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Family and friends of former boxing champion Hector 'Macho' Camacho kept a somber vigil Friday at the hospital in Puerto Rico where he remains on life support.
A slim majority of Puerto Ricans sought to change their ties with the United States and become the 51st U.S. state in a nonbinding referendum that would require final approval from Congress.
Puerto Rico's governor has signed another package of tax breaks aimed at luring more Hollywood film crews to the Caribbean island.
Flush from two Southern victories, Rick Santorum held up his successes as proof that GOP front-runner Mitt Romney is a "fundamentally flawed" candidate. Romney chugged along raising and spending money for his effort to wrap up the nomination race as it spreads to far-flung contests in Puerto Rico, Illinois, Louisiana and beyond.
If JPMorgan Chase can't do well, investors worry that other banks may do even worse/
The governor of Puerto Rico has signed a bill that will outlaw the use of cellphones while driving unless a handsfree device is used.
The Puerto Rico Police Department engaged in a "pattern and practice of misconduct" that included the use of excessive and deadly force and unconstitutional stops, searches and arrests, a three-year Justice Department investigation has concluded.
A three-year Justice Department investigation says the Puerto Rico Police Department engaged in a "pattern and practice of misconduct" that violated the Constitution and federal law, including the use of unnecessarily excessive and deadly force and unconstitutional stops, searches and arrests.
Physicians are threatening to stop serving nearly a million Puerto Ricans as a result of a dispute between the island's government and an insurance company over reimbursements for treating poor people.
Dallas Mavericks point guard Jose Juan Barea arrived in his native Puerto Rico on Wednesday to a hero's welcome that included a two-hour caravan under a blistering sun.
President Obama is making a rare presidential visit to Puerto Rico, the U.S. island territory, with a firm eye on Puerto Ricans back on the mainland who could help him win at least one key state during his re-election campaign next year.
The lights went out on the Republican renaissance when the Arizona Legislature criminalized the presence of illegal immigrants in their state. Or, at least that is popular wisdom.
Puerto Rico's once-tranquil heartland has become a new refuge for drug gangs flushed out of the big cities, local officials say, prompting Gov. Luis Fortuno to deploy National Guard troops to help police restore the peace.
"The life of Macho Camacho, like other great athletes of ours, united the country," he said. "We celebrated his triumphs in the streets and we applauded him with noble sportsmanship when he didn't prevail."
Gov. Luis Fortuno said he lamented what he called a sudden loss.