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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
  • Mueller Report: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
    Mueller Report: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

    Mueller Report: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

    While the report is a clear win for the President who insisted for two years that there was no collusion with the Russians, the investigation behind it represent strengths of the American justice system that shouldn’t be seen in zero sum political terms.
    John Feeley
  • Trump declares economic war on Cuba
    Trump declares economic war on Cuba

    Trump declares economic war on Cuba

    The Trump administration has declared the most severe new sanctions against Cuba since President John F. Kennedy imposed an economic embargo banning all trade with the communist island in 1962.
    William M. LeoGrande
  • Bolton praises Bay of Pigs and reinforces US sanctions against Cuba
    Bolton praises Bay of Pigs and reinforces US sanctions against Cuba

    Bolton praises Bay of Pigs and reinforces US sanctions against Cuba

    After 60 years, White House National Security Adviser John Bolton says Americans who lost their property in Cuba "should have a remedy in American courts.“ Trump administration also imposes new $4,000 annual limit on family remittances to Cuba. He spoke exclusively to Univision's Patricia Janiot.
    Lea esta articulo en español
    David C Adams
  • Stephen Miller and 'Sophie’s Choice': History Repeats Itself
    Stephen Miller and 'Sophie’s Choice': History Repeats Itself

    Stephen Miller and 'Sophie’s Choice': History Repeats Itself

    U.S. immigration officials are not jackbooted thugs, but Trump’s immigration architect wants them dressed that way and asking migrant parents to make an impossible decision.
    John Feeley
  • 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.
  • Is Trump a Racist?
    Is Trump a Racist?

    Is Trump a Racist?

    It’s impossible to get into Trump’s head but what comes out of his mouth are racist remarks. But, saddest of all are the millions who tolerate his views, cheer him on and emulate his behavior.
    Jorge Ramos
  •  Red Versus Blue
     Red Versus Blue

    Red Versus Blue

    The next two years will be difficult. Trump now says he is willing to negotiate with House Democrats to get legislation passed, as long as they don’t start launching investigations against him. But that is bound to happen. This means Congress is going to be paralyzed.
    Jorge Ramos
  • 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
  • The one-trick pony president and his wall
    The one-trick pony president and his wall

    The one-trick pony president and his wall

    Given the Trump administration’s incompetence and intransigence on immigration issues, the president is now cornered and his speech proved it. But, rather than revel in his predicament and keep the government closed, Democrats would be wise to make a deal.
    John Feeley
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