Representative Luis Gutiérrez discusses in The Atlantic last week’s immigration raids and how these deportations under President Trump are different from the ones he protested in the early years of the Obama administration.
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President appeared to refer to a non-existent terror attack in the country during a rally on Saturday in Florida, prompting questions from Swedish officials, as reported in The Guardian
Two-year institutions across the country are getting creative with Latino student recruitment as Hispanic populations grow, reports "Inside Higher Ed"
Employing native English speakers who understand US culture would give Mexican call centers an edge over rivals in India and the Philippines in billion-dollar industry, reports The Guardian
Tijuana based Turista Libre found a special way to attract tourists to its city: by offering the chance to live the experience of being local.
Every day, a group of tourists. mostly Americans, arrives at the crosswalk of San Ysidro (California) to enter Mexico, where an old school bus that is part of the public transport of Tijuana is waiting for them.
Latino communities are keeping tradition alive with lavish, professionally planned celebrations, reports El País
According to a recent study by Stanford Business School, Latino Owned Businesses (LOBs) increasingly serve non-Latino customers and hire non-Latino employees. However, Latino startups are not as likely as non-Latino firms to take external funding.
The US President's policies keep Mexico's automakers industry on alert, reported La Vanguardia
Spyware targeted proponents of Mexico's soda tax. There are worries the government used spy tools to fight policy changes.
Actress Meryl Streep renews harsh criticism of Trump in emotional speech
Obamacare critic Tom Price confirmed as US health secretary. The appointment of the conservative congressman suggests a radical shift in American healthcare over the next four years, highlights The Guardian.
Mexico's Jose Cuervo raised more than $900 million as the world's biggest tequila maker launched the first IPO in the country since Donald Trump won the U.S. presidency in November.
Army Approves Dakota Access Pipeline Route, Paving Way For The Project's Completion
Under the slogan #Vibra Mexico, more than 77 civic, academic, business and cultural personalities will march this Sunday February 12 in defense of the dignity, unity and sovereignty of the Mexican people and against Donald Trump.
Ciudad Juarez, the border city in northern Mexico which between 2008 and 2011 had the dubious reputation of being the murder capital of the world, has seen its homicide rate fall since 2012. But as the BBC reports, the city's high levels of violence have had long-term psychological effects on its residents, especially its youth.
The Budapest Festival Orchestra has continued its American tour after finding one of its musicians temporarily barred from the United States, reports The New York Times.
Despite a series of divisive hearings during which Democrats attacked him for his record on civil rights, the US Senate finally confirmed Alabama senator Jeff Sessions as attorney general. .
The Alabama senator's nomination was among Mr Trump's most controversial. He has been dogged by racism claims and called a "southern racist caricature painful".
During the confirmation vote, Democrat Elizabeth Warren was silenced after recalling historic allegations of racism against Mr Sessions.
Exchange-traded funds are challenging the status quo in investment management—including who’s in charge, reports The Atlantic.
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Tuesday told President Donald Trump that Spain is well-placed to act as an intermediary for the United States in various regions of the world, including Europe and Latin America.
The head of Mexico’s largest cinema chain has said the impending renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (Nafta) means the US popcorn industry is at risk.
A young woman’s fatal accident in Alabama points to the realities of some lower paid jobs in the US,reports The Financial Times.
Acornseekers hopes to be selling its first legs of "Jamón" in America by 2018 for an eye-watering $1,000 a piece – three times what they sell for in Spain, reported El País.
According to intelligence from the White House, the president believes his staff should “have a certain look” and aspire to “be sharply dressed”, reports The Financial Times.
The Trudeau Government will give permanent residence to 300,000 foreigners this year after hosting 40,000 Syrian refugees in 15 months, reports El País
America’s economy created 227,000 new jobs in January, as the Obama administration ended and the Trump administration began.