Venomous Yellow Scorpions Are Moving Into Brazil’s Big Cities, and the Infestation May Be Unstoppable
It is a hallmark of what those of us in the complex problems field call a “VUCA” world—a world that’s volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous.
Investigación sobre los muertos del huracán María gana prestigioso premio de periodismo de precisión Philip Meyer
El proyecto de investigación, iniciado y liderado por el Centro de Periodismo Investigativo (CPI), incluyó la colaboración con el medio especializado en periodismo de datos qz.com y con la agencia de noticias internacional Prensa Asociada.
Juan Guiadó got 32 percent.
Bipartisan negotiations might not yield enough funding for President Donald Trump’s physical barrier.
Project Sunroof on the island.
Hope and Anguish in a Mexican Refugee Shelter: Researcher Records Stories of Central American Asylum Seekers
Tochán responds to the basic needs of the men, including the provision of beds, clothing, meals and toiletries.
BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS — The Houston-based refining company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Venezuelan state-owned oil company Petroleos de Venezuela SA, known by its acronym PDVSA.
His situation underscores the racial injustice that is endemic to the U.S. of mass detention and mass incarceration systems.
“I’m also here as a Mexican-American woman from a working-class family.”
Her father, Pepe Aguilar, has sold over 12 million albums worldwide and has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
In total, four women have accused the Costa Rican two-term president and 1987 Nobel Peace Prize winner of sexual misconduct.
At a press conference on February 1, the Mexican president said his government would embrace what he called “Franciscan poverty” if it would “transfer funds to the people” and achieve “development, jobs and welfare.”
“El Paso has never been one of the most ‘dangerous cities’ in the country, and our safety and security has long been a point of pride,” the Texas Democrat wrote.