The creation of a School Board that will return to the city full political and budgetary control of education is the bet of the local administration to improve the quality of education in the public and charter schools of Philadelphia.
Neymar’s signing by Paris Sant-Germain made the headlines of every media outlet last summer. The eyes of every soccer fan were also focused in the wild movement that took the Brazilian star away from Barcelona and sent him to France’s capital.
The Republican Party unveiled last Thursday what would be the worst Christmas gift for the American middle class: a tax reform that attacks social benefits and favors the rich.
The US President wants the legislation that will replace DACA to include measures to strengthen border security, limit the granting of visas to a merit-based system and create a point-system whereby immigrants may obtain permanent residence in the US.
The judge of the National Court Carmen Lamela has decreed unconditional imprisonment without bail for the ex-Catalan president Oriol Junqueras and for seven former advisors, while it has imposed a bond of 50,000 euros to the former advisor of Santi Vila Company. The dismissed president Carles Puigdemont and three other councilors are in Belgium and have resisted traveling to Madrid to testify before the judge.
The State Prosecutor's Office accuses the dismissed president Carles Puigdemont for the crime of sedition and rebellion, crimes that could amount to 30 years in prison. While Puigdemont remains "refugee" in Belgium, nine members of his separatist cabinet have presented themselves on Thursday in Madrid to testify before the National High Court.
After years of corruption and social instability, Latin America is facing an electoral period that could change the political and economic landscape of the continent.
According to a 2017 report, Philadelphia ranks among the lowest in providing a favorable environment for Hispanic-owned businesses.
The mayor of Philadelphia will announce to the Council on Wednesday his plan to retake full control of the body that governs the public education of the city.
The arrest of an immigrant with cerebral palsy outrages the immigrant community and activists.
The Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce hosted a workshop on the Business Model Canvas, a tool that helps entrepreneurs foster new ideas.
Human Rights Watch has officially launched a campaign to support a bill that could potentially end child marriage in Florida, where pregnant girls can get married at any age if a judge approves it.
While news and analysis in America continue to be obsessed with Donald Trump’s daily antics and insults, halfway around the world, something truly historic just happened. China signaled that it now sees itself as the world’s other superpower, positioning itself as the alternative, if not rival, to the United States.
Some advocates of lower tax rates overstate their case. Like many others before him, Trump has credited Ronald Reagan’s 1981 tax cuts for the strong economy of the 1980s.
Trump again resorts to divisionism to face the terrorist attack in New York.
Will the earthquakes impact the presidential elections of July 2018 in the same way that the 1985 earthquake did?
The Hispanic IT Executive Council (HITEC) launches its Silicon Valley Leadership Summit on Nov. 1.
The scandal of Russiagate; the scuffle with the players of the NFL; the difficult relations with his party; his personality, and his poor reaction to Puerto Rico's tragedy -among others- have weakened the image of the US president.
On October 25th, Mari Carmen Aponte was recognized by the Pan-American Association in Philadelphia for her service with the 2017 William J. Clothier Memorial Award. Although the Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs has had a prolific career as a spearheading Latina, she has been subjected to demeaning sexism. This is our exclusive.
According to the Andean cosmology, death constitutes contact with the beyond and makes possible the ongoing flow of energy between three worlds: the dark world of the dead, that of the living and the world above.
According to witnesses of the incident, the attacker yelled "Allahu Akbar" ("God is great") when he came out of the pickup truck he was driving after it crashed into a school bus after he had run over dozens of people.
During the afternoon hours of this Tuesday, an individual attacked a bike path driving a rental truck. The Mayor of New York, Bill de Blasio, assured that it is a terrorist act.
Boricua chef Luis Liceaga is the owner of the first Latin American food stand at Reading Terminal Market.
The State of Hispanic Business is designed to inform Philadelphia’s business community about the current climate for Latino-owned businesses in the region.