This new card has created a lot of excitement on the island, especially for struggling entrepreneurs.
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After the testimony of Christine Blasey Ford, the Judiciary Committee has approved the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to go to the floor of the Senate. So, what are the possible scenarios?
Después del sentido testimonio de Christine Blasey Ford, el Comité Judiciario ha aprobado la nominación de Brett Kavanaugh para que pase al suelo del Senado. Aquí te explicamos lo que puede pasar a partir de ahora.
"You can feel scared, but you don't need to feel helpless."
“Allowing VAWA to lapse would be a significant step back for women, families, and communities across the commonwealth,” Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf said in a statement.
Se acabaron las dudas, el Emperador Trump ha hablado y el mundo entero está asombrado: no hay estadidad para Puerto Rico mientras haya funcionarios en la isla que se atrevan a criticarlo.
Now we know, Emperor Trump has spoken and the whole world is in awe: no statehood for Puerto Rico as long as there are critics in office.
A recent study by researchers from George Washington University, commissioned by Puerto Rico's government, estimated that at least 2,975 people died as a result of Hurricane Maria. Donald Trump disagrees.
El enfoque de Donald Trump a la crisis de Venezuela trae a la mente el recuerdo del papel desempeñado por los Estados Unidos en el derrocamiento del presidente chileno Salvador Allende el 11 de septiembre de 1973.
Donald Trump's approach to the crisis in Venezuela is reminiscent of the role of the U.S. played in the overthrow of Chilean President Salvador Allende on September 11, 1973.
El congresista y el presidente de Casa de Venezuela discutieron qué puede hacer Estados Unidos sobre la actual crisis humanitaria y la dictadura que ha llevado a decenas de miles de personas a huir del país sudamericano.
The congressman and the president of Casa de Venezuela discussed what the U.S. can do about the ongoing humanitarian crisis and dictatorship that has led to tens of thousands fleeing the South American country.
Nikki Haley, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, visited the Colombian-Venezuelan border last week and criticized the government of Nicolás Maduro for the humanitarian crisis in his country.
Nikki Haley, embajadora estadounidense ante las Naciones Unidas, visitó la frontera colombo-venezolana la semana pasada y criticó al gobierno de Nicolás Maduro por la crisis humanitaria que vive el país.
Roraima, one of the poorest states of Brazil, has received nearly 50,000 Venezuelans which has significantly elevated demands on regional public services.
Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, a center-left former lathe operator and union leader, governed Brazil from 2003 to 2011 and left office with sky-high approval ratings.
Several reporters have been captured and assaulted during the protests in Nicaragua, in which, to date, 317 to 448 people have lost their lives.
President Nicolas Maduro was not harmed in the attack that took place over the weekend, although several others were injured.
El ayuntamiento de Barcelona ha creado un programa de acogida temporal para periodistas mexicanos que se sientan amenazados en su país. Los primeros participantes son Jacob Morales y Luis Daniel Nava, periodistas de El Sur de Acapulco, en el estado de Guerrero.
The president's oldest daughter said she's "very vehemently against family separation" but acknowledged that the issue of immigration is a "complex" matter.
Added to the economic and social harm done are the high levels of soil and water pollution due to the use of mercury in gold mining, deforestation and other effects that can threaten the survival of nearby communities.
Despite its enormous resources, Venezuela is going through a severe economic crisis that has descended into a nationwide shortage of basic foods and medicines as well as deficient public services.
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.
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."
Taxi drivers in Spain inched along to hold up traffic and draw attention to their cause.