In her new role, Elvira Méndez will work to strengthen SEPTA's relationship with the Philadelphia region's Hispanic community.
The repeal of the DACA would not only have economic consequences for the country, it would also destroy thousands of American families.
With a new brand, a delgation of Chilean tech companies aims to expand services in the Philadelphia region and beyond.
Fats Domino - master of Rock & Roll and legend of the history of music - passed away at age 89.
In November, the Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce will hold a symposium focused on the business climate for the region's Hispanic entrepreneurs.
News that a school board in Mississippi is removing “To Kill a Mockingbird” from the eighth-grade curriculum due to language that “makes people uncomfortable” has raised fresh concerns about censorship.
Saskia Sorrosa, founder of baby food company Fresh Bellies, shares her thoughts on balancing an entrepreneurial venture with a full-time career.
Arizona Republican Senator Jeff Flake's retirement speech has been not only unique in its kind, but has become the most important in Senate history, and definitely the most important this year so far.
The former Philadelphia attorney received the maximum sentence, and a $100,000 fine, for having used his position for personal gain.
For the first time in the sixty-five-year history of the festival, a Latin American actor wins the prestigious Donostia Award. In addition to this recognition, several initiatives were created to emphasize Latin America's contribution to world cinema.
The Citizenship and Immigration Service has just published a memorandum that basically requires its agents to be more detailed when processing work visa extensions.
President Donald Trump's ban on refugees entering the United States is no longer in effect and the administration will implement a procedure involving greater scrutiny of applications from 11 countries.
Peruvian restaurant Maido, run by chef Mitsuharu Tsumura, was ranked the best restaurant in Latin America on Tuesday at the Latin America's 50 Best Restaurants 2017 ceremony.
The National Conference of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers is the largest gathering of Hispanic STEM talent in the U.S.
Faced with the need to pass a Tax Reform, Trump continues to reap enmity within his own party. This time it was Senator Bob Corker who did not disguise his views against the President.
Convincing evidence of the profound power of movies is evident every day in Philadelphia.
The Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce will hold a master class on the Business Model Canvas on Tuesday, Oct. 31.
Selena Quintanilla-Pérez, Queen of Tejano music and adorer of greasy slices of pizza, whose life was tragically cut short at the peak of a promising career and at the prime of her life, is finally being recognized on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Headlines, threats, fears and Republican support have surrounded the famous tax reform demanded by President Trump. With its approval, the Republicans will finally achieve the president's first legislative victory.
Last summer, President Hernandez signed an agreement with Trump’s Secretary of Homeland Security, General John Kelly, to secure more military support in Central America (Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala).
Comcast has teamed up with the leaders of Pennsylvania’s government to ensure that our most vulnerable- the elderly and children -are safe online. Internet Essentials is the first of its kind; a multidimensional campaign and concerted effort to expand digital literacy outreach and informative programs across an entire state.
With Women's Campaign International, Marjorie Margolies aims to provide women around the globe with the tools to empower themselves.
Councilwoman María Quiñones-Sánchez; the CEO of Esperanza, Luis Cortés; journalist Hellen Ubiñas and the activist and founder of the restaurant El Compadre, Cristina Martinez are the four most influential Latinos in Philadelphia.