David Thompson returns to work, but admits his health problems are not quite resolved.
LIAT, still trying to fly out passengers after service was disrupted by Hurricane Earl, could have further problems with Tropical Storm Fiona.
Seven member investors committee named in Stanford Financial Group receivership proceedings.
The country meets another set of targets outlined in its loan with the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
A report finds the country could lose millions of dollars as a result of hurricanes and even earthquakes.
Even before Hurricane Earl had completely passed them, residents of the Leeward Islands were told they may have another storm to deal with tomorrow.
New York Times, USA: A member of a St. Lucia soccer team was shot to death early Monday in Brooklyn, the police said, only hours after he had scored the winning goal in a semifinal of an international tournament.
Stabroek News, Guyana: A Guyanese real estate attorney was on August 26th convicted in a multi-million-dollar mortgage fraud in New York and faces a maximum sentence of 120 years in prison.
VOA News, Antigua: Hurricane Earl is gaining strength as it brought heavy winds and rain to Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands on Monday.
Observer, Jamaica: Police Constable Sheldon Williams, accused of misbehaviour while on a pleasure boat in this resort town, was fatally shot under questionable circumstances during a confrontation with his colleagues Sunday night, prompting a probe by the Bureau of Special Investigation (BSI).
Go Jamaica, Antigua: Several persons were evacuated from their homes on Monday as a rampaging Hurricane Earl dumped seven inches of rain on Antigua and Barbuda, flooding low lying communities.
Newsday, Trinidad: Attorney Nofritari Montrose, 38, who was shot in her head two weeks ago outside her Arima home, succumbed to her injuries early yesterday morning while at hospital.
NBC, USA: That's a figurative Rihanna, and literal swag. A wax statue of everyone's favorite Barbados-born pop queen will be unveiled at the museum at 1001 F St. NW at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday.
Reuters, USA: Crash investigators are re-evaluating the performance of aircraft braking systems in rainy conditions, following the overshooting of an American Airlines plane on the runway while landing in Jamaica last year, the Wall Street Journal reported.