Renowned Latina education expert Deborah Santiago will join AL DÍA News on Thursday, Nov. 30, to discuss how institutions can better serve Latino students.
The Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents plan a national operation against food chains that employ immigrant workers.
A couple takes advantage of the temporary opening of the border wall between Mexico and the United States to celebrate their nuptials, sending a strong message against anti-immigrant policies.
A word of advice: Forget what Trump’s demagoguery would have you believe, if you want to live in a safe city you should move to one with a large immigrant population.
For Philadelphia filmmaker Gilberto Gonzales the mere mention of the name Donald Trump unleashes an inferno of verbal fire citing failures of the President coast to coast on issues of import to Latinos from Trump’s readiness to squander millions on building that border wall to Trump’s “mishandling” of recovery efforts in Puerto Rico.
The majority of Haitian immigrants covered by the TPS program arrived in the US fleeing the devastating 2010 earthquake. The elimination of the program opens the door to their deportation.
New releases, discoveries and novelties of Latin American music.
Braddock Mayor John Fetterman, candidate for lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania, sat down with AL DÍA News to discuss establishing a larger platform for his progressive policies.
Nebraska regulators have approved the last stretch necessary for TransCanada to conclude the route of the Keystone XL pipeline through the state, giving Trump his second victory in a week.
One of President Trump's leading spokespersons has endorsed by omission the controversial Senate candidate for the state of Alabama, Roy Moore.
With the death of the most famous murderer in the United States, Charles Manson, we remember those who made this lifestyle a terrible chapter in the history of Latin America.
For two weekends in a row*, find out why Philadelphia isn’t a cultural wasteland.
The Chilean and American Chamber of Commerce of Greater Philadelphia held its 20th Annual Friend of Chile Awards Luncheon on Friday.
A sweet and sour week just finished in planet football. The World-Cup qualifying wild card round brought the best from several teams, but also the worst from others.
TransCanada Corp. has announced that its original Keystone pipeline has spilled approximately 795,000 liters of crude in Marshall County (S.D.), just days before Nebraska takes a decision on the future of the oil pipeline network set to expand.
The trial on charges of alleged corruption against New Jersey Democratic Sen. Bob Menéndez has been overturned after the jury failed to reach a unanimous decision.
If you think there’s no one on the planet who doesn’t understand that yanking up the corners of your eyes is offensive to people of Asian descent, well, you’re absolutely wrong.
Only two weeks after having made their project public, the Republicans have given the first preliminary legislative victory to President Trump.
An Interpretation that Lorca Would Have Loved
According to People Magazine, the “Sexiest Man Alive” has been a White (non-Hispanic or non-Latino) man for thirty years. As Hollywood diversifies its talent pool, the face of “sexy” must too.
A woman accused on Thursday the Democratic Senator from Minnesota, Al Franken, for having "groped and kissed" her without consent in 2006.
“¡Salud, amor, dinero, y tiempo para gastarlo!”
While educating the Hispanic community about financial planning, Dvdendo also provides an easy-to-use and universally accessible investment platform.
Today is the most important day in the fight for the Republican Tax Reform, and we want to explain how we’ve gotten here.
The news out of Saudi Arabia has been startling. A country famous for its stability to the point of stagnation is watching a 32-year-old crown prince arrest his relatives, freeze their bank accounts and dismiss them from key posts.