During the Alegria Ball on Feb. 9, the Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce presented the Excelencia Business Awards.
After two of his aides resigned from the post on accusations of domestic violence, Trump, and his administration have disqualified the victims and sided with the aggressors.
After the dramatic win that scored The Eagles their first Lombardi, Philly fans have been flying high with wings of glory and a Bud Light in hand. Here’s a recap of the “Green Fever” that stuck its talons through the City’s heart last week.
Of 800,000 young undocumented immigrants, at least 900 could have a temporary relief.
From profiles in the media to Pelosi's eight-hour speech, the names and faces, the individual struggles and triumphs of DREAMers are being highlighted prior to the Senate debate on immigration this week.
Two academics have conducted a research, compilation, and documentation of the true experience of deported citizens.
The Trump Administration has nominated Rodriguez for the Southern District Court of Texas.
After a drama that led to a brief government shutdown, the US Congress has approved a budget agreement that does not solve anything, while dangerously increasing the country's debt.
You didn’t have to, Nick, but we’re grateful you did.
The City of Brotherly Love marked the occasion of their first Super Bowl championship with joy — and a healthy dose of sibling rivalry.
These are images of how Philly welcomed the Super Bowl LII champions, Philadelphia Eagles.
Local community organizers and university officials outline some of the steps colleges and universities can take to support undocumented students and DACA recipients from enrollment to graduation.
The US president wants the Pentagon to organize a major military parade like France does to celebrate their national day, but the proposal gets little public support.
In an 8-hour speech the leader of the Democratic minority in the House, Nancy Pelosi, left with an open mouth all those who questioned the temperance of the Party when defending the Dreamers.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency hired a company to bring 30 million meals to Puerto Rico, of which only 50,000 arrived.
According to media reports on Tuesday, President Trump is not willing to change his terms in negotiating the future of immigrants unless they cave into his every whim.
This is ALDIA’s musical recommendation for this week.
Beatriz and Jose Garces, two entrepreneurial leaders from immigrant backgrounds, are serving Philadelphia’s immigrant community through the Garces Foundation. This week, the organization's efforts will be recognized with an Excelencia Business Award.
According to the Times, Donald Trump's lawyers have urged him not to meet with special attorney Robert Mueller.
As Google tests out Bulletin, a new free, public app for hyperlocal news stories, the media industry is left to wonder how it could impact the fading focus on local news.
Latino shades of Black History Month
Anybody with a modicum of knowledge about the history of U.S.-Latin America relations could have told Secretary of State Rex Tillerson that starting a weeklong, five-nation “goodwill tour” of that continent by singing the praises of the 1823 Monroe Doctrine, seeming to encourage the Venezuelan military to topple President Nicolás Maduro, and demanding for Cuba to make political changes pleasing to Washington was not going to be a stellar opening act.
A House Representatives Committee has voted unanimously on Monday to publish a classified document that the Democrats claim will clarify things regarding the Memorandum Nunes. Now it is the decision of President Trump to release it or not.
The international markets have risen with the worst falls in recent years, and it is presumed that the cause is the fear of American political unrest.
The Latin American political scene seems to be taking a definitive turn towards more conservative positions, according to the results of the last elections and the forecasts of the current campaigns.