In a biographical series on Netflix, 13 episodes reveal details of singer Luis Miguel’s life that had remained a mystery (mainly, the disappearance of his mother more than 30 years ago).
At Arizona's Casa Alitas, migrants receive food, a place to sleep, clean clothes and are allowed to communicate with their families. They even get help buying the bus or plane tickets needed to reach their final destination.
On Sunday, a planned demonstration resulted in the arrest of approximately 17 people, as protesters at the Berks County Residential Center called for Gov. Wolf to shut down the family detention center.
After President Trump defended his Russian counterpart and rejected accusations of collusion and interference by Moscow in the 2016 elections, the opposition in the U.S. has cataloged him as a "traitor" to the nation.
On Sunday, representatives from various organizations demanded "the immediate guarantee of health, life, dignity and integrity of women through the decriminalization of abortion in extreme circumstances."
In what many have perceived as a measure to support infant formulas companies, U.S. officials opposed a resolution of the United Nations World Health Assembly that promoted, protected and supported breastfeeding.
France is the champion for the second time in World Cup history, but the diversity of its team has put on the table the sharp immigration debate that occupies the political discussions of the European continent.
Human rights organizations say that at 351 people have died in unrest that began in mid-April with protests against a government proposal - since withdrawn - to make changes to the pension system.
Beginning in late July, the Dominican community of Philadelphia will hold its annual celebratory events to promote culture and recognize Dominican independence.
Chef Rene Arroyo and his family food prep team presented AL DÍA Chefs series guests with signature pisco, huancaína, cebiche and arroz chaufa de pescado.
Thousands of people took to the streets of the English capital to demonstrate against the "work visit" of U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday, which included an appearance by "Trump baby."
Philly can now have its fill of Luis Liceaga and Rafi Nieto’s Puerto Rican street food favorites at the historic market’s first Latino-owned permanent vendor.
AL DÍA brings you the best of alternative Hispanic music that you won’t find in other lists.
Under the guidance of director Carlos Alberto Méndez, a Dreamer himself, a group of these young migrants created UndocuCinema for the realization and production of film projects so they can tell their stories.
Celebrity Jane Fonda visited Washington DC to support female domestic and farm workers in the request to the Congress to pass reforms to the law against sexual harassment and exploitation
The 2017 earthquake in Mexico affected the core of the pyramid and made the building tilt down. When digging to assess the damages, the archeologists found an older structure, apparently a temple that could be more ancient than Tenochtitlan.
According to lead scientist Edelmiro Santiago Osorio, the raw extract of this fruit is as effective as a medication used to treat some types of cancer.
American Airlines made an official announcement of the first nonstop flight from Philadelphia to Mexico City during a networking event at the Consulate of Mexico in Center City on July 2.
For the past year and a half, Gabriel Rojas has operated La Guerrerense, a traditional Mexican ice cream shop in the heart of the Italian Market.
Puerto Rican education advocate Leticia Egea-Hinton is an integral part of the School District’s historic transition to local control.
Yuri Cortez, head of photographers of the France Press desk in Mexico, was smashed at the bottom of the crowd of jubilant Croatian players, who had just made it to the finals of the Russia 2018 World Cup. But Cortez never stopped shooting
Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner, immigrant rights organizations, Occupy ICE protesters, and others continue to call for Mayor Kenney and city officials to end ICE’s access to the police arraignment database.
An immoral and inhumane policy like Donald Trump’s “zero tolerance,” that mercilessly punishes families and tortures children with a sick parody of law, demands unforgiving, uncompromising outrage, it demands standing up and saying, “Enough is enough!”
Injustice rots the justice system.
Casa de Venezuela and city political representatives commemorated Venezuelan independence — while hoping for a second revolution.