A Different Kind of Line
This week Silverio Pérez reflects about the exodus from Puerto Rico
Puerto Rican hospitals are in critical condition after Hurricane Maria
Patients with chronic diseases are getting limited treatment in health centers and are still waiting for restoration of power and water supply. Univision News visited several hospitals.
Hurricane Mitch, Central America’s worst storm in history
The 1998 hurricane killed 11,000 people in Honduras and Nicaragua and left more than a million homeless. As a result, the United States granted temporary visas to citizens from those countries who were living illegally in the U.S.
In photos: 'Where is Santiago Maldonado?'
After the 28-year-old artisan went missing at an indigenous-rights demonstration in the south of the country, activists launch a visual protest to seek justice.
Video: These balloons are measuring the strength of Hurricane Irma
The weather station in Key West, Florida, is sending weather balloons into the atmosphere to measure the powerful category 5 hurricane, which currently has winds of 175 miles per hour.
VIDEO: Attorney General Jeff Sessions announces the end of DACA
The Trump administration on Tuesday rescinded the DACA program that President Barack Obama introduced to protect the young undocumented immigrants known as Dreamers. Sessions said the program would be phased out over six months to allow Congress time to have another go at passing legislation.
The message for Trump from these college Dreamers
Two brothers graduated from Harvard and Middlebury. They grew up in Houston and are practicing Christians. "Like "good Americans," they like Taco Bell. They have lived most of their lives in the United States and have a simple request for the president: "Do not get rid of DACA."
Ilia Calderón comes face to face with hate in interview with KKK leader
The Univision News anchor sat down with Chris Barker, leader of the "Loyal White Knights," a branch of the Ku Klux Klan. The interview was part of the special that aired Sunday on Aqui y Ahora.
Protesters confront Trump supporter in Boston
A crowd surrounds a young man in a Trump hat and t-shirt, and draped in an Israeli flag, on Boston Common.
"You are not alone": Jorge Ramos sends a message to Wuilly Arteaga, the Venezuelan violinist
Jorge Ramos spoke with the musician's lawyer after he was detained by the Nicolas Maduro regime. The attorney said Arteaga had been "tortured". The Univision reporter asks: #FreedomforWuilly
El Chapo attorney is possible conflict of interest in trial of accused Mexican drug lord
The new defense team of alleged drug trafficker Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman could face a legal hurdle to represent him in federal court of New York, after Univision News learned that his attorney Jeffrey Lichtman previously represented a key potential witness in the trial. That could represent a conflict of interest in the case, experts say.
Video: Man pretends to be a "bounty hunter" and extorts undocumented immigrants
The footage shows a man wearing a badge, apparently from the local sheriff’s department, and claiming to be bail bonds agent. A lawyer then rebukes and questions his authority.
A.Chal went from producing beats at his local Boys & Girls Club to sharing the stage with Kendrick Lamar
A.CHAL is a rising R&B urban star because he's just being himself: reflective, proud of his Peruvian and indigenous roots, humble: "Most of my fans are not just Hispanic but of other ethnicities besides just black and white. When they see someone like me doing what I do and the world that I do it in, they feel inspired or feel like, ‘shit, I can do this too’." A.CHAL shared the stage with Lil Wayne and Kendrick Lamar at Rolling Loud Festival recently, and just released new mixtape 'On Gaz'.
The evolution of U.S.-Cuba policy (2009-2017)
U.S. Cuba policy has changed significantly since George W. Bush left the White House in 2009. Even after Trump’s announcement of policy changes, relations with Cuba remain much closer and restrictions on travel to the island are vastly improved, especially for Cuban Americans.
Although the challenges many Hispanic students face can be insurmountable, graduation day is here, when the sacrifices finally pay up
For Cassandra, a Mexican-American teenage girl, the school year meant more than staying up late to get good grades, going to soccer practice and applying to college. It also meant taking care of her three younger siblings while her mom worked long hours at a restaurant. Like her, many Hispanic students struggle to achieve their goals.