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Latest Puerto Rico Items
Livan Hernandez, now the target of a federal money-laundering investigation, is suspected of being a "straw buyer" for the leader of Puerto Rico's most powerful drug trafficking organization, according to a high-ranking law enforcement source.
Noise never sleeps in the city. Streets are choked with vehicles that produce a near constant din of rumbling engines. Parks are often full of chattering crowds on sunny days.
Cuban music icon Pablo Milanes is finally coming to Miami, a South Florida concert organizer announced Thursday.
Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor says she received nearly $1.2 million to write a memoir of her rise from a South Bronx housing project to the nation's highest court.
Fifty-six law enforcement officers were feloniously killed in 2010 in the line of duty in the United States, more than the 48 officers slain in 2009, according to preliminary statistics released Monday by the FBI.
Robert Traylor, the former NBA and University of Michigan big man nicknamed "Tractor" because of his hulking frame, has died. He was 34.
A celebrity-enhanced ACLU delegation criticized Puerto Rico's government Tuesday for using police to keep the island's main university system open during a strike over a new fee, with members saying they found clear evidence in which officers abused students during the protests.
Emilio "Millito" Navarro, believed to be the oldest living professional baseball player, died Saturday in his Caribbean homeland of Puerto Rico. He was 105.
A man suspected of leaving a pipe bomb and two propane tanks at a Denver-area shopping mall was arrested Tuesday after being spotted drinking coffee at a supermarket about 30 miles away, authorities said.