Nearly 11.7 million Colombians cast ballots, failing to reach the 12.1 million mark.
#NoLatinosNoTickets: NHMC and NLMC Protest Outside Paramount Pictures for Their Lack of Latino Talent on Screen and Behind the Scenes
“It’s 2018. Diversity and representation are no longer just buzzwords or special programs.”
Where does the Miami duo go next?
All Nine Judges of Ecuador’s Highest Court Were Dismissed in What Former President Called ‘a True Coup’
The Council also accused the Court of postponing judicial decisions and of suspicious management of public funds.
Latino USA producer Sayre Quevedo finds himself on a journey to understand the family that he never knew.
Earlier this week, a food truck from Harina PAN handed out free arepas outside of Nationals Park in DC.
News coverage around crimes committed by minorities continue to emphasize immigration status, ethnicity and race.
OAS Calls Venezuela a ‘Dictatorship’ and Asks Other Countries to Ignore Extradition Requests Related to Explosives Attack
“The National Constituent Assembly was elected through fraud,” the communiqué says.
Help us create a collective conscience on what is happening to the nation of Puerto Rico.
How a Planned Debt Restructuring Agreement Benefits the Bankers and Could Block Puerto Rico From Holding Them Legally Accountable
An agreement nearing approval as part of Puerto Rico’s debt restructuring process could block many forms of legal accountability for a key set of government officials and bankers that oversaw the creation of the debt—and stick credit unions and municipalities with the tab.
Justice was served, but nobody knew.
A poll found that almost half of his supporters would transfer their votes to his running mate Fernando Haddad.
Latino USA breaks down the aftermath of the family separation crisis.
Venezuela’s hyperinflation crisis is set against a backdrop of crippling U.S. financial sanctions.
International Human Rights Body Condemns Family Separation Under Trump Administration’s Zero Tolerance Immigration Policy
Demands reunification of separated families and halt to deportation of parents.
According to recent studies, 33 city residents over the age of 18 attempt suicide every day in Ciudad Juárez.
Hundreds of Immigrant Children, Youth and Families Join Logic’s Performance at 2018 VMAs to Protest Trump Administration’s Family Separation and Detention Policy
In powerful performance, children and youth stand up for others who have been harmed by Trump’s cruel immigration policies.