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  • Puerto Rico protesters stand up to vulgar texts, alleged corruption, and years of scandal

  • Puerto Rico is bracing for a massive protest Monday calling for Gov. Ricardo Rosselló’s resignation. Vulgar and misogynistic text messages from him spurred thousands of Puerto Ricans to demonstrate in the capital San Juan on Friday and Saturday, the Associated Press reported. There were smaller gatherings across the rest of the island, with the movement...
  • Scary injury forces boxer Maxim Dadashev into brain surgery

  • Russian boxer Maxim Dadashev had part of his skull removed during a two-hour brain surgery following a loss to Puerto Rico’s Subriel Matias on Friday, reports say. Dadashev, 28, was rushed to the University of Maryland Hospital in Prince George County after he was seen leaving the arena on a stretcher, according to ESPN. The...
  • Tulsi Gabbard joins protests in Puerto Rico for governor to resign

  • Democratic Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard flew to Puerto Rico Friday to join the thousands of protesters there who have demanded that Gov. Ricardo Rosselló step down, taking action on a chorus of calls from 2020 presidential contenders for the embattled governor's resignation.
  • Women in Puerto Rico know all too well why Rossello must resign

  • Sandra Guzmán writes that Governor Ricardo Rossello's leaked chats -- nearly 900 pages in all, published by Puerto Rico's Center for Investigative Journalism —show him, the leader of this country where women are living in crisis, calling women whores and encouraging violence against women elected officials. This is the tipping point for many islanders but especially for the women.

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