The news comes during a tumultuous time for Brazil, economically and politically.
A group of moderate Republicans aims to reach a forced vote to resolve the status of the so-called "Dreamers" if the president and his followers insist on rejecting proposals.
The National Football League's decision to prohibit gestures of protest among its players raises the question: conciliation or hypocrisy?
Argentina made it back to the World Cup final after a 48-year drought with a 6-0 trouncing of Peru in a second-round match on June 21, 1978, but the host country's lopsided victory was marred by controversy.
The U.S. Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, also warned the Maduro administration that the U.S. would respond "proportionately" to Venezuela's expulsion of U.S. diplomats.
The suspension of the Trump-Kim meeting follows days of rising tensions and uncertainty about the summit.
We are among those who believe that Latin American music has much more variety and more talent than what reaches popular lists - often led by reggaeton artists. AL DÍA gives room for all those voices and new proposals and brings them to you in your weekly Playlist.
On Wednesday, Kenney joined several other mayors of mainland U.S. cities to meet and talk with mayors of Puerto Rican cities to discuss continued recovery and resilience efforts on the island.
At the Latino-Jewish Entrepreneurial Summit, which was held in Philadelphia, successful entrepreneurs discussed how to take a business to the next level.
"My Name is Emma González. I’m 18 years old, Cuban and bisexual. I’m so indecisive that I can’t pick a favorite color, and I’m allergic to 12 things. I draw, paint, crochet, sew, embroider—anything productive I can do with my hands while watching Netflix."
The increasing popularity of healthy living and the increasing population of adults 65 and older are two major factors contributing to the booming field of allied health. But, what exactly is allied health?
On Tuesday, Republican Bill Haslam announced that he would approve a bill that would ban sanctuary cities in Tennessee, even if it doesn’t carry his signature.
Don’t be fooled, Donald Trump’s merciless war on immigrants is not limited to the undocumented, as he affirms in a failed attempt to justify his cruelty and bigotry.
Former Philadelphia City Councilman Angel Ortiz, the first Latino to serve on that legislative body, released a perceptive report in February 2001 that detailed deep discrimination in this city’s public and private sectors that deliberately disadvantaged racial minorities and women.
The world of politics can be a zoo. So it was only a matter of time before the demagogue-in-chief labeled some illegal immigrants "animals."
The habeas petition calls for Nuñez Martinez to be released and reunited with his husband while he fights his case in immigration court.
Several southern states went to the polls last Tuesday to choose their candidates for the mid-term elections in November, in one of the toughest battles for Democrats in their campaign to flip Congress.
The lore about the United States is that we're a nation of immigrants. But what the textbooks gloss over is that for as long as there have been immigrants in the U.S., there have also been immigrant haters.
AL DÍA News spoke with Nisha Garigarn, co-founder of Croissant, an app that provides entrepreneurs with access to different and inspiring workspaces in cities around the world, from Barcelona to Philadelphia.
The primary in California is one of the most observed political races in the country, especially because of its system of “top-two” candidates. This year an independent and Latino candidate has stood out in one of the most important races for Democrats to flip the House.
A new exhibition at the Metroplitan Museum of Art focuses on Mexican colonial art.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's remarks on Monday mark a new tone in US threats against Iran.
By moving their embassies to Jerusalem, the U.S., Guatemala and now Paraguay recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital, though a large part of the international community opposes this stance.
During a visit to AL DÍA on May 17, Chilean university president and scholar Dr. Ignacio Sánchez discussed international student exchange, the women’s movement in Chile, and more before receiving an honorary degree from Drexel University College of Medicine at their commencement ceremony the following day.
The presidential elections in Venezuela are marked by a historical abstention and an international community that refuses to recognize the results. Meanwhile, the country slowly disappears between disaster, hunger and despair.