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Nuclear Advocates Set Sights on Advanced Reactors for Puerto Rico - Morning Consult
It may be getting harder for Puerto Rico's national forest to recover from storms - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Economists including Stiglitz recommend up to 73% Puerto Rico debt write-down - MarketWatch
Exhibitors see steady sales at the second edition of Puerto Rico's MECA art fair - Art Newspaper
Thousands Of Cruise Passengers Stranded In Puerto Rico - CBS Miami
Scientists work to save wild Puerto Rican parrot after Maria - Fox News
Mechanical issue strands thousands of cruise passengers in Puerto Rico - WFTV Orlando
Scientists work to save wild Puerto Rican parrot after Maria - Washington Post
Puerto Rico's $300-an-Hour Demographer Catches Heat From Bondholders - Bloomberg
Man accused in Reading homicide suspected to be in Puerto Rico - WFMZ Allentown
Scientists Fight For Puerto Rican Parrot - Bloomberg
Mysterious egg on ocean floor was actually a catshark, and it was moving, NOAA says - Charlotte Observer
Park Rapids to Puerto Rico: Volunteers return from mission trip - Park Rapids Enterprise
Despite national push, Puerto Rican voter turnout in Florida lagged other groups, early data suggests - Orlando Sentinel
Relationship blossoms between Naples Botanical Garden, Puerto Rican arboretum hit by Maria - Naples Daily News
Puerto Rico Pledges to Go All-Renewable by 2050 - Scientific ... - Scientific American
Puerto Rico's COFINA bond restructuring cleared for vote by creditors - Pensions & Investments
News - Baby shark spotted inside egg case in Puerto Rico - The ... - The Weather Network
Baby shark spotted inside egg case in Puerto Rico - The Weather Network
Deep-sea survey around Puerto Rico yields potential scientific discoveries - KVAL
Puerto Ricans helped decide Florida's election -- just not the way most thought it would - WFTV Orlando
I'm growing up in Hurricane Maria's aftermath. Here's what the world can learn from youth resilience - CNN
Activists in Caguas, Puerto Rico, Fight for Vital Living Spaces - Truthout
Scientists work to save wild Puerto Rican parrot after Hurricane Maria - Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette
Photos: Scientists work to save wild Puerto Rican parrot after Maria - Lompoc Record
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Nuclear Advocates Set Sights on Advanced Reactors for Puerto Rico - Morning Consult


Morning Consult

Nuclear Advocates Set Sights on Advanced Reactors for Puerto Rico
Morning Consult
“We were in Puerto Rico for four days, and we were able to take the conversation from, 'You guys are nuts,'” to somethingPuerto Ricans would consider if it would lower their energy bills, said Jesabel Rivera, the nonprofit's community impact and ...

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It may be getting harder for Puerto Rico's national forest to recover from storms - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

It may be getting harder for Puerto Rico's national forest to recover from storms
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Grizelle González has worked in El Yunque National Forest in eastern Puerto Rico for 26 years. The U.S. Forest Service ecologist did research there as an undergraduate, then as a graduate student, and now heads the long-term research project in the ...

Economists including Stiglitz recommend up to 73% Puerto Rico debt write-down - MarketWatch


Economists including Stiglitz recommend up to 73% Puerto Rico debt write-down
MarketWatch
Nobel Prize winning economist Joseph Stiglitz says Puerto Rico's current debt position is “unsustainable” and has an idea how much debt relief is necessary to restore sustainability, in a new study with Columbia University colleague Martin M. Guzman ...

Exhibitors see steady sales at the second edition of Puerto Rico's MECA art fair - Art Newspaper


Art Newspaper

Exhibitors see steady sales at the second edition of Puerto Rico's MECA art fair
Art Newspaper
After launching its inaugural edition in June 2017, MECA International Art Fair returned to San Juan, Puerto Rico, this past weekend (16-19 November). When it started, the US territory had just filed for bankruptcy to alleviate its $123bn debt burden...

Thousands Of Cruise Passengers Stranded In Puerto Rico - CBS Miami


CBS Miami

Thousands Of Cruise Passengers Stranded In Puerto Rico
CBS Miami
The ship, which left Miami on Friday, arrived in San Juan, Puerto Rico on Sunday. Just three days into it's 10-day itinerary, which included stops in Barbados, St. Kitts and St. Lucia, passengers were alerted that the remainder of the cruise had been...
Mechanical issue strands thousands of cruise passengers in Puerto RicoWFTV Orlando
Norwegian cruise ship's mechanical issues strand thousands of passengers in Puerto RicoSun Sentinel
Thanksgiving cruise comes to abrupt stopWPBF West Palm Beach

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Scientists work to save wild Puerto Rican parrot after Maria - Fox News


Fox News

Scientists work to save wild Puerto Rican parrot after Maria
Fox News
EL YUNQUE, Puerto Rico – Biologists are trying to save the last of the endangered Puerto Rican parrots after more than half the population of the bright green birds with turquoise-tipped wings disappeared when Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Ricoand ...

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Mechanical issue strands thousands of cruise passengers in Puerto Rico - WFTV Orlando


WFTV Orlando

Mechanical issue strands thousands of cruise passengers in Puerto Rico
WFTV Orlando
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - Thousands of passengers were stranded in Puerto Rico on Monday instead of continuing a 10-day cruise aboard Norwegian Cruise Line's Jade ship. The cruise, which departed from Miami, was supposed to include stops in Puerto ... 
Thousands Of Cruise Passengers Stranded In Puerto RicoCBS Miami
 
Norwegian cruise ship's mechanical issues strand thousands of passengers in Puerto RicoSun Sentinel 
NCL Cruise Ship Suffers Mechanical Trouble, Flies Passengers Home EarlyCBS Miami
Norwegian Jade Delayed in Puerto RicoTravel Market Report
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Scientists work to save wild Puerto Rican parrot after Maria - Washington Post


Washington Post

Scientists work to save wild Puerto Rican parrot after Maria
Washington Post
EL YUNQUE, Puerto Rico — Biologists are trying to save the last of the endangered Puerto Rican parrots after more than half the population of the bright green birds with turquoise-tipped wings disappeared when Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Ricoand ...

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Puerto Rico's $300-an-Hour Demographer Catches Heat From Bondholders - Bloomberg


Bloomberg

Puerto Rico's $300-an-Hour Demographer Catches Heat From Bondholders
Bloomberg
Some of the most contentious numbers in Puerto Rico's bankruptcy are population projections: How many taxpayers will be living on the island 10, 20, or 50 years from now? Any attempt to gauge the commonwealth's fiscal prospects—and hence its ability ...



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Man accused in Reading homicide suspected to be in Puerto Rico - WFMZ Allentown


WFMZ Allentown

Man accused in Reading homicide suspected to be in Puerto Rico
WFMZ Allentown
READING, Pa. - The man accused in a deadly Reading shooting is suspected to be at a location in Puerto Rico. Police said Joaquin Ortiz-Ayala is not in custody. Officials originally indicated that Ortiz-Ayala had been arrested in Puerto Rico. He's ...

Scientists Fight For Puerto Rican Parrot - Bloomberg


Bloomberg

Scientists Fight For Puerto Rican Parrot
Bloomberg
Scientists are fighting to save Puerto Rico's only remaining native parrot after Hurricane Maria destroyed their habitat (Source: Bloomberg). More From TicToc · 00:38. Extreme Thanksgiving Weather · 00:44. Millie Bobby Brown Named Youngest-Ever UNICEF ...

Mysterious egg on ocean floor was actually a catshark, and it was moving, NOAA says - Charlotte Observer


Maritime Herald

Mysterious egg on ocean floor was actually a catshark, and it was moving, NOAA says
Charlotte Observer
A mysterious “translucent egg case” found last week off an uninhabited island near Puerto Rico has been identified by NOAA explorers as something few scientists had seen. “Upon zooming in on this egg case,” says a NOAA mission report, “we were able to ...
Discovered a 'Psychedelic' Jellyfish on an Expedition in the Waters of Puerto RicoMaritime Herald

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Park Rapids to Puerto Rico: Volunteers return from mission trip - Park Rapids Enterprise


Park Rapids Enterprise

Park Rapids to Puerto Rico: Volunteers return from mission trip
Park Rapids Enterprise
Three dozen volunteers from the Park Rapids and Fargo-Moorhead area have returned from a life-changing mission trip toPuerto Rico. One year after the island suffered a disaster at the hands of Hurricane Maria, there are still thousands in need of help.

Despite national push, Puerto Rican voter turnout in Florida lagged other groups, early data suggests - Orlando Sentinel


Orlando Sentinel

Despite national push, Puerto Rican voter turnout in Florida lagged other groups, early data suggests
Orlando Sentinel
Ahead of the election, national and local Puerto Rican groups hosted registration drives, knocked on doors, launched ads and coordinated rallies throughout the state of Florida — all designed to get most of Florida's 208,000 registered Puerto Rican ...
Despite national push, Puerto Rican voter turnout in Florida lagged other groups, early figures suggestFinger Lakes Times

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Relationship blossoms between Naples Botanical Garden, Puerto Rican arboretum hit by Maria - Naples Daily News


Naples Daily News

Relationship blossoms between Naples Botanical Garden, Puerto Rican arboretum hit by Maria
Naples Daily News
In a shade structure — built from cinder blocks, scrap wood and hog wire in a corner of the Naples Botanical Garden — a friendship between two parks separated by an ocean and more than 1,000 miles is blossoming. Here, nestled somewhere between ...

Puerto Rico Pledges to Go All-Renewable by 2050 - Scientific ... - Scientific American


Scientific American

Puerto Rico Pledges to Go All-Renewable by 2050 - Scientific ...
Scientific American
Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the ...

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Scientific American
Puerto Rico has ambitious plans to transform its hurricane-battered electric grid to rely entirely on renewable energy by 2050. The move is part of a multimillion-dollar program to reduce the U.S. territory's carbon footprint and make it more climate ...
Puerto Rican Officials Announce Most Ambitious Carbon Reduction Plan of Any US State GovernmentEnergy Manager Today

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Puerto Rico's COFINA bond restructuring cleared for vote by creditors - Pensions & Investments


Pensions & Investments

Puerto Rico's COFINA bond restructuring cleared for vote by creditors
Pensions & Investments
Bondholders of debt issued by Puerto Rico's Sales Tax Financing Corp., known as COFINA, were cleared Tuesday by the court overseeing Puerto Rico's bankruptcy to vote on a restructuring agreement. The court was given jurisdiction under Title III of the ...

News - Baby shark spotted inside egg case in Puerto Rico - The ... - The Weather Network


The Weather Network

News - Baby shark spotted inside egg case in Puerto Rico - The ... 
The Weather Network 
Wednesday, November 21, 2018, 3:05 PM -
 
A remote-operated deep sea research vessel has captured images of a live embryo suspected to be a catshark moving inside an egg case west of Puerto Rico's  Desecheo Island on November 15, the National  ...

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Baby shark spotted inside egg case in Puerto Rico - The Weather Network


Maritime Herald

Baby shark spotted inside egg case in Puerto Rico
The Weather Network
Wednesday, November 21, 2018, 3:05 PM - A remote-operated deep sea research vessel has captured images of a live embryo suspected to be a catshark moving inside an egg case west of Puerto Rico's Desecheo Island on November 15, the National ...
Mysterious egg on ocean floor was actually a catshark, and it was moving, NOAA saysCharlotte Observer
Discovered a 'Psychedelic' Jellyfish on an Expedition in the Waters of Puerto RicoMaritime Herald

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Deep-sea survey around Puerto Rico yields potential scientific discoveries - KVAL


KVAL

Deep-sea survey around Puerto Rico yields potential scientific discoveries
KVAL
These were among the hundreds of findings reported by U.S. scientists who have wrapped up a 22-day mission exploring waters around Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands in the deepest dives ever recorded in the region. Guided by other land-based ...

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Puerto Ricans helped decide Florida's election -- just not the way most thought it would - WFTV Orlando


WFTV Orlando

Puerto Ricans helped decide Florida's election -- just not the way most thought it would
WFTV Orlando
CENTRAL FLORIDA - New numbers show Central Florida's Puerto Rican voters made a big difference in the November midterms – but not the way many people thought. There are few areas that have grown in Puerto Rican population as much as Orange ...

I'm growing up in Hurricane Maria's aftermath. Here's what the world can learn from youth resilience - CNN


CNN

I'm growing up in Hurricane Maria's aftermath. Here's what the world can learn from youth resilience
CNN
Over a year ago now, Hurricane Maria tore through Puerto Rico, ripping away homes and leaving residents with little food, water and power. As youth enduring this disaster, my friends and I were living a new life that no one prepared us for: one of ...

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Activists in Caguas, Puerto Rico, Fight for Vital Living Spaces - Truthout


Truthout

Activists in Caguas, Puerto Rico, Fight for Vital Living Spaces
Truthout
The main thoroughfare in Caguas, Puerto Rico, a city of nearly 150,000 people, remains desolate for hours at a time. Its buildings, ranging from pale pinks to bright orange and lime green, appear vacant. Many of the storefronts have boarded windows as ...

Scientists work to save wild Puerto Rican parrot after Hurricane Maria - Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette


Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette

Scientists work to save wild Puerto Rican parrot after Hurricane Maria
Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette
EL YUNQUE, Puerto Rico (AP) — Biologists are trying to save the last of the endangered Puerto Rican parrots after more than half the population of the bright green birds with turquoise-tipped wings disappeared when Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico and ...

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Photos: Scientists work to save wild Puerto Rican parrot after Maria - Lompoc Record


Lompoc Record

Photos: Scientists work to save wild Puerto Rican parrot after Maria
Lompoc Record
EL YUNQUE, Puerto Rico (AP) — Biologists are trying to save the last of the endangered Puerto Rican parrots after more than half the population of the bright green birds with turquoise-tipped wings disappeared when Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico and ...

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