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2023 in the US territories, in context

What a year. Amidst a turbulent year, we were proud to cover the United States unincorporated...

Google Trends in the territories: 2023 in review

As 2023 comes to an end, we took a look at the top and rising Google Trends from the US...

Puerto Rico Status Act introduced in the US Senate

Senator Martin Heinrich (D) of New Mexico introduced the Puerto Rico Status Act (PRSA) on November...
US Department of the Interior announces nearly $7 million to advance climate resilience and restoration in US territories

US Department of the Interior announces nearly $7 million to advance climate resilience and restoration in US territories

The United States Department of the Interior announced nearly $7 million from President Biden’s Investing in America agenda to advance climate resilience and restore lands and waters through impactful ecosystem restoration work in the US territories.   A $3.9...

#TBT: January 25, 2024

#TBT: January 25, 2024

On January 25, 1849, there was a 7.5 magnitude earthquake that damaged churches and government buildings in Guam. It prompted tsunami waves in the Caroline Islands, which compelled numerous Carolinians to voyage to Guam, as the ones pictured here in Tamuning.

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