America’s millions of Mexicans without documents live in fear of deportation, as reported in The Guardian.
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En "Open. An Autobiography", el tenista André Agassi relata sin tapujos la historia de una vida marcada por un padre obsesionado por transformarle en el número uno del tenis.
The need to build a wall along the Mexican border is questioned in a report released Monday showing that, since 2007, there have been more immigrants in the US who came here legally with temporary visas and stayed on after their documents expired than there have been immigrants who crossed the border illegally with no documents.
According to a recent United Nations report on Narcotics, South America continues to lead global cocaine production and consumption. But the situation is expected to improve thanks to the peace process in Colombia, reported El País.
The Economist compares two different approaches to illegal inmigration and deportations. While Germany’s approach is sensible. America’s is not, says the British magazine.
The startup Magnolia Mitigation has done vital work to protect two separate endangered species in Pennsylvania, and has saved thousands of acres of wetland throughout the country, reported The Philadelphia Citizen.
Revelations of corrupt political donations in several Latin American countries by Odebrecht and other Brazilian construction firms are sparking demands to tighten the rules on campaign finance,reports The Economist.
Document seen by Reuters reveals US government lacks funds to fulfill Trump’s campaign promise
The Russian ambassador to the US is considered by American intelligence sources to be a top Russian spy-recruiter in Washington.
The White House and a recession are threatening Raúl Castro’s last year. The veteran leader will be stepping aside in 2018, but uncertainty reigns in the current climate, reported El País.
Former President George W. Bush’s first book of oil paintings, “Portraits of Courage,” appears in bookstores today. Bush has weighd in on Trump's presidency, calling the media 'Indispensable To Democracy'
Mexican singer, El Potrillo, said that Mexicans should be united and be more creative against the immigration policies implemented by the US President Donald Trump.
Despite President Donald Trump’s rhetoric about Mexicans crossing the border to the US, American soccer players such as Omar Gonzalez are heading south for new opportunities, more money and a better standard of football.
Twenty-five years ago, an American couple purchased thousands of hectares of land in Chile and Argentina and brought in expert help to restore the land to its pristine glory. The land is now being handed back to local governments, as reported in El País.
The Atlantic gives voice to Rumana Ahmed, a Muslim woman who served on the National Security Council under Obama, and chose to leave the White House eight days into Trump’s presidency.
Most of the Dakota Access pipeline protesters abandoned their camp Wednesday ahead of a government deadline to get off the federal land.
Trump's advice to illegal migrants: “Keep your head down as much as you can”
The former goalkeeper of the ill-fated Chapecoense soccer squad, one of six survivors of a plane crash in Colombia as they were flying to their championship final, these days celebrates the "God-given miracle" that saved his life, while on the horizon he imagines himself playing in the Paralympic Games.
Suicide comes on same day that Homeland Security releases tough new measures against immigration, reported El País.
The Guardian reports about British teacher Juhel Miah from south Wales, who was removed from plane in Reykjavik despite suspension of president’s travel ban
President Donald Trump on Monday named Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster as his new national security adviser, succeeding Michael Flynn, who left last week amid criticism of his pre-inauguration contacts with the Russian ambassador.
Sofia Imber, who turned a garage into the Caracas Museum of Contemporary Art and became one of Venezuela's most influential women journalists, died Monday in the capital. She was 92. Imber was one of 16 heads of state-run cultural institutions, including museums, publishing houses and theaters, fired by President Hugo Chavez.
After a week of raids and an alarming government leak, uncertainty hangs over immigrant communities as they wait to see what Trump will do next, reported The Guardian.
Under current law, unsuccessful applicants for asylum in Canada can be sent back to the US, and since Trump’s executive order, migration advocates have called for the agreement to be repealed.