After Donald Trump imposed steel and aluminum tariffs against his international allies, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has chosen in his response not to sit idly by, opening a new personal battlefront for the U.S. president.
An undocumented student at La Salle shares her fight to achieve a higher education degree.
All of the aggressive policies of the Trump Administration have not been enough to break the will of thousands of people who continue to attempt to cross the U.S. border with Mexico.
Mexican-American artist and art educator Nora Litz explains why art education is so powerful for children who are immigrants and from first-generation immigrant families that she has worked with throughout the city.
Amid growing evidence that the upsurge in tourist apartments is driving rents up and residents out, the city has launched a crackdown on illegal, unlicensed apartments advertised on platforms like Airbnb.
Pastor Nolberto Guerra Chacón of Fresca Unción Internacional, a church in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, is leading a fundraising and relief effort for the communities devastated by the June 3 volcanic eruption that has killed 99 people and counting.
After a campaign fueled by rhetoric against political correctness, one in which the immigrant became the scapegoat for all the problems of U.S. society, President Donald Trump is now the symbol of a country that shuts its doors in the face of immigrants.
AL DÍA News joins the celebration of Immigrant Heritage Month by highlighting the contributions of twelve Latino immigrants that, by their presence alone, enrich Philadelphia’s culture, politics and economy. Watch more of their stories, in their own words.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents have arrested more than 100 employees of a landscaping and gardening company in Ohio through an aggressive operation coordinated with Border Patrol.
In honor of Immigrant Heritage Month, AL DÍA News recognizes the economic impact that foreign-born populations create in Pennsylvania.
According to the United Nations Office of Human Rights, separating immigrant families upon their entry into U.S. territory is a violation of international law.
With an annual conference on June 12, the Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce will host a program to help close the outcome gap for Latino professionals in the food and hospitality businesses.
Writer and activist Darnell L. Moore is in Philadelphia presenting his book, “No Ashes in the Fire,” an autobiography inspired by his traumatic experience growing up black and gay in Camden, New Jersey.
Watch out Puyero: Central American street food shines in Sofia Deleon’s brick and mortar restaurant near Rittenhouse Square
According to a press freedom group, during the administration of President Enrique Peña Nieto, which began in December 2012, at least 42 journalists have been murdered.
A federal judge's decision Wednesday rules that the Department of Justice cannot withhold funding from Philadelphia due to the city's welcoming policies for immigrants.
Bakers in Argentina are threatening to continue protests if the government does not lower the cost of flour.
Melancholy and sadness often become the strongest engines when it comes to manifesting, communicating or reclaiming social realities. This month we remember all those who left their countries in search of a better future. These are their songs.
June is Immigrant Heritage Month, a time when the country should celebrate immigrants from all over the world whose quick minds and strong hands built this nation, sustaining it during bad times and pushing it forward during better ones.
When Mike Yakusu arrived in Cape Town, South Africa, nearly two decades ago, this immigrant born in the perennially war-ravaged Congo didn’t have much more than the clothes on his back.
No sooner had I hit "send" on a recent column listing examples of Democrats failing immigrants and refugees than I realized there were other instances that should have been included.
Attorney Xochitl Torres Small has won the Democratic nomination for New Mexico's second congressional district while Congresswoman Michelle Lujan Grisham has clinched the party's nomination for the state's governorship.
AL DÍA News has selected four books that will provide the leader a closer look into the experience of migration in the United States.
The summer before his freshman year of college, David Hernández got a notice from the University of California asking him for a housing deposit he had no idea was due.
The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute will recognize journalist Jorge Ramos and educator Michele Bobadilla at the organization’s 41st Annual Awards Gala.