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Visitors need only drive into the box canyon with its red and white cliffs, topped by a crown of jagged blue peaks, marvel at its unsurpassed beauty, retrieve their jaw from the valley floor and then repeat the process on all subsequent days of their visit. However the next trip might call for a little more scheduling. Comment?
An American surfer was in serious but stable condition after he was attacked by a large crocodile at a popular tourist beach in Costa Rica on Friday, according to an emergency responder who credited the man's friend for fighting off the reptile with his bare hands. Pat McNulty, who works as a consultant and is a certified trained lifeguard in Tamarindo, a northwestern town favored by surfers and eco-tourists, said the man was crossing a river with the friend when the crocodile struck. Comment?
Congress delivered relief to debt-stricken Puerto Rico on Wednesday, sending President Barack Obama a last-minute financial rescue package to help the U.S. territory of 3.5 million Americans. The Senate passed the bill on a bipartisan 68-30 vote, three weeks after the House overwhelmingly backed the measure. Comment?
Fermin Lopez with Spicy Catering turns the kabobs on the grill at the Taste of Puerto Rico festival June 15, 2015 at Civic Center Park. Denver's hot weather this weekend is reminiscent of the Caribbean in summer time - which makes this Sunday's festival, A Taste of Puerto Rico, particularly timely. Comment?
Hillary Clinton overwhelmed Bernie Sanders in Puerto Rico's Democratic presidential primary on Sunday, putting her within striking distance of capturing her party's nomination. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks in May at a United Food and Commercial Workers International union Legislative and Political Affairs conference in Las Vegas. Comment?
Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington on March 22. House Republicans and Democrats agreed to a deal to help rescue Puerto Rico from $70 billion in debt. If we ran the state of Colorado like Puerto Rico's politicians have run that U.S. territory's government for the last decade, we would have had to close up shop a long time ago. Comment?
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