A high school student in Connecticut has designed a platform called "In Case of Deportation" that aims to help young people prepare for the possible deportation of their parents.
Of the 1,650 cases of LGBT immigrants that have been processed nationwide, "a third are Latinos."
In addition to educational initiatives such as the PA 529 Program, AL DÍA News caught up with Treasurer Torsella on his concerns about the state of retirement savings in Pennsylvania, as well as his office’s role in supporting Pennsylvanians with disabilities and reuniting unclaimed property with owners.
The violence generated by the war among Mexico's drug cartels has left more than 200,000 people dead and 30,000 missing over the last 12 years.
The Department of Justice has instructed lawyers to dismiss the term "undocumented" and refer to immigrants as "illegal aliens."
On June 3, the Fuego volcano registered one of the biggest eruptions in its history, affecting almost two million people and causing considerable material damage.
During the march on Saturday, which had been called by the government to demand justice for the victims of the crisis over the past three months, protesters expressed their backing for what they are calling a "revolutionary process headed by Comandante Daniel Ortega."
On Friday, Mayor Jim Kenney and city officials, joined by activists and immigrant rights organizations, announced the decision to end the contract which allows ICE access to the city’s arrest reporting system.
Recanto Machado Plantation, an enormous coffee producer in southeastern Brazil, has set the standard for specialty coffees and is an example of the growing presence of women in agriculture.
Among Peru's total of 389 threatened species are 120 amphibians, 122 birds, 23 invertebrates, 92 mammals and 32 reptiles.
Americae, a four-week-old, Philadelphia-based fashion brand built a floral and Amazon-inspired wall in Center City to promote its vibrant clothing and messaging.
Colombian urban artist DJ LU / Juegasiempre has been denouncing social and political injustices such as violence and racism for more than 15 years through his art on the streets of three continents. He would love to work in Philly, "the cradle of graffiti and urban art."
"We need for men to start creating their own narrative, for them to start discussing machismo amongst themselves," said author and activist Lydia Cacho.
After protesters stormed in and around his City Hall office, the mayor agreed to meet with three members of the Occupy ICE movement on Friday to discuss the city’s PARS agreement with federal immigration officials.
On June 3, the Fuego volcano registered one of the biggest eruptions in its history, affecting almost two million people and causing considerably material damage.
The Trump administration is taking the right stance in opposing race-conscious admissions policies in education. But it is doing so for the wrong reason.
Taxi drivers in Spain inched along to hold up traffic and draw attention to their cause.
Arturo Lorenzo owns and operates two eateries across the street from each other along Snyder Avenue: La Mula Terca and Café y Chocolate.
It was the author of the smashing himself who called the police and confessed what he had done. Now he faces vandalism charges and will have to pay a $20,000 bond.
Diana Cortes said her experiences with racial animosity growing up and the encouragement from her immigrant parents motivated her to pursue her high achievement in law.
The bag is manufactured by Chilean firm Solubag.
The Greater Philadelphia region has a huge air pollution problem. Here's what you need to know to take care of yourself and family.
After her unexpected victory in the Democratic primary against veteran Joe Crowley in Brooklyn last month, the country can’t get enough of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Pablo Villavicencio, better known as "the pizza guy," made headlines after being detained when he delivered an order to a military base. Two months later, he has been released.
The relevance of baseball players with Hispanic blood in the Phillies organization has raised the salaries of Latino athletes to unexpected heights.