A group of United States Republican lawmakers on Wednesday unveiled the details of an immigration bill that has the support of the country's president and proposes to offer "Dreamers" the possibility of legally residing in the country, although it does not provide for granting them citizenship.
The United Kingdom"s government on Thursday turned down a request by Ecuador to grant diplomatic status to the founder of the pro-transparency group WikiLeaks, a Foreign and Commonwealth Office spokesperson in London told EFE.
The number of confirmed deaths from flooding and mudslides in Montecito, north-west of Los Angeles, is currently standing at 17, as Californian authorities on Wednesday are stepping up their search for at least 20 missing persons.
The Philadelphia No-Kill Coalition, a collaborative effort between local animal service providers and advocates, aims to end the unnecessary deaths of cats and dogs in Philadelphia.
Governor Tom Wolf signed a public health Statewide Disaster Declaration today, initiating a concerted effort to fight against the pernicious opioid epidemic. This is the first-ever official proclamation to be made regarding the issue in Pennsylvania, but not the first time that the State has addressed it. What changes now?
Shops and motels are the new favorite target of Immigration and Customs agents to arrest undocumented citizens.
We’re beginning 2018 with the best of Latin American music today.
Between public confrontations for a book full of truths, internal struggles and attacks against the media, President Trump wants to make sure that nobody notices what really happens behind the curtain.
An air of reform is blowing in Philadelphia since the Inaugural Ceremony of the new City Controller and the District Attorney
Ecuador's foreign minister said Tuesday that Quito may pursue mediation to resolve the standoff between the South American nation and Britain over the fate of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who has spent more than five years holed up at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.
Juan Carlos Garcia, a member of the Honduran squad that competed in the 2014 World Cup, died after a battle with leukemia, the country"s soccer federation said Tuesday. He was 29.
Tuesday's fourth stage of the 2018 Dakar Rally saw more favorites cut down, as defending motorbike champion Sam Sunderland was forced to abandon with an injury and driver Cyril Despres, who started the day No. 2 in the car category, suffered an accident that threatened to end his race.
Steve Bannon, the last electoral campaign adviser of US President Donald Trump and former White House chief strategist, resigned Tuesday as executive chairman of the ultraconservative media company Breitbart News following the anger he provoked in the president over the last few days.
The "I am an American Immigrant" campaign from AL DÍA News will spotlight the exceptional contributions of 12 immigrants in the Philadelphia region.
A US judge on Tuesday ordered the president of the United States to partially revive the DACA immigration policy and to resume accepting renewal applications from undocumented youth migrants or "Dreamers" until all pending legal challenges are resolved in different courts across the country.
For the 41st time, Gallup International has released their Global End of Year Survey, polling 55 countries on the topics of hope, happiness, and economic optimism. Three countries in Latin America made the Top Ten, but one country in the region scored in the bottom tier.
The parliamentary elections of 2018 seem to follow the model of the presidential race, between radical characters and random democratic candidates.
The night of the Golden Globe Awards was led by the #MeToo movement against sexual abuse in the entertainment industry, and the Latino community had its representatives.
After the publication of various texts in which the mental stability of the president is questioned, several specialists determine the danger of speculating with psychiatric diagnoses in order to make political proselytism.
The two Koreas on Tuesday began their first meeting in more than two years with a focus on facilitating the North Korean participation in the Winter Olympic Games, but also aimed at defusing the regional tension, the Ministry of Unification of South Korea told EFE.
Members of Paraguay's lower house of Congress were reviewing on Monday a bill to give the indigenous Guarani language the same status as Spanish in media and official communications.
It’s beginning to look as if the Trump administration has declared war not only on Latin American and Caribbean immigrants, but on their countries of origin as well.
The United States Secretary of Defense on Tuesday apologized to Japan for the series of accidents involving military helicopters that has taken place on the island of Okinawa, in southern Japan, and has led to resentment among the local residents.
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts on Tuesday announced the nominations for the 2018 edition of its prestigious BAFTA awards to be held in London.
Soaring water rates will mean drought for millions of Americans in four years without major change now.