Coffee & Headlines • August 14, 2020

HEADLINES

Jalisco Governor Enrique Alfaro cancels important public events throughout the month of October (Informador)

Learn more about pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca and its ties to Mexico (Excelsior)

FDA Updates on hand sanitizers consumers should not use (FDA)

León, Guanajuato arrests 476 people for not wearing face masks in public (Proceso)

Mexican icons promote face mask use in Mexico City (Excelsior)

Mexico launches corruption investigation into former president (Yahoo)

Family and friends cry for justice after the murder of 18 year-old LGBT+ activist Jonathan Santos in Zapopan (Excelsior)

Jalisco congress votes to offer lifetime scholarships to sons and daughters of medical personnel that has lost their lives (Proceso)

Trump administration looks to ease showered water flow rules (PBS)

Trump admits he’s blocking postal cash to stop mail-in votes (PBS)

Pandemic has driven Americans to depression and drinking, says the CDC (Yahoo)

Are plexiglass barriers becoming the future of indoor dining? (Yahoo)

Herman Cain died two weeks ago, but his social media accounts are still bashing Democrats (Yahoo)

Local journalist Patricia Aguilar was arrested, but the details are still sketchy (RMXNoticias)


LEISURE

WATCH: Hotel Tropicana ‘authorities’ try to discourage beach goers from enjoying themselves outside of their ‘alleged’ property line (Facebook)

Time to reprint your restaurant menus! According to the Royal Spanish Academy, the word ‘pizza’ in Spanish should be written in italics. Who knew… (Excelsior)


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