Chinese media say that Donald Trump has no capacity nor skills to become the next U.S leader.
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Hispanic Surnames on the Rise in U.S. as Immigration Surges.
The economic crisis in Venezuela has put thousands of Venezuelan retirees abroad in a desperate situation, as they stopped receiving their pensions.
The Guardian interviews Canada’s prime minister to discuss why populism, divisiveness and fear are on the rise.
Vanity Fair reports from inside Quebec's great multi-million maple syrup heist and denounce the monopoly games played by the FPAQ, the Federation of Quebec Maple Syrup Producers.
Donald Trump will be deposed for seven hours in New York over lawsuit against celebrity chef José Andrés, co-owner of The Think Food Group, two weeks before he is inaugurated as President. Donald Trump is suing chef José Andrés for $10m over a 'breach of contract'. The well-known Spanish chef backed out of a job at Trump's Washington DC hotel in 2015 after hearing his racist comments against Mexican immigrants.
Writer Ta-Nehisi Coates from The Altanic reflects on the accomplishments of America’s first black president, who has been guided by a firm belief in American justice—and what Donald Trump’s election means for Obama’s legacy.
In Lima's poorest districts, bands of citizens have assembled through social media to fight crime, often employing brutal tactics.
Al Cárdenas, one of the most prominent Latino Republicans, discussed the future of U.S Politics in a recent interview with Spain leading newspaper El País.
In an interview with El País, the President of the California Senate, Kevin de León, a Latino, explains how California is going to stand up for the rights of immigrants and the preservation of the Environment, no matter what direction takes the new Trump Administration.
Mitú, a digitial network for Latino Millennials, Partners With Snapchat To Create Content For Latino Youth
The oil and gas industry is quickly amassing power in Trump's Washington, according to The Washington Post.
Donald Trump's cabinet appointments have something in common: they have spoken against Science.
President-elect Donald Trump met with the nation’s tech elite to discuss future ways of collaboration between the White House and the tech industry.
The gathering included Jeff Bezos of Amazon; Elon Musk of Tesla; Timothy D. Cook of Apple; Sheryl Sandberg of Facebook; Larry Page and Eric Schmidt of Alphabet, Google’s parent company; and Satya Nadella of Microsoft, among others.
In 2000, Herman and Candelaria Zapp set out on a 16-month trip from their home in Argentina to backpack around Alaska in an old vintage car. They haven't come back to Argentina yet. In the way, they got four children.
The German discount retailer Lidl plans to open 150 stores in the Eastern Coast, including Pensylvania. The company has just bought a site in Philadelphia and it's considering other real estate operations in different states.
America's Dual Economy is growing: the middle class is stagnated, while a small core of the society gets to high-paying opportunities and jobs on Wall Street and Silicon Valley.
Former U.S Congressan Chaka Fattah, one of the top politicians in the city of Philadelphia for many years, has been sentenced to spend a decade in prison and pay $614,000 in restitution to victims of corruption charges on which the longtime legislator was convicted last June.
Fattah was found guilty of dozens of counts of corruption stemming from charges filed in 2015 that came down from the FBI after an eight-year long investigation into the congressman’s financial dealings.
Black and Latino students in California have lower test scores and higher rates of suspension than their white and Asian peers, according to recent report carried out by the Univesity of California in Los Angeles (UCLA).
Studies also show that teachers treat black students more harshly than white ones as early as preschool, and some have lower academic expectations for black students.
You probably remember Schindler's List, the movie about about Oskar Schindler, a vainglorious German businessman that amid the Nazi regime turned his factory into a refuge for Jews, risking his life to save them.
Tell me what is your religion and I will guess if you went to College.
Religious minorities in the United States are far more likely to have attended college or a vocational school than members of the Christian majority, according to a review conducted by the Pew Research Center, based on data from 151 countries.
Donald Trump pick for secretary of state is Rex W. Tillerson, chief executive of Exxon Mobil, the biggest oil company in America. His choice brings out a big concern: will Tillerson put his business interests before the nation's interests?
The most popular counter-argument against minimum wages advocates is that requiring higher pay will result in higher prices, fewer hours of work, and an overall reduction of jobs. But in 2014, 18 states and D.C. raised their minimum wages, and the results have been quite clearly positive for local economies, reports The Atlantic.
Will the US get a high-speed rail network like in Europe or Japan? Not in the near future, but some meaning progress has been made.
With a mix of privately funded projects and upgrades to what already exists, America’s trains are finally set to speed up in the near future, reports City Lab.
One year ago, Maj Toure founded Black Guns Matter, a gun safety workshop in a North Philadelphia community center. Now he’s in the midst of a nationwide tour, teaching in schools about de-escalation techniques and local gun laws, taking any and all questions.
Toure, who grew up in Philadelphia, is a celebrity on Breitbart.com, he has read Mein Kampf three times, and feels like an heir to Pan-African awareness, as reported in The Philadelphia Citizen.