• ‘Composting’ our emotions: How climate action cultivates well-being

    Marinel Ubaldo freezes when she hears heavy rain or intense wind. “My brain just cannot function,” says Ubaldo, a climate activist who is studying for her master’s degree in environmental management at Duke University in North Carolina. “It triggers my trauma, and all the memories from the past just...
  • El Karma y la Magia Ritual

    El termino “Karma” proviene del sánscrito ‘karman” que significa acción y reacción de la voluntad. Toda acción buena o mala, siempre causa una reacción en la energía en donde se originó. El karma es la ley universal que ha regido al hombre desde el inicio de los tiempos, también...
  • California now has mandatory water conservation in urban areas: How will the new rules affect your supplier?

    Rachel Becker CalMatters  Despite California’s perpetual struggles with water shortages, state regulators this week adopted mandatory conservation measures that are substantially weaker and save less water than they originally planned. The rules, years in the making, were mandated by a package of laws that tasked state agencies with making...
  • CA transport projects get millions from Bipartisan Infrastructure Law

    Federal dollars are pouring into California transportation projects as a result of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. The Federal Transit Administration recently announced almost $8 million for 17 projects to improve public transportation for people with disabilities, older adults and low-income families. Tiffani Scott, CEO of Paratransit, said her organization received a...
  • Advocates for detained immigrants decry loss of free phone calls 

    Groups advocating for people detained in immigration facilities are calling for the reinstatement of a program which allowed 500 free minutes of phone calls per month. In recent weeks, Immigration and Customs Enforcement cut off the free domestic and international calls, telling advocates pandemic-era funding has run out. Rosa Santana, interim...
  • Feds fine bank $20 million for illegal car insurance practices

    Suzanne Potter California News Service Fifth Third Bank just agreed to pay a $20 million fine to settle charges it forced car buyers to purchase unnecessary insurance and created fake accounts in customers’ names. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said the bank required customers with car loans to buy insurance, even if they...
  • Everyday Ways to Nurture Your Skin This Summer

    Family Features Good skin care doesn’t have to mean intensive routines or expensive moisturizers – it can be as easy as adopting everyday habits that nurture your skin from the inside out. Keeping your skin healthy and glowing begins with protecting it from harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays and eating...
  • 3 formas de verse y sentirse mejor en verano

    Los días más calurosos del año pueden crear una serie de desafíos estacionales de belleza. Aquí le ofrecemos una guía completa para verse y sentirse lo mejor posible en verano: Cabello Tanto el calor seco como la humedad pueden causar problemas en el cabello, como resecarlo y encresparlo. Ya...
  • Conoce la plataforma antimigratoria de los republicanos 

    En vísperas de su Convención Nacional que tendrá lugar del 15 al 18 de julio en Milwaukee, el Partido Republicano develó una de las plataformas más antimigratoria de la historia del país. La lista de promesas contra los migrantes refleja con claridad el pensamiento político de Donald Trump y confirma el eje central...
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