Columna de Jorge Ramos : Niños de la frontera

Está solo. Es un niño perdido en la frontera, en una zona desértica del sur de Texas. Se llama Wilton Gutiérrez, tiene 10 años y es de Nicaragua. Sus ojos están hinchados, llora. Lleva una camiseta de Batman y una chaqueta negra. Eso es todo. El niño se le acerca a la camioneta de un […]

NLRB sides with workers fired by Amazon

By Tere SiqueiraClaims of unfair labor practices at Amazon are becoming a common topic.About 37 lawsuits have been filed since February 2020, as media outlets have reported. And now, as The New York Times and other media outlets have reported, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) might file a complaint against Amazon – the company’s […]

How to prepare for a natural disaster

By Roberta Pardo The United States Geological Survey reported a fifth earthquake early Sunday (March 14) evening, near Wichita, Kansas.The earthquake, which happened shortly after 6 p.m., measured 3.9 magnitude and was the strongest of the day. Early that morning, two earthquakes occurred minutes apart.No injuries or major damage have been reported. But the Sunday […]

Ten dead in shooting at a grocery store in Colorado

By Roberta Pardo A gunman killed 10 people at a Boulder, Colorado, grocery store on Monday (March 22).The victims, including a police officer who responded to the scene, were ages 20 to 65.A 21-year-old man has been charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder. The motives for the rampage remain unknown as police continues investigating […]

House passes $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill

By Roberta Pardo The House of Representatives voted Wednesday (March 10) to approve President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion Covid relief bill.Senate passed the bill on March 6.The package includes up to $1,400 stimulus checks per person for many Americans. Families get an additional $1,400 per child. It also extends unemployment benefits programs through September 6 […]