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July 30, 2020

In a democracy that is bombarded daily with attacks from the highest office in the land, whose traditional duty has been to preserve it, we discover there’s an additional low-point: Journalists are now classified the same as these perceived…

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July 15, 2020

In one of those ‘doh’ moments, a new Pew survey finds majority of Americans feel this way about the state of the country; Disheartening news about the pace of voter registrations — for one party; Could Congress see its…

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June 11, 2020

Grim news overnight highlights how risky it is to think we are passed the worst of the novel coronavirus. Across the country, people are not only reveling in being out and shopping at stores, socializing with friends or protesting…

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June 3, 2020

As the criminal element hiding among protesters is being weeded out and more police forces are changing their approach towards peaceful protesters, awareness, dialogue and action are in the baby steps towards meaningful change in this country. Yet, Trump,…

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May 26, 2020

As we see pictures of packed beaches and parks, most of us think we can handle the social distancing rules — though, obviously, none are. But what about flying? Nothing we can really do there and so the big…

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May 22, 2020

Just one of the many legacies Trump will be forever cited for in history is how he lost allies. The latest ally to voice the US is not their friend is one Central American destination; Finally, a little ‘bright’…

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May 20, 2020

Trump and his administration have never hidden their anti-immigration agenda. So, it’s not surprising that the White House has made a decision regarding the Mexican and Canadian borders; What is surprising, and disturbing, is that this administration is using…

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May 4, 2020

Yesterday was World Press Freedom Day. Like other sectors of the economy, the news industry, specifically newspapers, is experiencing a fight for survival. Journalist positions have been slashed, print editions are being eliminated and whole newspapers are folding. Yet,…

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April 1, 2020

Today is April Fool’s Day. While some of us equate what we’re living through as a sick joke, we know it’s not. In that vein, today’s LatinaLista is a broad mix of news stories that break our usual ‘niche’…

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February 5, 2020

Thankfully, expectations were low last night for Trump’s State of the Union address — and he didn’t disappoint. The usual lies, misleading statements, narcissistic declarations and juvenile behavior was on full display. For those of us who knew Trump’s…

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January 22, 2020

Can this administration and its allies go any lower? Evidently, yes. In addition to watching the GOP deny the nation’s quest for accountability and challenge of wrongdoing in this administration, we now find that the Trump administration authorized a…

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January 1, 2020

Happy New Year! Feliz Año Nuevo! As we begin a new decade, the following stories offer reflections of the past year and a look forward to what is possible. 10 Global Insights into a Transforming World With births down,…

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December 30, 2019

The importance of news can’t be stated enough. There’s a reason why Trump and his supporters want to label credible news outlets as “fake news.” It gives them cover to do what they know is illegal, corrupt and abusing…

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December 4, 2019

Today is the first day of the impeachment hearings for Trump. While many of us may not be able to watch it, we should all reinforce the importance and seriousness of the hearings by supporting the need for it…

By Mario Garita Infosurhoy.com SAN JOSÉ, Costa Rica – What started with an email turned into the dismantling of an international organ-trafficking ring. American surgeon Francis L. Delmonico, the chairman of the World Transplant Society, emailed Jorge Cortés, the…