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  • J Balvin brings his buena vibra to SA
    J Balvin brings his buena vibra to SA

    J Balvin brings his buena vibra to SA

    Colombian reggaeton artist J Balvin performs to a -Sold Out- crowd in the Alamo City
  • Early voting is way up, so what does the data reveal?
    Early voting is way up, so what does the data reveal?

    Early voting is way up, so what does the data reveal?

    Early voting is well underway in 38 states, and political campaigns and election watchers are monitoring daily updates of how many people have voted, where, and what age and race are they?
    David C Adams
  • Journalist attacked by Venezuelan military: "That beating changed my life and my family's life"
    Journalist attacked by Venezuelan military: "That beating changed my life and my family's life"

    Journalist attacked by Venezuelan military: "That beating changed my life and my family's life"

    Journalist Elyangélica González was brutally beaten by Venezuelan soldiers one year ago. The attack was caught on video and she was forced to flee to the United States where she is telling her story for the first time.
    Tamoa Calzadilla
  • Profile in courage: Nicaragua's student leader Lesther Aleman
    Profile in courage: Nicaragua's student leader Lesther Aleman

    Profile in courage: Nicaragua's student leader Lesther Aleman

    After unexpected political violence exploded in Nicaragua, a student-led movement has taken the country by storm. This 20-year-old has become their voice in what is now a battle to bring down the Nicaraguan government. Forced into hiding due to threats, he spoke to Univision about being thrust into politics at such an early age and his hopes for the future of his country.
    Tifani Roberts
  • How a storm chaser cost Mexico millions of dollars in disaster funds
    How a storm chaser cost Mexico millions of dollars in disaster funds

    How a storm chaser cost Mexico millions of dollars in disaster funds

    Mexico bought catastrophe bonds to insure against disasters but they often failed to deliver, in part due to data from a storm chaser. Mexico has suffered a barrage of storms and quakes that don’t meet the technical parameters required for a payout.
    Jeremy Blackman
  • Fox News banking on new anti-Hispanic talk show host: Laura Ingraham
    Fox News banking on new anti-Hispanic talk show host: Laura Ingraham

    Fox News banking on new anti-Hispanic talk show host: Laura Ingraham

    The leading conservative voice has been attacking Latinos for years, with comments that border on racism. On Monday, she will debut on the primetime lineup of President Trump's favorite news channel.
    Fernando Peinado
  • After running for their lives in Honduras, they now face deportation in the U.S.
    After running for their lives in Honduras, they now face deportation in the U.S.

    After running for their lives in Honduras, they now face deportation in the U.S.

    Nilsa Huete, a Honduran immigrant living in Key West, Florida, has seen Monroe County agents arrest five of her relatives in the last five months. Now she is fighting to stop the deportation of her daughter and brother.
    Lorena Arroyo
  • Transcript: The border wall call; Trump and Peña Nieto's conversation in full
    Transcript: The border wall call; Trump and Peña Nieto's conversation in full

    Transcript: The border wall call; Trump and Peña Nieto's conversation in full

    "But you cannot say that (Mexico won't pay for the wall) to the press. The press is going to go with that and I cannot live with that. You cannot say that to the press because I cannot negotiate under those circumstances," Trump told the Mexican president on Jan 27. The Washington Post obtained the full transcript of their conversation.
    Carlos Chirinos
  • Trump triumphant in historic election victory for the outsider
    Trump triumphant in historic election victory for the outsider

    Trump triumphant in historic election victory for the outsider

    The 70-year-old New York real estate magnate defied the odds and swept almost all battleground states to be elected 45th president of the United States.
    Eduardo Suárez
  • For undocumented immigrants, it's easier to donate a kidney than to receive one
    For undocumented immigrants, it's easier to donate a kidney than to receive one

    For undocumented immigrants, it's easier to donate a kidney than to receive one

    At least 1,500 of the 2.7 million undocumented people in California suffer from renal failure. The symptoms and constant need for medication make their lives an exercise in resilience. This is the story of how five men – connected by turns of fate and profound acts of charity – tried to work around the kidney transplant system to save one another.
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