Hazelton, a small Pennsylvania town, struggles to redefine its identity as Latino immigrants save its economy, reports Vice Magazine.
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Obama breaks silence on Trump presidency to condemn migration ban
Backlash from big business grows over Trump travel ban. Amazon considers legal challenge to immigration order as others attack clampdown, reports The Financial Times.
US president’s travel ban provokes demonstrations in cities including Edinburgh, Cardiff and London.
After riding a wave of growth in Latino consumers, Orci, an ad agency's job focused on the Hispanic market, just got harder, reports the L.A. Times.
2017 Pura Belpré Awards from the American Library Association Honor Latino Authors for Cultural Literature. The awarded authors highlight the importance of cultural diversity and integration.
Main leaders of the European Union have joined their voices to say "No" to Donald Trump's immigration and travel vetoes to Muslim citizens and refugees.
Sandwich bread or nachos? Ketchup or salsa? In the US, the answers prove Trump's wall not culinary, reports El País.
Born in Venezuela and naturalized American, Carolina Herrera came to design by chance when she was 42. Now she is the head of a billion-dollar global fashion empire, reports El País.
El País interviewed Martin Baron, executive editor of The Washington Post, about Trump's war on media.
UK prime minister launches charm offensive on arrival in Philadelphia, suggesting she will get on well with US president, reports The Guardian.
Roads and Kingdoms reports on a soccer federation for unrecognized nations.
This project from NPR about life on the U.S.-Mexico border is a couple of years old, but holds up well.
Donald Trump's visit to Philadelphia today is expected to spark protests and demonstrations around the city.
One good reason is that the President signed an executive order on Wednesday to strip federal funds from sanctuary cities like Philadelphia. As far as our city maintains its status as a "4th Amendment" or sanctuary city,-in order to protect illegal immigrants- the executive order will prevent it from getting access to any federal grants, blocked by the Department of Homeland Security.
In his first TV interview, Donald Trump said torture 'absolutely' works. A new draft executive order points to return to practices such as waterboarding.
The Ladies in White (Damas de Blanco), an opposition movement in Cuba founded in 2003 by wives of jailed dissidents, say that political repression is on the rise in Cuba.
The Head of the European Jewish Congress warned of his 'deep concern' about Anti-Semitism rising across West as result of 'populism and isolationism', reports The Independent.
Mexico’s president has once again declared that “Mexico will not pay for any wall” but stopped short of cancelling a visit to Washington after Donald Trump signed executive orders that include building the border barrier.
In Davos, Mexico's main trade body dismissed the idea that Mexico has profited from globalisation at the expense of others, such as workers at US car factories.
When Ford announced that it was withdrawing from a $1.6bn car assembly plant in Villa de Reyes, the dreams of prosperity of many of its villagers faded away. Today, that half-finished factory sits idle, gathering dust in the desert, reports the BBC.
El País interviewed Yunieski Marcos, the last Cuban immigrant to benefit from the "wet foot, dry foot" policy. The law was abolished by president Obama just days before stepping off.
Oscar Nomination Puts Puerto Rican Lin-Manuel Miranda One Step Closer to an EGOT (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony)
US president’s inauguration day proclamation uses language uttered by Kim Jong-un in speeches to military and in the secretive state’s propaganda, reports The Guardian.
Milongas, the places where Argentines go to tango, are a casualty of the weak economy, reports The Economist.
The same day Donald Trump was being sworn into office in Washington DC, Pope Francis granted EL PAÍS a long interview at the Vatican, during which he called for prudence in the face of widespread alarm over the new US president.