Friday - Sep 21, 2018
  • Grocery Outlet Launches ‘Independence from Hunger®’ Campaign for Eighth Year

    Grocery Outlet Launches ‘Independence from Hunger®’ Campaign for Eighth Year

    One of Every Five Latinos Faces Food Insecurity Emeryville, Calif. – Grocery Outlet Bargain Market, the country’s fastest growing extreme discount store chain, launched its Independence from Hunger® Food Collection Campaign to combat food insecurity for the eighth consecutive year. From June 27 through July 31, 2018, the campaign will raise food and cash donations

  • Mexico election: Andrés Manuel López Obrador wins in historic landslide victory

    Mexico election: Andrés Manuel López Obrador wins in historic landslide victory

    Exit polls show baseball-loving nationalist who counts Jeremy Corbyn as a friend is now the new president elect by Tom Phillips and David Agren in Mexico City A baseball-loving left-wing nationalist who has vowed to crack down on corruption, rein in Mexico’s war on drugs and rule for the poor has been elected president of

  • Eating fish once a week cuts risk of sudden cardiac death by half

    Eating fish once a week cuts risk of sudden cardiac death by half

    by RJ Jhonson Heart disease remains among the world’s top killers, causing one in every four deaths in the U.S. alone. A paper suggests that to reduce your risk of succumbing to the disease, one of the best things you can do is eat fish. The study examined the risk of sudden death caused by

  • Desperate for reason to exist, NATO installs itself in Latin America

    Desperate for reason to exist, NATO installs itself in Latin America

    The US military colony of Colombia is now a “global partner” of NATO, spooking Bolivia and Venezuela by Elliott Gabriel Colombia’s formal partnership with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) marks the first time that a Latin American country has joined the European group, and signals a new shift toward the Global South by the

  • Soccer team asks fans to resist ‘puto’ chant as FIFA investigates

    Soccer team asks fans to resist ‘puto’ chant as FIFA investigates

    Soccer association has announced disciplinary action after chant heard at World Cup match by Mexico News Daily Mexico’s national soccer team is asking fans to drop the popular “Eh, puto!” chant after FIFA, international soccer’s governing body, announced disciplinary procedures on Monday following its use during Sunday’s World Cup match between Mexico and Germany. The

  • Mexico City market mural project enters second stage

    Mexico City market mural project enters second stage

    It will make the Central de Abasto the largest open-air art gallery in Latin America by the El Reportero’s news service The second stage of an ambitious mural project that will turn the walls of Mexico City’s largest wholesale market into Latin America’s largest open-air art gallery is under way in earnest. When the Central

  • “Once Gay” Christians defend their right to counseling, but legislators remain unmoved

    “Once Gay” Christians defend their right to counseling, but legislators remain unmoved

    by Greg Burt Hundreds of Christians from throughout the state gathered at the California state capitol last week to defend the liberty of “once gay” citizens to receive counseling and resources to help them live lives in accordance with their faith. AB 2943, introduced and sponsored by the LGBT legislative caucus, threatens anyone, even churches,

  • How a journalist’s death live on air became a symbol of Nicaragua’s crisis

    How a journalist’s death live on air became a symbol of Nicaragua’s crisis

    Ángel Gahona was live-streaming a protest against President Daniel Ortega when he was shot dead. His family believe the aim was to silence him Carl David Goette-Luciak in Bluefields Two weeks before broadcasting his own death on Facebook, Ángel Gahona admitted fearing his days were numbered. “If I turn up dead one day, don’t be