Edición Semanaria (Weekly Edition)

Trump Impeached Again: For Assault on Capitol - The House of Representatives voted to impeach President Trump on charges of “inciting insurrection” after an attack on the nation’s Capitol by his followers. Ten Republicans joined Democratic members of Congress in voting for impeachment, making Trump the first president to be impeached twice and the first to be indicted by lawmakers from his own party. Reporting from Washington, José López Zamorano brings us the story of this historic vote.

Historian Cites Latino Legacy of Defending the Union Over the Slaveholding Confederacy - After the violent attack on the Capitol by a mob of insurrects led by white supremacists, an eminent historian recalled that during the U.S. Civil War, Californios were at the forefront of the battle against the slaveholding Confederacy and in defense of the nation and the Union army. Since then, Latinos have played a pivotal role in building this country, Dr. David Hayes-Bautista told Samuel Orozco, news director at Radio Bilingüe.

Documentary “Break It All” Shows How Rock-and-roll Shook Conservative Societies in the Continent - In the sixties, when rock and roll became the most popular music in the United States, the genre also spread to Mexico, Argentina, Chile and other countries in Latin America. This story is featured in the Netflix documentary series “Break It All: The History of Rock in Latin America,” which explores the impact of rock music on conservative societies over the last 60 years and how its future lies south of the border. Betto Arcos gives us an overview of this groundbreaking series.

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