• Horóscopo Chino 2019 “El año del cerdo”

    Mario Jiménez Castillo El Observador Cerdo (1923 agua-1935 madera-1947 fuego-1959 tierra-1971 metal-1983 agua-1995 madera-2007 fuego-2019 tierra-2031 metal-2043 agua) Un ciclo termina y otro comienza. Éste, será para ti un año de inicios. Por otro lado, existe una situación inconclusa desde hace varios años. El universo pondrá ante ti todo...
  • A Tribute to Betty Rose, Former Co-Publisher of El Observador

    EL OBSERVADOR It was Betty Rose who encouraged her husband, Hilbert Morales, to do something about the level of ignorance with respect to access to education and health care services in the Latino community way back then during the early 1980’s. When Hilbert and Betty Morales acquired El Observador...
  • Equal Pay Bill Introduced to Battle Wage Discrimination

    Suzanne Potter California News Service SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The issue of equal pay for equal work is front and center in Congress this week as House Democrats reintroduced the Paycheck Fairness Act. It comes 10 years after President Barack Obama signed the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, which modernized and improved...
  • Muestre un poco de amor a su carro

    NAPSM Su automóvil no le pide mucho. Siempre está ahí para servirle, llevándolo a donde tiene que ir. Dele a su carro un poco de cuidado extra en este día del amor, el Día de San Valentín, o en cualquier otro día, ya sea un cambio de aceite, ponerlo...
  • Protecting Your Vision from Diabetes

    NAPSI Diabetes kills more Americans each year than AIDS and breast cancer combined—and can cause serious problems throughout the body. According to the National Eye Institute, eye health, for example, can become critically compromised. Around 30.3 million Americans, or 9.4 percent of the population, are living with diabetes, with...
  • Nebraska Gets Failing Grade on Reproductive Health

    Eric Galatas Public News Service LINCOLN, Neb. — Nebraska is one of 19 states to receive a failing grade on reproductive health, according to the latest Population Institute report card which tracks multiple indicators, including access to family planning and abortion services. Jennie Wetter, the report’s lead author, said...
  • Six Steps to Help Students Get Into, And Pay For, College

    NAPS Getting into college can seem complicated, even overwhelming—but help is available. To support students and families, the College Board—the creator of the SAT and Advanced Placement—has launched a first-of-its-kind national scholarship program that serves as a simple college planning guide for all students. It explains what to do...
  • Spain honors legacy of Republican exiles in Mexico

    Eduard Ribas i Admetlla EFE Mexico City – During the 1936-1939 Spanish Civil War, the Mexican government opened its doors to Republican intellectuals so they could practice their disciplines in what would become The College of Mexico. Today, eight decades later, this academic institution prepares to receive Spanish Prime...
  • LAS LECCIONES DEL CIERRE

    José López Zamorano La Red Hispana    Ningún miembro de la clase política de los Estados Unidos podría declararse orgulloso del patético desenlace del más prolongado cierre parcial del gobierno federal en la historia de los Estados Unidos y que lamentablemente colocó como rehenes de las escaramuzas políticas de...