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Census Bureau count says
U.S. becoming more diverse

By the A.M. Costa Rica wire services

All races and ethnic groups grew in the U.S. over the last year, but the Asian and Hispanic populations continued to be the fastest growing, according to the annual count released Thursday by the Census Bureau.

The census reports that across all races and ethnic groups, the non-Hispanic white population grew the slowest.

"The non-Hispanic white alone group grew less than one-hundredth of one percent and only gained about 5,000 people,” Lauren Medina, a census demographer, said in a news release.

The census’ National, State and County Population Estimates by Age, Sex, Race and Hispanic Origin report says that as of July 1, 2016 the U.S. Hispanic population was 57.5 million, an increase of 2 percent since the last study a year earlier.

Meanwhile, the Asian population grew to 21.4 million at the fastest growth rate of all ethnic groups at 3 percent.

The report comes from the census’ State Data Center Program, which works with data coming from 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the island areas. This information comes from networks of state agencies, universities, libraries, and regional and local government.

The study estimates that all groups had more births than deaths in the last year, except non-Hispanic white people, who have experienced a decrease in births by 163,300 nationally.

Monica Gomez Isaac, executive director of the Institute for Immigration Research at George Mason University, said the increase in the Hispanic and Asian populations can be attributed to higher birth rates and that's projected to grow.

As a result, she said, the U.S. population is becoming more ethnically diverse.

However, she said that 50 years ago, immigrant populations grew for different reasons.

The abolishment of national origin entry quotas from the 1965 Immigration and Nationality Act made it possible for a greater diversity of immigrants to be admitted into the country especially from Latin American and Asia.

Geographically, the new census data shows the majority of Asians and Hispanics reside in states in the U.S. West.

California has the largest Hispanic and Asian population with 15.3 million and 6.6 million, respectively.

Texas had the highest numeric increase in Hispanic population at 233,100 people while 57 percent of the Hawaiian population is of Asian origin.

The Census Bureau makes a count of everybody living in the U.S. and its territories every 10 years. The count is mandated by the Constitution and will next take place in 2020.

The Bureau mails surveys to every U.S. household with questions that include number of residents, their ages and ethnicity.

Census surveys also allow people to select more than one race when responding to questionnaires. As a result, some residents may be one race or a combination of races. The question of Hispanic origin can reflect people of Hispanic, Spanish or Latino origin.

The White House for fiscal year 2018 already enmeshes the 2020 count in some controversy because of a historically low budget request. The Census Project watchdog group says that just when the bureau should be ramping up for the census, it has to cut back on field tests.

Executive order could swell
U.S. visa waiting times

By the A.M. Costa Rica wire services

The wait for visitor visas to the United States could get a little longer.

White House and State Department officials said Thursday that a new executive order revoking an Obama-era guideline on processing times at consulates was made in the interest of vetting and national security.

It was not immediately clear how much longer the process will take for the millions of tourist, student, and business visa seekers who apply to travel to the country every year.

The brief order, which was issued without comment from the White House or State Department, deletes a subsection of a 2012 order that sought to expedite the processing time for non-immigrant visas, including those needed by students and tourists.

The original order issued by then-president Barack Obama called on the State Department to ensure that 80 percent of non-immigrant visa applicants are interviewed within 3 weeks of receipt of application.

The new order comes amid months of efforts by the Trump administration to wield executive powers over certain immigration policies and implement what officials refer to as extreme vetting.

In a statement later Thursday, the State Department referred to national security and the vetting process, saying that removing the guideline provides additional flexibility to determine when longer processing times may be appropriate, including for security screening.

The administration recently expanded the visa application process to include social media handles used during the last five years, and additional biographical information for the last 15 years meaning the consular officials can ask for a would-be visitor's Facebook profile, and a list of everywhere they've traveled for more than a decade.

Asia’s plastics industry
prompts pollution fears

By the A.M. Costa Rica wire services

A booming plastics and packaging industry in Asia, including China, is being driven by rising incomes and consumption, with analysts saying a growing middle class will add to the rise in plastics demand across the region. But it comes along with a rising environmental alarm over plastic pollution in rivers and oceans.

Online plastics industry websites paint a picture of growth and trade and investment worth billions of dollars to Asian economies.

China has been a regional leader in plastics production rising over the past six decades to capture more than a 20 percent share of global plastics production. Southeast Asia accounts for a further 20 percent of global output.

Economists at Australia’s ANZ Bank say global plastics consumption have roughly tripled over the past 20 years.

Vietnam has reported an average growth of 18 percent in the plastics industry, with bags a leading export.

Within the 10-member Association of South East Asian Nations, or ASEAN, plastics and plastic products netted the region almost $40 billion in export revenues in 2013.

Thailand is a regional leader in plastics per capita consumption of plastics at 40 kilograms. Malaysia reports 35 kilograms per person and Indonesia is at 17 kilograms per person.

But the plastics and food packaging industries have a dark side. Plastic pollution in rivers and oceans has at times creating floating islands, and with floating debris and micro-plastics ingested by marine life.

In February, United Nations Environment declared war on plastics pollution, launching an unprecedented campaign targeting sources of marine litter, micro-plastics in cosmetics and excessive waste of single-use plastics by 2022.

A research paper published in the Nature Communications journal by the Ocean Cleanup, a Dutch Foundation, said between 1.15 and 2.41 million metric tons of plastic waste entered the oceans each year. “The top 20 polluting rivers, mostly in Asia, account for 67 percent of the global total,” the journal read.

China’s Yangtze River reported considerably higher plastic concentrations than any other sampled river worldwide dumping 330,000 metric tons of plastic into the East China Sea. India’s Ganges river is also of major concern to environmentalists.

The U.N. Secretary General Antonio Guterres recently warned that unless steps are taken to curb the pollution, plastics could outweigh fish by 2050.

Environmentalists estimate more than eight million tons of plastic ends up in the ocean, impacting ecosystems, killing around one million sea birds, some 100,000 sea mammals and millions of fish.

A U.N. Oceans Conference in early June called on nations to take steps on plastics consumption with China, Thailand, and Indonesia and the Philippines committing to reduce plastics consumption.

New Zealand-based environmental activist Anna Dawson spent three months in the Philippines in 2016. She cycled 2,000 kilometers on a bamboo bike scouring and cleaning beaches of plastics and supporting local communities to reduce plastics use.

Ms. Dawson says the food industry should be a target to reduce plastics use.

Study says olive oil protects brain from Alzheimer's

By the A.M. Costa Rica wire services

The benefits of a Mediterranean diet are widely chronicled, but new research shows extra-virgin olive oil, a key part of the diet, may protect against cognitive decline.

Specifically, researchers at Temple University in Philadelphia say extra-virgin olive oil protects memory and learning ability and reduces the formation of amyloid-beta plaques and neurofibrillary tangles in the brain, classic markers of Alzheimer's disease.

Researchers say olive oil reduced inflammation and triggers a process called autophagy, which helps broken down cells to flush intracellular debris and toxins. This includes amyloid plaques and tau tangles, the latter of which is associated with memory loss in Alzheimer’s.

“Brain cells from mice fed diets enriched with extra-virgin olive oil had higher levels of autophagy and reduced levels of amyloid plaques and phosphorylated tau,” said senior investigator Domenico Praticò.

For their study, the researchers looked at mice with three traits of Alzheimer’s: memory impairment, amyloid plaques, and neurofibrillary tangles. The mice were put into two groups. The first group got a diet enriched with extra-virgin olive oil, while the other group received a normal diet.

The olive oil was given to the mice when they were only six months old and before any symptoms of Alzheimer’s set in. While there was no difference in the appearance of the mice, at age 9 months and 12 months, the mice in the olive oil group performed significantly better on tests designed to evaluate working memory, spatial memory, and learning abilities.

An analysis of the brain tissue of the mice revealed more differences. Next, researchers plan to see what happens to mice who are given olive oil at 12 months, when they are already showing symptoms.

The study was published online June 21 in the Annals of Clinical and Translational Neurology.

Senate GOP health care plan
draws critics from all sides

By the A.M. Costa Rica wire services

After weeks of closed-door negotiations, Senate Republicans unveiled a draft bill to overhaul America's health care system and replace Obamacare, drawing criticism from Democrats and expressions of concern from some moderates as well as conservatives in their own party.

In what is seen as an attempt to make good on a longstanding Republican pledge to voters, the legislation would end the health care law's requirement that most Americans buy health insurance, phase out federal subsidies for purchasing a plan, and scale back funding for Medicaid, which covers health care costs for the poor and disabled.

The Republican plan provides tax incentives to help Americans pay for health care and repeals most Obamacare taxes on higher-income Americans. Democrats have blasted the bill as a tax cut for the rich masquerading as a health care plan.

“It cuts health care for those who need it most just to give a tax break to those who need it least,” said Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, a New York Democrat.

McConnell is pressing for a Senate vote on the bill next week, before Congress adjourns for the July 4 Independence Day holiday. Democrats objected to rushing a vote on a bill written in secret without a committee hearing on its merits.

Republicans countered that a more deliberative, bipartisan process would have been possible if Democrats had joined them in the push to end Obamacare.

Millions of Americans have gained health care coverage since Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act into law in 2010. And some of Obamacare's popular provisions, such as allowing young people to remain on their parents' health care policies until the age of 26, are retained in the Republican proposal.

But even Democrats acknowledge Obamacare's shortcomings, from spiraling costs of health care plans to a dwindling number of health care providers participating in exchanges across the nation.

While Democrats insist Obamacare can be fixed and improved while retaining its core structure, Republicans have insisted on repeal and replace as the only solution.

Now, Republican unity is being put to the test. Within hours of the proposal's unveiling, several Republicans signaled misgivings.

Nevada's Dean Heller, a moderate up for re-election next year, promised to read the proposed legislation, but, in a statement, said, “I have serious concerns about the bill's impact on the Nevadans who depend on Medicaid.”

At the same time, four conservatives said they are not ready to vote for the bill.

Republicans Ted Cruz of Texas, Mike Lee of Utah, Rand Paul of Kentucky and Ron Johnson of Wisconsin issued a joint statement saying, “It does not appear this draft as written will accomplish the most important promise we made to Americans: to repeal Obamacare and lower their health care cost.”

With Republicans numbering 52 in the 100-member Senate, they can afford to have only two members not vote to pass the health care bill, given what is expected to be unified Democratic opposition.

If the Senate passes the Republican plan, focus would shift to the Republican-led House of Representatives, which last month passed its own health care bill that Trump is reported to have labeled mean.

If the House passes the Senate bill intact, it would go to the White House for Trump's signature. But ultra-conservative House members are already hinting at dissatisfaction with the Senate proposal.

Health care accounts for roughly one-sixth of the United States' economy.

President Trump says he has
no recordings of Comey

By the A.M. Costa Rica wire services

U.S. President Donald Trump said Thursday he did not record his conversations with former Federal Bureau of Investigation chief James Comey.

Comey has said the president urged him to curb the agency's investigation into Russia's meddling of the 2016 presidential election, which Trump denies.

Trump wrote on Twitter: "With all of the recently reported electronic surveillance, intercepts, unmasking and illegal leaking of information, I have no idea whether there are 'tapes' or recordings of my conversations with James Comey, but I did not make, and do not have, any such recordings."

The tweet ended weeks of uncertainty about whether the president had installed a White House taping system and recorded two private conversations he had with Comey.

“I don’t know it was a game,” White House Deputy Chief Spokesperson Sarah Huckabee Sanders said when asked why the president waited 41 days to clarify there were no tapes of his conversations with Comey.

“You guys asked for an answer, he gave you one,” added Ms. Sanders at an off-camera briefing shortly after the president tweeted on the topic.

When asked whether the president believes members of the intelligence community are colluding with Democrats, Ms. Sanders responded the president was referencing his belief they’re trying to delegitimize his win in the election process.

Some lawyers have raised the question about whether that tweet could expose the president to an obstruction of justice case as Trump’s words might be interpreted as pressure on Comey not to discuss their conversations.

Germany will clear
gay men’s convictions

By the A.M. Costa Rica wire services

German lawmakers on Thursday approved a plan to annul the convictions of thousands of gay men sentenced for homosexuality under a Nazi-era law that remained in force after World War II.

The parliament's lower house voted unanimously for the bill, which calls for canceling convictions under what's known as Paragraph 175.

The legislation criminalizing homosexuality was introduced in the 19th century, toughened under Nazi rule and retained in that form in both East and West Germany. In all, more than 68,000 people were convicted under various forms of Paragraph 175 in both German states before it was scrapped in 1994.

The vote Thursday also foresees compensation of $3,340 for each conviction, plus $1,670 for every year of jail time.

An estimated 5,000 of those found guilty under the statute are still alive.

In addition to individual compensation, the government plans to give an annual $557,500 in funding to a foundation that is documenting the stories of men convicted under Paragraph 175.

In October, the British government announced that thousands of men convicted under now-abolished laws outlawing homosexuality would receive posthumous pardons, while those still alive will be eligible to have their criminal records wiped clean.

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