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How do we do that?

 11/27/2016 - 15:54
Bernie Sanders in the South Bronx, on March 31st, 2016. Photo: Michael Vadon/WIKI COMMONS

What happens when an artist tries to understand a politician? Famous film-maker Spike Lee interviews Senator Bernie Sanders to discuss Donald Trump victory, what the Democrats did wrong, and how the US is going to survive 2017.

Spike Lee: Let me ask you another question. How can you tell another country that they’ve got to pay for a wall? Or fences? How does that work?

Improvised Salsa

 11/27/2016 - 15:47
 A man pays tribute to late Cuban leader Fidel Castro at the Embassy of Cuba in Hanoi, Vietnam, 28 November 2016. Former Cuban President Fidel Castro died at the age of 90, in Cuba, on 25 November 2016. EPA/LUONG THAI LINH

Following Obama's open policy and the recent death of Fidel Castro, there should be a new chance to reduce tensions between the US and China. But it doesn't look lite it. Raúl Castro’s plans to secure the legacy of his brother’s 1959 Cuban Revolution appear to be contradictory with the incoming Trump administration, whose top members said Sunday that Cuba would have to make significant “changes” in order for the normalization path charted by President Obama to continue. Both Castros have long insisted they would never kneel to American pressure.

More than Maple leafs

 11/22/2016 - 15:17
Cannabis Station, a medical marijuana dispensary located at the intersection of Lawrence Street and 20th Avenue in Denver, Colorado. The shop occupies a former gas station. JEFFREY BEALL / WIKI COMMONS

Last week, marijuana stocks in Canada skyrocketed suddenly, despite evident indications that the government plans to go slow in its promise to legalize recreational marijuana use (scheduled for next Spring). The increases may have gotten a boost from pot legalization votes in four U.S. states, Colorado and Oregon. In Canada, marijuana comes under federal jurisdiction, unlike in the United States, where regulation is shared by the states and federal government.

The Price is Right

 11/22/2016 - 15:07
The Holiday Season has arrived and many people get stressed when it comes to decide how much to spend on presents. The Internet is full of guidelines to help you not to collapse, mentally and economically. EFE/ERIK S. LESSER

Time for shopping is around the corner, but you don’t need to bankrupt to show off how generous you are. This accurate guideline made by etiquette experts on how much to spend on holiday gifts based on who you are shopping for will help you: Siblings and cousins: $20 and up; Nieces and nephews: $25 and up (what about asking the parents about making a contribution to the child’s college fund?). Ups. Sorry for your close friends and coworkers: assign $15, for them; while for your  in-laws: $20 and up.

Get Hygge With It!

 11/21/2016 - 14:51
Hygge, which means coziness and good spirits in Danish, is a new world trend. Photo: Wiki Commons

Kill the Hipster in you. Forget about your Hipster bars, your Hipster clothes, your hipster way of life. “Hygge” ,  Danish for coziness and good spirits, has been listed as a “word of the year” by both the Collins and Oxford dictionaries – alongside Brexit and Trumpism – in the lexicographers’ annual public-relations exercise. Christmas markets, wool socks, friendly hugs. Hygge is, then, a retreat, an escape, a turning-inwards.

Flying High

 11/20/2016 - 17:20
Drones can have very different uses, from military to health and medical uses like the one in the photo (it carries an automatic defibrillator). However, drug dealers in Panama are using them to smuggle cocaine from Colombia. EFE/David Fernández

Colombia’s drug dealers are using drones to transport drugs to Panama. On Nov. 15, Colombian authorities confiscated one such vehicle, which they suspect was being used to ferry small shipments of cocaine from a jungle region in Colombia to the neighboring country. As reported in Quartz

 

Una campaña para el periodismo en la Sociedad de PA 2018

 12/04/2018 - 15:45
Senador Bob Casey. Fotos Desiree Halpern

Líderes de todo el estado de Pensilvania viajaron hasta la ciudad de Nueva York el pasado viernes para participar en el segundo evento anual Pennsylvania Leaders Connection, una recepción especial auspiciada por la AL DÍA Foundation, el brazo sin fines de lucro de AL DÍA News Media. Ante más de 300 personas que asistieron a la recepeción en el Hotel Hilton en Manhattan, los líderes de la Fundación, Anthony Rosado y Hernán Guaracao desvelaron el nuevo sitio de web de AL DÍA. El evento tuvo lugar durante el fin de semana de la Sociedad de Pensilvania, y fue presentado por Wells Fargo. 

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Una reparación histórica

 02/10/2017 - 20:41

Paraguay entregó el viernes por primera vez los restos de cuatro personas desaparecidas durante la dictadura militar a sus familiares, en una ceremonia que pretende sanar el pasado y ajustar el presente de tantos civiles que aún esperan justicia y apoyo por parte del gobierno, según reporta Reuters.

Estos son los primeros restos en ser identificados en el país que vivió bajo la dictadura del general Alfredo Stroeesner entre 1954 y 1989. Hoy en día siguen habiendo centenares de desaparecidos.

El pueblo Mexicano responde al muro

 02/02/2017 - 15:30
El pueblo Mexicano responde al muro

Mientras los bandos políticos se enredan en debates económicos y en suspensión de reuniones diplomáticas, el pueblo mexicano ha recurrido a las redes sociales para responder ante las medidas radicales del presidente estadounidense Donald J. Trump.

“AdiósStarbucks” y “AdiósProductosGringos” son las tendencias más populares en las redes sociales, según reporta CNN en Español.

¡Mujeres a la carga!

 01/17/2017 - 17:33

Cientos de personas están dispuestas a marchar este sábado en Washington D.C. en protesta a la inauguración del Presidente Electo Donald J. Trump.

Entre las múltiples organizaciones que han confirmado su participación, la Marcha de Mujeres es una de las más representativas del momento. Con la aparición de Linda Sarsour y Carmen Perez en el CNN Newsroom, la manifestación de mujeres en contra del que pareciera ser el presidente más misógino de la historia de los Estados Unidos, cobra fuerza.

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