Tuesday - Nov 20, 2018
  • Beyond an artificial world

    Beyond an artificial world

    Futurists are inclined to predict a world in which AI (artificial intelligence) will take over a major portion of what is now human activity. In a matter of decades, for example, they say one computer will have more capacity than all the human brains on the planet put together. Then, the prediction goes, AI will

  • Political prisoners explain hunger strike against abuses in prisons in Nicaragua

    Political prisoners explain hunger strike against abuses in prisons in Nicaragua

    by the El Reportero’s wire services Some 120 political detainees left in the National Penitentiary System (SPN) arrived Thursday on their third day with an indefinite hunger strike in protest against the ill-treatment they suffer and for their liberty removed by the political revenge of the repressive regime by Daniel Ortega and Rosario Murillo in

  • U.S. is denying passports to Hispanics, questioning citizenship

    U.S. is denying passports to Hispanics, questioning citizenship

    by the El Reportero’s wire services      The Trump administration is accusing hundreds, and possibly thousands, of Latinos along the border of using fraudulent birth certificates since they were babies, and it is undertaking a widespread crackdown on their citizenship.     In a statement, the State Department said that it ‘has not changed policy or practice regarding

  • 8 years after Los Zetas’ massacre of 72 migrants, ‘no real investigation’

    8 years after Los Zetas’ massacre of 72 migrants, ‘no real investigation’

    11 have been charged in Tamaulipas mass murder, but no one sentenced by Mexico Daily News Eight years after 72 undocumented migrants were killed in a massacre in Tamaulipas, authorities still haven’t conducted a “real investigation” into the crime, charges the head of an NGO that represents the families of 10 victims. Ana Lorena Delgadillo,

  • Aretha Franklin, queen of soul’s funeral set for Aug. 31

    Aretha Franklin, queen of soul’s funeral set for Aug. 31

    por los  servicios de noticias de El  Reportero      El funeral de la cantante estadounidense Aretha Franklin, conocida mundialmente como la reina del soul, será el 31 de agosto en Detroit, confirmó su portavoz y representante, Gwendolyn Quinn.     La vocalista también apodada Lady Soul y reconocida como una de las artistas más influyentes

  • La Patronal from Perú, free concert

    La Patronal from Perú, free concert

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff      Hailing from the Peruvian capital of Lima, La Patronal is a singular brass band rooted in the tradition of fiestas populares (or town fairs) common in rural villages across Latin America. Direct descendants of rural musicians from Peru, the members of La Patronal combine their first-hand knowledge of folk culture with their formal music

  • Household cleaning chemicals decrease lung function over time

    Household cleaning chemicals decrease lung function over time

    by RJ Jhonson      Being clean may do wonders for your health, but how you do it may leave you worse off. As has been suspected by researchers for a long time, the use of cleaning products can harm your lungs and you may not even know it.    A study from the University of Bergen in Norway looked

  • The many health benefits of eating organic strawberries

    The many health benefits of eating organic strawberries

    by Michelle Simmons      Strawberries are more than just their delectable taste. This fruit, particularly its organic versions, offer many health benefits. Here are some of them:    Strawberries are an excellent source of antioxidants: Strawberries are rich in antioxidants because of their flavonoid content. Because of their antioxidant capacity, they ward off free radical damage to

  • NOTE FROM THE EDITOR:

    NOTE FROM THE EDITOR:

    Dear reader, the following piece, published by The Free Thought Project, a website whose mission is to “foster the creation and expansion of liberty-minded solutions to modern day tyrannical oppression. It is a well-described article that details how our nation, the United States of America, has taken the wrong path in its mission to securing the real liberty dream that the Founding

  • Letter from Catholic priest to the New York Times

    Letter from Catholic priest to the New York Times

    Dear brother and sister journalist:      I am a simple Catholic priest. I am happy and proud of my vocation. I have lived in Angola for 20 years as a missionary.    I see in many media, especially in your newspaper, the broadening of the subject in a morbid way, investigating in detail the