September, 2020

  • 18 September

    Supreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, died at 87

    -Editorial Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the Supreme Court justice who was as pioneering as she was brash, died on Friday, the court said. She was 87.  The court said the Ginsburg died “surrounded by her family at her home in Washington, D.C., due to complications of metastatic pancreas cancer.” This will …

  • 17 September

    Trump Nominates Mexican Actor, Eduardo Verastegui, for Key Position in his Administration

    -Editorial President Donald J. Trump announced his intent to Nominate and Appoint Individuals to Key Administration Posts. Among them is actor Eduardo Verastegui, of Florida, to be a Member of the President’s Advisory Commission on Hispanic Prosperity. The actor has been considered to be part of the Trump administration and …

  • 14 September

    Travel Industry Inspires Americans to Plan a Future Trip

    WASHINGTON, D.C.- As states and cities move to reopen, the American travel industry has launched a major campaign with a clear message for Americans: It’s OK to start planning your next trip—whenever it may be. The “Let’s Go There” campaign, which will extend into 2021, is the result of an …

  • 5 September

    Second Stimulus Package Still in The Limbo

    -Editorial Legislators are going back to work next week in Washington and people are still waiting for a second stimulus package that can help them during this pandemic. The Trump administration and Congress have agreed to pass a bill to avoid a government shutdown without tying funding to separate measures …

  • 5 September

    Mulan was launched yesterday on Disney Plus

    -Editorial The long-awaited Mulan movie is now a Disney + for those that want to see the live-action version. Plans for a live-action remake began in 2010, but the project stalled in development. In March 2015, a new attempt was announced and Niki Caro was hired to direct in February …

  • 1 September

    Judge Orders New Jersey Farm to Pay Back Wages and Penalties Following Labor Investigation

    -Editorial A judge in the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Administrative Law Judges (OALJ) has ordered a Harrisonville, New Jersey, tomato farm to pay $49,423 in back wages to 62 farmworkers, the majority of which the employer recruited from Mexico as temporary foreign workers on H-2A visas. The judge …

August, 2020

  • 31 August

    Trump Hopes to Have a COVID-19 Vaccine Soon

    -Editorial Today, President Donald Trump said during his press conference that the vaccine against COVID-19 is going very well and hopes to have it available very soon. “This part of Operation Warp Speed to have a vaccine. Many people thought it will take years but we are doing them in …

  • 30 August

    NBA Resumes Games and Will Tackle Social Issues

    -Editorial The NBA and National Basketball Players Association released a joint statement Friday announcing that the NBA playoffs will resume Saturday and that the league and its players will work together on several initiatives to promote voting access, combat social injustice and racial inequality, and advocate for police reform. The …

  • 28 August

    Donald Trump Accepts the Nomination for President of the United States

    -Editorial President Donald Trump formally accepted the Republican presidential nomination on Thursday night, breaking norms by doing so from a packed White House lawn during a pandemic. Trump unleashed against Joe Biden and called him an instrument of the radical left and how could his election destabilize the Country. The …

  • 24 August

    Copyright Reform in Mexico

    By: Jaime Israel Davila Gomez, Attorney On the first day of July of this year, important changes to the Federal Copyright Law and the Federal Criminal Code were published in the Official Gazette of the Federation in Mexico, an order that, among other things, regulates and protects the rights of …