los jóvenes que por diferentes razones se les hace difícil continuar desarrollándose en este deporte, para que así logren su meta de participar en el béisbol organizado, sostuvo la funcionaria.

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Detalló que el MLB Puerto Rico Future Stars inició el lunes 2 de abril y se extiende hasta el 30 de junio con clínicas todos los lunes y miércoles en los municipios de Cataño (Estadio Perucho Cepeda), Toa Baja (Estadio Rafael Carmona), Vega Alta (Estadio Julio Papo Dávila) y Morovis (Parque del Barrio Torrecillas). El horario de las clínicas será de 4:00 a 6:00 de la tarde y estarán a cargo de experimentados técnicos de dicho deporte. Durante el mes de junio se realizarán partidos entre los participantes de los diferentes municipios, con el propósito de evaluar el progreso de estos.

Este proyecto es parte de los compromisos programáticos del DRD como lo es Deporte con Honor; una iniciativa plasmada en el Plan para Puerto Rico de nuestro gobernador Ricardo Rosselló Nevares. Dicho compromiso promueve el desarrollo del deporte y la recreación en diferentes comunidades vulnerables, y nos sentimos orgullosos por cumplir con esta encomienda, destacó la secretaria.

Mientras, informó que con el inicio de dicho proyecto, también se pone en marcha la programación deportiva del DRD, adscrita a la Secretaría Auxiliar de Recreación y Deportes, dirigida por el técnico, líder recreativo y maestro de educación física, Ángel Herrera.

Como parte del esfuerzo arranca en 34 municipios la programación dirigida a fomentar el ejercicio y la actividad física entre la población de adultos mayores. Mientras que el próximo jueves 5 de abril inician los programas DRD Sin Barreras y los Centros de Formación Deportiva.

El programa DRD sin Barreras va dirigido a fomentar diferentes disciplinas adaptadas como atletismo, acuaeróbicos, baloncesto, bocha, natación, softball, voleibol, tenis de campo, taekwondo, entre otros. Este proyecto tendrá como sede el Centro Ayani de Moca, el Estadio Centroamericano en Mayagüez, la Piscina Camuy Country Club en Camuy, Centro Recreativo Round Hill en Trujillo Alto, el Centro de Desarrollo de Deporte Adaptado en Santurce (sede del DRD) y los balnearios La Monserrate en Luquillo y Boquerón en Cabo Rojo, donde se estableció el concepto Mar Sin Barreras, el cual fue creado para facilitar el acceso a las playas a la población en silla de ruedas por medio de la construcción de rampas.

Más adelante se implementarán actividades deportivas y recreativas adaptadas para los participantes de este programa, entre las que se encuentran kayak recreativo y terapéutico, entre otras alternativas.

Mientras, los Centros de Formación Deportiva fomentan el desarrollo de atletas hasta los 18 años de edad, los cuales luego de diferentes evaluaciones son recomendados a las diferentes Federaciones con el propósito de nutrir nuestra representación deportiva a nivel internacional. Actualmente hay 72 centros confirmados y se proyecta completar 100 de estos, distribuidos en las 9 regiones del Departamento alrededor de la isla. Los Centros de Formación Deportiva se enfocarán en 17 deportes entre los que se encuentran Lucha Olímpica, Levantamiento de Pesas, Tenis de Mesa, Karate Do, Taekwondo, Boxeo, Fútbol, Tiro con Arco entre otros.

Otro de los programas lo es Deporte Urbano, el cual fomenta el deporte en las comunidades. Este proyecto inició recientemente con su componente de baloncesto, y próximamente continuará con softball femenino y volleyball, masculino y femenino. Los juegos por el campeonato de Puerto Rico para la categoría U13 y U16, se llevarán a cabo este próximo domingo 8 de abril, en el Coliseo Félix Méndez Acevedo de Lares, desde las 12:30 de la tarde.

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En condición estable menor que le cayó un poste encima en la escuela

Las autoridades informaron que cerca de las 4:28 de la tarde del lunes se reportó un incidente en la Escuela Juana Sánchez, en el Barrio Placita de Juncos.

Según la información preliminar, se desprendió un poste de tendido eléctrico que cayó sobre un menor de 12 años que se encontraba en el área.

La Uniformada precisó que el perjudicado fue transportado al hospital Doctor César Collazo, donde el doctor Luis Álvarez, diagnóstico trauma en la cabeza y hematomas en el lado izquierdo del cuerpo y laceraciones en ambos brazos.

No obstante, el médico indicó que la condición era estable.

El Policía Municipal Castro, adscrito al Cuartel Municipal de Juncos, se hizo a cargo de la investigación.

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Senado aprueba proyecto para combatir estorbos públicos

El Senado de Puerto Rico, dio paso el lunes al Proyecto del Senado 830 que, de convertirse en ley, proveería a los municipios herramientas para combatir uno de los problemas que más afectan a las ciudades y centros urbanos alrededor de Puerto Rico: las estructuras abandonadas.

La medida, sometida por el senador popular José Nadal Power y el vicepresidente del Senado, Lawrence Larry Seilhamer Rodríguez, logró 26 votos a favor va a ayudar a los municipios con uno de los problemas más comunes; los estorbos públicos. Ahora pasa a la consideración de la Cámara de Representantes.

Convertida en ley, la medida dispondrá que en los casos de expropiaciones forzosas los municipios podrán restar los gravámenes por concepto de multas y gastos de limpieza y mantenimiento de la propiedad inmueble, incurridos por el municipio, de la suma por concepto de justa compensación, dijo Nadal Power en declaraciones escritas.

Expresó que resulta necesario que los alcaldes tengan a su disposición las herramientas adecuadas para lidiar con el problema de estorbos públicos que afecta la calidad de vida, salud y seguridad de cientos de comunidades. Se trata de mecanismos legales que adelantan la política pública con el menor impacto posible en las finanzas de los municipios.

El senador popular añadió que el pasado cuatrienio la legislatura enmendó la Ley General de Expropiación Forzosa (Ley 130 del 2016), a los fines de que al momento de fijar la suma de dinero estimada por el municipio como justa compensación de la propiedad que se pretende adquirir, se deduzca de dicha suma la cantidad correspondiente a cualquier deuda por el concepto de contribución sobre la propiedad inmueble. Sin embargo, en ese momento no se incluyeron los gravámenes que genera la propiedad por concepto de multas o gastos de limpieza o mitigación que surgen de una declaración de estorbo público.

Conscientes del problema que representan los estorbos públicos para las comunidades, en el 2016 se legislaron enmiendas a la Ley, pero resulta necesario incluir dentro de las disposiciones de la Ley General de Expropiación Forzosa que las deudas por conceptos de multas y gastos de limpieza y mantenimiento de la propiedad inmueble realizados por el municipio, podrán ser restadas de la justa compensación al momento de radicar una acción judicial al amparo de la Ley General de Expropiación Forzosa, explicó el senador popular.

Asimismo, explicó que de esta manera, al igual que en el caso de la ejecución de una propiedad declarada como estorbo público y venta en subasta pública, los municipios tendrán la facultad en los casos de expropiación forzosa, para deducir de la suma de dinero estimada como justa compensación, las deudas y gravámenes por concepto de multas y gastos de limpieza y mantenimiento de la propiedad inmueble.

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“The people of Puerto Rico, in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, have suffered a great deal in terms of reduced government services and economic loss,” Rossello said in the letter. “Now the board is attempting to enforce additional cuts on government

Puerto Rico governor slams congressman over ‘dictatorial’ letter

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NEW YORK (Reuters) – Puerto Rico’s governor on Monday fiercely defended his administration’s right to help steer the insolvent, storm-ravaged island out of bankruptcy after a U.S. congressman said the process should be led by the island’s creditors and federally appointed oversight board.

In a scorching, 6,000-word letter delivered on Monday to U.S. Representative Rob Bishop, and seen by Reuters, Governor Ricardo Rossello accused the Republican lawmaker of turning “back the clock many decades to a time when the federal government simply imposed its will” on the U.S. territory.

Bishop, who chairs the House of Representatives Committee on Natural Resources, was at the forefront of a 2016 federal law known as PROMESA, which moved Puerto Rico’s finances under the management of a federally appointed board.

In a letter last week, Bishop censured the board for lack of progress on a massive planned debt restructuring in Puerto Rico, directing the board to seek more input from the island’s financial creditors on a plan to stabilize the island.

Rossello said on Monday that flew in the face of PROMESA, which calls for the board and the governor to work together. He said the sides had made consensual progress on elements of Puerto Rico’s restructuring.

“I cannot and will not permit you to elevate concerns of bondholders on the mainland above concern for the well-being of my constituents,” Rossello said in the 13-page rebuke. “Your letter is truly disturbing in its reckless disregard for collaboration and cooperation in favor of an anti-democratic process akin to a dictatorial regime.”

Puerto Rico is navigating both the biggest bankruptcy in U.S. government history, with $120 billion in bond and pension debt, and its worst natural disaster in 90 years with September’s Hurricane Maria. The storm killed dozens, devastated the island’s infrastructure, and has left thousands without power more than six months later.

Rossello’s letter, scattered with legal arguments supporting a theory that the board’s powers are limited, foreshadows the potential for litigation if his government and the oversight board cannot come to terms on a path forward for the island.

The two sides have been collaborating on an economic forecast, called a fiscal turnaround plan, whose projections will determine, crucially, how much money the island has left over to repay its bondholders.

But they are apart on key issues, namely demands by the board to impose pension cuts and labor reforms. The governor has said those demands constitute specific policy decisions that exceed the board’s power.

The board has the authority to certify a plan unilaterally if it cannot reach terms with the governor, and Bishop’s letter was seen as a nod to that increasingly likely scenario. In it, Bishop essentially instructed the board to use its powers to enforce austerity measures and start collaborating with creditors rather than with just the government.

A unilateral plan would likely perpetuate already costly litigation over Puerto Rico’s financial future, because Rossello could resist implementing the board’s plan, and the board could then sue to enforce it, a scenario that has some precedent.

Rossello insisted his government was owed a seat at the table. “Congress did not create a control board … with plenary policymaking power,” the governor said. “Congress expressly rejected such a model.”

Reporting by Nick Brown; Editing by Peter Cooney

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7:19 AM 4/3/2018 – Chairman Bishop’s strategy for stabilizing Puerto Rico – The Hill

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House Committee on Natural Resources Chairman Rep. Rob Bishop (R-Utah) recently sent to letters to the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA) and oversight board created by PROMESA to manage and stabilize Puerto Rico’s public finances.

The letter to PREPA requests documents and information concerning alleged acts of corruption and favoritism in the power restoration operations in the wake of Hurricane Maria. The letter ominously declares, among other statements, that

“a lack of faith in Puerto Rico’s institutions remains a major barrier to recovery.”

The letter to the oversight board is more pointed expressing frustration with the board’s lethargy in discharging its legal mandate to control and manage the public finances of Puerto Rico, specifically with regards to its “inability and unwillingness to reach consensual restructuring agreements with the holders of Puerto Rico’s debt,” and its failure to define what constitutes an essential public service for purposes of prioritizing governmental cuts.

Both letters are within the purview of the committee’s oversight and investigative authority, and should be read as a signal of growing impatience by Congress with Puerto Rico’s handling of its current fiscal crisis and its recuperation efforts after the passing of Hurricane María. This impatience is not unreasonable.

These letters, of course, are also added pressure in favor of PREPA and Puerto Rico bondholders’ interest. In fact, Bishop reportedly said that the oversight board’s inaction in certifying a $9 billion restructuring agreement reached between PREPA and its creditors and green-lighted by Congress was “troubling.”

Upon review of the fiscal plan submitted by the Puerto Rico government last week the oversight board — probably partially in response to Bishop’s prodding — mandated a 10 percent cut on governments pensions, amendments to the economic projections, reductions in the savings estimates and limitations on the minimum wage hike proposed by the Puerto Rico government, among other measures. April 20 is the due date for the final approval of the fiscal plan.

Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló reacted sharply, declaring that he would not allow the oversight board to intervene in matters of public policy, and would not reduce the government pensions as mandated. He also challenged the legal authority the oversight board has to execute these mandates.

The stage has been set for a political confrontation between the government of Puerto Rico and the oversight board for some time. As of yet, it is not clear whether Rossellós remarks were made for purposes of local, insular politics, or whether he aims to challenge Congress itself.

In a not so veiled threat, Bishop did state in his letter to the oversight board that any certified fiscal plan should reflect the board as the sole representative of debtors (that is, the government of Puerto Rico), and that any attempt by the commonwealth to circumvent this uniformity of representation should be met with appropriate budget reductions. At a time when the government of Puerto Rico is tied in bankruptcy-like litigation and in dire need of federal assistance, be it a loan from the Treasury Department to its operational costs, FEMA funds or Medicaid assignments — just to mention three pending issues —

it is evident which side is at the short-term losing end of a confrontation.

This situation is made untenable because of our current territorial arrangement. It is apparent to the 3.5 million American citizens in Puerto Rico that the fact that we do not have five representatives and two senators places us in an indefensible position. Bishop’s imperious letters are an exercise in raw political power highlighting the urgent need to address the status issue. Puerto Rico’s problems, in the end, are problems for Congress.

Andrés L. Córdova is a law professor at Inter American University of Puerto Rico. He is also an occasional columnist on legal and political issues at the Spanish daily El Vocero de Puerto Rico.

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PALM BEACH, Fla. President Trump said Sunday that there would be no deal to legalize the status of millions of dreamers, undocumented immigrants brought to the United States as children, and directed congressional Republicans to pass tough new 
Trump: ‘NO MORE DACA DEAL’CNN
Trump slams Mexico, current immigration lawsPolitico
Trump demands ‘nuclear option’ and ‘no more DACA deal’The Hill
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Man, 20, becomes 31st person to be stabbed and killed in London this year – Metro
 


Metro
Man, 20, becomes 31st person to be stabbed and killed in London this year
Metro
A 20-year-old man has become the 31st person to be stabbed and killed in London this year. The unnamed victim was attacked after he left a bar and died in Ellerton Road, Wandsworth in the early hours of this morning. Two teens airlifted to hospital in 
Murder investigation launched after man stabbed in WandsworthWandsworth Guardianall 30 news articles »
What will Mueller find out about Trump, Russia and the dossier? The world may never know – Washington Times
 


Washington Times
What will Mueller find out about Trump, Russia and the dossier? The world may never know
Washington Times
Special counsel Robert Mueller is mandated to submit a confidential report to the attorney general at the conclusion of his investigation, but there are major ambiguities about whether a full release of the information would be in the public interest 
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Why US-bound ‘caravans’ of Central American migrants are getting Trump’s attention – Washington Post
 


Washington Post
Why US-bound ‘caravans’ of Central American migrants are getting Trump’s attention
Washington Post
In a three-tweet salvo Sunday morning, Trump decried recent struggles with congressional Democrats to reach a deal that would legalize the status of millions of dreamers undocumented immigrants who were brought to this country as children. Border 
The top 7 stories to know going into the weekCNN 
Trump announces ‘NO MORE DACA DEAL’ in Easter Twitter rant attacking immigration laws
 
Venting on Immigration, Trump Vows ‘No More DACA Deal’ and Threatens NaftaNew York Times
Caravan Organizers Are Blaming The US For Migrants As Trump Lashes OutBuzzFeed News
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Trump complains about ‘dumb’ immigration lawsPolitico
 
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Wanted Man Killed By Tampa Police Following Chase, Gun Battle – Patch.com
 


Patch.com
Wanted Man Killed By Tampa Police Following Chase, Gun Battle
Patch.com
A 41-year-old man wanted for murder in Georgia has been killed after engaging in a chase and gun battle with Tampa Police officers. By D’Ann Lawrence White, Patch Staff | Apr 1, 2018 8:47 pm ET. 0. Wanted Man Killed By Tampa Police Following Chase, Gun and more »
Ruling-party candidate leads presidential race in Costa Rica that hinged on same-sex marriage – Washington Post
 


Washington Post
Ruling-party candidate leads presidential race in Costa Rica that hinged on same-sex marriage
Washington Post
Costa Rica’s ruling-party candidate, Carlos Alvarado Quesada, was on track to win an election for president Sunday night, overcoming a challenge by a socially conservative religious singer who ran on his opposition to same-sex marriage, according to 
Costa Rica elects young, center-left progressive by a surprisingly large marginBusiness Insider
Ruling party wins Costa Rican presidency with support for gay rightsNBCNews.com
Ruling party candidate wins Costa Rica presidency as voters reject pastor who opposed same-sex marriageChicago Tribune
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In Trump’s White House, flattery will get you anywhere – The Register-Guard
 


The Register-Guard
In Trump’s White House, flattery will get you anywhere
The Register-Guard
You can’t make this stuff up: President Trump has announced he will nominate a medical doctor who has no discernible management experience to run the second-largest agency in the federal government. Can presidents be sued for malpractice? The man Trump and more »
Spring storm hits Northeast, bringing NYC the most April snow in over 30 years – ABC News
 


ABC News
Spring storm hits Northeast, bringing NYC the most April snow in over 30 years
ABC News
It may be spring, but it feels like winter for the Northeast this morning as a snowstorm moves through Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey and New England. Interested in Weather? Add Weather as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Weather news 
Spring snowstorm makes a mess for commuters in the NortheastNBCNews.com
How Much Snow Will We Get? Northeast to Get Up to 6 Inches Before Two Days of RainNewsweek
Is it safe to drive in snow storm? Chances are you probably won’t dieNJ.com
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Dow drops 500 points as Amazon tumbles, trade war fears rise – CNNMoney
 


CNNMoney
Dow drops 500 points as Amazon tumbles, trade war fears rise
CNNMoney
The Dow dropped more than 500 points and the Nasdaq plunged about 3% on Monday. All three major indexes are now in the red for the year. The sell-off on the first day of the second quarter came after President Trump once again attacked Amazon on
Markets Now: Stocks Down Amid Trade-War FearsBarron’sall 13 news articles »
Technology Shares Plunge Again Amid Growing Backlash – Wall Street Journal
 


Wall Street Journal
Technology Shares Plunge Again Amid Growing Backlash
Wall Street Journal
Growing scrutiny around stalwart technology names has raised fears among investors of tighter regulations that could take aim at the most valuable commodity for many of the companiesusers’ data. Photo: damien meyer/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images and more »
The Gap Between Trump’s Tweets and Reality – The Atlantic
 


The Atlantic
The Gap Between Trump’s Tweets and Reality
The Atlantic
Subscribe to The Atlantic’s Politics & Policy Daily, a roundup of ideas and events in American politics. President Trump’s prolific comments on social media and elsewhere, along with his improvisatory approach, mean that while it’s easy to find his 
Pro-Business President Throws His Hair-Curler In Wall Street’s BathtubVanity Fair
As Wall Street sinks, Trump is his own worst enemyReuters
Trump’s latest unhinged tweetstorm is worse than it appearsWashington Post
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Dow drops 459 points as Amazon tumbles, trade war fears rise – CNNMoney
 


CNNMoney
Dow drops 459 points as Amazon tumbles, trade war fears rise
CNNMoney
The Dow closed down 459 points on Monday. The Nasdaq plunged almost 3% and dropped into the red for the year. Heavy selling in tech stocks left the Nasdaq just shy of correction territory, 10% below its all-time closing high. At one point, the Dow was 
Dow drops more than 400 points after being down 700 as trade-war fears intensifyLos Angeles Times
Stocks plunge as trade, tech worries drag prices down; Dow drops more than 450 pointsUSA TODAY
The US is set for a trade war with China’s economy you should know what it’s up againstBusiness Insider
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Stocks plunge as trade, tech worries drag prices down; Dow drops more than 450 points – USA TODAY
 


USA TODAY
Stocks plunge as trade, tech worries drag prices down; Dow drops more than 450 points
USA TODAY
The nine-year stretch of rising stock prices won’t last forever. So now’s a good time for investors to bear-proof their 401(k)s before the next financial storm. USA TODAY. AP FINANCIAL MARKETS WALL STREET F USA NY. Specialist Thomas McArdle, left 
A measure of stock-market panic is at its highest in 8 weeks as Wall Street’s downturn gathersMarketWatch
Markets Now: Bitcoin Stages a ComebackBarron’s
Stocks Lose Critical Buyer at Worst TimeBloomberg
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‘Stormy Effect’: Trump’s support falls with women, rises with men in new poll – The Hill
 


The Hill
‘Stormy Effect’: Trump’s support falls with women, rises with men in new poll
The Hill
President Trump · Donald John TrumpNew York Magazine cover depicts Trump as a pig GOP lawmaker: Republicans ‘would be well advised to get ready’ for Dem wave in midterms Tech giants brace for sweeping EU privacy law MORE’s support among women plunged 
Seth Rogen: Stormy Told Us All About Donald Trump During ‘Knocked Up’ ShootYahoo News
Stormy Daniels Told Seth Rogen About Alleged Affair With Trump Years Ago, Actor Tells EllenNewsweek
Seth Rogen says Stormy Daniels told him about Trump affair 10 years agoNew York Daily News
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As Wall Street sinks, Trump is his own worst enemy – Reuters
 


Reuters
As Wall Street sinks, Trump is his own worst enemy
Reuters
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – As far as the stock market is concerned, U.S. President Donald Trump is, right now, his own worst enemy. The president – who frequently touted Wall Street’s rally following his 2016 election victory – was partly blamed for a 
A guide to President Trump’s latest round of fact-challenged tweetsWashington Post
Trump Approval Index History – Rasmussen Reports®Rasmussen Reports
Daily Presidential Tracking PollRasmussen Reportsall 106 news articles »
Jill McCabe, wife of ex-FBI deputy director, calls Trump’s attacks a ‘nightmare’ – CNN
 


CNN
Jill McCabe, wife of ex-FBI deputy director, calls Trump’s attacks a ‘nightmare’
CNN
Washington (CNN) Jill McCabe on Monday called President Donald Trump’s attacks on her family, culminating in her husband’s firing, a “nightmare.” The wife of former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe called out the President for his public attacks 
Jill McCabe: The president attacked my reputation. It’s time to set the record straight.Washington Post
Jill McCabe breaks silence, says Trump’s attacks on her family ‘could not be further from the truth.’Politico
Jill McCabe, wife of fired FBI official Andrew McCabe, breaks silence on campaign moneyFox News
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