Puerto Rico Report provides comprehensive coverage of news about Puerto Rico’s status, including both breaking news on relevant events in Puerto Rico and on the U.S. mainland, and discussion of legal, historical, and educational issues related to Puerto Rico’s status.
There are other websites that often include information on the subject, but which have a broader focus or a less balanced approach. Sometimes that might be exactly what you want.
Here are some online resources that might interest you if you are concerned about the political status of Puerto Rico:
- Caribbean Business/ Puerto Rico offers stories about business, including information about Puerto Rico’s status that may affect business. Some recent relevant stories include U.S. Supreme Court To Hold Hearing In March Over Puerto Rico’s Bankruptcy Law, Bernier Makes Official his Candidacy for Governor for the PDP Ticket and Promotes a Sovereignty Agenda, and Light Shed Again On Puerto Rico’s Energy Woes At Latest Congressional Hearing.
- The Hill, which includes Congress’s blog, has posts on Puerto Rico whenever Congress is dealing with issues related to the territory. Writers hold a wide range of viewpoints and often speak out passionately for one point of view or another. Pieces at The Hill are often written by important leaders in the political community.
- Latin Post presents stories about everything from sleep disorders in Hispanic communities to Latino celebrities, and sometimes that includes Puerto Rico news and politics. Their focus means that they often cover Puerto Rico news and events more thoroughly than the average English-language media outlet.
- Puerto Rico 51st favors statehood, but often presents news and analysis of political events and issues. You’ll also find there a series on how other former territories of the U.S. became states, including the details of the Tennessee Plan.
- The Huffington Post covers about everything under the sun, but includes the question of Puerto Rico’s status more often than most general news outlets. Generally speaking, their articles on the subject seem to favor the status quo, if only because they consider statehood a hopeless quest.
- Latino Rebels rounds out the collection with a pro-independence position in their coverage of Puerto Rico. This site makes news entertaining, and often shares information and opinions on Puerto Rico.
Did we leave out your favorite? Let us know in the comments!