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Trump Ends DACA Program, Many Republicans Disagree With President’s Decision

In 2012, the Obama administration founded the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which allows illegal immigrants who...

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Trump Pardons Former Sheriff Accused Of Targeting Latinx Community

President Donald Trump pardoned former Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio last week, ushering in a wave of criticism. ABC News reports that...

In Wake Of Charlottesville, Latino Jewish Leadership Council Members Denounce Hatred And Racism

The racist and violent acts that occurred earlier this month in Charlottesville, Virginia horrified the nation. But even if the president...

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A Collapsing Venezuela Threatens U.S., Pence Says

During a visit to Colombia, Vice President Mike Pence said that the United States would aid Venezuela both economically and politically....

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American Diplomats Return From Cuba After Suffering Strange Ailments

American ambassadors to Cuba were the victims of what The Washington Post is calling a “covert sonic weapon.” In 2016, a number...

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Puerto Rico Governor: Colonialism Is at the Root of the Country’s Debt Crisis

Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rosselló is “nudging” Congress to consider Puerto Rico statehood this summer, a controversial...

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Raul Castro Set to Step Down as Cuban President Next Year

Raul Castro, the President of Cuba, is ready to retire. The second most famous Castro brother announced earlier this month that in 2018 he...

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Puerto Rico Cast Their Vote

In the midst of an unprecedented economic and fiscal crisis, Puerto Rico held its fifth status referendum in 50 years last Sunday,...

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This Small-Town Texas Mayor Is Fighting Gov. Abbott’s ‘Papers, Please’ Law

In El Cenizo, Texas, mayor Raul Reyes has filed a lawsuit with the state expressing his opposition to a new immigration law — one...

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The First Latino To Run a Presidential Campaign, Sergio Bendixen, Has Died

The first Latino to run a presidential campaign in the United States has died. Sergio Bendixen, a key pioneer in public-opinion polls among...