After 5 hours of interrogation and after more than 600 questions by senators and representatives, the founder of Facebook made it clear that the great achievements of his company come at a very high price for its users.
The chairwoman of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, Michelle Luján Grisham, won’t rest until the Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan, gives in and they get together a bipartisan solution for the DACA program.
Prior to last year, Argentina had been requesting an authorization to export lemons to the U.S. market since 2008.
More than six months after Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico, tens of thousands of the island's residents remain without electricity.
Cuba inaugurates a new political period in the hands of a president chosen by Castro's hegemony.
AL DÍA brings you artists that you won’t find elsewhere.
If hypocrisy were a virtue Donald Trump would’ve been canonized a long time ago.
On April 11, AL DÍA News hosted a forum for the Democratic candidates for lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania. While incumbent Mike Stack was absent, his challengers made their cases in full force.
The controversy of the coffee company for racism is again evidence of a problem rooted in American culture.
Debbie Mucarsel-Powell has received the support of former Vice President Joe Biden in her career for the position in Congress representing the 26th District of Florida.
The recent ceremony in North Philadelphia renaming a portion of Glenwood Avenue in honor of legendary heavyweight boxing champion Joe Frazier was a salient step in pushing back on a profound poverty that permeates the city.
The Garces Foundation held its annual Think Local/Give Local benefit event on April 13.
Judge Neil Gorsuch, the only Trump nominee for the Supreme Court, has decided to join the liberal judges of the court and pass an opinion that will make it harder to deport immigrants who have committed violent crimes.
Known as the Voter ID Law, the identification requirements at the time of voting may have influenced the victory of Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential race, and is another obstacle that the so-called #BlueWave may face in the midterm elections.
With two upcoming events, the American Jewish Committee will honor a local Latino leader and host a conversation on advancing Latino success.
Dr. Ignacio Sánchez, president of Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, will receive an honorary degree from Drexel University College of Medicine at the school’s commencement ceremony on May 18.
Mexicans in the United States have one less obstacle to vote and change the future of their country of origin.
Five years ago, Carmen and her friend Amanda Levinson founded Coalición Fortaleza Latina, a non-profit organization that seeks to make history by empowering migrants living in Norristown.
The intervention of the Donald Trump government in the Syrian internal conflict has been only for the benefit of the Assad regime and, consequently, for the benefit of Russian interests in the territory.
The winners of the Pulitzer Prizes, which honor the best journalism and arts of the previous year, will be announced this afternoon.
11 months after being fired by the president, former FBI director, James Comey, has caused a stir with the publication of his book A Higher Loyalty, where he insistently describes Donald Trump as a president with gangster airs.
Join AL DÍA Talks for a conversation with the expert on diversity in Philadelphia's workforce, Uva Coles, on April 18 from 4:30 - 5:30 p.m.
In May, AL DÍA News will present its 17th Annual Diversity Career Fair.