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26 Feb 2021 – 08:40 pm ET

What is going to be the fate of Trump's border wall under the Biden administration?

On his first day in office, President Biden signed a proclamation terminating the national emergency that Trump used to funnel money from the Pentagon to build the wall.
24 Feb 2021 – 12:42 am ET

Former Florida congressman fined $456,000 for "egregious" campaign scheme

A federal court ordered former Miami Republican Congressman David Rivera to pay a $456,000 fine after the Federal Election Commission accused him of illegally funding a secret election campaign to sabotage a political rival in 2012.
19 Feb 2021 – 07:55 pm ET

Lina Hidalgo: What are the lessons from the historic Texas winter storm?

Texas judge Lina Hidalgo talks to Real America with Jorge Ramos about Mother Nature, climate change and protecting residents from historic Texas winter storm.
1 Feb 2021 – 10:39 pm ET

How decades of discrimination doomed Fresno during the pandemic

In Fresno, California, the coronavirus pandemic has magnified damage caused by decades of discriminatory housing practices. Residents of its poorest neighborhoods, mostly people of color, face eviction at a higher rate than their white neighbors.
26 Ene 2021 – 11:27 pm ET

Latina soldier says she was abused in the Army shortly before Vanessa Guillén: now pressure is increasing for Congress to act

Karina López denounced the abuse that she was subjected to at Fort Hood, Texas a few months before Guillén's death, but she says the Army failed to investigate properly. Congress did not vote on proposed legislation last year, but advocates hope the I Am Vanessa Guillen Act it will be reintroduced soon. ( Leer en español)
24 Ene 2021 – 06:21 pm ET

How to unite the country? We need more poetry, says Richard Blanco

There’s nothing like the humanities to ask the deep and meaningful questions that need to be posed about healing a divided America, says Obama’s inaugural poet. ( Leer en español)
6 min de lectura
22 Ene 2021 – 10:22 pm ET

President Biden prepares to undo Trump's Latin America policy. How far will he go?

Instead of funding a border wall, Biden will once again take a more diplomatic approach to Latin America, with an accent on corruption and climate change.
7 min de lectura
18 Ene 2021 – 03:19 pm ET

The unthinkable images of the Capitol under military guard

The Pentagon authorized the use of National Guard troops to maintain security in the capital a week before Joe Biden's inauguration. Now soldiers can be seen resting in the Capitol Visitor Center, patroling with assault rifles past historic statues and paintings as members of Congress conduct their duties. READ MORE: What is the future of the Republic party after Trump?
12 Contenidos
16 Ene 2021 – 04:25 pm ET

What future does Trump have in the Republican Party after January 20?

The Trump brand is severely damaged after losing the election and the assault on the Capitol. But he still controls the base of the Republican Party. So what happens to the party after he leaves the White House? ( Leer en español)
5 min de lectura
15 Ene 2021 – 08:57 pm ET

Latin America could offer a roadmap for the U.S. transition from Trump to Biden

Latin America’s on-again off-again relationship with democracy could offer some helpful insights to the United States, which is about to begin its own precarious trek back up the weedy embankment towards the path to democracy.
3 min de lectura
10 Ene 2021 – 03:33 pm ET

Stacey Abrams, the 'ninja' political strategist and architect of Democratic party's victory in Georgia

The 46-year-old lawyer - and romance novelist - is credited with building an inclusive multiracial and community approach to winning elections. The 'Abrams Playbook' is now seen as a role model in other states with large minority populations. ( Leer en español)
7 min de lectura
8 Ene 2021 – 07:28 pm ET

Battleground Georgia

Georgia's Latino voters helped President-elect Joe Biden secure a narrow victory in the state in November. Can they now help Democrats flip the Senate?
1 min de lectura
22 Dic 2020 – 10:09 pm ET

Los Angeles breaks new record of daily pandemic cases

The U.S. has more covid-19 patients now than ever before. Los Angeles county is in crisis and New York is taking measures to prevent the new strain in the UK from reaching its borders. Meanwhile vaccinations continue, the first doses of the Moderna vaccine are already being administered.
21 Dic 2020 – 10:52 pm ET

Trump downplays suspected Russia hack, blames China without evidence

President Trump is downplaying a massive cyberattack on the government after Secretary of State Mike Pompeo linked the attack to Russia. To talk about this massive data breach we spoke to Max Bergmann, a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress.
20 Dic 2020 – 04:20 pm ET

How an immigrant scientist paved the way for covid-19 vaccine

Katalin Karikó saw her early research rejected but she persisted and is now tipped for a Nobel Prize together with her colleague Dr Drew Weissman. Their breakthrough invention is now the key to the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines, and could open the door to new medical cures. ( Leer en español)
7 min de lectura
17 Dic 2020 – 10:14 pm ET

Winter storm could delay deliveries including covid vaccine

Amid a winter storm blast in the northeast, covid-19 vaccine shipments are still on track. Front line workers and now nursing home residents becoming the first to receive the vaccine, while an FDA panel of outside advisers is weighing the safety and effectiveness of Moderna’s vaccine today.
15 Dic 2020 – 11:00 pm ET

Find out how the Miami airport prepared for the massive vaccine distribution

Miami International Airport is one of the most important hubs for vaccine distribution to the South-East and Latin America. To talk about those efforts, we spoke to Emir Pineda, he's the cargo spokesperson at MIA.
14 Dic 2020 – 09:42 pm ET

First Pfizer covid-19 vaccine doses ship out across the U.S.

There is finally a sign of what is hopefully the beginning of the end of the covid-19 pandemic. After a record-breaking effort, the first deliveries of the coronavirus vaccine have now begun as planes and cargo trucks distribute them to locations across the country.
14 Dic 2020 – 05:04 pm ET

Congress to let military reform bill #IAmVanessaGuillen die without a vote

Congress won't take up the bill this year to reform the military's handling of sexual abuse. But disappointed supporters still hope it will be approved in 2021. The Guillén family spoke with Univision about the urgency of the law and the legacy of the murdered soldier. ( Leer en español)
6 min de lectura
10 Dic 2020 – 10:40 pm ET

U.S. records highest single-day death toll since the pandemic began

The FDA is just hours away from a major decision regarding Pfizer’s vaccine an emergency use authorization, which could change the course of the pandemic. This as the country recorded the deadliest day so far and hospitals nationwide are nearing breaking point.