Most voted Republican in midterms, yet support Obama-era policies.
Organized gangs drill roughly 42 illegal taps into government pipelines daily, costing the country $3 billion per year.
After I saw students cringe during the 10-minute speech, they divided the text into three sections: beginning, middle, and end (a classic strategy for text analysis).
Alex Friedmann, associate director of the Human Rights Defense Center, has submitted shareholder resolutions on the subject for a vote at the companies’ annual meetings.
There aren’t enough tanker trucks, and lines have stretched for hours at gas stations in outlying states this week.
The film contains other subtle but important elements that have been largely ignored by critics so far.
“He played again, once again, to fearmongering and scapegoating,” the Texas Democrat noted.
You might hate us, but you sure love making fortunes from our culture.
It may well be the last chance the island gets to honor the promise of justice long forgotten.
One by one, many of the victims of Latin America’s longest-running armed conflict are providing brutal testimony to a new Special Peace Jurisdiction that is one of the most controversial aspects of the 2016 peace accord between Colombia’s government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia.
What is unprecedented, authorities say, is the number of women and children arriving at the border, many seeking legal asylum in the country.
The President “is doubling down on his racist campaign promise and putting all Americans and the health of our economy at risk.”
The U.N. anti-corruption commission, known by its initials as the CICIG, has angered President Jimmy Morales after it helped investigate him, his sons and his brother on accusations of corruption they deny.
USC Study ‘Inclusion in the Director’s Chair’ Excludes Latinos, and LA Times Reporter Fails to Ask Why
While the study showed significant gains in the hiring practices of black directors in Hollywood, it failed to acknowledge Latinos in any significant way.
In this interview, Melissa Fumero and Stephanie Beatriz talk about how they got their roles, growing up between two worlds and struggling to find their identity.
“Nicolás Maduro doesn’t know the constitution, and he doesn’t know the laws,” Christian Zerpa said.