Intruder jumped multiple fences before being apprehended near a White House entrance
By Argelia Valles Ramos
By Argelia Valles Ramos
By Maria Inés Taracena
School of Authentic Journalism, Generation 2016
Por Maria Inés Taracena
Escuela de Periodismo Auténtico, Generación 2016
Me topé con la Escuela de Periodismo Auténtico durante una época extraña de mi vida. El principio del 2016 fue interesante—una mezcla de frustración y melancolía al sentirme perdida en mi vida laboral y, por consiguiente, en mi vida personal. Para ese entonces ya había trabajado en el gremio periodístico durante casi cuatro años. Empecé ese camino con mucha ilusión y energía.
Por Memo Bautista
Hace un año una amiga me envió por Facebook una convocatoria para ingresar a la Escuela de Periodismo Auténtico. Hasta ese momento no conocía nada acerca de ese lugar, así que investigué un poco y llamó mi atención que podía recibir un taller sobre cómo cubrir movimientos sociales. Además no tendría costo porque los alumnos son becados.
US President Donald Trump Has Surrounded Himself With Advisors Who Are Sympathetic to White Supremacist Ideology
A lawsuit pending in federal court in Kentucky since this past April may shed some light on the oppressive executive orders issued recently by President Donald Trump that target refugees worldwide as well as immigrants from seven Muslim-majority nations.
Donald Trump’s Business Empire Offered Mob-Linked FBI Informant a Target-Rich Environment
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s business relationship with a U.S. government informant named Felix Sater raises some interesting questions about what Trump knew and when he knew it — and whether Trump, at some point, also agreed to become an informant himself.
Post-Manafort, questions about the presidential candidate's Kremlin ties remain
Paul Manafort recently stepped down as campaign chairman for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. His departure came amid a swirl of media attention on his lobbying activities in support of former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych — a Kremlin-backed strongman who was run out of office and fled to Russia in 2014 following civil protests.
The litigation, which has received scant media coverage, contends Trump is complicit in violence perpetrated by hate groups
Presidential Candidate’s Special Interest Appears to Be His Own Pocketbook, Public Records Show
Republican presidential contender Donald Trump paints himself as a people’s candidate who is a Washington outsider and a successful businessman beyond the reach of lobbyists and special interests. But he now has lobbyists advising his presidential campaign.
Critics contend current cap on new cannabis stores is too low and could force many patients to turn to back-alley providers
The state of Washington’s medical-marijuana industry has been in disarray since the passage of legislation last spring that calls for pushing businesses in that now-unregulated “grey market” into the state’s regulated recreational-cannabis market.