Natasha Guzmán

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This Is How Much Longer The iPhone X Battery Will Last

Apple CEO Tim Cook unveiled the company's latest iPhone models on Tuesday, Sept. 12, at an event held at its new Apple Park headquarters in California. With the release falling on a date just slightly over a decade since the first iPhone's release da…
By Natasha Guzmán

Fox News Writer Actually Dubs Miss America Pageant A "Nasty Woman March"

The 90th Miss America pageant aired on Sunday night, and, as happens every year, contestants were asked for their opinions on current events and political issues. While most of the women competing offered answers that attempted to remain neutral, one…
By Natasha Guzmán

Hurricane Jose's Trajectory Suggests It Might Spare The U.S. For Now

Though it's still too early to say with certainty, early projections of the trajectory of Hurricane Jose suggest it won't make landfall. The National Hurricane Center (NHC) upgraded Jose to a Category 1 storm on Wednesday after hitting wind speeds of…
By Natasha Guzmán

Hurricane Irma Leaves Puerto Rico Without Power For Up To Six Months

On Wednesday, several Caribbean islands were pummeled by Hurricane Irma, including Puerto Rico, which experienced significant damage. Widespread power outages, lack of drinking water, and destroyed buildings have been reported on the island since the…
By Natasha Guzmán

Hurricane Irma Could Tear Apart Trump's "Winter White House"

After having potentially damaged President Trump's 11-bedroom mansion in Saint Martin, it looks like Hurricane Irma might hit Mar-a-Lago, the president's beloved resort in Palm Beach. The National Hurricane Center's current projections show the storm…
By Natasha Guzmán

Hurricane Irma Has Completely Decimated Half Of An Entire Country

At least one country has already experienced major devastation as a result of Hurricane Irma. Roughly 90 percent of the buildings in Barbuda were destroyed by Hurricane Irma after the storm made landfall on the island early Tuesday morning, according…
By Natasha Guzmán

Hurricane Irma Could Force The Dolphins & Buccaneers To Reschedule Their Game

According to a Monday report by the Associated Press, the NFL is considering moving the upcoming football game between the Dolphins and Buccaneers because of Hurricane Irma. The game would either be held at a different location or be bumped up to an …
By Natasha Guzmán

Hurricane Irma Could Throw A Wrench In Your Orlando Travel Plans

With Hurricane Irma being upgraded to a category 4 storm on Monday, the state of Florida, which might be impacted and has declared a state of emergency, is bracing itself for potential disaster. If the storm does indeed make landfall in the Sunshine …
By Natasha Guzmán

Here's How Hurricane Irma Could Impact Universal Orlando

In a few days, Hurricane Irma will potentially make landfall on U.S. soil and is expected to get close to the state of Florida. Though experts had previously characterized the storm's forecast as not concrete enough to warrant panic in the United Sta…
By Natasha Guzmán

The One Thing You Need To Be Asking About Verrit

Hillary Clinton took to Twitter on Sunday to endorse a new media platform created "for the 65.8 million" who voted for her last November, immediately igniting debate about the website's intentions and usefulness. The site describes itself as a "sanct…
By Natasha Guzmán

Here's What Hurricane Irma Looks Like From Space Right Now

Hurricane Harvey may be dissipating after making landfall in Texas a week ago, but another storm, Hurricane Irma, is keeping the U.S. on its toes regarding hurricane weather. Fortunately, there is a realistic chance that the storm will not hit the U.…
By Natasha Guzmán

The Utah Detective Who Violently Arrested A Nurse Is Now Under Criminal Investigation

After footage of a nurse being forcibly arrested for refusing to draw blood from an unconscious patient went viral on social media, Jeff Payne, the officer who arrested the nurse, is under investigation. On Friday, Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskups…
By Natasha Guzmán

9 Local Texas Organizations You Can Feel Good About Funding After Hurricane Harvey

Because of how well known it is, Red Cross is often the go-to organization people around the world opt to send their donations to. Americans' response to Hurricane Harvey is no exception. Numerous public figures and celebrities, including former Pres…
By Natasha Guzmán

Federal Judge Blocks Texas' Sanctuary City Ban From Going Into Effect Just Yet

News broke on Wednesday that a Texas federal judge blocked a ban on sanctuary cities. The proposed law, signed in May by Republican Gov. Greg Abott, would've prevented cities and and counties from giving local officials the right to refuse to coopera…
By Natasha Guzmán

A Chemical Plant Near Houston Is Going To Explode & Officials Say Nothing Can Stop It

According to the CEO of a chemical plant in Crosby, Texas, the area is in danger of the plant exploding, and there's no way it can be stopped. Days of rain from Hurricane Harvey has immersed the plant under roughly six feet of floodwater, causing the…
By Natasha Guzmán

Thousands Of People Are Seeking Emergency Shelter After Harvey

After making landfall in Texas on Friday, Hurricane Harvey forced thousands to evacuate the most heavily hit areas, particularly the city of Houston. With the storm still currently active, the exact number of people who have had to leave their homes …
By Natasha Guzmán

San Franciscans Are Using Dog Poop To Drive Out The Far-Right & It's Total Genius

After the National Park Service issued a permit to the group Patriot Prayer for a right-wing "freedom rally" at Crissy Field, counter-protesters are already gearing up to make their opposition known. One particularly unique approach will be taken by …
By Natasha Guzmán

5 Hurricane Harvey Predictions That Tell You Everything You Need To Know About The Storm

For the first time since Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast 12 years ago, a potential Category 3 storm dubbed Hurricane Harvey is predicted to hit the Texas Gulf Coast within the next 36 hours. The National Hurricane Center released a report…
By Natasha Guzmán

Arizona Judge Overturns "Racist" Bill Banning Students From Learning About Mexican-Americans

On Tuesday, Judge A. Wallace Tashima of the U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona ruled that a bill banning ethnic studies in public schools was unconstitutional and discriminatory, specifically against Latinos. House Bill 2281, first passe…
By Natasha Guzmán

These 9 Groups Are Protesting Trump's Phoenix Rally For Totally Different Reasons

On Tuesday, two days after returning from his "working vacation" at his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey, the president is doing one of his favorite things: hosting a campaign-style event in Arizona. Groups in Phoenix will be protesting Trump's ra…
By Natasha Guzmán