The Puerto Rico crisis: What's next – Politico

PoliticoThe Puerto Rico crisis: What's nextPoliticoLast month, Puerto Rico's governor announced that his island's debt is 'unpayable,' angering creditors and setting off a renewed push on Capitol Hill to allow Puerto Rico's municipalities to seek Chapter 9 bankruptcy, a financial move available to U.S …Puerto Rico can't pay its debt, and the United States is partly to blameWashington Post (blog)all 160 news articles »

Puerto Rico's Debt Woes Are Conundrum for GOP – Wall Street Journal

Wall Street JournalPuerto Rico's Debt Woes Are Conundrum for GOPWall Street JournalFor now, the focus is on legislation introduced in the House that would grant the island's authorities the power to use chapter 9 of the U.S. Bankruptcy code to restructure their huge debt loads. The option is available to municipalities in the 50 …Puerto Rico: The Other Debt CrisisVoice of Americaall 140 news articles »

Jeb Bush's income soared after he left office as governor of Florida – Miami Herald

Miami HeraldJeb Bush's income soared after he left office as governor of FloridaMiami HeraldAfter leaving the governor's office in 2007, Bush joined the boards of several corporations, including Tenet Healthcare, which supported the Affordable Care Act. Though Bush often criticizes that law, he earned millions of dollars from Tenet. He added …and more »…