Friday Sep 12
American Future Fund Goes to the Islands
A politically active nonprofit that spent more than $25 million on ads to help Republicans in the 2012 elections has stepped into a messy dispute between the government of Puerto Rico and a bank that claims the commonwealth owes it money - not something that fits neatly with the group's activities in previous election cycles. Doral Financial Corp., which has had financial and regulatory woes in recent years, sued the Puerto Rican government in June for voiding a 2012 agreement to pay the company nearly $230 million.
Guam Governor Sells Trust to Puerto Rico Buyers: Five Questions
Guam Governor Eddie Calvo says he hopes that citizens of the Pacific island will re-elect him in November.
Puerto Rico govt seeks to lure wealthy investors
Puerto Rico hopes to persuade wealthy investors to bet on the U.S. territory at a two-day conference aimed at attracting new money amid the island's struggles to recover from a nearly eight-year recession.
Puerto Rico Top Cop Unexpectedly Resigns
The strategic post of chief of the Puerto Rico Police Department again became a problem for the government when James Tuller Cintron resigned Tuesday after just four months on the job.
New Mexico Governor to Unveil GOP Candidates Plan
New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez is set to unveil a plan aimed at electing "75 diverse candidates" and 150 women to office as Republicans.