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March, 2020

  • 29 March

    In the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic crisis, López Obrador visits Mexicali

    By: Fidel Gastelum, Reporter The President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, continues with his agenda of tours around the Mexican Republic. At this time, it was the capital of the State of Baja California’s turn, where the president appeared at the sports complex located westbound of the city. In …

  • 26 March

    US Senate Approves Stimulus Package to Help Economy During Coronavirus Crisis

    -Editorial A $2 trillion stimulus package that would provide help for families, businesses and health care workers on the front lines of the coronavirus outbreak passed in the Senate late Wednesday night by a vote of 96-0. Most single Americans will receive a direct payment of $1,200 if they make …

  • 26 March

    The United States Should Adopt Some of Mexico’s Electoral Laws

    By: Mario Conde, Reporter As we approached another Presidential election this fall, I came to the conclusion that this will be another two-party system contest and people will have to choose between the lesser of the two evils. Donald Trump will face former Vice-President Joe Biden in the general election …

  • 16 March

    Testing starts for 1st Possible Coronavirus Vaccine in the US

    -Editorial Scientists gave the first shots in the first test of an experimental Coronavirus vaccine leading off a worldwide search for protection even as the pandemic surges. Amid the fears and actions taken by local and state governments to prevent the spread of this virus, a vaccine might be closer …

  • 11 March

    NBA temporally suspends basketball season due to Coronavirus (Covid-19)

    By: Fidel Gastelum, Reporter After the CoronaVirus case of a Utah Jazz player was officially confirmed, the NBA has decided to suspend the games and activities of this season until further notice. The Covid-19 has already wreaked havoc on other sports leagues such as Italy’s Serie A soccer, and the …

  • 11 March

    The economic cost of “One Day Without Women” strike in Mexico reached 43.5 billion pesos

    By: Dr. Alejandro Diaz-Bautista, Economist, (Ph.D.) The economic value of unpaid work in domestic work and care of women represents 23.5% of the country’s GDP. According to INEGI data in the “Satellite Account of the Unpaid Work of Households in Mexico, 2018”, which provides information on the economic valuation of …

  • 8 March

    A Day Without Women

    -Editorial Women are tired of violence against them in Mexico, many of them will “disappear” in hopes their silence is loud and clear. On March 9, women across Mexico will not go to work, take their children to school, use social media, or go grocery shopping. They are also urging …

February, 2020

  • 23 February

    Women in Mexico Start Movement Against Gender Violence

    -Editorial Due to the recent wave of murders and attacks towards women in Mexico, a national women’s strike has been called in order to raise awareness against violence gender violence. Feminists activists in Mexico are calling for a national strike on March 9. Women are planning not to go to …

  • 23 February

    DHS to Implement Inadmissibility on Becoming Public Charge Grounds Final Rule Nationwide

    WASHINGTON—U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will implement the Inadmissibility on Public Charge Grounds final rule (“Final Rule”) on Feb. 24, 2020, nationwide, including in Illinois, following another judicial victory lifting the injunction in that state. In light of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Feb. 21, 2020 decision to stay the …

  • 18 February

    Boy Scouts File for Bankruptcy Amid Sexual Abuse Cases

    -Editorial The Boy Scouts of America filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection early Tuesday after decades of sexual abuse claims within one of the country’s largest youth organizations. By going to bankruptcy court, the Scouts can put those lawsuits on hold for now. But they could ultimately be forced to sell off …

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