Josh Shapiro, the 44-year-old who now holds the title of 50th Attorney General of Pennsylvania, has just celebrated his first anniversary as the incumbent. Here’s a review of his time so far in office (through his eyes).
The sentencing to 175 years in prison to Dr. Larry Nassar has put on the table the reality of child sexual abuse off the red carpet.
Television and movie star Oprah Winfrey put an end to the speculation of recent weeks and ruled out running for president in 2020, according to an interview published Thursday in In Style magazine.
Between debates about the future of DACA, the Trump Administration has again attacked the mayors of the Sanctuary Cities.
In another radical change of mind, President Trump hovered the possibility of finally granting citizenship to the DACA recipients, in a period of 10 to 12 years.
Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, other organizations urge congressional action on DACA, call out language used against immigrants in discussions
After working for decades to put Philadelphia on the map, Meryl Levitz is stepping down as President and CEO of Visit Philadelphia.
A former doctor with the US gymnastics team, Larry Nassar, was sentenced Wednesday to a minimum of 40 and maximum of 175 years behind bars for sexually abusing more than 100 young gymnasts.
Finhabits is a bilingual digital financial adviser that caters to the long-term investment needs of the Hispanic community.
These are the recommendations of Latin American music that you will not find in other lists.
While Democrats and Republicans seek a bipartisan solution for the future of the Dreamers, a handful of conservatives in the House have introduced a bill considered to be the route to mass deportation.
The Radnor, PA university aims to increase international student enrollment and support in their 2020 strategic plan.
After a weekend of government suspension due to lack of agreements among the country's legislators, what everyone is asking is “whose fault is it?”
President Trump lashed out at Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) for withdrawing his Wall from the government funding’s discussion.
This summer planet football’s best player will try to win his first World Cup, giving his nation its first world championship in 32 years.
Businessman Trump exhibits astounding ignorance about Philly economics
Roberto Díaz, a Chilean immigrant, has made many moves throughout his career as an esteemed violist and as an educator. Now, he is the President and CEO of The Curtis Institute of Music. Here’s how and why he chose to call Philadelphia home.
If you still believe that only undocumented immigrants are at risk of being deported by Donald Trump’s hateful crusade against immigrants, I have news for you: no immigrant, legal or not, is safe as long as the ignorant nativist occupies the White House.
On Jan. 25, Esperanza Immigration Legal Services is hosting a legal clinic to help DACA recipients reapply for deferred action status.
Dr. Carmen Febo-San Miguel will receive the La Justicia Award on Tuesday, Jan. 30.
After a weekend of legislative stalemate, the Senate has achieved a short gap to reach an agreement, but the immigration debate remains intact.
It just got easier to get to Sesame Street (if you’re from an underrepresented racial background, that is).
Thousands of women took the Benjamin Franklin Parkway to carry out the second version of the Women's March. This time the slogan was a call to vote in the mid-term elections.
According to the chair of DNC, Tom Perez, yes. He added that the U.S. President "only brings devastation and chaos". But, does he compare to Buchanan, Harding or Johnson?
While the Senate collapses, and the President is troubled with moral decisions, the real culprit of the White House's anti-immigrant positions goes unnoticed.