Following the passage of similar measures in Chicago and Seattle, Miami Beach Commissioner Kristen Rosen Gonzalez wants the city to consider an ordinance that would require hotels to provide workers with panic buttons to report sexual harassment or assault.
Gov. Ricardo Rosselló will begin a final lobbying push in Washington on Wednesday in the hopes of convincing GOP leaders to exclude Puerto Rico from a provision in the tax bill that he says could cripple the island’s manufacturing sector.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions called for an end to chain migration, also known as family-based migration, and for more merit-based immigration like in Canada and Australia, echoing previous calls by President Donald Trump.
Women in the Florida Senate and female lobbyists say they’re experiencing a chilling work environment as part of the fallout from public allegations of sexual harassment against a powerful male colleague.
Coastal managers are enlisting people with cell phones to photograph impacts of “king tides.” The floods caused by these unusually high tides help people visualize impacts of climate change, including expected sea-level rise.
Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernández Rundle pledged a grand jury inquiry into the brutality and misconduct documented in Fight Club, a Miami Herald investigation of the Florida juvenile justice system.
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro has announced plans to launch a national crypto-currency to circumvent U.S. sanctions. Lawmakers and experts in Washington see the proposal as a sign the regime is growing desperate.
A whistleblower says Michael Flynn was deeply involved in a joint plan between his business partners and Russia to build nuclear power plants in the Middle East, even as he was about to become White House national security adviser under President Trump.
Commander of Colombia’s armed forces left precipitously one week ago, right around the time the U.S. was reviewing whether he should have a visa to this country. The general has been named in numerous court proceedings involving extrajudicial killings.