In my view (Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here are the author’s and do not necessarily reflect the views of Dos Mundos or Reyes Media Group).

By Edie R. Lambert Outlawing abortion will only end safe medical procedures. It’ll exponentially multiply numbers of unwanted kids and inflict the cruelest harm on poor women. And it disenfranchises half the population by depriving females of personal autonomy. These profane caveats compel me to vote against the Kansas constitutional amendment in the Aug. 2 […]

Deadly tornadoes in South, Midwest leave 88 people dead

By Roberta Pardo At least 88 people across five states have been confirmed dead after a swarm of tornadoes tore through communities in the South and Midwest over the weekend.In total, there were at least 44 tornadoes reported across Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, Illinois, Missouri and Mississippi between the night of Dec. 10 and the morning […]

American Airlines cancels flights, leaves thousands stranded

By CharaAnyone traveling last weekend by American Airlines most likely got stranded in an airport somewhere in the United States.Beginning Oct. 28, American Airlines canceled more than 2,300 flights. The airline blamed the cancellations in part on the weather, National Public Radio (NPR) and other media outlets reported.According to a report posted on AccuWeather.com, there […]

Texas high school shooting leaves four injured

By Tere SiqueiraFour people were wounded in a shooting Wednesday morning (Oct. 6) at Timberview High School in Arlington, Texas, multiple media outlets reported.After authorities had arrived, one person was determined to have minor injuries and refused medical treatment. Three others were taken to the hospital.At press time, their conditions remained unknown. Authorities believe two […]

Departamento de Trabajo de EE.UU., líderes de la industria piden a empleadores y trabajadores que combatan el aumento de los suicidios de trabajadores de la construcción

KANSAS CITY, MO – Mientras los peligros asociados con mayor frecuencia con las muertes en el lugar de trabajo en la industria de la construcción de Estados Unidos – caídas, ser golpeado o aplastado por equipos u otros objetos, o sufrir electrocución son bien conocidos – un estudio reciente encuentra que otro asesino potencial está cobrando […]

Nicholas trae lluvia a Texas; se esperan fuertes lluvias en el sureste

By Chara Miles de tejanos se quedaron sin electricidad el martes (14 de septiembre) cuando la tormenta tropical Nicholas azotó el estado de la Estrella Solitaria con fuertes lluvias y fuertes vientos, reportaron varios medios de comunicación.KTRK-TV reportó el miércoles por la mañana (15 de septiembre) que más de 380,000 clientes de CenterPoint Energy se […]

FEMA brinda asistencia funeraria a las víctimas de COVID-19

By Chara La Agencia Federal para el Manejo de Emergencias (FEMA, por sus siglas en inglés) está ayudando a las familias que han perdido a familiares a causa del COVID-19, afirma la agencia en su sitio web.Específicamente, FEMA declara que está “brindando asistencia financiera para gastos funerarios relacionados con el COVID-19 incurridos después del 20 […]

Día festivo se acerca: Día del Trabajo

By Teresa Siqueira El Día del Trabajo es una fiesta creada para honrar a los trabajadores estadounidenses que se celebra el primer lunes de septiembre, suele ser un día de diversión para millones de personas.Entre las actividades que conmemoran el Día del Trabajo se incluyen “desfiles, picnics y fiestas”, según indica el sitio web del […]

DACA under attack again

Federal judge declares program illegal, blocks new applications By Roberta Pardo On July 16, a federal judge in Texas blocked an Obama-era program protecting undocumented immigrants who had arrived in the United States as children from deportation, halting the program’s ability to accept new applicants.In his 77-page opinion, district court Judge Andrew Hanen concluded that […]

12 confirmed dead, search for survivors continues following condo collapse

By Roberta Pardo The search for survivors continues after a 13-story apartment complex collapsed on June 24 in Surfside, Florida, near Miami.As of Tuesday (June 29), officials insisted they had not abandoned the search-and-rescue phase of Champlain Towers South, emphasizing the operation was challenging but ongoing.About 150 people remain unaccounted for, officials said. At least […]