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  • "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
  • ICE arrests kids at shelters on their 18th birthday, despite law that protects teens
    ICE arrests kids at shelters on their 18th birthday, despite law that protects teens

    ICE arrests kids at shelters on their 18th birthday, despite law that protects teens

    Undocumented children who enter the United States without an adult are placed in government shelters. But ICE is arresting them when they turn 18, possibly violating a law that specifically protects these vulnerable teenagers.
    Jose Pagliery
  • President of Honduras named as target of "large-scale" DEA drug trafficking investigation
    President of Honduras named as target of "large-scale" DEA drug trafficking investigation

    President of Honduras named as target of "large-scale" DEA drug trafficking investigation

    Juan Orlando Hernández was named in court documents as a target of an investigation that has led to several indictments, including his brother, Tony Hernández. In a statement Hernández said the investigation "found no evidence" against him.
    David C Adams
  • Victims of torture? Immigrants complain of lengthy punishment in solitary confinement cells
    Victims of torture? Immigrants complain of lengthy punishment in solitary confinement cells

    Victims of torture? Immigrants complain of lengthy punishment in solitary confinement cells

    An investigation led by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) reveals that between 2012 and 2017 almost 8,500 immigrants were confined in isolation cells at detention centers run by ICE. In more than half of those cases the migrants were from Mexico and Central America. The LGBT community has been hit hardest by this practice, which lawyers and human rights advocates are seeking to abolish.
    Tamoa Calzadilla
  • Venezuelan ex-spy chief at center of plot to oust Maduro fled to Colombia
    Venezuelan ex-spy chief at center of plot to oust Maduro fled to Colombia

    Venezuelan ex-spy chief at center of plot to oust Maduro fled to Colombia

    After denouncing corruption in Venezuela during the April 30 uprising, sources tell Univision that Gen Manuel Cristopher Figuera fled to Colombia where he is believed to be cooperating with US intelligence. As the former head of Venezuelan intelligence he could be a valuable asset in future efforts to oust Maduro.
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    David C Adams
  • “They’re taking it out on me”: Jesús Ávila's desperate words in an ICE isolation cell
    “They’re taking it out on me”: Jesús Ávila's desperate words in an ICE isolation cell

    “They’re taking it out on me”: Jesús Ávila's desperate words in an ICE isolation cell

    This Mexican just turned 35 years old in a solitary confinement cell at an immigration processing center in New Mexico’s Otero County. His testimony is part of “Solitary Voices,” a project that exposes punishment practices in these centers. According to them, there were more than 8,000 cases like Ávila’s between 2012 and 2017.
    Tamoa Calzadilla
  • "You're going to choke on your provocation with Coca-Cola": Univision retrieves complete copy of Jorge Ramos' interview with Nicolás Maduro
    "You're going to choke on your provocation with Coca-Cola": Univision retrieves complete copy of Jorge Ramos' interview with Nicolás Maduro

    "You're going to choke on your provocation with Coca-Cola": Univision retrieves complete copy of Jorge Ramos' interview with Nicolás Maduro

    Univision News has obtained the full interview with Nicolás Maduro by journalist Jorge Ramos which the Venezuelan government sought to censure in February. Maduro cut short the interview and deported Ramos and the Univison crew.
    Maye Primera
  • Biden’s Case for Investing in Education
    Biden’s Case for Investing in Education

    Biden’s Case for Investing in Education

    A recent study by Georgetown University found that “88 percent of Latinos believe a college degree is important for obtaining financial security compared to 74 percent of all Americans.” Latinos understand how critical a college degree is in achieving the American dream.
    Felice Gorordo
  • Putin’s Venezuela gamble to ‘Make Russia Great Again’
    Putin’s Venezuela gamble to ‘Make Russia Great Again’

    Putin’s Venezuela gamble to ‘Make Russia Great Again’

    While the United States wants to get Russia out of Venezuela to safeguard its 'backyard' and restore democracy, Putin is protecting Russia's oil interests while seeking to project Russia as a global superpower. Is there room for agreement?
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    David C Adams
  • The Latino who could have stopped Florida's draconian anti-immigrant law, but chose not to
    The Latino who could have stopped Florida's draconian anti-immigrant law, but chose not to

    The Latino who could have stopped Florida's draconian anti-immigrant law, but chose not to

    Florida’s House Speaker, Jose Oliva, helped steer the controversial legislation despite its negative impact for Hispanic immigrants. Opponents criticize the alleged hypocrisy of Republicans who claim to support Venezuelan exiles, noting that the proposed law will make it easier for them to be deported.
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    David C Adams
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