Front-runner Alberto Fernández and current President Mauricio Macri faced off over the state of the Argentine economy, past corruption scandals and a national debate over abortion legalization.
Given the trends nationally in the public at large, Latino Decisions expects Latino support for impeachment is higher today than it was in June.
New PRpolicy.org microsite will allow voters to examine candidates’ proposals on Puerto Rico issues.
History of Treaty Used to Impose Sanctions on Venezuela Shows It’s a Clumsy Way to Advance Democracy
Though the postwar years saw a relative flowering of democracy in Latin America, the Rio Treaty was not envisioned as an instrument for advancing democracy.
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Haiti’s embattled president faced a fifth week of protests on Monday as road blocks went up across the country after opposition leaders said they will not back down on their call for Jovenel Moïse to resign.
Latino Rebels Radio: October 14, 2019
QUITO, Ecuador (AP) — Thousands of indigenous demonstrators, student volunteers and local residents launched a mass cleanup Monday of a Quito park where anti-austerity protesters fought police for days, leaving piles of burning tires, trees and construction material.
Latino USA explores the history of Columbus Day, the battle for change, and pays a visit to one of the latest states to make Indigenous Peoples’ Day official: Maine.
NEW YORK (AP) — Federal judges in three states on Friday temporarily blocked Donald Trump’s policy to deny green cards to many immigrants who use Medicaid, food stamps and other government benefits, dealing a setback to one of the president’s most aggressive moves yet to cut legal immigration and make it more based on employment skills than family ties.
Latina Author Jennine Capó Crucet Responds to the Georgia Southern University Students Who Burned Her Book
“Much love and gratitude to all those who’ve shown support here and elsewhere. Abrazos to you all,” Capó Crucet tweeted with the statement.
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Protesters burned tires and spilled oil on streets in parts of Haiti’s capital on Friday as they renewed their call for the resignation of President Jovenel Moïse just hours after a journalist was shot to death.
Latino USA followed Pitbull over the course of a day when he was in New York City to speak at the AdWeek marketing conference and sat down for an interview with him at his hotel.
The Indigenous communities arrived in Quito earlier this week and have been protesting all over Ecuador due to Moreno’s decision to end government fuel subsidies.
QUITO, Ecuador (AP) — Hundreds more indigenous protesters poured into Ecuador’s capital from the country’s Amazon on Friday, increasing pressure on President Lenín Moreno over fuel price hikes and economic measures that have sparked more than a week of anti-government demonstrations.
The suggestion that El Salvador can protect asylum seekers is misleading.
MIAMI (AP) — After seeking asylum in the United States at the Mexican border, Pablo Sanchez was placed in a detention center and is now facing what has become an increasingly common scenario under President Donald Trump: deportation to Cuba.
While there is little certainty as to its origin, many scholars believe the statue arrived in Portobelo in the 17th century.
QUITO, Ecuador (AP) — An indigenous leader and four other people have died in unrest in Ecuador since last week, the public defender’s office said Thursday.
When It Comes to Commenting in English About Puerto Rico Targeting Journalists, Governor Vázquez Stays Silent
That’s not a democracy, and we won’t stay silent.