Cops Investigating ‘WhatsApp for Gangsters’ Arrest Key Suspect in Caribbean
Paul Krusky played a crucial role in the development of encrypted phone firm EncroChat. Now he has been arrested in the Dominican Republic.
How a Selfie Sparked a Movement for Acid Attack Survivors
Esther Jimenez was disfigured by an acid attack in the Dominican Republic, but her social media presence has helped spearhead new awareness in a country where there is an attack at least once a month.
The Dominican Republic Is Building a Wall to Keep Haitian Migrant Kids Out
Close to half a million Haitians are living undocumented in the Dominican Republic, and many of them are children.
The Poorest Country in the Americas is Still Waiting for Vaccines
Despite incipient government efforts to secure the first shipment from a vaccine supply for the world’s poorest countries, Haiti still has no vaccines today.
Illegal Alcohol Shops Shut Down in Dominican Republic After Dozens Die
Clandestine dispensaries were mainly operating in the capital Santo Domingo but authorities also found them in other provinces, showing a spread of the deadly speakeasies.
Why Hurricane Dorian's Conditions Are Nearly Perfect to Devastate Florida
Every single county in Florida has declared a state of emergency.
“Stick with Beer”: Why Counterfeit Booze Might Be Killing People in the Dominican Republic
Of the 10 Americans who have mysteriously died during their trips to the Dominican Republic in the last year, nine showed symptoms commonly associated with methanol poisoning.
Mamajuana, the ‘Dominican Viagra’, Has Big Turtle Dick Energy
Also known as “The Baby Maker”, mamajuana is a rejuvenating tea traditionally made with herbs, tree bark, and the 12-inch penis of a green sea turtle.
When the Dominican Republic Ended Birthright Citizenship, It Was a Disaster
Donald Trump wants to end birthright citizenship in the US. The only country to do that in recent years created a humanitarian catastrophe.
2 Chainz and Amara La Negra Pair Ultra Rare Cigars with Super Expensive Rum
Get a (very pricey) taste of the Caribbean on 'MOST EXPENSIVEST.'
These Artists Are Battling the Dilution of Caribbean Sound System Culture
GAIKA's 'SYSTEM' exhibit in London and the New York-set film 'Mas Fuerte' show how gentrification could change Carnival if we're not careful.
Dominican Punks La Armada Dream of Hardcore without Borders
Stream the Santo Domingo-turned-Chicago thrashy hardcore band's fiery, bracingly political new album, 'Anti-Colonial Vol. 1.'