Climate change has set off a "bugpocalypse" across the globe. Activists warn it should be a wake-up call for all of us.
Political and media elites from both major parties may now consider Trump a threat, but their reasons and potential fixes are in line with their own interests.
Gov. Ricardo Rossello reacts by saying a political feud with San Juan's mayor shouldn't be the basis of Trump's stance on the issue.
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.
In a wild morning tweet, the president accuses Democrats of issuing a phony number to make him look bad.
Assuring the country that Americans' safety is his top priority, the president calls the government's actions in Puerto Rico, where 2,975 people died in last year's storm, "incredibly successful."
Although Hurricane Maria's death toll in Puerto Rico rivals that of the 9/11 attacks, the response to the two events has been dramatically different.
Findings of an independent study ordered by the U.S. territory's government are a sharp contrast to the hurricane's official death toll of 64 and about double the interim estimate of 1,400.
Since April, at least 69 people have been appointed or transferred to political jobs within the administration with little or no fanfare. A ProPublica investigation reveals who some of them are.