Artículos de la Categoría " Noticias Nacionales "

  • <!--:es-->Guantanamo tribunals face court scrutiny<!--:-->

    Guantanamo tribunals face court scrutiny

    WASHINGTON – Osama bin Laden’s former driver is at the heart of a U.S. Supreme Court case this week that could determine whether President George W. Bush has the power to use military tribunals in his war on terrorism.

    The …

  • Bush calls for Fair Immigration Bill

    WASHINGTON – The debate over immigration stretched from the White House to the West Coast as thousands of demonstrators protested proposals to crack down on illegal immigrants.

    President Bush, in addressing an issue that has divided his party, underscored America’s …

  • Descartan vínculo Crimen – Migración

    Washington DC, Estados Unidos.- Los vecindarios de inmigrantes en Estados Unidos son en general más pacíficos que el resto de los barrios en el país reveló un estudio aparecido en la revista estadounidense American Journal of Public Health.

    Coordinado por …

  • <!--:es-->Episcopal church faces another showdown over gays<!--:-->

    Episcopal church faces another showdown over gays

    CHICAGO – The U.S. Episcopal Church is headed for another showdown over homosexuality in a rift that has already shaken the worldwide Anglican church family to which it belongs, and threatens even more division.

    The next flashpoint will occur in …

  • Former teacher won’t face sex crime trial

    TAMPA, Florida – A former Florida teacher who pleaded guilty to having sex with a 14-year-old boy will not have to stand trial on additional charges because prosecutors dropped those charges.

    Debra LaFave pleaded guilty in November in Tampa to …

  • Child porn ring transmitted acts live on Web: US

    CHICAGO – U.S. and Canadian authorities said they had cracked an international child pornography network that in some cases transmitted molestations live over the Internet.

    «These are the worst imaginable forms of child pornography,» said U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, …

  • Bishops bend rules for St. Patrick’s Day

    MILWAUKEE – Michael O’Leary doesn’t need to choose between sinning and nibbling this St. Patrick’s Day. O’Leary will enjoy his corned beef on Friday with a clear conscience — thanks to a special dispensation from another Irish-American, Archbishop Timothy Dolan …

  • <!--:es-->Saddam urges Iraqi resistance during trial<!--:-->

    Saddam urges Iraqi resistance during trial

    BAGHDAD – Iraqi police accused U.S. troops of killing five children in a raid on an al Qaeda suspect on Wednesday as ousted leader Saddam Hussein used his televised trial to call on people to «resist the invaders.»

    The judge …

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