The scandal of Russiagate; the scuffle with the players of the NFL; the difficult relations with his party; his personality, and his poor reaction to Puerto Rico's tragedy -among others- have weakened the image of the US president.
After 200 days in office, President Donald Trump doesn’t seem to be able to put the figures in his favor.
It’s time to take a brief break from Donald Trump. Whatever you think of him, there’s no denying that he dominates the news cycle. We seem to assume that the nation’s future depends on Trump’s fate, for better or worse. The reality is otherwise: The nation’s future also hangs on larger economic and social trends that no president can shape.
Gov. Ricardo Rossello said that the "historic" triumph of the statehood option is a call "to put an end to the colonial relationship with the United States."
The Nicaraguan government headed by Sandinista Daniel Ortega expressed its "profound dismay and sadness" over the death of Miguel D'Escoto, the first priest to occupy the UN presidency.
The U.K. goes to the polls today after Prime Minister Theresa May called a snap election hoping to secure parliamentary majority to push through her Brexit plans, but recent terror attacks have cast a shadow over the vote.
The two presidential candidates of France, the socio-liberal Emmanuel Macron and the far right Marine Le Pen, held a brutal televised debate on Wednesday evening, three days before the presidential runoff elections on May 7.
As a result of the first round of French presidential elections, Emmanuel Macron (center) and Marine Le Pen (far right) are the French people's favorite candidates.
Everyone “knows” that Americans have soured on free trade and globalization, as President Trump keeps saying.
Todo el mundo “sabe” que los norteamericanos están más reacios al libre comercio y la globalización, tal como lo repite el presidente Trump.
How being a woman helped Marine Le Pen in the French presidential campaign
Trump's new international policies are a radical change in the electoral proposals he championed for more than a year. Perhaps the new president is not so far from his predecessor as to the priorities of the United States.
Local protesters wanted to know the status of the President's tax returns.
Last week, the people of Ecuador elected a leftist named after the communist dictator Vladimir Lenin as their new president.
It’s always a double-edged sword when Ecuador is in the news -- in the U.S., the little-known country at the equator usually flies far under the radar.
As Tax Day -- April 18 this year -- approaches, we are confronted once again with the apparently enduring reality that Americans hate to pay taxes.
The reversion of the famous nineteenth-century proverb is the accurate description of what seems to be happening in international politics: roles have not only been reversed, but are now traversing an ocean.
Widespread resentment toward Donald Trump and falling peso are the two main reasons, as reported in El País.
Latinos—like everyone else—don’t need to be told what to do or what to believe. We need to be equipped with the tools necessary to reach our full human potential.
By now it is settled wisdom that we are witnessing the rise of radical forces on the left and right around the globe. Populists of both varieties, who share a disdain for globalization, are energized, and certain that the future is going their way. But the center is rising again, even in the heart of the old world.
Only 55.6 percent of the country voted in the 2016 election, way lower than Canada where citizens show up the polls at 68.1% and México, at 63.1%.
Frank Morán is the elected officials' favorite pick for the Camden's democratic primary.
Protesters gather in the Capitol building on Monday to protest SB-4, a recent ban on sanctuary cities.
Polls are open until 8 p.m.! May 16th is the day you select your candidates for District Attorney, City Controller and more.
La opinión pública sobre la legalización de la marihuana ha cambiado.
Public opinion on marijuana legalization has shifted.