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culture

Olive leaves could help treat diabetes and Alzheimer's, according to study

Olive leaves could help treat diabetes and Alzheimer's, according to study

Olive leaves contain an extraordinary amount of an acid that can be key to the treatment or prevention of diabetes and Alzheimer's, according to research by the Fat Institute that …
Intravenous treatments: Experts think if they are good for health

Intravenous treatments: Experts think if they are good for health

Medicine is advancing by leaps and bounds, and one of the most notable trends in recent times, is the use of intravenous treatments, which have gained popularity for their multiple …
These Latino donors exchange their organs to transplant them to their siblings in a rare but successful case

These Latino donors exchange their organs to transplant them to their siblings in a rare but successful case

Two Latino families from Southern California were united forever in September 2023 after participating in an extremely unusual organ exchange procedure that saved the lives of their loved ones, reported …
Mexican state closest to Arizona bans most abortions, creating regional vacuum

Mexican state closest to Arizona bans most abortions, creating regional vacuum

Although American and Mexican women have long collaborated on abortion care, the looming restrictions in Arizona will create a regional lack of access that will extend to the neighboring Mexican …

Politics

Dispute over participation in the US primary election: Trump turns to the Supreme Court

: Trump in court: First criminal trial against ex-president started

For the first time in the history of the United States, a criminal trial has begun against a former US president. The responsible court opened the trial against Donald Trump …
Donald Trump nimmt am ersten Verhandlungstag im Strafgericht in Manhattan teil. Foto: Angela Weiss/POOL AFP/AP

Ex-President: First criminal trial against Trump started

For the first time in US history, a criminal trial begins against an ex-president. Donald Trump could even face prison if convicted in the highly anticipated hush money trial. For …
Donald Trump

Trump has a “real problem” with the judge in the criminal trial in New York

The expected renewed US presidential candidate Donald Trump says he has a “real problem” with the judge who is hearing his criminal trial in New York for covering up a …
Mike Johnson

The US House of Representatives will vote on separate aid for Ukraine and Israel this week

After months of delay, the US House of Representatives, led by opposition Republicans, will vote this week on separate bills supporting Ukraine and Israel, according to Chairman Mike Johnson. “This …

economy

Cartels in Mexico 'covered' in wool: They have more money than some countries, says US prosecutor

Cartels in Mexico 'covered' in wool: They have more money than some countries, says US prosecutor

He United States Attorney General, Merrick Garlandassured that the drug trafficking cartels in Mexico are so powerful that they even have more income than the economies of some countries. “They …
Chapo Guzmán: Who are the only people who can visit the capo in prison?

Chapo Guzmán: Who are the only people who can visit the capo in prison?

In 2019, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman He did not know that a greater sentence awaited him than spending his entire life locked up in a prison in the United States. …
The failed forecasts – El Financiero

The failed forecasts – El Financiero

Making forecasts in the world we live in is a bit lazy. I think the only thing certain is that almost all of them are going to fail. Above all, …
The US and Europe will attack Iran… but with their 'wallet': They prepare sanctions in support of Israel

The US and Europe will attack Iran… but with their 'wallet': They prepare sanctions in support of Israel

United States and the European Union (EU) They announced this Tuesday, April 16, that they are making the necessary preparations to expand sanctions on Iran for the attack against Israel. …

Environment

The United States Environmental Protection Agency awards $20 billion in grants to "green" projects across the country

The United States Environmental Protection Agency awards $20 billion in grants to “green” projects across the country

Washington.- The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded this Thursday $20 billion in subsidies to promote the development of “green” energy projects throughout the country. The money will …
New, stricter emissions standards in the US.  Cars produced between 2026 and 2031 must reduce their emissions

New, stricter emissions standards in the US. Cars produced between 2026 and 2031 must reduce their emissions

Washington.- The United States has revealed new, stricter emissions standards, which vehicles sold in the country will have to meet between the end of 2026 and mid-2031 and which will …
Methane gas emissions in part of the US triple the official estimate, according to a study

Methane gas emissions in part of the US triple the official estimate, according to a study

New York.- A study published in the journal Nature suggests that methane gas emissions in part of the United States triple the official estimate and calculates that this represents an …
Spring is coming early, Phill the groundhog announces

Spring is coming early, Phill the groundhog announces

Washington.- Phil the groundhog emerged this Friday from the den where he hibernated in Punxsutawney (Pennsylvania), did not see his shadow and predicted that Americans will have an early spring, …

tourism

Dominican Republic lands in Miami with tourism fair

Dominican Republic lands in Miami with tourism fair

With great natural landscapes, beaches and good hotel service, as well as good prices, a friendly citizenry and political stability, the Dominican Republic is the most visited country in the …
Miami-Dade at the doors of agritourism, ordinance debated

Miami-Dade at the doors of agritourism, ordinance debated

In Miami-Dade, this activity is not regulated at all. For this reason, an amendment to the legislative project of the commissioner of district 9, Kionne McGhee, under the name “Supplementary …
Tourism in Los Álamos soars thanks to "Oppenheimer" fame

Tourism in Los Álamos soars thanks to “Oppenheimer” fame

POPLARS.- Oppenheimerwith almost $1 billion at the box office, not only lined the pockets of Hollywood executives, it also brought unexpected profits to the tourism from the discreet community of …
How do 137 million visitors impact Florida's coffers?

The number of tourists in Florida decreases during 2023

Miami Florida It is one of the main tourist destinations in the United States, recognized for its warm climate, paradisiacal beaches and theme parks. However, there was a slight decrease …