*No Deal Yet on Relief Package
*Pandemic Forces Changes to Presidential Party Conventions
*As Census End Counting Earlier, Many Renew Efforts
*Heated Debate on Economic Stimulus Package Continues in Senate
*Trump’s Bid to Exclude Undocumented Immigrants from Census; An Act of Political Theater?
*Colorado Latino Tenants Fear Wave of Evictions
*Trump’s Order to Exclude Undocumented Immigrants from Census Challenged in Court
*Return to Classrooms in Florida Endangers Public Health: Teachers
*Acclaimed Cuban Singer Silvio Rodríguez Releases Album for Hope
*Trump’s Promise To Legalize “Dreamers” Met with Scepticism
*Call for Shorter Hospital Wait Times to Prevent Spread of Coronavirus
*Proposal to Stop Gang Violence Emphasizes Counseling Instead of Guns
*AMLO-Trump Summit Sparks Fiery Debate Among Mexicans
*Rapid Resurgence of Coronavirus Causes Alarm in Sun Belt States
*Radio Bilingüe Celebrates 40 Years of Trailblazing in US Public Radio
Radio Bilingüe Celebrates 40 Years of Trailblazing in US Public Radio – On July 4th, Radio Bilingüe celebrated 40 years on air. Over four decades, this pioneering organization has evolved from a community station into a national network of Latino-owned radio stations.
*The latest on the coronavirus.
*California Jail Becomes a COVID-19 Hot Spot
*New Mexico Native Peoples Celebrate the Removal of Statues of Spanish Conquistador
*Military Commanders in Line of Fire Over Missing Soldier
*Historic Ruling Guarantees Civil Rights for LGBTQ Workers
*Union Sues to Protect Mexican Braceros from Coronavirus
*Supreme Court Rules DACA Must Continue.
*Colorado Dreamers Breathe Sigh of Relief and Celebrate Victory.
*Historic Trial of Salvadoran Commander Involved in Jesuit Massacre.
(Español) En efecto, en un estudio que hicimos en San Francisco, en el barrio de La Mission, el 90 por ciento de los casos positivos eran entre hispanos, entre Latinx”.