A group of young people is ready to prove that the March for Our Lives, which has been spearheaded by victims of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School tragedy in Parkland, Florida, is far from just a shooting star in U.S. politics.
Esperanza, the Philadelphia-based Evangelical Latino network, will hold its 12th National Hispanic Prayer Breakfast & Conference in Washington, D.C. from June 12-14 to teach and promote political advocacy.
In Alfredo Corchado’s latest work, "Homelands: Four Friends, Two Countries, and the Fate of the Great Mexican-American Migration," the author traces the Mexican-American migration story through his own experience and that of three friends he first met in Philadelphia 30 years ago.
Indiscriminate bombings, war crimes and complete destruction of civilian settlements are just a few of the results of the U.S. intervention in Syria.
The administration of President Donald Trump made the announcement about the NFL champions after learning that only a small number of Philadelphia Eagles representatives intended to visit the White House.
Some of the worst racial violence in Los Angeles history occurred in June 1943 when American servicemen launched racially motivated attacks against Mexican American and black men who were wearing the oversized suits popular at the time.
The event showcased Latino filmmakers from all over Latin America and the U.S. But at the festival’s opening night, a special emphasis was placed on Puerto Rico and the island’s rebuilding efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.
The historic planned meeting between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un is one of the most delicate situations in world politics, and putting two such sensitive leaders at the same table presents the opportunity for anything to go wrong.
Statistics show that a person from the LGBT community dies or commits suicide every 19 hours in Brazil.
President Jimmy Morales declared a state of emergency and public calamity in the three affected Guatemalan regions to facilitate the rescue and care of victims.
Comcast’s contribution to the California-based organization is an investment in Latina professionals in the technology industry and an effort to diversify the workforce.
The Supreme Court supports the Trump Administration in the case of an undocumented adolescent who obtained an abortion in a refugee shelter.
The expansion of Medicaid in Virginia is a sign that Republicans can do the right thing when their interests are involved.
Spain’s new prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, took office on Saturday and is now forced to confront the Catalonia crisis.
Mariano Rajoy was ousted as Spain’s prime minister on Friday after a vote of no confidence in Parliament. A long-running corruption scandal had tainted his right-wing Popular Party.
President Donald Trump's impulsiveness is showing again, hitting some of the strongest allies of the United States with tariffs on steel and aluminum.
Roxana Hernández, a Honduran immigrant who was part of the so-called Caravan of Refugees, died in ICE custody after being subjected to confinement in low temperatures.
Claudia Gómez, a Guatemalan migrant, was killed during a U.S. Border Patrol operation in May.
U.S. employment has risen for 92 consecutive months, the longest jobs-expansion streak on record.
Oscar Romero, who was murdered in El Salvador in 1980, will be declared a saint by Pope Francis in October.
According to the Mexico bureau of the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, between February and May 16, a total of 23 enforced disappearances took place at the hands of an unspecified "federal security force."
Since mid-April, the Central American country has suffered violence and repression at the hands of security agents of President Daniel Ortega’s administration.
The erratic foreign policy of the Trump Administration has been transformed into a constant oscillation of decisions that, before making it look like a power in front of the world, makes it exactly the opposite.
The nomination of Ronald Mortensen as Secretary of the Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration is irrefutable evidence that in the Trump era, there is no room for dissent.
Nasheli Juliana, Puerto Rican fashion designer and chair of the fashion department at Moore College of Art & Design, is working to change the lay of the land in the fashion world and beyond, centering design on sustainability, collective change, and power.