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Puerto Rico's Governor Seeks To Delay Debt Payments

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Facing Massive Debt, Puerto Ricans Warned Belt Tightening Will Be Needed

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People gathered near the White House on Friday evening to see it lit in rainbow colors as a commemoration of the Supreme Court's ruling to legalize same-sex marriage. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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For Same-Sex Marriage Opponents, The Fight Is Far From Over

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Univision Cancels Miss USA Over Donald Trump's Mexico Comments

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Marco Rubio speaks to supporters in West Miami in 2010 before declaring his candidacy in the U.S. Senate. Lynne Sladky/AP hide caption

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Sights Set On The White House, But It Started In West Miami

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A poor economy and nine years of recession have caused many to leave Puerto Rico. Margalit Francus/Flickr hide caption

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Broke And Barred From Bankruptcy, Puerto Rico Seeks Outside Cash

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Florida Lawmakers Convene Special Session To Wrangle Budget Issues

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The National Hurricane Center introduced a new storm surge forecast map this year. This map, centered on New Orleans, is a prototype. NOAA hide caption

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10 Years Since Katrina: A Look Back At The Busiest Hurricane Season

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Soccer Indictments Outline Schemes Involving Sports Marketing Firms

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Elena Biamon holds coffee berries grown on her farm near Jayuya, a town in Puerto Rico's mountainous interior. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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Puerto Rico Wants To Grow Your Next Cup Of Specialty Coffee

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In his long career, 76-year-old Uruguayan violinist Federico Britos has played with many of the top jazz artists in the U.S. and Latin America. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Violinist Federico Britos Returns To The Hot Club

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PREPA's Central Palo Seco power station in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The utility's bondholders want to raise rates. That's a challenge when the median income is about half that of Mississippi, yet the U.S. territory's energy costs are among the highest in the nation. Alvin Baez-Hernandez/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Power Problems: Puerto Rico's Electric Utility Faces Crippling Debt

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Dalma Cartagena teaches a class on agricultural science to elementary-school students in Orocovis, Puerto Rico. "I'm preparing them to make good decisions when it comes to the environment and healthy foods," she says. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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Puerto Rico Is Sowing A New Generation Of Small Farmers

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