In a historic day for the nation's Republican heartland, the citizens of Alabama showed that no one could force them to vote for a partisan consensus, much less if it implies backing inappropriate behavior.
On one side are luxury apartments with private swimming pools, on the other, the daily shantytown life of Gustavo, Letizia and Livia, three of the youngsters who said "No" to crime and today fight to get ahead in a Sao Paulo neighborhood that is the epitome of inequality.
59 Democratic congresswomen called on the United States House of Representatives to launch an investigation into accusations of sexual misconduct against President Donald Trump.
The president of the United States on Wednesday sought to distance himself from the defeat suffered by a controversial Republican candidate in a special US Senate election in Alabama.
Brightening the cells inside Nelson Hungria Prison with the true Christmas spirit of love and togetherness is the purpose of the Shining Cell Contest, which for the past seven years has awarded a prize to the cell with the best Yuletide decorations in the women"s prison in Rio de Janeiro.
Sao Paulo's Empathy Museum boasts no paintings or other works of art, only well-worn footwear and audio recordings of dozens of personal stories that enable the visitor to literally walk a mile in someone else's shoes.
No, this was not your typical PA Society smoke-filled bash or “old boy’s club” weekend.
For those innocent souls who believed Donald Trump’s Cuba policy would not be “too bad” or “all that different” from President Obama’s, the appointment of Philip Goldberg as head of the U.S. embassy in Havana should make them understand that only the worst can be expected from the current White House dweller.
The searing slap of violence is something Roz Pichardo knows on many painful levels.
NPR's "Latino USA" details how a Colombian immigrant came to identify with the alt-right.
The Venezuelan opposition coalition Democratic Unity Roundtable (MUD) on Monday described as fraudulent the weekend"s mayoral elections, which the ruling party won and three of the four major MUD parties boycotted.
New York police have has informed that a person is in custody after an "explosion of unknown origin."
The tricolor squad was again one of the most unfortunate countries in the World Cup’s draw
The US President wants Washington Post reporter David Wiegel fired over misleading tweet
Written by Raquel Jaramillo, daughter of Colombian inmigrants, Wonder returns to be topical thanks to the premiere of the film with the same name. The novel serves as an inspiration for young people affected by facial alterations who suffer bullying at school.
A full-blown love affair with Portugal travels from Café Liz in Olney, to Independence LIVE! in Center City for one festive night only.
The Latino community will be the most affected by the Republican fiscal project.
Nintendo's "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" won the game of the year award at The Game Awards gala, held in Los Angeles on Thursday.
The Supreme Electoral Tribunal of Honduras will conduct a special recount of 4,753 ballot boxes before naming the new president.
Saudi Arabia and Turkey slammed a decision by the president of the United States to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, warning the move could lead to grave repercussions.
Cristina Fernandez, Argentina's ex President, was indicted this Thursday. She is being investigated in an attempt to cover up information about the 1994 terrorist attack on a Jewish Community Center in Buenos Aires.
A Penn Law program provides a head start to high school-aged students interested in a legal career, a field where Latinos are drastically underrepresented.
Senator Al Franken said that his resignation due to his moral duty to Minnesota citizenship.
We spoke to the members of LADAMA, a group that promotes the empowerment of women and promises to conquer the US.
“It’s hard to say someone you loved raped you. Someone you STILL love.” - Timothy Heller