Monday - Feb 18, 2019
  • Benicio del Toro returns to Cuba with ‘Sicario’

    Benicio del Toro returns to Cuba with ‘Sicario’

    by the El Reportero’s news services A new film about an old problem, brought Puerto Rican actor Benicio del Toro back to the New Latin American Film Festival of Havana, which space is considered today relevant for the regional movie. The winner of the Oscar for ‘Traffic’ (2000) presented his most recent work in the

  • Organic strawberries found to stop the growth of cancer cells

    Organic strawberries found to stop the growth of cancer cells

    by Michelle Simmons Berries have been widely studied for their potential health benefits, particularly their anti-cancer properties. Various studies have provided evidence that among berries, strawberries, organic ones, in particular, can fight against cancer. In a study conducted by researchers from Sweden, it was revealed that extract from organic strawberries are especially effective at inhibiting

  • Vitamin D deficiency during pregnancy linked to autism in children

    Vitamin D deficiency during pregnancy linked to autism in children

    by Zoey Sky Vitamin D, also called the “sunshine vitamin,” does more than keep your bones and teeth healthy. According to a study, taking enough vitamin D when you’re pregnant can help lower your unborn child’s risk of developing autism. The study, which was published in the journal Molecular Psychiatry, is part of “Generation R,”

  • Banksters hate the free market

    Banksters hate the free market

    NOTE FROM THE EDITOR: Dear readers, Have you wondered what the government was created for and is it for? Phrases like this: “the very raison d’etre of the government is to undermine, skew and other things. The government, after all, is a claim of ownership over a geographical territory by a cartel of criminals, and

  • Migrants’ caravan leaves Mexico City, bound for northern border

    Migrants’ caravan leaves Mexico City, bound for northern border

    Nearly 2,400 left a temporary shelter, looking for rides to Querétaro By the El Reportero’s wire services Thousands of Central Americans left Mexico City Thursday morning to continue their journey towards the United States border as President Donald Trump railed against past and present migrant caravans and continued to argue for his long-promised wall. Authorities

  • US refuses to withdraw diplomats from Venezuela after Maduro breaks ties

    US refuses to withdraw diplomats from Venezuela after Maduro breaks ties

    “We call on the Venezuelan military and security forces to continue protecting the welfare and well-being of all Venezuelan citizens, as well as US and other foreign citizens in Venezuela” by the El Reportero’s wire services US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has refused to pull diplomats from Caracas, arguing the government that severed diplomatic

  • AMLO slams Fitch ratings agency ‘hypocrisy’ for Pemex downgrade

    AMLO slams Fitch ratings agency ‘hypocrisy’ for Pemex downgrade

    President says corruption is over and that investors with ethics know that Pemex is a solid company by Mexico News Daily President López Obrador has slammed the Fitch ratings agency after it downgraded the credit rating of the state oil company yesterday to just above junk status. Fitch cut Pemex’s Issuer Default Ratings (IDRs) for

  • Russia and key allies vow to stand by Maduro in Venezuela crisis

    Russia and key allies vow to stand by Maduro in Venezuela crisis

    Vladimir Putin offers support to Venezuelan leader in crisis ‘provoked by abroad’ by Andrew Roth, Lily Kuo, David Agren, Ed Augustin, Peter Walker and agencies Key allies of Venezuela’s embattled president, Nicolás Maduro, led by Russia and China, have warned the US not to intervene in support of the opposition leader Juan Guaidó’s attempt to

  • Census 2020 – Continued dispute over legality of immigration status question

    Census 2020 – Continued dispute over legality of immigration status question

    To erase our presence: the growing political force in this country by Fernando A. Torres Special for El Reportero The incorporation of the question about the migratory status into the Census 2020 that the presidency is trying to impose is still in legal dispute. The first legal opinion in this regard was that of Jesse