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  • In photos: These are the people defending the right to choose in Alabama

    In photos: These are the people defending the right to choose in Alabama

    Laws that restrict access to abortion do not prevent them from happening. They simply make it harder for poorer women to access safe procedures. "Both the World Health Organization and the United Nations have repeatedly demonstrated that criminalizing the termination of a pregnancy does not reduce the number of women undergoing these procedures. Unsafe abortions cause the deaths of some 47,000 women each year." They know it.
  • Now is Not the Time to Break Promises

    Now is Not the Time to Break Promises

    As the Supreme Court begins to decide the fate of DACA, our nine justices should remember the words engraved in stone above the U.S. Supreme Court: 'Equal Justice Under Law.' Betraying 800,000 young people is not who we are as Americans.
    Kamala Harris
  • What did Nery know? A prison murder in Honduras deepens suspicions of government involvement in drug trafficking

    What did Nery know? A prison murder in Honduras deepens suspicions of government involvement in drug trafficking

    Nery López Sanabria trafficked drugs with the brother of Honduran president Juan Orlando Hernandez. After his arrest he started cooperating with the DEA. Is that why he was killed?
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    David C Adams
  • Nothing Personal

    Nothing Personal

    Media scrutiny is nothing personal; it’s the job of journalists to act as counterweights to those in power. Trump, AMLO, Evo and others of their ilk better get used to it.
    Jorge Ramos
  • The invasion of Panama 30 years on: the extraordinary tale of two enemies who became friends

    The invasion of Panama 30 years on: the extraordinary tale of two enemies who became friends

    December 19 marks the 30th anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Panama that left hundreds dead. This is the little known story about two men in uniform on opposing sides - General Marc Cisneros and Captain Amadis Jimenez - who played a significant and highly unusual role in limiting the bloodshed.
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    David C Adams
  • Hispanic Contribution to Politics

    Hispanic Contribution to Politics

    Ghandi once said “you must be the change you wish to see in the world” and for a lot of Hispanics, that message was loud and clear. And while there are so many ways in which Hispanics are changing the world, politics is and has always been the most impactful way.
    Many Hispanic men and women have and are paving the way for a better future through their hard work. As you sit here reading this article, you know we are in the most critical time in modern politics when it comes to Hispanic people.


    Domenic Scarcella
  • "At least he can be saved" - Migrants trapped in Mexico are sending their children alone to the United States

    "At least he can be saved" - Migrants trapped in Mexico are sending their children alone to the United States

    Some of the Central American migrants waiting in Mexico under new Trump administration rules have made the tough decision to send their children on their own across official border crossings. Univision News spoke with the parents of eight children who crossed on their own. This is their story.
    Lorena Arroyo
  • "My life has already been destroyed": what the brother of the president of Honduras said in DEA interrogation.

    "My life has already been destroyed": what the brother of the president of Honduras said in DEA interrogation.

    In a DEA "interview," shortly after his arrest in Miami on drug trafficking charges last November, former Honduran congressman, Tony Hernández, made an attempt at cooperation. But, he ended up making several statements that corroborate the testimony of witnesses now testifying against him at his trial in New York.
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    Jeff Ernst
  • Months After ICE Raids in Mississippi, Impoverished Workers Are Still Reeling

    Months After ICE Raids in Mississippi, Impoverished Workers Are Still Reeling

    Some 300 people arrested during August raids at Mississippi chicken plants remain detained, while the companies have received no legal penalties.
    Maye Primera
  • The cracks in the Chilean miracle

    The cracks in the Chilean miracle

    The eruption of a social crisis in the country that spearheaded economic growth in Latin America for 14 years has perplexed the world. Pensions, health, education and salaries are the fissures within a system that concentrates wealth and has turned Chile into a referent for one of the region’s structural problems: inequality.
    Paulette Desormeaux
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