Circuit Court Judge L. Felipe Restrepo spoke with AL DÍA about how a Colombian immigrant became a high-ranking official in the U.S. judiciary.
The NFL kickoff game ended in a dramatic but positive fashion for the world champion Eagles.
The publication of the measures of retention, denial, and cancellation of passports to citizens of Latino origin born on the border with Mexico shows the inability of the Trump administration to recognize Hispanics as nationals with rights.
De La Hoya's announcement of a potential presidential bid highlights the current climate of U.S. politics.
HACE, elected officials, artists, and residents hailed the unveiling of the new art installation and trail on Gurney Street as a step forward for the community to reclaim and beautify the site.
On September 2, the world lost the National Museum of Brazil, which housed more than 20 million artifacts.
Donald Trump's approach to the crisis in Venezuela is reminiscent of the role of the U.S. played in the overthrow of Chilean President Salvador Allende on September 11, 1973.
As Philadelphia prepares to host the annual event, the national organization is welcoming a new leader.
The University of Pennsylvania is hosting an art exhibit focused on the overthrow of former Chilean President Salvador Allende on September 11, 1973, and the event's impact on society.
The Republican representative and candidate for Flordia governor Ron DeSantis has not been able to avoid showing the true racist connotations of his campaign.
An investigation by ProPublica and Mother Jones has shed light on the nightmare faced by hundreds of young undocumented immigrants living in detention centers in Chicago.
With the intention of accelerating stalled immigration trials and deportation proceedings, Attorney General Jeff Sessions has ensured that, by the end of the year, there will be 50 percent more immigration judges.
Uruguayan rock band No Te Va Gustar (NTVG) brings their energetic live show to Philadelphia’s District N9NE on Sept. 15, complete with hits from throughout their 20-year career and songs from their latest album, “Suenan las alarmas.”
Two important Latino art exhibits recently opened at the Allentown Art Museum with titles and explanatory texts in both English and Spanish. Both will be on view through December 9, 2018.
AL DÍA brings you the best alternative music in Spanish that you won’t find elsewhere.
The largest coalition of Hispanics in the government has raised its voice against Judge Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court, arguing an imminent danger to the Latino community and to the entire country.
The executive chef at Tio Flores on South Street puts his own spin on Mexican classics.
Esteemed professionals in the legal field gathered to discuss the need for more diversity in the U.S. law profession and beyond.
Chef Hugo Campos is expanding Philabundance’s catering and job training program to continue serving up delicious meals and brighter futures throughout the region.
Against the accusations of activists and human rights organizations, Donald Trump's government has initiated an official procedure to withdraw from a judicial agreement that limited the government's ability to detain minors in prisons for immigrants.
This week the country has been surprised by the publication of an anonymous column in the New York Times in which a senior White House official seems not only to confirm the chaos of the Trump administration but also urges Americans to take action.
The photographer's latest collection focuses on "intimate photographs depicting a 97-year-old man... and his everyday experiences as he transitions into widowhood after 67 years of marriage."
The event launched with a reception at the Marriot Philadelphia Downtown Hotel on Sept. 5.
It is the first time in the U.S. that the FDA has approved the use of an app as birth control.
"With each passing day, Nicaragua travels down a familiar path. It is a path that Syria has taken, it is a path that Venezuela has taken," said U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley.