Seriously Trump?

The USA TODAY Network report found at least 60 lawsuits, along with hundreds of liens, judgments and government filings that involved very small businesses and contract employees who said they were not paid and had little ability to fight back against a Trump litigation machine. These included a glass company, a carpet company, a plumber, multiple painters, real estate brokers, 48 waiters, dozens of bartenders and — ironically — several law firms that had represented him in these suits.

USA Today


Seriously, Putin?

In an apparent move to embarrass the United States over Donald Trump’s claims of a “rigged” presidential election, Russia sought to send monitors to U.S. polling stations for the Nov. 8 vote, Russian media revealed Thursday.

USA Today


Tres religiosas -Micaela Fesser, cubana; Armeline Morin y Victoria Gingras, canadienses- llegaron a San Juan en abril de 1880 procedentes de La Habana. La Diputación Provincial le había pedido a la superiora del colegio de aquella ciudad que estableciera uno aquí para educar a las hijas de la burguesía.

El Nuevo Día


Another thing people discovered about Trump this year is all the things they still don’t know. He hasn’t released his tax returns, records of charitable giving, detailed medical records, immigration files for his wife and more. That penchant for secrecy is coupled with an aggressive strategy to muzzle business and campaign employees by requiring them to sign nondisclosure agreements.