Tuesday, June 25, 2024

Tag: Washington Dc Bureau

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

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...

D.C. mayor wants federal response to migrants sent from Texas (includes...

It has been almost five months since Texas Gov. Gregg Abbott started transporting migrants to Washington D.C. on buses. Critics, including the city’s mayor,...

FIU inaugurates new D.C. offices, including SFMN bureau (includes video story)

FIU will soon be officially debuting its offices in Washington, D.C. Located just a few blocks from the U.S. Capitol building, the new space...

Supreme Court: Ketanji Brown Jackson Steps Up as Breyer Steps Down

Ketanji Brown Jackson is making history as the first Black woman to serve as a justice on the U.S. Supreme Court.  Jackson, 51, was born...

Flight cancellations and delays continue due to understaffed airports (includes video...

Millions of air travelers in the United States continue to experience delays and cancellations after thousands of flights were canceled over Father’s Day weekend. Delta...

Newsbreak March 28, 2022

President Biden makes his way back home following an impactful visit to Poland. A full wrap-up of the three-day confirmation hearing for Miami-raised Ketanji...

Newsbreak March 21, 2022

Russia's war is beginning to take a large civilian toll. The high-court confirmation hearing starts today for judge Ketanji Brown Jackson. Panic breaks out...

Lulac Institute hosts state of Latino America summit (includes video story)

The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), the nation's largest and oldest Latino civil rights organization, hosted its annual summit last Thursday in...

Newsbreak March 18, 2022

Outrage over Russia's invasion of Ukraine as possible international law violations emerge. President Biden speaks with the leader of China today. Disney workers hold...

Study finds that four in ten Latinos are worried about deportation

A Pew Research survey released this week found some distressing results: approximately  4 in 10 Latinos worry about themselves or someone close to them...