Galo Legarda El Hispanic News Portland, OR — The unbeaten home streak for the Timbers ended with a loss to D.C. United on Sunday. In what Timbers’ captain Jack Jewsbury, called “a weird game”, D.C. United did one of the two things they had said they were going to do. They beat Portland at home, [...]
Galo Legarda El Hispanic News Portland, OR — The Portland Timbers won again at on their home field Saturday. The winning goal was scored by former Columbus Crew player and Ohio native, Eric Brunner. Thirty seconds into the second half, Timbers captain Jack Jewsbury initiated the play by taking a free kick at the top [...]
Darlene Superville and Erica Werner Associated Press El Paso, TX (AP) — President Barack Obama stood near the border with Mexico on Tuesday and declared it more secure than ever, trying to build pressure on Republicans to take on a politically explosive comprehensive immigration overhaul — and eagerly working to show vital Hispanic voters that [...]
Katherine Corcoran Associated Press Mexico City (AP) — An anti-violence march that began in a central state with a few hundred people and gathered thousands over a four-day trek reached Mexico’s capital Sunday, led by a poet whose son was killed by suspected drug traffickers. People poured into the main Zocalo square in Mexico City, [...]
Paul Davenport Associated Press Writer Phoenix, AZ (AP) — Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer announced Monday she will ask the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a ruling that put the most controversial parts of the state’s immigration enforcement law on hold. Parts of the law blocked from taking effect include a provision requiring police to question [...]
Chris Thomas Oregon News Service Portland, OR — Mother’s Day isn’t the only day for moms to feel special. Health care experts say women of all ages should be making themselves a higher priority, every day. This is National Women’s Health Week, a good time to start. The messages of eating right and getting daily [...]
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