In this issue
- Trump rescinds DACA program
- Congress is back: Where to start?
- Hurricane Irma to strike southern Florida
By Jorge Ramos MIAMI — Every four years, without fail, the two mainstream political parties try to win over Latino voters for their respective presidential
By Roberta Pardo Since March, the stock market has been volatile, with significant plunges followed by surges. That, coupled with historic levels of unemployment rates,
By Tere Siqueira On Tuesday (Sept. 1), Wyandotte County public health experts held a virtual town hall, examining the right measures to take regarding the
As Hispanic citizens of this great country, it’s a privilege and incumbent upon us right now to channel our positive energies into assertive civic participation.
In this issue Remembering Armando Cruz Harvesters providing relief from food insecurity during pandemic Dementia deaths on the rise; reasons linked to pandemic
By Roberta Pardo While the world continues to fight the consequences of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, researchers continue their quest to find a vaccine for
By Chara On Sept. 18, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died at her home in Washington, D.C., from complications of metastatic cancer of
By Jorge Ramos México es un país que siempre ha estado intranquilo con su pasado. Ha dejado muchas heridas históricas abiertas sin resolver. Por eso