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President Trump is still in Walter Reed National Military Medical Center after he and the First lady were diagnosed with COVID-19 last week. Despite his perceived optimism in the face of the virus, doctors at the medical center have reported that the President has had several health scares since he was admitted. Doctors overseeing him […]

by Fernando Mendez Something about the announcement that Trump tested positive for Covid-19 made us think that nature has a way to extract justice. There is no reason to celebrate that the president contracted the illness that he ignored at the start, only to state later that it would not last. We sensed genuine concern […]

President Trump announced via Twitter that he and First Lady Melania Trump have tested positive for coronavirus. This comes after news that his top advisor, Hope Hicks, tested positive on Thursday. Trump and Hicks had been traveling with each other in close quarters and it is believed that this is how he contracted the virus. […]

President Trump’s campaign has sued the City of Philadelphia over the handling of the satellite election offices. Trump has been criticizing the move toward mail-in voting and satellite voting around the country as an opportunity for voter fraud since it was proposed months ago. The 14-page lawsuit, filed in Pennsylvania, questions the ethics and legitimacy […]

The first of three debates between President Trump and former Vice President Biden took place last night at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. The topics discussed were the COVID crisis, the economy, the Supreme Court, race relations in America, the records of the two candidates, and the integrity of the election. The debate […]

The New York Times has released information pertaining to President Trump’s tax records. The news article shows that the president has not paid any income taxes in 10 of the last 15 years. There is also sufficient evidence of financial losses he accrued before and after his winning of the 2016 election. Many people connected […]

by Fernando Mendez For her 27 years on the United States Supreme Court Ruth Bader Ginsburg was the voice of the underprivileged, women, gays and justice for everyone. As a young lawyer, she argued before the Supreme Court for the right of women to vote, to control their bodies, to have equal rights in the […]

The body of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg has been taken to the Supreme Court to lie in repose today and tomorrow. A crowd of fellow politicians, family, and over 100 clerks who worked with her are in attendance. Speakers at the even include Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts and Rabbi Lauren Holtzblatt […]

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away on Friday from metastatic pancreatic cancer in her Washington, D.C. home. She was 87 years old. Ginsburg served as an associate justice of the United States Supreme Court from 1993, after being nominated by then-President Bill Clinton, to her death. She was the second woman ever elected […]

Por Michelle Andrews y Julie Appleby Kaiser Health News Cuando Drew Calver, de 44 años, sufrió un ataque cardíaco el año pasado, su plan de salud pagó casi $56,000 por su estadía de cuatro días en el St. David’s Medical Center en Austin, Texas, un hospital que era parte de la red de su plan. […]