Thursday - Dec 13, 2018
  • As El Chapo’s day in court begins, El Mayo fights to control the Sinaloa Cartel

    As El Chapo’s day in court begins, El Mayo fights to control the Sinaloa Cartel

    The cartel is estimated to take in US $11 billion a year by Mexico News Daily As preparations proceed for Mexico’s most notorious drug lord to face trial in the United States, his successor continues to bring in massive profits for the Sinaloa Cartel. Almost two years after his extradition to the United States, Joaquín

  • Local victories power California tenant movement, despite Prop. 10 loss

    Local victories power California tenant movement, despite Prop. 10 loss

    by the El Reportero’s wire services Proposition 10, the proposed initiative to repeal the Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act, was stymied at the state ballot Tuesday thanks to an unprecedented $74 million in real estate industry opposition money, but there were also victories for rent control at local ballots across California. In Oakland, voters approved Measure

  • Two busloads of migrants reported missing; CDMX shelter at capacity

    Two busloads of migrants reported missing; CDMX shelter at capacity

    Human rights official claims about 100 are missing after they were kidnapped and turned over to criminals by Mexico News Daily Two busloads of Central Americans traveling as part of the first migrant caravan were kidnapped and handed over to a criminal organization, a human rights official claims. The National Human Rights Commission (CNDH) said

  • The “truth” about anti-oxidants

    The “truth” about anti-oxidants

    by Ben Fuchs First person I get lots of letters. Mostly they’re honest questions from folks trying to resolve health issues and get back on track with taking care of their bodies, getting off prescription drugs and getting on a good nutritional supplement program. Sometimes I get positive feedback or kudos encouraging me to carry

  • Local victories power California tenant movement, despite Prop. 10 loss

    Local victories power California tenant movement, despite Prop. 10 loss

    by the El Reportero’s wire services Proposition 10, the proposed initiative to repeal the Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act, was stymied at the state ballot Tuesday thanks to an unprecedented $74 million in real estate industry opposition money, but there were also victories for rent control at local ballots across California. In Oakland, voters approved Measure

  • Led Zeppelin continues battle for Stairway to Heaven’s rights

    Led Zeppelin continues battle for Stairway to Heaven’s rights

    by the El Reportero’s news services The members of the legendary British rock band Led Zeppelin are fighting in court for the copyright of the iconic song Stairway to Heaven, specialized media reported on Thursday. The lawsuit over Stairway to Heaven was filed two years ago, when it was claimed in court that Led Zeppelin

  • Opera singers to compete in Metropolitan Opera auditions in San Miguel

    Opera singers to compete in Metropolitan Opera auditions in San Miguel

    Up to four winners will advance to the next step in the auditions process by the El Reportero’s news services Classical music promoter Pro Musica of San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, has been named the Mexico organizer for the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions (MONCA). The competition gives young opera singers the opportunity to launch

  • “Imprisoned” benefit screening in support of Puerto Ricans in Action

    “Imprisoned” benefit screening in support of Puerto Ricans in Action

    by the El Reportero‘s news services An Imprisoned Benefit Screening in support of Puerto Ricans in Action (PRiA) will take place, to raise funds for Hurricane Maria relief efforts through donations made at this star-studded, red carpet event. The Imprisoned Benefit Screening presented by OPENING showcase, in association with the American Cinematheque, will be hosted

  • Vanity Fair magazine recognizes Salma Hayek

    Vanity Fair magazine recognizes Salma Hayek

    The Mexican actress was named Personality of the Year by the magazine’s Spanish edition by the El Reportero‘s staff Mexican actress Salma Hayek has been named Personality of the Year by the magazine Vanity Fair Spain. A gala hosted by the Teatro Real opera house of Madrid was the setting for Hayek’s acknowledgement, a ceremony