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  • Witness directly involves the president of Honduras in the use of drug money for his campaigns
    Witness directly involves the president of Honduras in the use of drug money for his campaigns

    Witness directly involves the president of Honduras in the use of drug money for his campaigns

    Confessed drug trafficker, Alexander Ardon, told the court on Tuesday in New York that he attended meetings with President Juan Orlando Hernández to discuss the use of drug money in his election campaigns. The younger brother of the president, former congressman 'Tony' Hernández, is on trial for large scale drug trafficking.
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    Jeff Ernst
  • Empleadores de Illinois ya no pueden preguntar a los solicitantes de empleo sobre su historial salarial
    Empleadores de Illinois ya no pueden preguntar a los solicitantes de empleo sobre su historial salarial

    Empleadores de Illinois ya no pueden preguntar a los solicitantes de empleo sobre su historial salarial

    La nueva ley de Illinois que prohíbe a los empleadores de preguntar a los solicitantes de empleo sobre el historial salarial entró en vigencia el domingo.
  • Candidato al Senado de Arizona propone anexar México a Estados Unidos
    Candidato al Senado de Arizona propone anexar México a Estados Unidos

    Candidato al Senado de Arizona propone anexar México a Estados Unidos

    La insólita propuesta fue hecha por Daniel McCarthy, un millonario dueño de una empresa de cosméticos, quien compite contra la actual senadora republicana Martha McSally.
  • How the DEA helped rescue Honduras from the narcos, and the president's brother ended up being arrested
    How the DEA helped rescue Honduras from the narcos, and the president's brother ended up being arrested

    How the DEA helped rescue Honduras from the narcos, and the president's brother ended up being arrested

    A New York drug trial which started Wednesday alleges a massive conspiracy between politicians, drug-traffickers and corrupt police and military officers in Honduras. On trial is a former congressman, Tony Hernandez, brother of President Juan Orlando Hernandez. Much like previous drug cases involving the famous cartels in Colombia and Mexico, this latest case reveals how local law enforcement in Honduras was incapable of standing up to the narcos. Instead, it was left to the DEA.
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    David C Adams
  • The Hispanic community has made historic gains during the Trump Administration
    The Hispanic community has made historic gains during the Trump Administration

    The Hispanic community has made historic gains during the Trump Administration

    "While Democrat candidates remain oblivious and out of touch, Americans – especially in Texas – are taking note of the positive impact that President Trump and Republicans’ pro-growth, pro-business policies are having on American families and businesses."
    Ronna McDaniel
  • Honduras and US close to signing new immigration agreements
    Honduras and US close to signing new immigration agreements

    Honduras and US close to signing new immigration agreements

    A delegation from the Honduran government is in Washington to negotiate three new migration agreements, including a so-called 'safe third country' deal specifically designed to prevent asylum seekers from Cuba reaching the United States.
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    David C Adams
  • From president to ‘Co-Conspirator'; Honduras awaits outcome of New York drug trial
    From president to ‘Co-Conspirator'; Honduras awaits outcome of New York drug trial

    From president to ‘Co-Conspirator'; Honduras awaits outcome of New York drug trial

    Alleged drug trafficker, Tony Hernandez, goes on trial October 2. But all eyes will be on his brother, Honduran president, Juan Orlando Hernandez, who prosecutors have identified as an alleged ‘Co-Conspirator’ in the case.
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    Jeff Ernst
  • Evangelical Leaders supported by the White House export fundamentalist agenda to Latin America
    Evangelical Leaders supported by the White House export fundamentalist agenda to Latin America

    Evangelical Leaders supported by the White House export fundamentalist agenda to Latin America

    A group of fundamentalist religious leaders with ties to the White House expanded their ministries in Latin America and made deals with presidents with checkered records in Nicaragua, Guatemala and Honduras. Columbia Journalism Investigations (CJI), the Latin American Center for Investigative Journalism (CLIP) also documented how these leaders influenced policies towards Israel.
    Giannina Segnini
  • Just Doing Our Jobs
    Just Doing Our Jobs

    Just Doing Our Jobs

    Some Mexicans are upset with the media for criticism of President López Obrador. But crossing the line and standing up to the powerful is what journalist do. Journalism is neither for the faint of heart nor those who prefer to keep silent.
    Jorge Ramos
  • Of Conservatives, Progressives and Iconoclasts
    Of Conservatives, Progressives and Iconoclasts

    Of Conservatives, Progressives and Iconoclasts

    Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has demonstrated that, while he and Donald Trump may harbor different worldviews, they coincide in their cagey exploitation of militarism.
    John Feeley
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