Thanks to two obscure laws, those with the means to live there for half the year can skip out on taxes while the island struggles to rebuild after Hurricane Maria.
Often living paycheck to paycheck, these workers are risking everything to no longer be subjected to unwanted sexual propositions.
Hillary Clinton and Helen Keller are among those who could be dropped from mention so that students can spend more time focusing on such subjects as the free enterprise system.
Supporters of Botham Shem Jean denounce a search of his apartment, saying authorities are seeking to damage the victim’s reputation and place blame on him.
Canada is set to legalize marijuana in October, but the U.S. plans to treat those with ties to the industry as drug traffickers.
A federal court-ordered deadline to reunite families has come and gone, yet thousands of minors remain in custody.
Prisoners at facilities across the Carolinas will be forced to stay put as the states evacuate their coastlines.
It’s not just first responders who were harmed by fumes from the lower Manhattan attack, but workers, students and area residents.