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  • La hija de Steve Jobs participa en los Juegos Panamericanos
    La hija de Steve Jobs participa en los Juegos Panamericanos

    La hija de Steve Jobs participa en los Juegos Panamericanos

    Eve Jobs llama la atención en salto ecuestre en Lima 2019.
    TUDN.com
  • Conoce los jets privados más famosos y sus dueños
    Conoce los jets privados más famosos y sus dueños

    Conoce los jets privados más famosos y sus dueños

    Boeing, Airbus, Cessna, Gulfstream y otras marcas de aviones de prestigio componen un ranking de distintas personalidades y sus aeronaves de lujo.
  • Ibeyi on making their first 'ibeyireggaeton' and wanting their fans to "sweat and sing louder"
    Ibeyi on making their first 'ibeyireggaeton' and wanting their fans to "sweat and sing louder"

    Ibeyi on making their first 'ibeyireggaeton' and wanting their fans to "sweat and sing louder"

    An interview with twin sisters Lisa-Kaindé and Naomi Díaz, currently on tour in support of their sophomore album 'Ash'.
  • Republicans suffer historic blow in Alabama as Democrat wins U.S. Senate seat, defeats scandal-plagued judge
    Republicans suffer historic blow in Alabama as Democrat wins U.S. Senate seat, defeats scandal-plagued judge

    Republicans suffer historic blow in Alabama as Democrat wins U.S. Senate seat, defeats scandal-plagued judge

    Democrats celebrate first Senate win in state in 25 years, putting Trump’s legislative agenda in jeopardy.
    Jessica Weiss
  • The three cities with lowest rent in the United States. What's it like to live there as a Latino?
    The three cities with lowest rent in the United States. What's it like to live there as a Latino?

    The three cities with lowest rent in the United States. What's it like to live there as a Latino?

    Even though few Hispanics live in the “Rust Belt” cities, they have certain advantages that may make them more desirable than more Latino cities like Los Angeles or New York.
    Andrea Penman-Lomeli
  • How black women helped Doug Jones to victory in Alabama
    How black women helped Doug Jones to victory in Alabama

    How black women helped Doug Jones to victory in Alabama

    The black vote was crucial in electing Jones to the U.S. Senate on Tuesday. He was the first Democrat to be elected to the Senate from Alabama in 25 years. Black voters felt empowered by Jones, who reached out to them across the state in an effort activists say Democrats can learn from.
    Jessica Weiss
  • Clash of civilizations: meet Doug Jones, the overlooked Alabama U.S. Senate candidate challenging Roy Moore
    Clash of civilizations: meet Doug Jones, the overlooked Alabama U.S. Senate candidate challenging Roy Moore

    Clash of civilizations: meet Doug Jones, the overlooked Alabama U.S. Senate candidate challenging Roy Moore

    The candidates in the Dec. 12 special election couldn't be more different. While Moore is accused of preying on young girls, Jones prosecuted the white supremacists who killed four black girls in a notorious church bombing. But, the Democratic party has not won a U.S. Senate race in Alabama in 25 years.
    David C Adams
  • Man of the moment: Mark Krikorian, the influential immigration hawk of the Trump era
    Man of the moment: Mark Krikorian, the influential immigration hawk of the Trump era

    Man of the moment: Mark Krikorian, the influential immigration hawk of the Trump era

    The leader of Washington's most important "low-immigration" think tank had been waiting decades for plans to secure U.S. borders that include not only undocumented immigrants but also legal immigrants.
    Fernando Peinado
  • Exclusive: Central America to seek Mexico's support after Trump win
    Exclusive: Central America to seek Mexico's support after Trump win

    Exclusive: Central America to seek Mexico's support after Trump win

    There are concerns that Trump's promise to deport millions of immigrants would have grave repercussions in Central American countries with few jobs and shaky security.
  • ¿Quieres influir en el Gobierno? Llama a tu congresista (pero no hace falta que le grites)
    ¿Quieres influir en el Gobierno? Llama a tu congresista (pero no hace falta que le grites)

    ¿Quieres influir en el Gobierno? Llama a tu congresista (pero no hace falta que le grites)

    En un movimiento en el que algunos ven similitudes con el Tea Party de principios del gobierno de Barack Obama, las asambleas ciudadanas de los congresistas republicanos están atrayendo a votantes descontentos por todo el país. Son la principal arma para que el Congreso haga de contrapeso a Trump.
    María Ramírez
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