Military disregards dangers to sacred areas in their move to Guam
The US military prepares to move 5,000 marines from Okinawa, Japan to Guam; however, they are receiving backlash from Guam residents due to the possible endangerment of several species and deforestation.
President Biden announces aid for Puerto Rico to help avoid impacts of another natural disaster
President Biden announces $60 million in federal funding to help build a new flood system for Puerto Rico. The President visited the US territory this week.
Man in St. Croix is arrested for shooting death in April
Steven Moore was arrested by the United States Virgin Islands Police Department after evidence shows he shot a man in April. The police originally believed this was a suicide, but they soon suspected foul play.
Ericsson partners with American Samoa to provide a high-speed network connection to the region
Residents in American Samoa can expect 5G internet and high-speed connections after Ericcson partners with Bluesky, a service provider for the region, in efforts to modernize the territory’s network.
Northern Mariana Islands sports team faces backlash after upset in a game against China
The Northern Mariana Islands soccer team faced China in a match to qualify for the under-17s Asian Cup, and the US territory ended up losing 11-0. After receiving backlash over the internet for the disappointing loss, the coach made a statement on the event, suggesting it was an unfair match-up.