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  • La alcaldesa de Chicago reacciona ante el supuesto escupitajo a Eric Trump
    La alcaldesa de Chicago reacciona ante el supuesto escupitajo a Eric Trump

    La alcaldesa de Chicago reacciona ante el supuesto escupitajo a Eric Trump

    Lori Lightfoot reaccionó ante la supuesta agresión de una mesera en contra de Eric Trump en un restaurante de la ciudad. Dijo que esa no es la forma en que debemos mostrar oposición a una idea.
  • Maity aceptó el reto viral de contactar a un desconocido por celular, ¿qué va a pasar si le responde?
    Maity aceptó el reto viral de contactar a un desconocido por celular, ¿qué va a pasar si le responde?

    Maity aceptó el reto viral de contactar a un desconocido por celular, ¿qué va a pasar si le responde?

    En las redes sociales existe un nuevo reto viral que consiste en hacer una llamada o enviar un mensaje de texto a tu 'número vecino', es decir, a tu mismo número pero sumándole uno más. Y en pleno segmento a Maity Interiano se le ocurrió hacerlo para ver si le respondían. Esto fue lo que sucedió.
  • Non-profits and activist groups oppose Trump's declaration of a national emergency
    Non-profits and activist groups oppose Trump's declaration of a national emergency

    Non-profits and activist groups oppose Trump's declaration of a national emergency

    A number of non-profits and other activist groups are taking on President Trump's declaration of a national emergency. Fernando Garcia, executive director and founder of 'The Border Network for Human Rights,' explains these actions.
  • Who mentioned Trump the most on the third Democratic debate?
    Who mentioned Trump the most on the third Democratic debate?

    Who mentioned Trump the most on the third Democratic debate?

    During the third Democratic debate the candidates spent less time talking about President Trump than at previous debates mentioning him a total of 57 times. Univision's data journalists crunched the numbers and UNews spoke to one of infographic experts, Javier Figueroa.
  • Homeless deaths in Los Angeles on the rise
    Homeless deaths in Los Angeles on the rise

    Homeless deaths in Los Angeles on the rise

    In Los Angeles, the homelessness crisis is getting worse. On average, three homeless people die in the city every day, almost double the number of homicides. One of the major issues is how to keep homeless people safe and alive. Azul Alvarez explains.
  • The challenges to reducing the number of guns in the United States
    The challenges to reducing the number of guns in the United States

    The challenges to reducing the number of guns in the United States

    When it comes to gun massacres, the US is unique among wealthy nations. Unews spoke to Igor Volsky, founder and executive director of Guns Down America.
  • Mexican drug cartels are using children as hired assassins
    Mexican drug cartels are using children as hired assassins

    Mexican drug cartels are using children as hired assassins

    In Mexico, drug cartels are recruiting children as hired killers. As many as four thousand have been arrested in the last decade and the number is feared to be even higher. Ricardo Arambarri reports.
  • The US government is denying more visas to impoverished Mexicans
    The US government is denying more visas to impoverished Mexicans

    The US government is denying more visas to impoverished Mexicans

    As the Trump administration's war on immigration continues, State Department data has revealed that the number of immigrant visas granted to Mexicans plummeted in the past year. Claudia Uceda reports.
  • More than half of US voters support immigration raids
    More than half of US voters support immigration raids

    More than half of US voters support immigration raids

    A new poll provides some insights into how Americans feel about President Trump's announced ICE raids across the country targeting undocumented immigrants. Jaime Garcia takes a look at the numbers.
  • Suicides in Venezuela have dramatically increased due to the economic crisis
    Suicides in Venezuela have dramatically increased due to the economic crisis

    Suicides in Venezuela have dramatically increased due to the economic crisis

    The Venezuelan economic crisis is causing an increase in the number of suicides. Suicides have grown five-fold in the last year alone, according to social studies. UNews’ Jose García visited one of the towns with the highest suicide rates in the country.
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