Artículos de la Categoría " Noticias Nacionales "

  • July 4: Happy Independence Day America! ! !

    In celebration of America’s Independence Day, this “Tribute To U.S. Troops,” is the finest tribute to our nation:

    Although our school children have been taught over the last 40 years or so that the 4th of July is a “school …


  • Admite Villarraigosa lazo con reportera

    Los Angeles, Estados Unidos.- El Alcalde de Los Ángeles, Antonio Villaraigosa, quien se está divorciando de su esposa, confirmó el martes que mantiene una relación con la reportera Mirthala Salinas, de Telemundo. Villaraigosa pidió que se respete su vida privada …



  • TB patient does not have most dangerous form

    WASHINGTON- The U.S. tuberculosis patient who was legally isolated after fleeing across international borders does not have the most dangerous form of TB but instead a strain that is easier to treat, his doctors said on Tuesday. They said that …



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    Venezuela’s Chavez seen wanting office ‘for life’

    REYNOSA, Mexico – Ecuadorean computer technician Agustina Herrera paid people smugglers $14,000 to slip into the United States illegally two years ago, swimming the Rio Grande, tramping through swamps and nearly dying from snake bites.

    Now, after being deported last …


  • Guantanamo prison poems to be published in U.S.

    MIAMI – Poems written by Guantanamo prisoners about their lives as captives of the United States have been compiled in a book that will be published this summer with an endorsement from a former U.S. poet laureate.

    “Poems From Guantanamo: …


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    Ex-Kennedy wife say Vatican overturns annulment

    BOSTON – After a decade-long crusade, Sheila Rauch Kennedy said on Thursday the Roman Catholic Church had overturned its annulment of her 12-year marriage to former Rep. Joseph P. Kennedy.

    Rauch Kennedy had taken her appeal of the Boston Archdiocese’s …


  • My fate in Bush’s hands, say US Attorney General

    WASHINGTON – US Attorney General Alberto Gonzales said Wednesday his fate was in the hands of President George W. Bush, but denied his department sacked eight government prosecutors for political reasons.

    “Ultimately, I serve at the pleasure of the president …



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