The Spanish prime minister, Mariano Rajoy, said the Catalan leader, Carles Puigdemont, had sown “deliberate confusion” in his latest speech and gave him until Monday morning to respond. Pending that reply, Rajoy said he was initiating a request to invoke Article 155 of the Spanish Constitution, which would allow Madrid to suspend the region’s administration.
Mayor Jim Kenney praised the contributions of Philadelphia's Hispanic community while challenging divisive national rhetoric.
Colombian political scientist Darío Villamizar presents his book "The guerrillas in Colombia" where he tells and analyzes the almost 70 years of this contemporary armed political conflict, still in the process of being resolved.
When it comes to race, conservatives will never ace the quiz.
It stands to reason that this bunch would be slow to understand a subject that they usually downplay, dismiss or deny. Those on the right -- including many Republicans and most Trump voters -- often pretend to be colorblind in order to seem enlightened. Ironically, the opposite is true.
Jeffrey C. Hall, Michael Rosbash and Michael W. Young won the Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine for their pioneering work in figuring out how the body’s sleep/wake rhythms regulate critical functions like sleep, hormone levels, blood pressure and body temperature.
Internal divisions among Republicans can put fiscal reform in check, the only legislative challenge Trump hopes to meet before the end of the year.
The well-known filmmaker was fired on Sunday by the independent film company he co-founded in connection with accusations of sexual harassment raining over him.
The President of the Generalitat, Carles Puigdemont, welcomed the results of an illegal referendum for independence held on Sunday, October 1, and declared the independence of Catalonia before the Parliament, although he later proposed "to suspend the effects of the declaration of independence "to open the door to dialogue”.
Dr. Daniel V. Schidlow, Dean of Drexel’s College of Medicine, Senior Vice President of Medical Affairs at Drexel University, and professor specialized in pediatric pulmonary disease, has had a rapidly evolving and ever-shifting career from its origin in Santiago de Chile to its tenures in the Bronx and in North Philadelphia. Between tending to young patients and their families, translating signs, or practicing for a recital, Daniel has barely been able to catch his breath the past five decades. Now, he takes a moment to sit down for AL DĺA to discuss his contributions as a leading Latino in the City.
The confrontation between the United States and North Korea is in a more dangerous zone than at any point in decades. Each side has announced tough positions, issued threats, and underscored that its positions are non-negotiable. Each side is now boxed in, with little room to maneuver. How to get off this perilous path?