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November, 2023

  • 8 November

    National Assembly of FAPERMEX and CONALIPE took place in Mexico City

    -Editorial The 21st National Congress of the Federation of Associations of Mexican Journalists, AC (FAPERMEX), and the National College of Graduates in Journalism, AC (CONALIPE), recently held their national assembly, marking a significant gathering for the Mexican journalism community. Eva Joaquina Guerrero Ríos, the President of FAPERMEX, delivered a comprehensive …

October, 2023

  • 31 October

    The Aspen Institute Names Top 150 U.S. Community Colleges Eligible for the 2025 Aspen Prize

    -Editorial The Aspen Institute named the 150 community colleges eligible to compete for the $1 million Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, the nation’s signature recognition of high achievement and performance among two-year colleges. The institutions selected for this honor stand out among more than 1,000 community colleges nationwide as …

  • 29 October

    Hispanic Publishers Convention Unites Industry Leaders from Across the US

    -Editorial The vibrant city of Phoenix, Arizona, recently played host to an event of great significance in the world of Hispanic media. From October 25th to 27th, the National Association of Hispanic Publications (NAHP) celebrated its 41st Annual Convention with an extraordinary gathering that transcended borders and connected the country’s …

  • 21 October

    Republicans Unable to Elect a New House Speaker

    -Editorial Conservative Republican Jim Jordan on Friday lost a third vote to become speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, leaving the leaderless chamber unable to respond to President Joe Biden’s request for aid to Ukraine and Israel. The Republicans have no realistic or workable plan to unite the fractured …

  • 10 October

    White House Announces New Sanctions Against Sinaloa Cartel Fentanyl Suppliers

    -Editorial In support of President Joe Biden’s Unity Agenda effort to beat the overdose epidemic, White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) Director Dr. Rahul Gupta released the following statement on new United States sanctions against three Sinaloa cartel fentanyl suppliers in cooperation with Mexico: “As part of …

  • 8 October

    Supreme Court Decision Breaks Deadlock on Textbook Distribution in Chihuahua

     By: Teodoro Rentería Arróyave, Journalist and Writer In our Political Constitution and secondary laws, the delineation of powers among municipal, state, and federal governments is clearly defined. However, at times, some judges or ministers may lean towards positions conflicting with the ideology of the Presidency of the Republic, thus rendering …

  • 3 October

    Nation’s Largest Statewide Public Water Agency Coalition Elects Leadership for 2024-‘25

    -Editorial The Association of California Water Agencies (ACWA) today announced the results of an election for its top leadership, with member agency representatives voting in Cathy Green as president and Ernesto “Ernie” Avila as vice president. They will begin their two-year term of service on Jan. 1, 2024. Green, currently …

September, 2023

  • 28 September

    Countdown to Chaos: Government Braces for Shutdown on October 1st

    -Editorial The Senate voted 76-22 to open debate on a stopgap bill known as a continuing resolution, which would extend federal spending until November 17 and authorize roughly $6 billion each for domestic disaster response funding and aid to Ukraine to defend itself against Russia. However, as both chambers disagree, …

  • 27 September

    U.S. Virgin Islands DOJ Achieves Historic $75 Million Victim-Supporting Settlement with JPMorgan

    -Editorial U.S. Virgin Islands Attorney General Ariel M. Smith announced the USVI Department of Justice has reached an historic victim-supporting settlement with JPMorgan Chase. The settlement includes significant commitments by JPMorgan Chase to curtail human trafficking, and payments by JPMorgan Chase to the USVI DOJ totaling $75 million. The agreement …

  • 22 September

    How Climate Change Changes Us

    By: Selen Ozturk As climate change alters temperatures and weather patterns worldwide, it also alters our lives socially, politically and spiritually, climate experts shared at a Friday, September 15 EMS briefing. The social cost of climate change Hannah Hess, Associate Director of the Denver, Colorado-based Climate Impact Lab, noted that …