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  • Lil Uzi Vert and Nicki Minaj release 'The Way Life Goes Remix'
    Lil Uzi Vert and Nicki Minaj release 'The Way Life Goes Remix'

    Lil Uzi Vert and Nicki Minaj release 'The Way Life Goes Remix'

    This is the second feature that Minaj has appeared on since collaborating with Migos on the 'MotorSport' track.
  • A day in the life of Alejandro, a boy who always smiles despite his cognitive and physical limitations
    A day in the life of Alejandro, a boy who always smiles despite his cognitive and physical limitations

    A day in the life of Alejandro, a boy who always smiles despite his cognitive and physical limitations

    Neither the Sturge-Weber, nor the cerebral palsy or the chronic respiratory problems stops Alejandro, a little one of almost 5 years who keeps overcoming his impediments thanks to the indefatigable will of his parents, who give everything for improving his quality of life. By collaborating with their GoFundMe campaign, you can help ensure a better future.
    Carolina Ledezma
  • Like father, like son: Nicaragua's Chamorros lead fight for democracy
    Like father, like son: Nicaragua's Chamorros lead fight for democracy

    Like father, like son: Nicaragua's Chamorros lead fight for democracy

    Legendary journalist Pedro Joaquin Chamorro was famously gunned down after he spoke out against dictator Anastasio Somoza. Now his son, Carlos Fernando Chamorro, is denouncing Daniel Ortega's authoritarian rule.
    David C Adams
  • Trump signs order prohibiting asylum for migrants who enter the country illegally
    Trump signs order prohibiting asylum for migrants who enter the country illegally

    Trump signs order prohibiting asylum for migrants who enter the country illegally

    The White House announced a new regulation preventing foreigners who enter the United States illegally from requesting asylum. In future, asylum can only be requested by those who legally present themselves at a port of entry.
    Jorge Cancino
  • Reunification leaves bitter sweet dilemma for many immigrant families
    Reunification leaves bitter sweet dilemma for many immigrant families

    Reunification leaves bitter sweet dilemma for many immigrant families

    Children who were separated from their parents by the Trump administration this summer now face uncertain lives in the United States.
    David C Adams
  • In photos: They take care of older adults; these are their stories
    In photos: They take care of older adults; these are their stories

    In photos: They take care of older adults; these are their stories

    Taking care of an elderly person is a stressful, full-time job for many women everyday. Some programs can help to alleviate the physical and emotional burden.
  • US calls for early elections in Nicaragua, as National Dialogue awaits Ortega's response
    US calls for early elections in Nicaragua, as National Dialogue awaits Ortega's response

    US calls for early elections in Nicaragua, as National Dialogue awaits Ortega's response

    After two months of protests, and 180 deaths, the country is becoming "ungovernable." Meanwhile, US sends a new delegation to meet with President Daniel Ortega.
    Wilfredo Miranda Aburto
  • Turning 60 Is a Privilege
    Turning 60 Is a Privilege

    Turning 60 Is a Privilege

    "Today I feel happier than I was at 20," writes Univision anchor Jorge Ramos. "It’s easy to be happy when you have done what you wanted and you still get paid for doing it."
    Jorge Ramos
  • 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
  • Climate change a factor in Central American migration
    Climate change a factor in Central American migration

    Climate change a factor in Central American migration

    While violence is undoubtedly driving large numbers of Central American migrants to flee their home countries, climate-change is another often-overlooked driving factor, particularly in Central America’s so-called 'Dry Corridor.'
    Anna-Catherine Brigida
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