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Puerto Rico Research Hub” de UCF y las Grandes Ligas de Pelota Son Anfitriones del Segundo “Día de Pelota de Puerto Rico

El Puerto Rico Research Hub (Hub) de la Universidad de la Florida Central (UCF) será el anfitrión por segundo año del “Día del Béisbol de Puerto Rico” el sábado, 4 de marzo. El Hub está colaborando con Major League Baseball, UCF Athletics, UCF Baseball y UCF Global para realizar este evento. El mismo reconoce y…

Five things to know about Bad Bunny’s new album

Here are five things to know about Bad Bunny’s new album, including, placing Puerto Rico and his political stances at the heart of his music.

Famous Puerto Rican boxer finds support from Puerto Rican actress

Puerto Rican boxer Amanda Serrano will be the first women boxer to headline at Madison Square garden with the support of Rosie Perez by her side.

The Puerto Rican administration states that Puerto Rican mayors should resign

Puerto Rican Governor Pedro Pierluisi has recently stated that the mayors of Humacao and Aguas Buenas should resign amid their arrest for public corruption.

New wave of COVID-19 strikes Puerto Rico

Rates of COVID-19 begin to surge once again within Puerto Rico amid the recent lift on safety restrictions.

Illegal construction begins within Puerto Rican ecological reserve

An environmental crime has taken place in Puerto Rico. The initial beginnings of illegal construction was found within one of Puerto Rico’s mangrove forests.

Puerto Rican war hero to receive medal

The first Puerto Rican naval graduate, Frederick Riefkhol, will be receiving the Medal of Honor nearly 52 years after his death.

Puerto Rican lawmakers to join debate in restricting abortion

Many Puerto Rican lawmakers are joining the debate with conservative U.S. lawmakers in an attempt to restrict abortions on the island.

Pension changes to debt plan fail to pass

The Puerto Rican teachers association have stated that they failed prevent the changes to their pensions amid the debt restructuring plan.

Conservative Justice exposes colonialism in Puerto Rico

Amid the recent ruling in which Puerto Ricans are barred from receiving Supplemental Security Income, Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote that he wants expose the difference created by colonialism in Puerto Rico.

Businesses in Puerto Rico begin to sue Luma Energy

Amid the most recent blackout, four corporations in charge of food restaurants have begun to sue Luma Energy for their losses.

The Puerto Rican Day Parade returns

The Puerto Rican parade that goes through the heart of Orlando will be returning on April 23rd.