February 17, 2021

Wondering where Latina Lista has been? Well, I’m Texas-based. If you’ve been following the national news, you should understand. A little over 10 hours ago, we got our electricity back on after spending almost 72 hours without, a victim of so-called “rolling blackouts.” As a result, I now can recognize signs of hypothermia in people who experience outdoor cold without ever leaving their homes and have a new appreciation for Thomas Edison’s talent. However, I do know that though I felt like I was living in the 19th century, the 21st century keeps ‘sliding’ forward: A new analysis of over 45,000 news transcripts shows the media may have a bigger hand in spreading extreme political views than first realized; Trump’s staunchest defenders are a lot closer to your home than in the halls of Congress; Are hedge funds saving local news or creating their own agendas?; and New investment app automatically invests $1 of stock in the companies you do business with. Go beyond the headlines…

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