Sebastián Martínez Valdivia, Newsy

Sebastián Martínez Valdivia


Missouri, United States

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Past articles by Sebastian:

Senate Moves To Block Policy That Lets Nonprofits Hide Major Donors

As it stands, the Treasury Department rule stands to go into effect next month. → Read More

Soldiers From Both Koreas Cross DMZ For Historic Inspections

The North and South have been removing guard posts along the DMZ as both countries move to improve relations. → Read More

Rift Over Migration Breaks Up Belgian Government Coalition

Prime Minister Charles Michel says his reshuffled minority government will remain in place until elections in May. → Read More

Emmanuel Macron To Address France After More 'Yellow Vest' Protests

French authorities say they detained more than 1,000 people during Saturday's demonstrations. → Read More

Key Theresa May Ally Suggests 'Plan B' In Case Brexit Vote Fails

It's not clear exactly what would happen Parliament rejects the deal, but there are some concrete possibilities. → Read More

Court Denies Request To Stay Order Against Trump Asylum Rule

The Trump administration's rule would have stopped people from applying for asylum if they were found to have crossed the border illegally. → Read More

Jury Convicts Driver Of Murder In Death Of Charlottesville Protester

James Fields was also convicted on multiple counts of aggravated malicious wounding and failing to stop an accident involving death. → Read More

NC Democrat Withdraws Concession After Claims Of Election Fraud

The Republican candidate in the race is accused of bankrolling the collection and completion of absentee ballots, which is illegal in the state. → Read More

Department Of Interior Plans To Cut More Environmental Protections

While the greater sage grouse isn't endangered, environmental groups say the proposed changes could lead to population declines. → Read More

Documents Suggest Facebook Leveraged User Data Against Competitors

The documents were released by a company suing Facebook for restricting its access to user data. → Read More

UK's BT Group To Stop Using 'Core' Huawei Network Technology

The company also says it won't accept Huawei's bid for its upcoming 5G project. → Read More

Another Federal Judge Rules Against DOJ's Sanctuary City Restrictions

The ruling says the Department of Justice violated the separation of powers in trying to implement conditions on federal funding. → Read More

Trump Administration OKs Seismic Surveys That Can Harm Marine Life

Seismic surveys look for oil beneath the ocean floor, but have also been found to be harmful to whales and other ocean life. → Read More

US Looking To Extend Troop Deployment At Border Through Christmas

The request from Homeland Security asks for troops to be deployed through the end of January. → Read More

Train Makes First Trip Between Koreas In More Than A Decade

South Korean President Moon Jae-in has proposed linking the two countries' rail systems, but the North's is reportedly outdated. → Read More

Flash Floods, Mudslides Hit Areas In California Burned By Wildfires

The National Weather Service said a thunderstorm in Northern California dumped 1.5 inches of water in just one hour. → Read More

Study: US' Rate Of Uninsured Kids Rose For The First Time Since 2008

The study found the bulk of children who lost coverage between 2016 and 2017 lived in states that have not expanded Medicaid coverage. → Read More

Vote On New ICE Director Delayed Over 'Serious' Union Concerns

Ronald Vitiello has previously served as deputy commissioner of Customs and Border Protection, as well as working in the Border Patrol. → Read More

Lawmakers Push For Briefing On Saudis From CIA Director

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis held a closed-door briefing for senators Wednesday. → Read More

Taiwan President Resigns Party Leadership After Election Defeats

Tsai Ing-wen will remain in her role as president, which she's held since 2016. → Read More