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  • Students to build more than 100 renewable energy kits in PG&E’s Solar Suitcase Program

    Students to build more than 100 renewable energy kits in PG&E’s Solar Suitcase Program

    by PGE Public Announcement SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.—Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) announced today a $400,000 grant that will put more than 100 portable solar kits into the hands of 2,000 students through central and northern California. Students will build portable solar units, participate in local sustainability projects and advance energy equity globally by providing

  • The Mexican Museum presents: Tramas Urbanas, the work of Mexican artist Paloma Torres

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Tramas Urbanas (Urban Patterns), an exhibition featuring the textural work of acclaimed Mexican visual artist Paloma Torres. Tramas Urbanas is a visually provocative collection of abstract sculptures and handmade textiles based on a series of aerial photographs she took over Mexico City. Her images – from aerial portraits of

  • Trump’s massive war power giveaway

    Trump’s massive war power giveaway

    The U.S. military under Trump is quickly morphing into judge, jury and executioner of any enemy they see fit and are, as recent events suggest, free to attack them in anyway they choose. by Whitney Webb Last year, as Trump’s front-runner status in the Republican primaries began to truly unnerve the conservative establishment, several figures

  • What on Earth is happening to our temperature? – Part 3 and last

    What on Earth is happening to our temperature? – Part 3 and last

    NOTE FROM THE EDITOR: Dear reader: Perhaps you’ve heard that the Earth is warming and the glaziers will melt and so on… But you’ve probably also heard that all this about the global warming is just an engineered plan by the global government agents to expand and control the people. In other words, is a

  • Police departments now allow recent potheads to be cops

    Police departments now allow recent potheads to be cops

    by Jack Burns The Free Thought Project interviewed Jamie (last name withheld) who said he’d always wanted to become a police officer since leaving the Marines after the first Gulf War. But, he said, he had one obstacle to overcome before joining the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department in North Carolina. He’d smoked weed while in high

  • Uber drivers and taxis clash in Mazatlán

    Uber drivers and taxis clash in Mazatlán

    Uber’s arrival in the city has not been welcomed by taxi drivers Compiled by Mexico News Daily Tempers flared in Mazatlán, Sinaloa, this week where there were at least three confrontations between drivers of the Uber car hire service and taxi operators. On Wednesday, the two came to blows at various locations outside hotels in

  • Here are the top 10 broken  promises of Trump’s first 100 days

    Here are the top 10 broken promises of Trump’s first 100 days

    by Annabelle Bamforth President Donald Trump has hit his 100-day mark as commander in chief. While Trump has made good on some of his promises such as making adjustments to government agencies, creating a coalition to combat the opioid crisis, and making sweeping changes to the federal tax code, he made a plethora of campaign