Democrats’ first bill in the House is intended to fulfill their electoral promises - even if the Senate opposes it.
La primera propuesta de ley de los Demócratas en la Cámara pretende cumplir con sus promesas electorales, aún si el Senado se opone.
Spain's Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld a lower court's conviction of the husband of Princess Cristina for fraud and tax evasion, though it acquitted him of forgery and reduced his prison sentence by five months.
Mariano Rajoy was ousted as Spain’s prime minister on Friday after a vote of no confidence in Parliament. A long-running corruption scandal had tainted his right-wing Popular Party.
Even if the Justice Department gives up on the case, the Senate Ethics Committee has "severely admonished" the New Jersey Senator for "breaking the rules."
Aún si el Departamento de Justicia desiste sobre el caso, el Comité de Ética del Senado ha “amonestado severamente” al Senador de Nueva Jersey por “romper las reglas”.
Former President of Brazil and one of the most loved politicians in the world, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva has been sentenced to 12 years in prison on corruption charges.
Expresidente de Brasil y uno de los políticos más queridos a nivel mundial, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva ha sido condenado a 12 años de prisión por cargos de corrupción.
Corruption has permeated Latin America for many years, but the region's countries have the opportunity to "advance" and put an end to "impunity," the president of Transparency International, Delia Ferreira, said at the World Economic Forum on Latin America in Sao Paulo.
After a scandal over corruption and sexual harassment, the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is trying to regain its credibility while those involved become entangled in stereotyped public accusations.
Tras un escándalo por malversación de fondos y acoso sexual, la Cámara Hispana de Comercio intenta recuperar su credibilidad mientras los involucrados se enredan en acusaciones públicas estereotipadas.
The leader of one of the most prominent Latino organizations in the country has left office after being accused of financial improprieties and sexual harassment.
El dirigente de una de las organizaciones latinas más prominentes del país ha dejado el cargo después de ser acusado por incorrecciones financieras y acoso sexual.
Less than two weeks after announcing that it would retry Democratic Senator Robert Menendez, the Department of Justice has decided to abandon the case.
A menos de dos semanas de haber anunciado que volvería a enjuiciar al Senador Demócrata Robert Menendez, el Departamento de Justicia ha decidido desistir en el caso.
The New Jersey Democratic Senator will not only have to face his endless trial for corruption but will now have to dodge the collaterals of a political campaign.
El Senador Demócrata de New Jersey no sólo tendrá que enfrentar su interminable juicio por corrupción, sino que ahora deberá esquivar los colaterales de una campaña política.
The Justice Department will prosecute again Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ) on corruption charges after his trial last year was declared null and void.
El Departamento de Justicia volverá a procesar al Senador Robert Menendez (D-NJ) por cargos de corrupción después de que su juicio del año pasado se diera por nulo.
The nation’s severe economic recession and corrupt politicians are two reasons why members of the middle class are fleeing Brazil in droves.
The president of Peru on Thursday refused to step down despite mounting pressure from the opposition over accusations that he received payments from under fire Brazilian construction company Odebrecht.
Brazilian former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who is currently dogged by numerous corruption charges, vowed once again here Wednesday to prove his innocence in court and run for president in next year"s elections.
The trial on charges of alleged corruption against New Jersey Democratic Sen. Bob Menéndez has been overturned after the jury failed to reach a unanimous decision.
After years of corruption and social instability, Latin America is facing an electoral period that could change the political and economic landscape of the continent.
Former attorney general Luisa Ortega, who fled her homeland this month after being accused of treason by Venezuela's leftist government, said Wednesday she had evidence implicating President Nicolas Maduro and other top officials in a massive bribery scandal orchestrated by Brazilian construction giant Odebrecht.