México, normalizando el horror

By Jorge Ramos En México hablar de muertes —muchas muertes— se ha convertido en algo normal. Muertes por los feminicidios. Muertes por la violencia del narcotráfico. Muertes por la pandemia. Y de pronto, de tanto oírlo, leerlo y repetirlo, la muerte ha ido perdiendo su horror y nos acostumbramos a tenerla cerca, demasiado cerca.La regla […]

A guide to summer in the KC area

Covid-19 vaccinations campaigns continue across the nation. In the Kansas City area, vaccinations remain a priority for health departments.The Kansas Department of Health and Environment said Wednesday (June 2) that 42.3% of the population has been vaccinated with at least one dose. The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services said 41.8% of the population […]

Pope toughens church laws on sexual abuse

By Roberta Pardo Pope Francis issued the most extensive revision to Catholic Church law in four decades on Tuesday (June 1), insisting that bishops take action against clerics who abuse minors and vulnerable adults, commit fraud or attempt to ordain women.In the works since 2009, the revision involves all of Section 6 of the church’s […]