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  • Despite Arpaio's pardon, his Arizona victims say: "We won"
    Despite Arpaio's pardon, his Arizona victims say: "We won"

    Despite Arpaio's pardon, his Arizona victims say: "We won"

    Saved from a humiliating end by his friend, President Trump, the former sheriff from Maricopa county shows no remorse. His victims feel defrauded, but find comfort in the fact that Arpaio will go down in history as a symbol of intolerance.
    Fernando Peinado
  • A journalist who left Venezuela for the U.S. has a warning for reporters covering Trump
    A journalist who left Venezuela for the U.S. has a warning for reporters covering Trump

    A journalist who left Venezuela for the U.S. has a warning for reporters covering Trump

    Venezuelan journalist Tamoa Calzadilla sees in Trump the same authoritarian gestures she came to know in Hugo Chávez. After the U.S. president-elect's first press conference Wednesday, Calzadilla -- now living in the U.S. -- recalls what the Venezuelan press has been experiencing for years.
    Tamoa Calzadilla
  • This small Idaho city elected an all-Latino local government. Now what?
    This small Idaho city elected an all-Latino local government. Now what?

    This small Idaho city elected an all-Latino local government. Now what?

    Voters in the city of Wilder elected their first Latina mayor and two new Mexican American council members a year ago, but big challenges remain for this town of 1,500 residents.
    Melvin Félix
  • Summer Clothes, Treats and Tricks to Help You Beat the Heat
    Summer Clothes, Treats and Tricks to Help You Beat the Heat

    Summer Clothes, Treats and Tricks to Help You Beat the Heat

    I grew up without air conditioning. I know the best summer clothes, refreshments, tips and tricks. Here’s how to keep your family cool during this summer. Summer clothes Bathing suits. Bathing suits are the best summer clothes. Let the kids stay in them all day, then just rinse them out, hang them up in the shower to dry and do it again tomorrow. Light colored clothing. Dark fabric passes heat on to the skin. Stick with white or light colors. Wicking. Look for clothes that wick sweat. This is especially good for kids who are very active or participated in sports over the summer. Flip flops. When my feet get hot, the rest of me heats up, too. Let feet be free! Ditch the socks and sneakers and go for flip flops. Summer treats Ice. Lots and lots of ice. It’s important to keep your little ones – and yourself – hydrated. Give everyone their own giant reusable water bottle and keep it filled with ice water. Frozen fruit. Pick up the big bags of frozen fruit at Costco or Sam’s or simply wash, bag and freeze fresh fruit. Grapes are an especially tasty treat frozen. Eat the frozen fruit straight out of the freezer or make it into smoothies or sorbets. Ice cream and Popscicles. There isn’t much better than a trip to the ice cream shop on a hot summer day! A quick ride to the grocery store for some Popscicles or ice cream to eat on the front lawn after dinner is just as fun. Try making your own DIY ice pops. Picnic foods. It’s too hot to cook. Make a picnic on the floor instead. Summer tricks Bodies of water. Send out a message to your Facebook friends to meet you at the nearest body of water. Beach, pool, splash pad, lake, river – it doesn’t matter. Just go splash. Sprinkler, hoses, buckets and sponges. You don’t need a pool to have an awesome pool party. Fill up a bucket and let kids throw wet sponges at each other. Get out there yourself – play in the hose and sprinklers with your kids like you did when you were there age. Indoor activities. There are plenty of free indoor activities for kids in the summer. Bowling, skating, archery, movies, storytime and museum tours are just a few of the free offers I’ve found. Do a quick Google search for “kids free summer” in your town to find some options. Go out after dark. There’s no school, so let the kids stay up late to play in the park once the sun starts going down. Take a moonlight walk on the beach or watch the stars in your front yard. A hot and sweaty family often becomes a grumpy family pretty quickly. Stay cool and happy, while still enjoying the longer days and looser schedules of summer.
  • WhatsApp: a lifeline for new Venezuelan immigrants in Miami
    WhatsApp: a lifeline for new Venezuelan immigrants in Miami

    WhatsApp: a lifeline for new Venezuelan immigrants in Miami

    The number of Venezuelans seeking asylum in the United States has soared. In the Miami area alone, more than 2,000 Venezuelans use at least nine chat groups to learn about jobs, housing, legal advice, and medical services. They tell their stories about leaving Venezuela and life in the U.S.
    Tamoa Calzadilla
  • Meet the "Mikis" and Havana's other urban tribes
    Meet the "Mikis" and Havana's other urban tribes

    Meet the "Mikis" and Havana's other urban tribes

    A day in the life with Cuba's new generation of selfie-snapping, Game of Thrones-watching youth. Cuba's millennials are exposed to more American pop culture than ever. But not everyone wants to be.
  • President Barack Obama speech in Havana, Cuba
    President Barack Obama speech in Havana, Cuba

    President Barack Obama speech in Havana, Cuba

    President Barack Obama speaks at the Grand Theater of Havana, Cuba
  • Motherhood Reality: The 11 Unexpected Things I Discovered About Being A Mom
    Motherhood Reality: The 11 Unexpected Things I Discovered About Being A Mom

    Motherhood Reality: The 11 Unexpected Things I Discovered About Being A Mom

    I’ve wanted to be a mommy for as long as I can remember. Little did I expect that motherhood reality went beyond the love, cuddles, diaper changing, and sleepless nights. Here are 11 unexpected things I discovered about being a mom after giving birth to my child… You will do enough research to qualify for a PhD in all that concerns your child. My local library, bookstores, and Google became my most trusted friends. Who else will explain without judgment, why my child sniffled and farted after having his first taste of solid food? You will be pushed to your mental, emotional, and physical limits every day. You may think you’re going batty at first, but don’t fret! Once you get a hang of it, you’ll realize you are UNSTOPPABLE! You will appreciate any amount of sleep… like a dehydrated woman finding water after walking a month in the desert. You might go on just a few minutes of sleep for many nights, but once you get that 2-4 hour uninterrupted slumber, it will feel like you’ve hit the jackpot! Welcome to motherhood reality! You will develop superhuman abilities. If your baby so much as whimpers in the middle of the night, you will jump out of bed even before you’ve snapped out of sleep, to make certain he’s still breathing. You’ll also grow eyes all over your head. That’s right… not just in the back. Not only will you know when your child is sneaking carrots to the dog under the table while your back is turned; you will have the power to see all the possible outcomes in every situation concerning your child. You will become your biggest critic. Many of us are already our toughest critic, but wait until you become a mom! I’ve doubted myself and at times, felt like every other mom was doing a better job than me. But you know what? Giving your all for your baby’s best interest makes you AMAZING, and your child will be just fine! You will gain a new appreciation for other parents and their children. Crying babies suddenly becomes cute and you sympathize when you see a parent and their teen arguing. I still find myself striking up friendly conversations with strangers about their parenting styles, and I always find other moms a great source of strength and inspiration! Your time alone becomes a mini vacation. Be it a trip to the market or jumping in the shower! When you’re sleep deprived, walking through the produce section alone is no different from a relaxing stroll on the beach. And peeing solo? That’s bliss, right there! You will cry often. If you’re anything like me, you may find all this pure love and gratitude overwhelming. Watching my baby sleep so peacefully was enough to switch the tears on. He’s now a teen, but I still cry happy tears all-the-time! You will have the power to heal ouchies with hugs and kisses. Your superpowers will continue to strengthen past their teen years. You will help heal broken hearts and deal with disappointments… because you’re a MOM. You will grow so connected with your little person that your body will make food for them on demand. It only took a small gasp and squeak from my son for my body to begin preparing him meal, every 2 hours… no matter where we were. You will discover a love you never knew existed. It will fill your heart like you’ve never experienced. The kind of love possible for the only person who’s heard your heart beating from the inside. This beautiful love will fill you with so much awe and gratitude!
  • Obama: Seize 'our generation's Sputnik moment'
    Obama: Seize 'our generation's Sputnik moment'

    Obama: Seize 'our generation's Sputnik moment'

    Obama: 'Our generation's Sputnik moment'