After the testimony of Christine Blasey Ford, the Judiciary Committee has approved the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to go to the floor of the Senate. So, what are the possible scenarios?
Después del sentido testimonio de Christine Blasey Ford, el Comité Judiciario ha aprobado la nominación de Brett Kavanaugh para que pase al suelo del Senado. Aquí te explicamos lo que puede pasar a partir de ahora.
The latest confrontation between Democrats and Republicans is taking place on the floor of Congress, where the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court has led to a deep moral debate.
La última confrontación entre demócratas y republicanos está teniendo lugar en el suelo del Congreso, donde la nominación del Juez Brett Kavanaugh ha desembocado en un profundo debate moral.
The sentencing to 175 years in prison to Dr. Larry Nassar has put on the table the reality of child sexual abuse off the red carpet.
La condena a 175 años de prisión al Doctor Larry Nassar ha puesto sobre la mesa la realidad del abuso sexual infantil fuera de la alfombra roja.
“Es difícil decir que alguien a quien amaste te violó. Alguien a quien TODAVÍA amas” – Timothy Heller
“It’s hard to say someone you loved raped you. Someone you STILL love.” - Timothy Heller
“En aquél momento, me dije a mí mismo que lo que estaba haciendo estaba bien, porque nunca le mostré mi pene a una mujer sin preguntarle antes, lo que también es cierto”. – Louis C.K.
“At the time, I said to myself what I was doing was O.K. because I never showed a woman my dick without asking first, which is also true.” - Louis C.K.
Six hours after a van killed 13 people and injured 100 in Las Ramblas,a popular seaside town 100 miles south of the Catalan capital was hit by second vehicle attack, leaving seven wounded.
The Vatican treasurer, Cardinal George Pell, has firmly denied any wrongdoing after being charged with sex offences in his native Australia.
Instead of working with Democrats in a bipartisan way to improve our current health care system, Republicans passed a bill that would allow insurers to bring back discrimination against people with pre-existing conditions.
Last week, I packed my husband and two sons off to enjoy their much-anticipated viewing of the new superhero movie “Wonder Woman.”
I used to partake in such outings to the summer action blockbuster, but by the time “Wonder Woman” came out, I was already sick and tired of being browbeaten by countless feminine-power “hot takes” and “think pieces,” plus the inevitable reports of outrage.
In the wake of the deadly London attacks, Facebook made yet another statement in which it reaffirmed its desire to be a force for good and not a platform for hatred.
In March, two illegal immigrant teens were accused of attacking and raping a 14-year-old girl in a Maryland high school bathroom stall. The girl had reported the boys to the police, claiming that they’d held her down as she cried and tried to break free, and repeatedly told them to stop and as they took turns assaulting her.
If Laura Kipnis thought she was under fire in 2015 after writing an essay for The Chronicle of Higher Education criticizing an emergent “sexual paranoia” on college campuses, then her new book will surely catapult her into public-enemy No. 1 status in the eyes of legions of angry feminists.
Local police chief of Los Angeles say crime reports filed by Latinos are down, suggesting fear of deportation, as reported in El País.
“Let me say this. I only expect the Black media to uphold the standards of excellence in journalism and when you do that you have to go in with a neutral mind,” Cosby said.