¿Vale la pena llorar?

¿Llorar es bueno? Según la revista “Science et Vie”, pasamos una media de 50 días de nuestra vida llorando. Por suerte, dentro de la estimación del tiempo de vida, dedicamos a la risa cerca de dos años. Todos conocemos los grandes beneficios de la sonrisa para la salud, pero, ¿cómo nos afectan las lágrimas? Este […]

Haz que el universo trabaje a tu favor

Mi libro “Mujer sin Límite” cierra con esta cita: “Tu vida depende de tus pensamientos”. Si tuviera que resumirte el mensaje de motivación que llevo propagando por años, repetiría una vez más la última oración de mi libro. Muchos dirán: “¿cómo es posible que mi destino amoroso, financiero y hasta mi salud pueda depender de […]

Alejandro Fernández retira demanda contra Luis Miguel

Los cantantes llegaron a un acuerdo por la demanda de US$7 millones que ‘El Potrillo’ había interpuesto contra ‘El Sol’. Alejandro Fernández y Luis Miguel han firmado un acuerdo a través de sus respectivos abogados, por lo cual el pleito legal que sostienen desde hace un tiempo terminará antes de concluir diciembre. De esta manera, […]

Stranger Things anuncia una tercera temporada

La serie original de Netflix protagonizada por Wynona Ryder, regresará el próximo año con nuevos episodios. La exitosa serie de Stranger Things tendrá tercera temporada, según el sitio Deadline. La serie de Netflix regresará en 2018 con nuevos episodios. La propia compañía de video streaming confirmó la noticia, aún sin dar detalles sobre la fecha […]

Comments about tax plan are exaggerations and false statements

Commentary by Dermidio Juez-Perez On Nov. 29, President Trump announced during a rally in Missouri what he claimed to be one of the “biggest tax cuts in history.” The president also claimed that Congress hadn’t gotten tax cuts approved for “many, many years – since Reagan.” The first statement is an exaggeration. The second statement […]

Armed man shot by off-duty officer at Lenexa Costco

By Tere Siqueira On Nov. 26, an Edwardsville, Kan., man was killed after being shot by an off-duty police officer following an incident in a Costco in Lenexa, Kan. Ronald Hunt allegedly walked into the store, threatening customers and employees. The 58-year-old also reportedly brandished a gun inside the store. The Costco, located near 95th […]

Republican-supported tax bill draws criticism

By Tere Siqueira Critics claim bill would hurt middle class, increase national debt On Dec. 2, President Trump and members of the Republican-controlled U.S. Senate celebrated over having enough votes to pass a tax reform bill that would be the first major change to the country’s tax system in decades. Many Americans weren’t celebrating. Steven […]

I have TPS: What should I do now?

It seems the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) program is ending. There are things you can do now to make a new plan and take steps to protect your future. It is possible the Congress will act, but we cannot just sit and wait. The immigration service has terminated TPS for Haiti and Nicaragua. They gave […]

List of best U.S. workplaces for Latinos released

By Yanis De Palma Recently, the publications Fortune and Great Place to Work partnered with People en Español to determine what companies have made workplace diversity a priority. The list of the companies was created according to responses to a detailed questionnaire by employees at 630 companies. To be a candidate for the list, the […]

American employers prefer immigrant labor, study shows

By Chara American employers prefer to hire immigrants over American-born laborers, according to a recent study published by the American Affairs Journal. Employers might prefer foreign-born workers because of a few traits foreign-born workers possess that American workers generally lack, the study suggests. It states that immigrants tend to complain less than American workers, who […]