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Volume 9, Number 01

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Rossello Looks To The Senate

Party Politics in Puerto Rico: Does it serve the Voters Well?
Rossello Will Take Senate Seat...
Rossello Will Take Senate Seat, Try For Presidency… Toledo Nominated For Police Superintendent… Bhatia To Head PRFAA… Fortuño Sworn In As Resident Commissioner
Loubriel Resigns From Senate...
Loubriel Resigns From Senate, Opens Door For Rossello, Acevedo Offers Vague Response… 6 Young Leaders Nominated For Cabinet Posts… Fortuño Visits White House… Soldier Killed In Afghanistan… $100m SJ Library Proposed
Anibal Acevedo Vila Inaugurated As New Governor…
Anibal Acevedo Vila Inaugurated As New Governor, He Calls For Unity And A Crack Down On Crime…Fortuño’s Priority Is To Replace Federal Incentives, Rumors Of Senate Seat For Rossello Dismissed…New Legislators Are Sworn In…$400k Stolen From Casino Vault…Stray Bullets Mar Festivities…"Latin Hop"…Call Me María…Puerto Rico's Challenge

 Also in this edition...

  Puerto Rico Sports Beat
Carlos Beltrán; Quo Vadis?….And Here And Now
  Sights, Sounds And Tastes Of Puerto Rico
Ringing In The New Year, Boricua Style
  Washington Update

Status Quo Defender To Head Puerto Rico Offices In The States… Democrat Crosses Aisle For Swearing-in Of New Resident Commissioner… Ex-Senator Active On Puerto Rico Issues Named To Bush Tax Panel… Hispanic Leaders Rebuke Puerto Rican Seeking Democratic Party Post

  Island Politics

Resident Commissioner Will Work To Improve Puerto Rico’s Image In Congress, Is Ready To Push For Non-Territorial Status Change And Chides PRFAA’s Direction: Puerto Rico Herald Interview With Luis Fortuño, Part Two Of Two

Death Of A Hero Killed On Patrol In Afghanistan

What's Your "Exit Plan", Mr. Acevedo Vila?

   The Local Scene

Calderón’s Mixed Legacy

  Culture • Heritage • Language
Latinos Mark New Year With Grapes, Tango

Offering Lessons In Spanish Proves Beneficial

DJ Uses Radio Gig To Connect Hispanics


The Ultimate

   Sports & Entertainment

Galindo Comes Through… Finds Hard Work Will Impress Coach

A Taste Of Home


Doing The Right Thing… Gay Teen Activist Gains Accolades For Inspiring Peers

Top 25 - A Look At The Most Outstanding Latinos Of The Last Year, As Well As Whose Stars Are Rising, And Who Has Fallen Off The Map
  Puerto Rico Profiles
Pastor Fulfills Dream In Steel & Concrete

Navy Must Refute Embarrassing E-Mails

  Congress and the President

Bush Got Fewer Latino Votes Than Estimated Exit Polls Skewed Early Figures

  Business • Economics • Finance

Economic Year In Review 2004: Sluggish Growth & Plenty Of Politics

Enough With The Rhetoric–Puerto Rico Needs Action

P.R.’s FY ’04 Imports Register $5.1b Increase, Highest In A Decade But Worst Year For Exports, $95.1m Decrease

The Fight For Equality In Medicare Topped Health Industry Concerns In ’04

Fast-Rising Oil Prices Led Energy News In FY 2004

Security A Major Concern For Technology Sector In 2004

Caribbean Attitudes Optimistic

Fashioning Puerto Rico Into An Island Of Style… Winter Fashion Turns To Latin Sources

Latinos Nurture Ethnic Pride

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