Elizabeth Vargas, the longtime co-host of ABC’s “20/20,” is leaving the network.

The announcement was made before Christmas by James Goldston, the president of ABC News, in a memo to staff. Goldston said Vargas, who will be exiting the network in May, is pursuing “new ventures.” There was no word yet from ABC News about a successor. Vargas has been with “20/20” for 14 years. She’s worked alongside “World News…

Carlos Vives & Latin Grammy Cultural Foundation Support Students

The Latin Grammy Cultural Foundation, which provides support to Latin students at Berklee College of Music, has announced that it is accepting applications for the Carlos Vives Scholarship.   The Colombian superstar has partnered with the Latin Grammy program to provide financial support to an accepted student at Berklee College toward a bachelor’s degree, worth…

Psychic foresaw Trump’s win, reveals predictions for 2018…

  Craig Hamilton-Parker has previously predicted Brexit, Donald’s Trump’s White House victory and the terror attack in Nice, France – and now he’s turned his attention to 2018   Craig Hamilton-Parker’s list includes a revolution in North Korea that brings down Kim Jong-un’s regime, a terrorist incident on a British motorway, a chemical weapons attack…

Rep. Kristy Pagan on the Michigan Supreme Court’s ruling

LANSING — The Michigan Supreme Court ruled unanimously that the 3 percent of teacher pay illegally held back by the Snyder-Schuette administration must be refunded. The ruling follows an earlier decision declaring the law that allowed the hold to be unconstitutional. In response, state Rep. Kristy Pagan (D-Canton) issued the following statement:  “I applaud the…

Michigan Department of Civil Rights Weighs In On AG Opinion on Minimum Wage

Lansing, MI – “With the shortage of migrant farmworkers this past growing season, I am very concerned with the Attorney General’s Opinion concluding that Michigan’s minimum wage does not apply to certain small farm operations or their employees, reversing long-standing policy”, said Agustin Arbulu, Director of the Michigan Department of Civil Rights. “We call on…

Congress fails to protect dreamers

Washington, D.C. –  Congress passed a Continuing Resolution funding the government until January of 2018 thus avoiding a government shutdown. Republicans joined by some Democrats passed the last minute resolution without the DREAM Act or legislation that would provide protection to undocumented immigrants brought to the country as children. Cesar Vargas, Esq. co-director of the…