Immigration Tracked at Sea
Federal agents use advanced technology to identify and track illegal immigrants in the Mona Passage.
Coffee Pickers Hard to Find
Puerto Rican coffee production suffers as the flow of migrant workers declines.
Dreams of a Better Life
Dominicans in Puerto Rico search for jobs and find community in a 'Worker Neighborhood.'
Puerto Rican Identity Crisis
What it means to be Puerto Rican stirs debate about statehood and diversity in this U.S. territory.
Conflict Over Land, Health
When the Navy pulled out of Vieques it left environmental destruction and alleged contamination.
Squatters Fight for Rights
Dominican immigrants battle the Puerto Rican government for land rights to rebuild a lost community.
Fight for Independence
The historically violent movement for Puerto Rican independence shatters families on this Caribbean island and the mainland U.S.
Language Stirs Debate
Puerto Rico's official use of both Spanish and English raises the question of acceptance in the United States.
Police Brutality, Corruption
The U.S. Department of Justice has investigated the Puerto Rican police force for alleged corruption and brutality against Dominicans.
Puerto Rico: A 51st State?
A November voter referendum in Puerto Rico will determine if this island territory will apply to Congress for statehood.
Risk of Rape, Death at Sea
Dominicans illegally migrating to Puerto Rico face unforeseen dangers crossing the ocean in makeshift boats, known as yolas.
Immigrant Business Thrives
Some Dominicans who move to Puerto Rico in search of the American Dream find success and challenges in business ownership.
Unsettled Dominican Dream
Each year undocumented immigrants die in search of the American dream. The trek from the Dominican Republic to Puerto Rico is no different.
Puerto Rico's long and complicated relationship with the United States could change in November when its voters will decide whether to apply for U.S. statehood. The vote has once again raised questions about Puerto Rico's place in the world and its people's culture and identity. As Puerto Rican's consider these important issues, thousands of Dominicans have immigrated to its shores in search of their own version of the American Dream, further changing the island's cultural and economic landscape.