Revisions offer more generous tax credits for older people, earlier repeal of tax increases on higher earners and hand Medicaid powers to states.
The U.S. secretary of state is reportedly considering skipping what would have been his first meeting of NATO foreign ministers in April to attend President Trump’s expected talks with the Chinese president.
The FBI director confirmed Monday that his agency is investigating possible collusion between the United States President"s campaign and the Russian government to influence the 2016 US presidential election.
The directors of the FBI and the NSA will break their public silence today about their investigations into possible links between Russia and President Donald Trump's campaign at a rare open congressional intelligence committee hearing.
Despite their differences in important issues like the refugees, the role of the US in NATO and the future of the European Union, Chancellor Angela Merkel’s visit to Washington last Friday wasn't that bad as expected.
Most of the works were chosen before last year’s Presidential election and makes us feel nostalgic, as reported in The New Yorker. Among the selected artists are two prominent Latinos: Rafa Esparza and Raúl de Nieves.
After a federal judge in Hawaii blocked the revised version of Trump’s travel ban on Wednesday, a judge in Maryland quickly followed suit, both of them ruling that the new executive order was essentially the same as the old one.
President Trump’s $1.1 trillion spending plan considers deep cuts to domestic, aid programs, while boosting military spending. All these cuts could hurt low-income Americans, including some of Trump’s own supporters.
En El Monje y el Filósofo, el célebre pensador francés Jean-François Revel dialoga con su hijo para entender los motivos que le llevaron a abandonar su brillante carrera científica y convertirse en monje budista.
Military spending would get the biggest boost in Trump’s proposed budget, with the environmental and state departments facing the greatest reductions
The Dutch prime minister, Mark Rutte, has seen off a challenge from the anti-Islam populist Geert Wilders to claim a resounding victory in parliamentary elections widely seen as a test for resurgent nationalism before other key European polls.
Hours before President Trump’s second attempt to ban travel from six Muslim-majority countries to take effect, a federal judge in Hawaii ordered to halt it. President Trump described the ruling as "unprecedented judicial overreach".
San Roque was home to Ecuador’s most infamous criminals for more than a century. When they left, things got worse. As reported in Roads & Kingdoms.
Activists and lawyers say the revised travel ban they say is motivated by ‘the same religious animus’ as the first.
The White House on Tuesday reported that the president of the United States paid $38 million in taxes on an income of $150 million in his 2005 tax return.
In an interview with The Guardian, the Vermont senator talks about his fight to make the Democratic party more attractive to working-class people – and on taking his progressive populism to the heartland in order to topple Trump.
Several Mexican Startups and Entrepeneurs are moving to the capital of Guadalajara amid fears of Trump's immigration policies, reported El País.
White House spokesman claims punctuation in tweet means Trump was using ‘wiretap’ to mean surveillance more broadly
The Republican proposal to overhaul health care in the United States could cause as many as 24 million people to lose their coverage over the next nine years, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office said Monday.
Top Republicans refuse to back up Trump's unproven wiretapping claim
The 8,761 documents published by WikiLeaks focus mainly on techniques for hacking and surveillance
Political donor and philanthropist Charles Koch has donated $2.2 million to the University of Pennsylvania Law School’s research and policy center created four years ago to promote long-term structural improvements to the U.S. criminal justice system.
The Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA), the largest immigrant rights organization based in California, just released "America; I Too", the second short film in a series of films addressed to help illegal immigrants, starring Academy Award nominee Barkhad Abdi.
En "Open. An Autobiography", el tenista André Agassi relata sin tapujos la historia de una vida marcada por un padre obsesionado por transformarle en el número uno del tenis.