Erica Malunguinho was elected as a state representative in São Paulo, becoming the first transgender candidate elected to that position.
I am the actions, hopes, triumphs, and pain of my ancestors.
The right-wing candidate will have to face a runoff on October 28 against his opponent, Fernando Haddad, from the Worker’s Party.
“President Trump harbors an animus against non-white, non-European aliens,” wrote Judge Edward Chen of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Puerto Rico Governor Calls for ‘Elimination’ of Venezuelan Government, Offers to Host ‘Transition’ Logistics
Hypothetical post-Maduro planning has been discussed “at many levels”, Governor Rosselló claimed. His comments follow Trump’s endorsement of a military coup d’état in Venezuela.
The Supreme Court annulled the controversial 2017 pardon of former President Alberto Fujimori.
The audit found that hundreds of separated children were detained for longer than the three-day time limit in Border Patrol facilities.
In Mexico, violent groups likened to goon squads and criminal shock groups have rattled student protestors for decades.
More than 17 percent of tree cover has been lost to deforestation.
Impromptu refugee camps are springing up in towns across South America, fueling anxieties that tent cities may become permanent ghettos.
Javier Duarte’s case has been cast as emblematic of pervasive corruption in the long-dominant Institutional Revolution Party.
Nicolás Maduro told a small audience at the close of Wednesday’s assembly that he was willing to “shake hands” with President Trump and discuss an “open agenda.”
The United States put the roiling domestic unrest in Nicaragua on the U.N. Security Council’s agenda this month.
The President also slapped financial sanctions on four people closely associated with Maduro, including his wife Cilia Flores.
The trial court is expected to deliver its ruling later that day.
China says the ship is providing needed medical services to Venezuelans amid the crushing economic crisis.
It harkens back to the one of the ugliest chapters in United States relations with Latin America.
The new rule is planned to ensure that immigrants “can support themselves financially and will not be reliant on public benefits,” according to a press release.