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  • A flashback to the 2019 GRAMMY Awards
    A flashback to the 2019 GRAMMY Awards

    A flashback to the 2019 GRAMMY Awards

    Hip-hop edition
  • Keira Knightley critica a Kate Middleton por verse 'perfecta' tras dar a luz
    Keira Knightley critica a Kate Middleton por verse 'perfecta' tras dar a luz

    Keira Knightley critica a Kate Middleton por verse 'perfecta' tras dar a luz

    La actriz inglesa dijo que no podía entender por qué la duquesa de Cambridge se mostró tan radiante horas después de tener a su hija Charlotte, en el 2015.
  • EN FOTOS: Mujeres luchonas, emprendedoras y de rosa
    EN FOTOS: Mujeres luchonas, emprendedoras y de rosa

    EN FOTOS: Mujeres luchonas, emprendedoras y de rosa

    Estas talentosas mujeres han demostrado que el color rosa tiene un significado importante en su vida y su forma de vestir.
    Netzahualcóyotl Romero
  • Janelle Monáe debuts female anthem 'PYNK'
    Janelle Monáe debuts female anthem 'PYNK'

    Janelle Monáe debuts female anthem 'PYNK'

    Fierce feminism is in full force in Monáe's newest music video
  • Nightmares and selective amnesia: the trauma of a 6-year-old girl separated from her parents at the border
    Nightmares and selective amnesia: the trauma of a 6-year-old girl separated from her parents at the border

    Nightmares and selective amnesia: the trauma of a 6-year-old girl separated from her parents at the border

    The suffering of children who were separated at the border doesn't always end when they're reunited with their families. This is the case of Adayanci Pérez, a 6-year-old Guatemalan girl who was taken away from her family for three and a half months. Her condition shows major mental and emotional repercussions caused by the 'zero tolerance' policy of Donald Trump's administration. Psychologists warn that without proper treatment her trauma could be permanent.
    Almudena Toral
  • In photos: a journey through Joe Arpaio's 50-year career in law enforcement
    In photos: a journey through Joe Arpaio's 50-year career in law enforcement

    In photos: a journey through Joe Arpaio's 50-year career in law enforcement

    Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio was re-elected six times before being convicted for violating a judge's order to stop discriminating against Latinos.
  • In photos: swearing in of the 'Chavista' Constituent Assembly that will govern Venezuela on an interim basis
    In photos: swearing in of the 'Chavista' Constituent Assembly that will govern Venezuela on an interim basis

    In photos: swearing in of the 'Chavista' Constituent Assembly that will govern Venezuela on an interim basis

    The all-powerful Constituent Assembly imposed Nicolás Maduro was installed Friday in the ornate Legislative Palace, the same building that houses the opposition controlled National Assembly.
  • “No one is available”: when immigration judges ask for indigenous languages interpreters
    “No one is available”: when immigration judges ask for indigenous languages interpreters

    “No one is available”: when immigration judges ask for indigenous languages interpreters

    When undocumented immigrants are at court or are detained at the border, they face considerable hurdles in addition to lacking documents: they don't speak English and, in some cases, they don't speak Spanish either. Many who come from countries like Guatemala and Honduras only understand their indigenous languages.
  • More than a protest: on its one-year anniversary, the Women's March has become a movement
    More than a protest: on its one-year anniversary, the Women's March has become a movement

    More than a protest: on its one-year anniversary, the Women's March has become a movement

    Many wondered whether the march’s energy would transfer into actual change. The answer is a clear yes. We look at some of the highlights of the past year.
    Jessica Weiss
  • White House readying paperwork to pardon controversial Sheriff Arpaio
    White House readying paperwork to pardon controversial Sheriff Arpaio

    White House readying paperwork to pardon controversial Sheriff Arpaio

    President Trump has strongly hinted in recent days that he plans to pardon the sheriff who was convicted last month of criminal contempt for defying a judge's order to stop the practice of racial profiling.
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