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Samuel Larreal

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Samuel Larreal is a Venezuelan journalism student with a concentration in political science and international relations. He is interested in reporting on human rights, immigration and civic freedom.

Locals and tourists celebrate the Fourth of July in D.C. (includes video story)

On Tuesday, thousands flocked to the National Mall in Washington D.C. to celebrate the Fourth of July. From musical performances to Native American exhibitions, tourists...

Supreme Court strikes down affirmative action (includes video story)

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled against race-conscious admissions in higher education institutions nationwide on Thursday. This decision will force universities committed to diversity to...

Supreme Court to decide on three major cases (includes video story)

The U.S. Supreme Court is set to decide on three major cases regarding affirmative action, LGBTQ+ rights and student loan forgiveness before the end...

Immigration advocates demand robust protections for TPS recipients

The Biden administration recently reversed a Trump-era immigration policy by extending legal residence for Temporary Protection Status (TPS) recipients from El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua...

South Floridian leads assault weapons ban protest in DC (includes video story)

For seven days, activists from across the country have protested in front of the U.S. Capitol demanding a federal ban on assault weapons. Activists...

Highly uncertain forecast for hurricane season, which starts today (includes video story)

The National Weather Service forecast for hurricane season this year is highly uncertain, partly due to global warming and El Niño atmospheric conditions.  Starting June...

Zoo Miami Apologizes to New Zealand after Kiwi Encounters controversy

Amid concerns by the government of New Zealand, Zoo Miami will stop the Kiwi Encounters, an appointment-only event allowing people to have hands-on time...

Lower attendance and empty chairs, Bitcoin 2023 returns to Miami (includes video story)

Looking to regain the trust of investors, Bitcoin 2023 returns to Miami Beach after a reckoning year for the cryptocurrency space. The implosion of FTX...

Heat season in Miami, and it is not about basketball (includes video story)

As rising temperatures become more frequent in South Florida, Miami-Dade County is responding to the dangers of extreme heat.   The heat season, which runs from...

Former Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó arrives in Miami

A few years ago, the former Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó, led thousands of protestors in demanding the resignation of the country's authoritarian regime....