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  • Who will win control of the US Congress in 2018?
    Who will win control of the US Congress in 2018?

    Who will win control of the US Congress in 2018?

    Polling shows generic ballot results for the November midterm elections for Congress (House of Representatives and Senate) in the United States between the Republican and Democratic Party. All poll data and ratings are from RealClearPolitics averages and historical statistics.
    Javier Figueroa
  • Trump cuts off aid to Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador
    Trump cuts off aid to Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador

    Trump cuts off aid to Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador

    In the midst of a migrant crisis on the southern U.S. border, President Trump says he is is cutting off $500 million in funding to the Northern Triangle countries. But critics say he lacks the authority to cut the funding and his action undermines efforts to stop the exodos from Central America.
    David C Adams
  • Strengthening Our Democracy: 6 Examples of How Latinos and Immigrants Lead the Resistance Against Trump’s Attacks
    Strengthening Our Democracy: 6 Examples of How Latinos and Immigrants Lead the Resistance Against Trump’s Attacks

    Strengthening Our Democracy: 6 Examples of How Latinos and Immigrants Lead the Resistance Against Trump’s Attacks

    This year, we continue playing a central role in our own future, being an element of hope in creating a nation that has a more inclusive and representative democracy, and that reflects the diversity and priorities of all communities.
    Hector Sanchez Barba
  • Poll shows young latinos hopeful of change from new Congress
    Poll shows young latinos hopeful of change from new Congress

    Poll shows young latinos hopeful of change from new Congress

    Young Latinos expect the new Congress to enact progressive legislation, that includes immigration reform, healthcare, education reform and protecting the environment, according to a new Voto Latino poll.
    David C Adams
  • Pelosi points to 'Dreamers' as a legislative priority in new Congress
    Pelosi points to 'Dreamers' as a legislative priority in new Congress

    Pelosi points to 'Dreamers' as a legislative priority in new Congress

    Activists see a new opportunity in Congress for the 800,000 undocumented 'Dreamers' who were brought to the United States when they were children. "You never know when our time will come," says activist Gaby Pacheco.
    David C Adams
  • The 'progressive' Democrats to watch in the November elections (in photos)
    The 'progressive' Democrats to watch in the November elections (in photos)

    The 'progressive' Democrats to watch in the November elections (in photos)

    In the midst of a polarized political climate - fueled in part by the president - party moderates are being displaced by more liberal and, generally younger, leaders. More women are also running for office. In their agenda, almost all propose elements of socialist ideology such as universal access to health, assistance for the poor and the abolition of ICE, among other points.
  • Donald Trump wants more than a wall
    Donald Trump wants more than a wall

    Donald Trump wants more than a wall

    The president has hung an 'Immigrants not welcome' sign at the border.
    Jorge Ramos
  • Fear in the chicken capital of the United States
    Fear in the chicken capital of the United States

    Fear in the chicken capital of the United States

    Univision News visited Gainesville, Georgia, the city with the highest concentration of undocumented immigrants in the country. It is one of the few counties where local law enforcement has free rein to act as immigration police. This report is the first in a series called Immigration Lab.
    Ronny Rojas
  • Trump says he will cut foreign aid to Central America. But can he?
    Trump says he will cut foreign aid to Central America. But can he?

    Trump says he will cut foreign aid to Central America. But can he?

    Trump tweeted on Monday that he is going to "begin cutting off" aid to Central American countries for not doing enough to stop migrant caravan
    David C Adams
  • Timeline of Trump administration’s ‘Zero Tolerance’ immigration policy
    Timeline of Trump administration’s ‘Zero Tolerance’ immigration policy

    Timeline of Trump administration’s ‘Zero Tolerance’ immigration policy

    Since entering the White House, the President has modified immigration law through executive orders and memorandums that lack support from Congress, putting 11 million immigrants on the verge of deportation.
    Jorge Cancino
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