Category: Featured News, Politics, State/National News

Obama Ends Presidency With Fewer Deportations Than When He Began

President Obama is ending his final term with far fewer deportations than when he first took office — but if President-elect Trump...

On March 22, 2016, during an exhibition baseball game between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Cuban National Team in Havana, Cuba, President Obama and President Raúl Castro of Cuba spontaneously joined in ‘the wave’ that others in the crowd had started. President Obama has sought to normalize relations with Cuba. But the future of that relationship remains uncertain under the future administration of now President-elect Donald Trump. PHOTO: Pete Souza/The White House

Despite Obama’s Efforts, American-Cuban Relations Remain a Mystery Under Trump

By Barrington M. Salmon   (TriceEdneyWire.com) – Uncertainty is the watchword for Cuba, its 11 million people and their future...

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State Offers Employees Hotline in Advance of Minimum Wage Increase

By Staff   The New York State Department of Labor has launched a new ad campaign in advance of the state’s minimum wage...

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Trump Presidency Could Reverse Progress in U.S.-Cuba Relations

Two years ago this month, U.S. President Barack Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro announced their intentions to begin normalizing...

Labor Secretary Tom Perez Hints at Run for DNC Chairman

Labor Secretary Tom Perez is expected to announce his bid for the chairmanship of Democratic National Committee sometime this week,...

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Rachel Barnhart Exploring a Run for Mayor

By Staff   Former WROC-TV news anchor Rachel Barnhart has announced she is currently exploring a run for mayor. “Our team is...

The U.S. and Rest of the World Responds to the Death of Fidel Castro

At the age of 90 years old, Fidel Castro, who governed the Republic of Cuba for 47 years as Prime Minister and then President, died on...

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Fidel Castro, Cuba’s Former Leader, Dies at 90

By Frederick H. Lowe   (TriceEdneyWire.com) – Fidel Castro, Cuba’s Maximum Leader, who launched his revolutionary overthrow of...

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Tijuana Expecting Massive Influx of Deportees With Trump Presidency

The city of Tijuana, nicknamed Mexico’s “deportee capital,” has been the final destination for 40% of all U.S. deportations for the...

A Positive Election Day Outcome: Largest Ever Congressional Hispanic Caucus

Despite the immense amount of anti-immigrant rhetoric from the new president-elect, one good thing came out of Election Day this year: the...