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  • ‘They’re going home’: Croacia venció a Inglaterra y se clasificó por primera vez a la final del Mundial
    ‘They’re going home’: Croacia venció a Inglaterra y se clasificó por primera vez a la final del Mundial

    ‘They’re going home’: Croacia venció a Inglaterra y se clasificó por primera vez a la final del Mundial

    Se acabó el ‘It’s going home’ para los ingleses, que seguirán ampliando su sequía de 52 años sin ganar una Copa Mundo tras caer 2-1 ante un gran conjunto balcánico.
    Jaime Bernal
  • Fast food manager kicks out women after saying "Speak your Mexican at home"
    Fast food manager kicks out women after saying "Speak your Mexican at home"

    Fast food manager kicks out women after saying "Speak your Mexican at home"

    It was all captured on video by Neyzha Nicole, who was having lunch with her boyfriend at the fast food burger restaurant in Eustis, Florida. Ricardo Castillo, the general manager of Burger King franchise was talking to two elderly ladies seeing if there was a problem with their meal. It turned out there was a problem with the language the GM was speaking.
  • Honduran girl taken off life support after she tried to take her own life when her father was denied at the border
    Honduran girl taken off life support after she tried to take her own life when her father was denied at the border

    Honduran girl taken off life support after she tried to take her own life when her father was denied at the border

    With an ankle monitor that ICE gave him, Honduran immigrant Manuel Gámez was able to be present when his daughter Heydi was disconnected from life support at a hospital in New York. "I read her the Bible. I know she listened to me because her face changed," said the father in tears.
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    Lisandra de la Paz Valdez
  • "Tough stuff" on the border
    "Tough stuff" on the border

    "Tough stuff" on the border

    Pence, Mexican protocols and the Guatemala 'safe third country' debate that continues to frustrate Trump's efforts to keep out asylum seekers.
    John Feeley
  • Adopted and deported: a Texas mother seeks to undo the deportation of her adopted son
    Adopted and deported: a Texas mother seeks to undo the deportation of her adopted son

    Adopted and deported: a Texas mother seeks to undo the deportation of her adopted son

    Michael Polinske thought he was an American until he was 16, when he learned that his adoption was never formalized. He was deported aged 26 after a brush with the law. Now living in Mexico, he is struggling to be reunited with his adoptive mother, Maria Polinske, and his three children. (Lea esta historia en español)
    David C Adams
  • Just Doing Our Jobs
    Just Doing Our Jobs

    Just Doing Our Jobs

    Some Mexicans are upset with the media for criticism of President López Obrador. But crossing the line and standing up to the powerful is what journalist do. Journalism is neither for the faint of heart nor those who prefer to keep silent.
    Jorge Ramos
  • Univision 41 Investiga exposes how a youth counselor sexually abused an undocumented boy at a federally-funded shelter
    Univision 41 Investiga exposes how a youth counselor sexually abused an undocumented boy at a federally-funded shelter

    Univision 41 Investiga exposes how a youth counselor sexually abused an undocumented boy at a federally-funded shelter

    At government-funded shelters for undocumented immigrants in New York, sexual crimes against kids are kept secret from the public. We expose one of them.
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    Jose Pagliery
  • Texas passes bill to allow craft breweries to sell beer to-go
    Texas passes bill to allow craft breweries to sell beer to-go

    Texas passes bill to allow craft breweries to sell beer to-go

    This is a big win for Texans
  • Punishing the Most Vulnerable
    Punishing the Most Vulnerable

    Punishing the Most Vulnerable

    The United States has decided not to impose tariffs on Mexican products, which could have derailed the new United States-Mexico-Canada trade agreement. Now that Mexico has given in to Mr. Trump, more demands will follow.
    Jorge Ramos
  • "They have money and we don’t have anything": residents from a Latino neighborhood fear Amazon will drive them out of their homes
    "They have money and we don’t have anything": residents from a Latino neighborhood fear Amazon will drive them out of their homes

    "They have money and we don’t have anything": residents from a Latino neighborhood fear Amazon will drive them out of their homes

    Residents of Chirilagua, a mostly Central American neighborhood in northern Virginia, fear the opening of Amazon's second national headquarters will drive them out of their homes, where they’ve lived for 30 years. Speculation on the arrival of thousands of the e-commerce giant’s staff employees is already driving up rent prices.
    Lorena Arroyo
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