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Ministerial en Buenos Aires

Por Isaac Cohen* La décimo primera conferencia ministerial de la Organización Mundial de Comercio (OMC) comenzó el domingo en Buenos Aires, presidida por la representante del gobierno anfitrión, la Ministra de Argentina Susana Malcorra. Esta reunión bianual se lleva a cabo bajo elevadas expectativas sobre cómo recibirán la nueva política comercial introspectiva de Estados Unidos […]

High School Seniors are Recognized for Their Leadership in the Classroom and Community

High School Seniors are Recognized for Their Leadership in the Classroom and Community

WASHINGTON, D.C. [CapitalWirePR] December 4, 2017 – Today, The Hispanic Heritage Foundation (HHF) announced the recipients of the Washington, DC Regional Hispanic Heritage Youth Awards (see names below). Twenty-one local high school seniors will be honored for their leadership in the classroom and community during a ceremony at Arent Fox | Auditorium- 2nd Floor | […]

Market Economy?

By Isaac Cohen* The fifteenth anniversary of China’s accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO) was on December 11, 2016. According to the instrument of accession, those fifteen years had to elapse before China could be recognized as a “market economy.” However, the European Union and the United States have not yet granted China such […]

Senator Sanders Challenges Trump to Reject GOP Plan to Cut Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid

READING, Penn., Dec. 3 – At a rally here Sunday against the Republican tax bill, U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) challenged President Donald Trump to keep his word to protect Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid. “Mr. President, you told the American people time and time again you were not going to cut Social Security, Medicare […]

Priorities

By Isaac Cohen* The White House announced, on November 15, that President Donald Trump during his trip to Asia “secured new projects and deals,” in the following countries. In China “trade and investment deals potentially worth US$250 billion.” In South Korea “64 new projects that will invest more than $17 billion in the United States […]

Denaturalization Sought Against Five Child Sexual Abusers in Florida, Illinois, and Texas

WASHINGTON – Today, the U.S. Department of Justice filed denaturalization lawsuits against five individuals who, according to the Department’s complaints, unlawfully procured their U.S. citizenship by concealing sexual abuse of minor victims during the naturalization process. The civil complaints were filed in federal court in the Southern District of Florida, the Northern District of Illinois, […]

CARECEN Stands Firm is Support of the Haitian Community and Denounces DHS Decision to Cancel TPS

Washington, DC – The Central American Resource Center (CARECEN) condemns the Department of Homeland Security’s decision to end TPS for Haitians by providing final 18-month extension. This action runs counter to the well-documented reports of precarious conditions in Haiti, including the earthquakes, hurricanes, poverty, compromised infrastructure, and vulnerability to natural disasters that continues to drive […]

MS-13 Members and Associates Charged Federally in ICE’s ‘Operation Raging Bull’

MS-13 Members and Associates Charged Federally in ICE’s ‘Operation Raging Bull’

53 arrested in El Salvador, 214 arrested across the United States. WASHINGTON — U.S. Department of Justice and U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) officials today announced the results of stepped up efforts by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and the department to target and dismantle MS-13 – culminating in the arrest of 267 […]

Sanders Statement on House Passage of Republican Tax Plan

WASHINGTON, Nov. 16 – Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) issued the following statement Thursday after the House passed its version of the Republican tax overhaul: “It is disappointing, but not surprising that the House Republicans just voted to give the Koch brothers and other billionaire campaign contributors a massive tax break. Under the House bill, the […]

Transpacific Partnership

By Isaac Cohen* President Donald Trump concluded a twelve day trip to Asia, which took him to five countries: Japan, South Korea, China, Vietnam and the Philippines. Upon his arrival in Vietnam, President Trump received the news that the eleven member governments of the TransPacific Partnership decided to proceed, without the United States, with the […]

New Helmsman

By Isaac Cohen* President Donald Trump decided, last week, to replace the incumbent at the Federal Reserve with his own candidate, the current member of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors Jerome Powell, to succeed Chairwoman Janet Yellen as the most powerful world banker. The fact that Mr. Powell has been a member of the […]