Since it became a free country moving away from the old Yugoslavia in the early nineties, Croatia has had a national team that has been amongst planet’s football top entertainers.
"Bullets at the Border" aims to bring renewed attention to two fatal shootings by Border Patrol agents and to a third death blamed on negligence by US Customs and Border Protection personnel.
Pope Francis took the decision on the grounds that no benefit derived from the sale of tobacco can be justified if it is costing people their lives.
This weekend, find out why Philadelphia isn’t a cultural wasteland.
The Republican nominee for the Senate by the state of Alabama, Roy Moore, is the new defendant for sexual abuse.
After a presidential campaign where Donald Trump demonized China and blamed it for unemployment in the United States, his visit to Xi Jinping shows that there is no room for feelings in business.
The avant-garde of Latin American music that you won’t find on popular lists
The military battle against jihadi groups in places like Syria and Afghanistan is a tough struggle, but it has always been one that favored the United States and its allies.
The immediate focus of the new Fed president will be on how to sustain the economic recovery without low interest rates fueling inflation or financial speculation.
The overwhelming victory of Danica Roem over Robert Marshall in the state of Virginia marks a historic milestone in the United States.
Research suggests that successful Latinos aim to improve academic and financial attainment within the Latino community.
After the key victories of Democrats in Virginia and New Jersey last Tuesday, the national political landscape seems to be showing signs of Trump’s failure.
Larry Krasner and Rebecca Rhynhart were the big winners of the Election Day that took place this Tuesday in Philadelphia.
After the Texas massacre, the organization Gun Violence Archive revealed that so far this year there has been almost one mass shooting per day.
A newcomer to the “Phoodie” scene with a knack for traditional tastes, boricua chef Luis Liceaga will be the owner of the first authentic Latin American stand at Reading Terminal Market.
The Latino Luncheon of Chester County awards scholarships to Latino students attending the area's universities.
The Department of Homeland Security has ended the Temporary Protection Status (TPS) for 2,500 Nicaraguans on Monday.
"Relational violence is at the root of so much of the violence that we see on our streets and in our world today.” - Jeannine L. Lisitski, Executive Director & President of Women Against Abuse since 2009
An important report in the United States has shown that Climate Change is getting worse, and this week we could be the only country to be left outside the international collaboration to do something about it.
Plenty of poignant sights filled the eyes of Michael Bastone as he’s driven all over Puerto Rico during the past few weeks delivering supplies to desperately needy people as a volunteer for the Red Cross.
The Secretary of Commerce of the United States is a potential and powerful link between the Trump administration and Russia, as well as having large sums of money in tax havens.
The federal judge studying the lawsuit filed by Philadelphia against the Department of Justice said the city meets the requirements to access federal funds.
The polling stations will open from 7 AM until 8 PM.
A leak of millions of documents has revealed the activities in tax havens by international personalities, as well as government officials in both America and Europe.