A petition by 3 American Samoans calls on the court to overturn the 100-year-old Insular Cases that deemed people in newly acquired territories as "uncivilized."
Guam's representative in Congress delivered a batch of island cookies to Greene's office this week.
“We want people to remember we are Americans and we exist,” a Northern Mariana Islands lawmaker said.
And Ted Cruz picks up a delegate in Guam.
They can die for the U.S., but they can't vote for their commander-in-chief.
When the Puerto Rico debt crisis burst into the news, Puerto Rico Governor Alejandro García Padilla pronounced that the Commonwealth's debt crisis "is not about politics." Of course, to paraphrase H.L. Menken, when a politician says something is not about politics, chances are it's all about politics.
The success in Cuba begs the question of why the U.S. government still refuses to end World War II on the island of Guam, a U.S. territory for over a century.