Monday June 19<em>12:00 PM (PacificTime)</em>

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Monday June 1912:00 PM (PacificTime)

“Watching the Watchmen.” The story of two US citizens who were detained and tortured in Argentina during the years of repression known as the “Dirty War” in the 1970s is captured in the documentary “Watching the Watchmen.” Photo: brava.org
Tuesday June 20<em>12:00 PM (PacificTime)</em>

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Tuesday June 2012:00 PM (PacificTime)

Immigration Edition. Analysts join this edition to comment on DACA’s fifth anniversary and the limbo faced by Dreamers, the warning by ICE’s director that his agency is targeting all undocumented immigrants, Photo: americanprogress.org
Wednesday June 21<em>12:00 PM (PacificTime)</em>

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Wednesday June 2112:00 PM (PacificTime)

Cuba, Wall Street, and Hate Speech. Trump is expected to announce a new Cuba policy, rolling back Obama’s reforms. Following the shooting of Rep. Steve Scalese and others in Virginia, the issues of gun control and Washington’s vitriolic rhetoric and hate speech move to the forefront.Photo: scpr.org
Thursday June 22<em>12:00 PM (PacificTime)</em>

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Thursday June 2212:00 PM (PacificTime)

Justice “Tino” Cuéllar. A conversation with justice Mariano-Florentino “Tino” Cuéllar about his journey from Mexico-born immigrant kid to renowned legal scholar to presidential adviser to justice of California’s Supreme Court. Photo: Embajada Estados Unidos en México/Facebook
Friday June 23<em>12:00 PM (PacificTime)</em>

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Friday June 2312:00 PM (PacificTime)

Mexico Edition. Martha Elena Ramírez hosts the program Voz Pública from Mexico City. The civic journalist brings news and analysis on Mexican developments. Photo: eetmexico.blogspot.mx
El Procurador General de EU, Jeff Sessions, en comparecencia ante el Comité Judicial del Senado. Foto: agencias.

Edición Semanaria (Weekly Magazine)

16 June, 2017

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Senate Health Bill Would Revamp Medicaid, Alter ACA Guarantees, Cut Premium Support

22 June, 2017

The bill would phase down the Medicaid expansion from 2020 to 2024, somewhat more slowly than the House bill does. But it would still end eventually. The Senate bill also departs from the House bill’s flat tax credits to help pay for insurance, which would have added thousands of dollars to the premiums of poorer and older people not yet eligible for Medicare.

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