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For Latinos climate change is personal
Data shows Hispanics are disproportionately affected by climate change, whether it’s breathing polluted air or drinking contaminated water. That's why they stand against President Trump’s decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Climate Agreement.
The former governor of Veracruz, Javier Duarte, was arrested April 15 in...
Mexico's corruption problems are still among the world's deepest
Mexico has struggled with corruption for a long, long time, but recent events indicate that the situation is now at a truly intolerable pitch.
FBI agents collect evidence at the scene of a shooting in Alexandria, Vi...
Politics as a blood sport
We are living through the most poisonous political atmosphere most, if not all of us, can remember. After the Republican baseball practice shooting in Alexandria we are presented with a bittersweet opportunity to change course as a nation.
Trump announces his candidacy for president, June 16, 2015.
Two Years of Trump
"For two years now we’ve been listening to Trump’s continued racist commentary," writes Univision anchor Jorge Ramos. "And our reaction as Americans has been lukewarm, late, ineffective — and almost complicit."
A May Day protest in San Francisco. The state is at odds with the Trump...
Once at the vanguard of national policy, California plays defense under Trump
Defiant against Trump's policies on immigration and environment, California finds itself defending its way of life – the California Dream itself.
President Trump signing a new Cuba policy order in Miami, June 16, 2017
Trump's Cuba policy: nothing new under the sun
The president is new to his job, and he could be about to get a lesson on the impotence of U.S. sanctions when it comes to Cuba.
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence (c) with Homeland Security chief John Kel...
Mexico, U.S. united for Central America’s prosperity
The goals of Mexico in its negotiations with the United States are to make development in the hemisphere a shared responsibility.
Central American migrants climb on a train during their journey toward t...
Central America must make nice with Trump administration
Security issues in Central America are expected to dominate a conference in Miami this week attended by top Trump administration officials. While business groups were invited civil society leaders were excluded, raising complaints that the administration is taking a superficial approach to the region that ignores deep rooted social and economic problems.
Maduro, Trump and Pena Nieto
How to remove a president
It’s tough to unseat someone who wields almost all the power, but not impossible when the people speak out. Compare the examples of the United States, Mexico and Venezuela.
Newly-elected presidents Donald Trump and France's Emmanuel Macron shake...
Life without Trump, the lessons from Europe
France and Germany face this calculation: If Trump is unwilling to defend his closest allies, why stick with him? Better to go it alone than with bad company.
Donald Trump before the media June 8, 2015 in Turnberry, Scotland.
Hysteria and the demonization of a president
Why such news media obsession with President Donald Trump?
Jorge Ramos
The Best Talk of Your Life
"Say what you need to in 12 minutes or less" and other tips on giving a successful talk, from Univision anchor Jorge Ramos, who recently gave a TED talk.
Demonstrators take part in a protest against Brazil's President Michel T...
Brazil plunges once more into political crisis, jeopardizing economic recovery
President Michel Temer has been in office one year and only who got the job after his predecessor was impeached. The irony is that Temer’s alleged misdeeds threaten to undermine the economic upturn his own government launched.
"No, civil war hasn’t broken out in Mexico and Venezuela. But both...
Two Nations Close to War — With Themselves
"While Mexico seems resigned to the cycle of violence, the streets of Venezuela pulse with people hoping for change," writes Jorge Ramos. "Unfortunately, the crowds are being met with tear gas fired at them by Venezuela’s national guard."
Andrés Manuel López Obrador and Jorge Ramos go walkabout o...
López Obrador: "I am not corrupt"
López Obrador believes that his own ideals and his battle against corruption are what distinguishes him from other Mexican politicians. That's what will eventually lead him to the National Palace in 2018. "The third time’s the charm," he says.