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22 Mar 2019 – 03:43 PM EDT

The Trump administration says "the entire banking sector of Venezuela" may be may be subject to sanctions - John Bolton

The US National Security Adviser spoke exclusively to Univision about new sanctions imposed Friday on the Maduro regime in Venezuela.
4 Feb 2019 – 07:27 PM EST

Miriam Arias recaps Superbowl commercials

With stars like Steve Carell, Cardi B, Adam Scott, and even Tom Brady himself, Miriam Arias reflects on the superbowl commercials and the big name stars in them.
4 Feb 2019 – 07:25 PM EST

Interview: AP journalist Manuel Rueda discusses censorship in Venezuela

Live from Caracas, Venezuela, AP journalist Manuel Rueda talks about government censorship and how the opposition is targeted on the internet.
4 Feb 2019 – 07:24 PM EST

Annabelle Sedano catches up on latest tech news

A new 911 Emergency app, Facebook's 15th birthday, and more: Annabelle Sedano catches up on the latest news in technology.
4 Feb 2019 – 07:05 PM EST

Nick Cantor reflects on Superbowl and other sports highlights from the past week

From soccer to the Superbowl, Nick Cantor reflects on the best moments in sports.
1 Feb 2019 – 06:33 PM EST

Ex CIA prosthetics expert helps disfigured woman

Samantha Diaz was 14 years old when a car accident left her uncrecognizably disfigured, her mentor encouraged her to meet Robert Barron, an ex CIA prostehetics expert to help reconstruct her face.
31 Ene 2019 – 07:05 PM EST

Nick Cantor recaps sports highlights from the past week

From exciting plays in soccer to the Australian Open tennis final, Nick Cantor recaps what happened the past week in the world of sports.
31 Ene 2019 – 07:02 PM EST

Interview: Dr. Martha Michelle Colon, founder of "Be Gutsy," discusses impact of opioid epidemic

"Be Gutsy's" Dr. Marta Michelle Colon discusses her campaign's goals of educating young latino adults about avoiding addiction to prescription opioids.
31 Ene 2019 – 07:01 PM EST

Interview: Former DEA agent Jim Shedd discusses how the government shutdown affected the Drug Enforcement Agency

In an interview with Carolina Sarassa, former DEA agent Jim Shedd discusses how the money for informants and gas for vehicles started running out due to the government shutdown.
24 Ene 2019 – 07:43 PM EST

Exclusive: Venezuela’s interim president Guaidó says he intends to call for elections “in the shortest amount of time possible” even under “dictatorship conditions”

After being sworn in as interim president this Wednesday, the head of Venezuela’s National Assembly, Juan Guaidó, spoke about the transition planned to call for elections in 30 days, as outlined by the country’s Constitution.
24 Ene 2019 – 06:54 PM EST

Exclusive: Venezuela’s interim president Juan Guaidó says “amnesty is on the table” for Nicolás Maduro and other high ranking officials

Guaidó compared the current high tension situation in Venezuela with the way dictatorships in Latin America ended, and added that he would favor offering amnesty to Nicolás Maduro in exchange for him leaving power.
12 Ene 2019 – 12:54 PM EST

Julián Castro, the Latino who is convinced he will defeat Trump in 2020 and become president of the US

He was mayor of San Antonio and Secretary of Housing and Development when Barack Obama was president. Now, Castro has announced he will be running for office himself. He says Trump is taking the country backwards and assures the public that he is capable of beating him in 2020.
11 Ene 2019 – 06:09 PM EST

Mexico's first blind congressman hopes to combat discrimination

Hugo Luis, Mexico's first blind congressman has created apps to fight against discrimination, and was a blind Olympic athlete.
11 Ene 2019 – 06:09 PM EST

Gas shortage in Mexico forces police onto bikes

The gas shortage has obliged police to find other transportation, such as bikes, while taxi drivers are forced to sleep to queue overnight outside gas stations.
11 Ene 2019 – 06:08 PM EST

Federal employees look for other income to pay the bills

21 days into the government shutdown, federal employees are not getting paid. To get by, some are contemplating selling items, taking part-time jobs, or looking for new jobs entirely.
11 Ene 2019 – 12:55 PM EST

ICE sending fines to undocumented immigrants

Under federal law, immigrants may be fined up to $500 a day if they don't comply with deportation orders. Immigration experts say the fines had never been implemented until now.
11 Ene 2019 – 12:09 PM EST

Two Mississippi girls accused of killing mother

Two Mississippi girls, aged 12 and 14 were arrested for stabbing and shooting their mother, Erica Nicole Hall, to death. Robin Comey, an aunt of the victim, reacts to her niece's death.
9 Ene 2019 – 05:48 PM EST

Fact checking the president's speech

Andrea Linares clears up some inaccuracies in President Trump's Tuesday night speech.
9 Ene 2019 – 05:44 PM EST

Giving a voice to the Dreamers: Millionaire former media owner, Donald Graham, and the DREAMer scholarship fund

The former owner of the Washington Post, Donald Graham, says he co-founded "TheDream.US", a $25 million fund, to give DREAMers access to financial aid otherwise denied to the undocumented.
9 Ene 2019 – 05:40 PM EST

Interview: Brennan Center's Elizabeth Goitein on President Trump's Speech.

The co-director of Brennan's Center Liberty and National Security Program questions discusses whether President Trump can declare a national emergency and if that would help him build his wall.