Sponsored by the Consulmex Filadelfia and the Mexican Cultural Center of Philadelphia, Mexican Week will take place May 1-7, with a range of cultural events and offerings.
The diplomatic ties between China and the Dominican Republic further deepen Taiwan's isolation.
President Nicolas Maduro said that he had approved the hike as "a shield against the criminal economic war of the neoliberal oligarchy and the International Monetary Fund" that he claims is being waged against his government.
Less than a month away from the start of the next hurricane season, Puerto Ricans are continuing to be immersed in efforts to restore the island.
Mayor Kenney to open the 17th Annual Diversity Career Fair and give remarks on the importance of having a diverse workforce.
The acting director of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Thomas Homan, plans to retire from office in the coming months, not without leaving behind a controversial reputation.
A letter sent by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) to Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Charles Grassley, exposes the agency's new measures to hinder the hiring of highly qualified professional immigrants.
The Colombian superstar shares his new visual album as well as his classics to a sold-out crowd in Philadelphia.
U.S. Congressman Dwight Evans is running against Kevin Johnson to represent Pennsylvania’s 3rd District.
Based on true accounts from Central American and Mexican refugees, Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s conceptual virtual reality installation CARNE y ARENA (Virtually present, Physically invisible) explores the human condition of immigrants and refugees. On view in Washington D.C.
The undocumented immigrant and her four kids, who remain in sanctuary in the Church of The Advocate, got the support of U.S. House representative Bob Brady, who introduced a private bill for the Congress to grant them permanent residency.
Raquel Guzman was born in Mexico and moved to the U.S. at an early age. Although she grew up in the U.S., she maintained a strong connection with her roots — something that was reflected in her academic studies and is now ever-present in her career.
"There is a confusion because they believe that because you are a Latina, you must be a Democrat," Carmen María Montiel, a candidate of Venezuelan origin to Congress in Texas.
The signature AL DÍA event is just a week away. Attendees will have the chance to attend panel discussions, have their resume reviewed and interact with potential employers.
Even if the Justice Department gives up on the case, the Senate Ethics Committee has "severely admonished" the New Jersey Senator for "breaking the rules."
A special panel of the Senate has approved a proposal that would protect any special lawyer from being fired by the president, but Trump's interventionism in Congress could leave it shelved.
At Cuba Libre, decorated chef Guillermo Pernot provides an unforgettable dining experience
Jutting out proudly on the corner of Wolf and 10th streets in South Philadelphia, Los Gallos Mexican Taqueria offers customers an authentic Mexican dining experience.
AL DÍA brings you artists that you won’t find in other lists
An Afro-Latina leader at Peirce College and citywide change agent is helping to shape the future of Philly's workforce.
At least 30 people were killed in the protests, 428 were injured and some 200 were arrested.
Next Saturday, April 28, is Independent Bookstore Day. AL DIA News spoke to indie bookstores in Philadelphia about their efforts to promote reading books among our communities, especially among Latinos.
Her youth does not diminish the clarity and the forcefulness to her words.
The controversial immigrant detention center located outside of Philadelphia has been called a “prison for children.”