Los Angeles Times - Estados Unidos
30/10/2019Política Los Angeles Times - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Sarah D. Wire
29/10 - 18:28 - The House on Tuesday overwhelmingly reaffirmed that the U.S. government should recognize the century-old killings of 1.5 million Armenians as a genocide.
10/07/2019Economía Los Angeles Times - Estados Unidos Economía Regional Craig Torres
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said downside risks to the economy remain with trade wars softening business investment and weak inflation, signaling that policy makers may be poised to cut interest rates as soon as this month.
19/06/2019Economía Los Angeles Times - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Don Lee
President Trump has been hectoring the Federal Reserve to lower interest rates, and financial markets are screaming for a cut. This even though rates are historically low and the economy is sailing along, albeit with some recent gray clouds.
07/05/2019Política Los Angeles Times - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Eli Stokols
06/05 - 21:00 - President Trump’s unconventional foreign policy appeared in disarray amid a series of setbacks around the globe and mounting signs that the president and his advisors were on the verge of losing several risky policy bets.
20/12/2018Economía Los Angeles Times - Estados Unidos Inversiones
Mexican Foreign Secretary Marcelo Ebrard announced Tuesday a collaborative effort with the United States to funnel billions of dollars of investment into southern Mexico and Central America to improve economic development and discourage migration.
10/12/2018Economía Los Angeles Times - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Chris Kraul
Rafael Correa wanted to fast-track development projects when he was president of Ecuador, so he borrowed billions of dollars from China. But the loans have come back to haunt his successor, Lenin Moreno, who will go hat in hand to China this month to seek more flexible terms and breathing space.
17/08/2018Economía Los Angeles Times - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional
16/08/18 - 18:50 - U.S. stocks jumped Thursday as China and the United States said they will hold their first trade discussions in months, a potential sign of progress toward ending their trade war.
05/02/2018Sr. Canciller Los Angeles Times - Estados Unidos Relaciones Exteriores Tracy Wilkinson
The United States is considering imposing sanctions on Venezuela that could cripple its oil industry and is probing whether the plan would be supported in the region, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Sunday in Argentina.
25/01/2018Política Los Angeles Times - Estados Unidos Política Internacional
While Republicans, mostly in the House, have resisted such a move as “amnesty,” the president said a solution is “up to the Democrats."
24/01/2018Economía Los Angeles Times - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Jim Puzzanghera
23/01/18 - 19:40 - The Senate on Tuesday overwhelmingly voted to confirm Jerome H. Powell to be the next chairman of the Federal Reserve, allowing him to take over when Janet L. Yellen's term expires early next month.
11/10/2017Medio Ambiente Los Angeles Times - Estados Unidos Chris Megerian
12:35 PM - The death toll rose to 21 Wednesday as multiple wildfires continued to spread across Northern California's wine country, according to state fire officials.
10/10/2017Medio Ambiente Los Angeles Times - Estados Unidos Sonali Kohli
Oct 10, 2017 - As the number of people confirmed dead in Northern California fires rose to 13, officials warned Tuesday that the death toll could rise as multiple fires scorched upward of 100,000 acres.
09/10/2017Medio Ambiente Los Angeles Times - Estados Unidos Sonali Kohli
One death and 1,500 structures lost in Northern California firestorm, among worst in state's history
2:20 PM - Santa Rosa is hit hard as fires swept through Sonoma and Napa counties.
18/07/2017Política Los Angeles Times - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Lisa Mascaro
06/07/2017Política Los Angeles Times - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Barbara Demick
Chinese banks handle North Korean trade deals. African countries employ North Korean guest workers and buy spare parts for Soviet-era military equipment as well as sophisticated new missiles. Moldova recently announced its intentions to export wine for the more sophisticated palates of Pyongyang.