All posts by Center for Investigative Journalism
‘THE HOSPITAL IS NOT READY’
A healthcare worker fears losing his job for speaking out amid spread of COVID-19
- Posted April 1, 2020
Data Mismatch Prevents Knowing If There are Enough Ventilators and Isolation Beds for COVID-19 Patients
Government officials give different numbers every time they are asked
- Posted April 1, 2020
Thousands could die from COVID-19 in Puerto Rico
Nobody wants to say it openly
- Posted March 25, 2020
Puerto Rico Faces a New Crisis Lacking Public Infrastructure Investment
A decades-long problem
- Posted March 20, 2020
SEC Sues Investor Who Managed Puerto Rico Funds for Multimillion-Dollar Fraud
SEC Halts Fraudulent Offering by Florida Investment Adviser
- Posted March 10, 2020
Puerto Rico’s Special Prosecutor finds more possible severe crimes by Telegram chat members Sánchez and Miranda
The panel of independent prosecutors refused to use the Telegram chat as evidence in its initial investigation, but rather relied on sworn statements for its preliminary evaluation.
- Posted February 27, 2020
Twice Without a Roof: Government Inefficiency Worsens Effects of Hurricanes and Earthquakes in Puerto Rico
The trauma of losing a home has repeated itself over the past three years for many families: first because of Hurricane María, and then due to the earthquakes. They have learned a lesson. Government help has seldom...
- Posted February 25, 2020
Former HUD Deputy Secretary Works at Firm Commissioned for Puerto Rico’s Recovery Efforts
Pamela H. Patenaude helped lock down a record amount of recovery funds for the Island. After her resignation from the U.S. Department of Housing, she went to work with the firm IEM, which obtained a multi-million-dollar contract...
- Posted February 12, 2020
Puerto Rico Justice Dept. asks for Special Independent Prosecutor for Telegram chat members
The referral was sent to the Office of the Special Independent Prosecutor Panel on Friday to investigate whether Ricardo Rosselló-Nevares and 13 of his closest collaborators committed crimes.
- Posted January 12, 2020
Mitigation Plans for Coastal Municipalities Do Not Include Dealing with Sargassum
Represents growing health, economic concerns
- Posted September 25, 2019