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  • Pope Francis Wont Visit Mexico in 2015

    Pope Francis Wont Visit Mexico in 2015

    Por: Elizabeth Rosales   |   Hace 2 días

    Will visit the United States instead

    MEXICO.- Pope Francis' first visit to Mexican land won't happen any time soon , even though President Enrique Peña Nieto extended an invitation to the Pontiff back in June. News agency EFE reported, then, that the Catholic representative accepted the proposal of traveling to Mexico for the first time since he took charge of the Vatican, however, the Secretary General of the Mexican...

  • United States and Cuba to begin normalizing relations

    United States and Cuba to begin normalizing relations

    Por: Elizabeth Rosales   |   Hace 3 días

    Pope Francis acted as a mediator in talks

    UNITED STATES.- The feud between the United States and Cuba is over, as it was detailed today in simultaneous announcements from both President Barack Obama and Raúl Castro: "For humanitarian reasons" Cuba decided to free the American contractor, Alan Gross, who was incarcerated for 5 years in Havana, finishing his sentence for alleged espionage. At the same time, the United States freed...

  • Brother of former Mexican President cleared of all crimes

    Brother of former Mexican President cleared of all crimes

    Por: Elizabeth Rosales   |   Hace 4 días

    There will be no appeal by the state

    MEXICO.- Nineteen years later, after being charged with embezzlement, Mexican business man, Raul Salinas de Gortari was found not-guilty according to the last statement issued by the Third Penal Unitary Tribunal of the Federal District last Friday, and after being in trial for an appeal that was interjected by attorney Jesús Murillo Karam back in July 2013. The trial that declared the...

  • The  Kony 2012  organizers will call it quits in 2015

    The "Kony 2012" organizers will call it quits in 2015

    Por: Elizabeth Rosales   |   Hace 4 días

    There will be staff reduction at the San Diego based charity

    SAN DIEGO.- We can remember 2012 for many reasons. As the year of hurricane Sandy, Obama's reelection, and the 2012 Olympics in London, but..how many of you remember "Kony 2012" ? San Diego´s Invisible Children popular campaign meant to free African children from a murderous warlord. Well, in a blink of an eye, it's now long forgotten. In February 2012, social media shared non-stop a...

  • CBP Launches Border Wait Time App

    CBP Launches Border Wait Time App

    Por: CBP   |   Hace 4 días

    Planning Your Trip Across the Border Just Got Easier

    WASHINGTON—U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) today launched the Border Wait Time app making it easier for travelers to plan their trip across the border. The app provides estimated wait times and open lane status at land ports of entry allowing travelers to make an informed decision of where and when to cross the border. Wait times for pedestrian and passenger and commercial vehicle...

  • Ensenada Toll Road to Reopen Tomorrow Morning

    Ensenada Toll Road to Reopen Tomorrow Morning

    Por: Cal Trimble   |   Hace 5 días

    After almost a year since it collapsed, the stretch of highway is set to reopen

    TIJUANA.- According to the Secretary of Communications and Transportation (SCT) and the Federal Highway and Bridges agency (CAPUFE), the stretch of highway off Salsipuedes Bay that has been closed now for almost a year will once again be open to traffic starting today at midnight. Repairs have been ongoing since December 28, 2013 when a stretch of the highway collapsed due to a small...

  • Tijuana Gas Stations Can t Compete with San Diego

    Tijuana Gas Stations Can't Compete with San Diego

    Por: Cal Trimble   |   Hace 5 días

    Reduced prices north of the border is just one deciding factor

    TIJUANA.- With gas prices in San Diego dipping under $3.00 dollars a gallon, gas stations in Tijuana are taking a hit. According to the Association of Gas Station Owners (APEGT), gas stations in Tijuana have seen a notable drop in sales over the past three months. While gas prices in Tijuana have been reduced in recent weeks along the border, and continue to drop each Tuesday, the price...

  • Mexican who interrupted Nobel Peace Prize is deported from Norway

    Mexican who interrupted Nobel Peace Prize is deported from Norway

    Por: José Luis Sánchez Macías   |   Hace 5 días

    Adan Cortés had requested asylum, hopes to "not break the rules again"

    OSLO.-Mexican student Adán Cortés, who interrupted the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony last Wednesday, has been deported from Norway and is on his way back to Mexico, according to his lawyer, who confirmed this to several media. The 21-year-old was placed in a Detention Center for Foreigners throughout the weekend, after his request for political asylum having been denied, and is already on a...

  • Barrio Logan has new Gateway Arch

    Barrio Logan has new Gateway Arch

    Por: José Luis Sánchez Macías   |   Hace 5 días

    The community is slowly being rehabilitated

    SAN DIEGO.- Have you ever noticed that certain city communities have welcoming archways or signs which are lighted, surrounded by local night life, but others don't? For years, Barrio Logan has been considered as a forbidden place in downtown San Diego, caught between the train tracks, the freeway and the Coronado bridge. In recent years, there has been a push to at least change the...

  • Why do we pee more during the cold?

    Why do we pee more during the cold?

    Por: Elizabeth Rosales   |   Hace 1 semana

    Here's an answer to a question you might've had

    WORLD.-Winter has finally arrived and in the northern part of Mexico, bodies are starting to adapt to climate change, and it so happens that when it is cold outside we pee a bit more than usual. Here is why, when our bodies are exposed to cold weather, our sweat mechanism is limited and our organisms stop disposing fluids through perspiration. When its hot outside, we sweat as way to...