After the Storm
The Rebirth of One Puerto Rican Bar After Hurricane Maria
This Bartender’s Drinks are Worth a Trip to Puerto Rico
Trump ‘Very Bitter and Sensitive’ About Puerto Rico
As the island faces a new round of crises, the president has tripled down on blaming others—and Democratic lawmakers investigating the hurricane response say they’re being blocked.
YOU LOVELY ISLAND
Move Over, Iowa. 2020 Dems Are Flocking to Puerto Rico
The Trump administration’s drastic mishandling of a devastating hurricane and a renewed focus on the island’s political importance has led to a veritable pilgrimage.
Inside the Battle to Save Abortion Rights in Puerto Rico
Providers on the island say access has been hindered by Hurricane Maria and threatened by legislation.
NOT SO FAST
The Improbable Key to Florida Republicans’ Success
Trump and national Republicans may be bad, but Florida Republicans support Puerto Rican statehood—and it’s why they’re competitive with their Democratic foes.
A Storm of Red Tape and Neglect Followed Hurricane Maria
When Puerto Ricans hear Trump — the president of their country — praise relief efforts on the island as an “unsung success,” their reaction is bitter beyond the bounds of irony.
Will 2020 Voters Care That Trump’s a Horrible Human Being?
Those repeated tweets about Democrats inflating the Puerto Rico death toll are perfect evidence, but not enough Americans see—or care—that he’s a total thug. That has to change.
San Juan’s Iconic Neighborhood Defies Trump
Battered by disasters natural and man-made, this ebullient Puerto Rico area refuses to give up or give in.