The growth rate was the slowest since 1917 to 1918, when the nation was involved in World War I, according to new Census Bureau numbers.
The island of 3.2 million people experienced a slight population increase of 0.01% from 2018 to 2019, according to the Puerto Rico Institute of Statistics.
How urban living can cap population growth and help conserve natural resources.
Conventional wisdom says job and population growth is a marker of a healthy economy. But these cities show that's not always the case.
Low-wage jobs catering to tourists and retirees proliferated after the recession.
“Today’s decision essentially says, ‘Go ahead and discriminate.’”
It is perhaps not surprising that the issue of the environmental impact of immigration has been almost completely ignored in the strident rhetoric emanating from the presidential candidates.