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  • Mexican  population grew more than a million in  one year

    Mexican population grew more than a million in one year

    by the El Reportero’s wire services The Mexican population has grown one percent in one year, equivalent to 1,200,000 inhabitants, and reached 122,300,000 people by late 2016, it was reported today. The data correspond to the last national household survey conducted by the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (INEGI), according to which women predominate

  • Boxing Fights Schedule

    Boxing Fights Schedule

    The Gentlemen’s Sport JUNE 24, 2017 Gdansk, Poland (PolSat PPV) Tomasz Adamek vs. Solomon Haumono Mateusz Masternak vs. Ismayl Sillah Krzysztof Glowacki vs. Brian Howard Maciej Sulecki vs. Rocky Jerkic Ewa Brodnicka vs. Marisol Reyes Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico (Televisa) Miguel Roman vs. Nery Saguilan Eduardo Hernandez vs. Jessie Rosales Karim Arce vs. TBA Freedom

  • Pasados del Presidio – afternoon fun for kids

    Pasados del Presidio – afternoon fun for kids

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff A commemoration of the pre-American cultures at the Presidio: Ohlone, Spanish, and Mexican. The is an upcoming Latino community-focused cultural-historical celebration: the Presidio Pasados; as well as the new website portal in Spanish of the Presidio that will give valuable in-language information and downloadable Summer Fun/Kids Guide and New Presidio

  • Filmmaker Terry Gilliam finishes “The man who killed Don Quijote”

    Filmmaker Terry Gilliam finishes “The man who killed Don Quijote”

    by the El Reportero’s news services British filmmaker Terry Gilliam is now relieved after finishing his film on Don Quixote, which was extended for 17 long years. Gilliam, 76, shared his joy in his profiles of Facebook and Twitter social networks, in which he confirmed completing the shoot of The Man Who Killed Don Quixote,

  • Using artificial intelligence to program humans to behave better

    Using artificial intelligence to program humans to behave better

    by Dennis R. Mortensen CEO and founder at x.ai Much attention has, rightfully, been given to how the AI industry might transmit existing negative biases into the myriad of artificially intelligent systems that are now being built. As has been pointed out in numerous articles and studies, we’re often entirely unaware of the biases that

  • My best friend was my father

    My best friend was my father

    por Marvin Ramírez On June 12, 2004, just days before Father’s Day that year, my dad passed away. I received the call at around 11 p.m. from one of my sisters: “Mi papá just died.” He was 87 years old, but I had wanted him to live to 100. When I received the news, everything

  • Top foods to avoid with high blood pressure

    Top foods to avoid with high blood pressure

    by Alex Jordon In America, almost one in three adults are living with high blood pressure, that’s why the topic of dietary recommendations for high blood pressure is becoming more and more popular these days. What causes high blood pressure? Normally not consuming enough vegetables and fruits can result in a high sodium intake and

  • Who holds DEA accountable when there are deaths

    Who holds DEA accountable when there are deaths

    In 2011, a DEA operation touched off a massacre in a Mexican town, yet the agency never investigated what went wrong by Ginger Thompson ProPublica In early 2011, the Drug Enforcement Administration obtained a rare and highly valuable piece of intelligence about the leaders of the Mexico-based Zetas cartel, one of the most powerful, and

  • Mexico just legalized medical pot

    Mexico just legalized medical pot

    One year after Mexican President Peña Nieto began speaking out and criticizing the global drug policy, Mexico has now legalized marijuana for medicinal purposes by Rachel Blevins The Free Thought Project As a growing number of individual states in the U.S. stand up to the federal government on marijuana prohibition, Mexico legalized medical marijuana nationwide

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