Artículos de la Categoría " Noticias Nacionales "

  • Bush says $286 bln highway bill creates U.S. jobs

    MONTGOMERY, Ill – President Bush signed a $286.5 billion highway bill on Wednesday that he said would create new jobs but which critics contend is stuffed with billions of dollars worth of lawmakers’ pet projects.

    The legislation funds road and …


  • Rinden Tributo a Astronautas en Houston!

    Houston, Estados Unidos.- Después de concluir con éxito su misión en el espacio, los siete astronautas del Discovery fueron recibidos hoy por cientos de personas quienes les dieron la bienvenida en el Campo Ellington, en Houston.

    Los cerca de 700 …




  • Clinton: US cannot isolate itself to fight terror

    PARIS – Former U.S. President Bill Clinton said on Tuesday the United States needed to build alliances rather than pursuing policies that might foster terrorism.

    «We cannot isolate ourselves from the world behind walls. We cannot kill all our enemies,» …



  • Bush no respalda una Amnistía Migratoria!

    La Casa Blanca aseguró que la administración del presidente George W. Bush lleva a cabo «consultas» con el Congreso para discutir las bases de una reforma inmigratoria, pero adelantó que «no permitirá» que se incluya una «amnistía» para beneficiar indocumentados.…


  • Mexico vows tighter border security after US move

    MEXICO CITY – Mexico promised to tighten security on its U.S. border after Washington closed a consulate in the lawless city of Nuevo Laredo because police have failed to curb spiraling violence.

    President Vicente Fox’s spokesman said tougher measures would …


  • Spacewalking astronaut repairs heat shield

    HOUSTON – Spacewalking astronaut Steve Robinson plucked a couple of loose fiber strips from Discovery’s belly on Wednesday in an unprecedented repair to the shuttle’s heat shield.

    «I’m grasping it and I’m pulling it and it’s coming out very easily. …


  • Bomb kills 14 U.S. Marines in Iraq

    BAGHDAD – Insurgents blew up a U.S. assault vehicle in western Iraq, killing 14 Marines and a civilian interpreter in the deadliest roadside bomb attack against American forces since the war began.

    In the southern city of Basra, an American …


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