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Macy’s severs ties to Donald Trump over anti-Mexican remarks

Macy's department store became the latest business to disassociate itself from GOP presidential candidate and real estate mogul Donald Trump over his anti-Mexican comments....

Activists gear up for Dec. 3 protests to highlight US role...

As activists in Mexico have been protesting for weeks to draw attention to the 43 missing students from the Mexican state of Guerrero, their...

With 82 Shot, 14 Dead in Chicago a Request for $3.7...

"This is a humanitarian crisis." We are considering "alternatives for detention." "We've identified this as a humanitarian situation." "Money is needed to "get to the root causes...

Brazil’s failure with the Olympics will harm Latin America

Brazil has a nightmare on its hands. The international Olympic committee (IOC) is making a very loud point about the failure of the nation...

Politicians ‘Hispander’ with Cinco de Mayo Statements

Although Cinco de Mayo is not widely celebrated in Mexico and really isn't too big of a deal in most Mexican American communities, it...

President Obama’s Speech in Mexico (Full Text)

Today President Obama delivered a speech in Mexico City at the National Museum of Anthropology. This speech comes at a time when the President...

President Obama Meets with Latino Leaders Before LatAm Trip

On Monday, President Obama met with Latino leaders in advance of his trip to Mexico and Costa Rica this week. The President met with...

DREAMers in Mexico: Former Immigrants Struggle in their Home Country

Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE They call themselves “DREAMers,” a group of young undocumented immigrants who fight for a right to college education, military service, and a chance for...

President Obama Traveling to Mexico & Costa Rica in May

The White House has announced that President Obama will be traveling to Mexico and Costa Rica from May 2-4 "to reinforce the deep cultural,...

The Tortilla Cartel’s Role in Spreading Poverty in Mexico

A group of tortilla shops in the southern state of Chiapas, Mexico operated a real cartel in which they regulated the pricing and production...