Trump faces again the consequences of his insensitivity.
A bipartisan coalition will try to curb President Trump's "sabotage" of the US health care system.
The U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce will hold its 2018 National Convention in Philadelphia.
The Puerto Rico Chamber of Commerce warned weeks ago that many small and medium-sized businesses may go under if the pace of power restoration does not increase, raising the prospect of more pain for an economy that has been in recession for a decade.
Everything seemed to be finally right after blowing out Panama in Orlando, 4-0. Team USA only needed a tie on the road against a weak Trinidad and Tobago team that had won one of nine qualifying games in the final six-team tournament to secure at least a wild card spot for Russia 2018. In fact, even a loss could get the Americans in the World Cup if either Panama or Honduras did not win…
The August arrest of Brandon Templin for throwing eggs on the statute of Frank Rizzo dispelled a myth that is comforting for some: opposition to that monument honoring Philadelphia’s controversial former mayor is just a ‘black thing.’
28 years after the debut of her first album, Google remembers Selena, “The Queen of Tex-Mex”.
Senator John McCain's speech during the Freedom Medal Ceremony has unveiled the depth of the fracture within the Republican Party.
In little more than 20 days, the community and Puerto Rican leaders of North Philly managed to raise donations that exceed $100,000. Last week they delivered $25,000 to the Salvation Army.
A Spanish National Court judge on Monday handed down pre-trial detention without bail for the leaders of the two main pro-independence civic platforms in Catalonia - ANC and Òmnium - for alleged sedition offenses.
The city has released the second in a series of three videos highlighting why Amazon should select Philadelphia for its second headquarters.
18 years of chavism, a nonexistent transition and four months of struggle have not been enough for Venezuela to show signs of recovery. Last Sunday's regional elections are the last bloc that buried democracy in Venezuela.
“We’re all trying to grow in wisdom and we’re trying to have the people in our program see that in us; that we’re not thinking of them as ‘other’ than us, but as people who are people, who are trying to work to become better partners, husbands, and fathers.” - Tony Lapp, Co-Director of Menergy
New discoveries and new releases of the best of Latin American music.
Have you ever wondered where those strawberries in your breakfast come from? Or the papayas, mangoes and pineapples that make fantastic smoothies? We are frequently used to buying fruits without realizing that we have access to some that are not produced in our country or that normally grow in summer and yet we can buy them in winter without a problem. We only notice the label that we must remove - with some nuisance, to be honest - every time we wash it and that timidly reads "Chile".
The city has released the first in a series of three videos highlighting what makes Philadelphia an ideal location for Amazon’s second headquarters.
In compliance with the deadline set by the Spanish government to announce whether or not to declare independence, Catalan President Carles Puigdemont sent a letter of response to Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Monday asking for dialogue, but he avoided answering the question. Madrid has said it will wait until Thursday to decide whether to suspend Catalonia’s autonomy.
The President has referred the decision to Congress and its allies to "resolve" the way to abandon the pact.
With its first Legislative Reception, the Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce aims to help Latino business owners develop relationships with government officials.
The “My Neighbor’s Rights” Campaign, launched by Esperanza and Esperanza Immigration Legal Services, is a bilingual multimedia approach to equipping individuals around the country to support immigrant communities by providing current and trustworthy information about their civil rights.
President Trump has once again charged against the island's urgencies, but Congress responded to the citizens.
The unrelenting community worker, who provided extracurricular education services to thousands of North Philly children for three decades, died last Wednesday of heart complications. AL DÍA News extends its condolences and solidarity to the Castro family.
Experts predict that this fund suspension will be a hard blow to the already fragile Obamacare health insurance markets, with fears or rising premiums and insurers withdrawing from the market.
AL DÍA recognized four local Latino leaders in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month.
"This is not going to go the way you think."