Ex-U.S. Marine Trevor Reed Disappears in Russia Prison System, State Department Demands to Be Told Where He Is

Ex-U.S. Marine Trevor Reed Disappears in Russia Prison System, State Department Demands to Be Told Where He Is

The United States embassy in Moscow is demanding to be told where's the location of ex-U.S. marine Trevor Reed, who was imprisoned in Russia.
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Minneapolis Takes a Stand Against Enbridge Line 3 in a Unanimous Resolution

With a 13-0 vote, the Minneapolis City Council unanimously stands against the proposed Line 3 tar sands oil pipeline - joining the call for resistance from climate justice groups, Indigenous communities, and everyday citizens.
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US, Mexico, Canada Extend Border Restrictions Until September

The governments of Mexico and the United States agreed on Friday to extend another border restriction of non-essential travel, which will expire on August 21 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The government of Canada has also joined the agreement.
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US COVID-19 New Cases Reach 77,000 in a Single Day, Some States Order Portable Cooler for Dead People

The total case tally of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in the United States has reached more than 77,000 in just a single day, the highest so far in the country. Some states have already ordered portable cooler or refrigerated trucks as morgues were already at full capacity.
More Latinos are dying

Santa Clara Death Records Show Latino Neighborhoods are Hardest Hit by COVID-19

More Latinos are hardest hit in the poor neighborhoods of East San Jose in Santa Clara County compared to wealthier areas.
Debunking the Myth of Monolithic Latino Vote

Debunking the Myth of the Monolithic Latino Vote

A recent article debunks the monolithic myth, stating that Latinos, like the rest of the U.S. population, are diverse in their political opinions.
Hugs and Kisses: Latino Practices Increase COVID-19 Risks

Hugs and Kisses: Latino Affection Could Increase COVID-19 Risks

There are 60 million Latinos in the United States today who are at higher risk for COVID-19. The reason? Hugs and kisses.
Biden’s Allegations About Trump Postponing the 2020 Elections Are “Made-Up Propaganda”

Are Biden’s Allegations About Trump Postponing the 2020 Elections “Made-Up Propaganda”?

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden raised the possibility that President Donald Trump might be postponing the November presidential election as a tactic against him. Last Monday, Trump denied these allegations and called them made-up propaganda.
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The US Has Lost All the Jobs It Gained After the Obama-Era Recession

Eleven years since the U.S. bounced back from the Great Recession, extensive job loss is once again significantly felt throughout the country because of COVID-19.
President Donald Trump Extends Travel Restrictions

Trump Extends Travel Restrictions to Mexico and Canada

The United States, Mexico, and Canada are extending non-essential travels for another month to control the spread of COVID-19 that continue to affect the three countries that are sharing the same borders.
People can now slowly back to work

Signs of Life: States That Have Completed Phase 1 of 'Opening Up America Again'

Some states in the U.S. are now ready to reopen its economy under Phase 1 after Pres. Trump announced the plan of reopening the country's economy in three phases.
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President Trump's Updated Plans To Reopen the US Economy Amid COVID-19

President Donald Trump said that he will base his decision on "a lot of facts and a lot of instincts" when deciding when the country's economy should reopen.
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Nationwide Lockdown Declarations Around the World to Combat COVID-19

Different countries around the world have declared nationwide lockdowns to combat COVID-19.
Google Adds to the List of Companies Cancelling Events Due to the Coronavirus Scare

Google: The Latest Company to Cancel an Event Due to the Coronavirus Epidemic

Find out here about Google and other companies on why they canceled their events for this year.
Hispanic Homeownership Rate Increases Five Years in A Row

Hispanic Homeownership Rate Increases Five Years in A Row

A recently released report says that the homeownership rate among Hispanics has increased for the fifth consecutive year in 2019.
More Latin Americans in the U.S. Complete Their Education

More Latin Americans in the U.S. Are Degree Holders

A comprehensive data analysis by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) revealed that more Latin Americans in the United States have completed their education in the past decade.
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