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Justice Department Secures the Denaturalization of Individual Convicted of Impersonating an Immigration Officer

Mexican Aracely Martínez impersonated an officer to defraud other immigrants residing unlawfully in the united states. WASHINGTON – On Aug. 21, Judge R. Gary Klausner of the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California entered an order that revoked the naturalized U.S. citizenship of a fraudster and immigration-officer impersonator, restrained and enjoined her […]

Ending Humanitarian Parole Puts Children in Danger

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Trump administration announced Tuesday that today it will end part of a program that provides certain young Central American migrants the opportunity to apply for refugee status and reunite with their parents. This change to the Central American Minors Refugee/Parole program will affect thousands of children who were given conditional parole […]

James Alex Fields Jr. Should be Charged with First Degree Murder

James Alex Fields Jr. Should be Charged with First Degree Murder

By Earl Ofari Hutchinson Virginia Commonwealth law is clear on what constitutes first degree murder. ”It is first degree murder to kill another by poison, lying in wait, imprisonment, starving, or by any willful, deliberate, and premeditated killing, or in the commission of, or attempt to commit, arson, rape, forcible sodomy, inanimate or animate object […]

Seniors Dance for Health, Life—and to Beat the Blues

Seniors Dance for Health, Life—and to Beat the Blues

By Jacqueline Garcia SAN FRANCISCO–When a group of elderly women dance, their eyes focus on their hands, their movements and their fans. Their dresses are colorful, flowers adorn their hair, and their shoes have heels, not too high but elegant. “Dancing is art and is life,” said Ana Miranda, age 65, after a presentation at […]

Montgomery County Executive Hispanic Gala announces “Educator of the Year” Awardee

Montgomery County Executive Hispanic Gala announces “Educator of the Year” Awardee

The 2017 Steering Committee of the Montgomery County Executive Hispanic Gala (MCEHG) announces that Evelyn González-Mills, Counselor and Professor at Montgomery College will be the recipient of the “Educator of the Year” Award to be presented during the gala celebration on September 7, 2017 to take place at The Fillmore Silver Spring. Evelyn González-Mills has […]

Senator Sanders Statement on Charlottesville Demonstration

Senator Sanders Statement on Charlottesville Demonstration

BURLINGTON, Vt., Aug. 12 – U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) issued the following statement on the white nationalist demonstration in Charlottesville, Virginia: “The white nationalist demonstration in Charlottesville, Virginia, is a reprehensible display of racism and hatred that has no place in our society. I am disgusted by the news, and my thoughts are with […]

Why Robots Are the Way of Our Aging Future

Why Robots Are the Way of Our Aging Future

By Elizabeth Payne SAN FRANCISCO — Paro closes its watery eyes, tilts its head and emits a soft cry. The robotic harp seal — the world’s best-known therapeutic robot — is the creation of Japanese scientist Robots to the Rescue? From a seal that can soothe and engage the elderly, to a talking boy who […]

Senator Sanders Statement on North Korea

Senator Sanders Statement on North Korea

BURLINGTON, Vermount., Aug. 9 – U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) issued the following statement Wednesday after President Donald Trump warned he could unleash “fire and fury” on North Korea: “President Trump’s bombastic rhetoric is not appropriate when we are dealing with the possibility of a nuclear war that could kill millions of people. North Korea’s […]

Tell ‘em What’s Really Wrong / Diles lo que está REALMENTE mal

Tell ‘em What’s Really Wrong / Diles lo que está REALMENTE mal

An evening of original work by young artists in our community celebrating Paso Nuevo’s 25thAnniversary Friday, August 4, 2017 at 8:00 pm Washington, DC [CapitalWirePR] August 3, 2017 – To launch Paso Nuevo’s 25th anniversary year, Paso Nuevo and participants of GALA’s Summer Youth Program are proud to present Tell “Em What’s REALLY Wrong, an […]

Farmworkers Dread the Possibility of Losing Medi-Cal

Farmworkers Dread the Possibility of Losing Medi-Cal

By Jenny Manrique ARVIN, Calif. — Arelia Sanchez is a tiny woman behind a big eight-month pregnant belly, but her voice speaks volumes. She says she doesn’t hide the fact that she is undocumented, and whenever she can, she reminds everybody that all of her four children were planned. Every time she has to go […]

McCain’s Health Battle Casts Ugly Glare on GOP Healthcare Assault

McCain’s Health Battle Casts Ugly Glare on GOP Healthcare Assault

By Earl Ofari Hutchinson Arizona Senator John McCain will get and deserves the best medical care he can get in his battle against brain cancer. Millions rightly will be pulling for his healthful recovery. But McCain’s health battle also casts an ugly glare on the hypocrisy and contradiction in the GOP’s relentless war against Obamacare. […]