Tasas hipotecarias promedio a largo plazo rozan 7%

El promedio de las tasas hipotecarias a largo plazo en Estados Unidos subi贸 esta semana y sigue rozando el 7%, antes de otro esperado incremento de los tipos por parte de la Reserva Federal cuando se re煤na a principios del pr贸ximo mes. El administrador de hipotecas Freddie Mac inform贸 el jueves que el promedio de … Read more

No va estar f谩cil el uso de la calefacci贸n

En todo Estados Unidos, muchas familias esperan el invierno con preocupaci贸n, a medida que aumentan los precios de los combustibles y bajan las reservas. El Departamento de Energ铆a est谩 proyectando fuertes aumentos de precios para la calefacci贸n dom茅stica en comparaci贸n con el invierno pasado y algunos temen que los programas de asistencia social para calefacci贸n … Read more

Tennessee: Juez aprueba indemnizar a migrantes por redada

Un juez federal aprob贸 el mi茅rcoles de manera preliminar un acuerdo que proporcionar铆a un pago de m谩s de un mill贸n de d贸lares a trabajadores de una planta procesadora de carne en Tennessee donde se efectu贸 una redada para detener a migrantes en 2018. La agrupaci贸n activista Southern Poverty Law Center y el Centro Nacional de … Read more

3 migrantes muertos y 5 heridos en accidente

Tres migrantes venezolanos murieron y cinco extranjeros m谩s resultaron heridos el mi茅rcoles en un accidente automovil铆stico en la frontera con Guatemala, informaron autoridades. El Instituto Nacional de Migraci贸n de M茅xico inform贸 en un comunicado s贸lo de dos muertos y de los heridos pero un funcionario de la Fiscal铆a de Atenci贸n a Migrantes de Chiapas confirm贸 … Read more

Neblina causa choque m煤ltiple en Oregon; hay 1 muerto

Docenas de veh铆culos, incluyendo tr谩ilers, se vieron involucrados el mi茅rcoles en un choque m煤ltiple en medio de densa neblina sobre la autopista interestatal 5 en Oregon. Una persona muri贸 en el choque, que ocurri贸 en los carriles en direcci贸n sur de la autopista al norte de Eugene, Oregon, inform贸 la Polic铆a Estatal de Oregon a … Read more

Muere exfiscal general Benjamin Civiletti

El exfiscal general de los Estados Unidos, Benjamin R. Civiletti, quien investig贸 al hermano del presidente Jimmy Carter mientras estaba en la administraci贸n y quien m谩s tarde se convirti贸 en uno de los abogados privados m谩s caros del pa铆s, falleci贸.聽Ten铆a 87 a帽os. The Baltimore Sun inform贸 que Civiletti muri贸 el domingo por la noche de … Read more

Accidente fatal en Lorton – Washington Hispanic

Una mujer de 52 a帽os muri贸 en la ma帽ana de ayer luego de ser atropellada cruzando Lorton Station Boulevard. Detectives de nuestra Unidad de Reconstrucci贸n de Choques contin煤an investigando el accidente fatal que ocurri贸 a las 4:58 p.m. ayer en el 谩rea de Lorton Station Boulevard y Old Beech Court en Lorton. Preliminarmente, los detectives … Read more

October Proclaimed as Disability Employment Awareness Month

The Prince William County Board of Supervisors recently proclaimed October 2022 as the County’s Disability Employment Awareness Month. The employment rate among people with disabilities is about twice that of people without disabilities. The board’s proclamation was intended to ensure compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, as well as state and local disability rights … Read more

Amazon workers reject union offer in New York state

Amazon workers in upstate New York overwhelmingly rejected a union offer Tuesday, handing a second defeat to the labor group that has been trying to bring the company to the bargaining table since its historic victory earlier this year. . Warehouse workers near Albany cast 406 votes of the 612 ballots counted, or about 66%, … Read more

Brutal murder of a 12-year-old girl shocked France

The murder of a 12-year-old girl whose body was found inside a plastic box in the courtyard of a Paris building has left France “deeply shocked”, a government spokesman said on Wednesday. A 24-year-old woman who was arrested on Saturday in a northeastern suburb of the capital is in custody on charges of murder and … Read more

COVID-19 linked to increased maternal mortality

COVID-19 fueled a dramatic increase in the number of women who died from complications of pregnancy or childbirth in the United States last year, a crisis that has disproportionately affected black and Hispanic women, according to a report from the government released on Wednesday. The report shows a discouraging trend across the country for pregnant … Read more

Woman accused of releasing bee swarm

A Massachusetts woman is facing multiple assault and battery charges for allegedly unleashing a swarm of bees on a group of sheriff’s deputies, some of whom are allergic to bee stings, as they tried to serve an eviction notice, authorities said. she said she. Rorie S. Woods, 55, pleaded not guilty at her Oct. 12 … Read more

Novavax COVID vaccine booster authorized

US regulators on Wednesday authorized a booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine developed by Novavax. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said the new booster option is for people ages 18 and older who can’t get the updated Pfizer or Moderna boosters for medical or accessibility reasons, or for those who they have no other … Read more

Several linked to the Sinaloa cartel are sanctioned

The US Treasury Department on Wednesday sanctioned a group of people and companies linked to the powerful Sinaloa cartel in Mexico. The sanctions freeze all property and other interests in the United States of Juan Francisco Valenzuela Valenzuela and his organization鈥攕ometimes called the Valenzuela DTO鈥攁nd prohibit US citizens and companies from doing business with them. … Read more

First Native American woman in space in awe of Mother Earth

The first Native American woman in space said Wednesday that she is overwhelmed by the beauty and delicacy of Mother Earth and is channeling “positive energy” as her five-month mission progresses. NASA astronaut Nicole Mann said from the International Space Station that she has received many prayers and blessings from her family and tribal members. … Read more

Remains of 4 missing men found

Four Oklahoma men who were last seen riding bicycles more than a week ago have been shot and dismembered, police said Monday, and a man considered a person of interest has since disappeared. Okmulgee Police Chief Joe Prentice said bodies found last week in the Deep Fork River are those of four missing friends: Mark … Read more

BMW invests $1.7 billion as automaker switches to electric vehicles

BMW will invest $1 billion in its sprawling factory near Spartanburg, South Carolina, to start making electric vehicles and another $700 million to build an electric battery plant nearby. The German automaker’s announcement on Wednesday reflects its commitment to transitioning to electric vehicle production in North America, in line with similarly ambitious plans from other … Read more

New York opens a center for migrants arriving by bus

Officials in New York City were preparing a large tent compound to open Wednesday, a new temporary center to house immigrants bused across southern border states. The humanitarian center on Randall’s Island is intended to be a transit point for adult males traveling alone – many from Venezuela – who arrive on buses hired mainly … Read more

Racial gap seen in infant deaths after fertility treatment

Black-white disparities exist in fertility medicine, reflected in life-or-death outcomes for babies, according to a large US birth study. The study, published Wednesday in the journal Pediatrics, is the largest look yet at racial gaps for women who use in vitro fertilization, fertility drugs or other fertility treatments. The researchers found higher mortality rates for … Read more