Wednesday - Feb 20, 2019
  • CONFIRMED: A quercetin-tocotrienols combination combats cancer

    CONFIRMED: A quercetin-tocotrienols combination combats cancer

    by Lance D Johnson The battle against cancer is heading into new territory, as scientists explore the healing ability of substances that support the body’s cells, instead of killing them off. Researchers from the Italian National Institute of Health and Science on Aging (INRCA) have made a breakthrough discovery for preventing the spread of malignant

  • Aviation complex will design and build planes, train pilots

    Aviation complex will design and build planes, train pilots

    Three locations in Guanajuato are under consideration for the 100-hectare development by the El Reportero’s wire services A Mexican conglomerate is holding talks with the Guanajuato government with a view to building an aviation complex in the state that will design and assemble planes as well as train pilots. IK Aerospace Group, made up of

  • New help center for the homeless is inaugurated in the SF Mission District

    New help center for the homeless is inaugurated in the SF Mission District

    by Fernando A. Torres Catholic Charities reported that the new social assistance center called Access Point The Mission, will join its program of prevention of homeless families and help services on immigration in a new location at 3270 18th Street with South Van Ness. The presence of Catholic Charities and their social programs is not

  • Message of urgency about the avalanche of migrants that is approaching Tijuana

    Message of urgency about the avalanche of migrants that is approaching Tijuana

    by Bernardo Méndez @Americasinmuros, its president Kino Miquirray and its director Bernardo Méndez Lugo inform as a matter of urgency and national emergency: Possible scenario with the arrival of caravans exodus migrants to the border of Mexico-US: the case of Tijuana, urgent actions of the three levels of government. It is very possible that of

  • The Latin Grammy Premiere to be held in Las Vegas

    The Latin Grammy Premiere to be held in Las Vegas

    by the El Reportero‘s news services The Latin GRAMMY Premiere™ ceremony will be held at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas on Nov. 15, during which thirty-nine out of the 49 categories will be awarded. Premiere, which is attended by more than 1,000 guests and is broadcast globally, is followed by the 19th

  • El Chapo’s lawyer claims cartel bribed presidents Peña Nieto, Calderón

    El Chapo’s lawyer claims cartel bribed presidents Peña Nieto, Calderón

    Both have rejected the accusation, which claims that the Sinaloa Cartel paid them millions of dollars by Mexico News Daily A lawyer for former drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán claimed yesterday that the Sinaloa Cartel paid huge bribes to the current Mexican president and his predecessor. In his opening statement at the New York

  • Central American migrants are now traveling in at least 12 states

    Central American migrants are now traveling in at least 12 states

    A first contingent has already arrived in Tijuana, where authorities are seeking aid for shelters by Mexico News Daily Central American migrants are now traveling through at least 12 Mexican states en route to the United States, according to authorities. Members of the first migrant caravan began to split into smaller groups after leaving Mexico

  • We don’t need a license to let our children play

    We don’t need a license to let our children play

    NOTE FROM THE EDITOR: Dear readers: I’ve been following for almost a decade, the slowly loss of freedom in the land of the free, the United States, and how a police state has been emerging before our own eyes while we are brained-washed and entertained by crappy TV programs, junk music, and the destruction of

  • 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