Divulgando la cultura en dos idiómas.

A 2-Year-Old Prisoner

By Jorge Ramos Fernanda Jacqueline Dávila is 2 years old, and she is locked up. The U.S. government would say that’s not true; that she is well taken care of and fed, that she has a bed, and her own clothes. But the simple truth is that Fernanda is in custody in a detention center […]

Making happy Halloween memories

We’re increasingly conscious of the dangers our children face in their daily life; news headlines and research data regularly remind us. But celebrations like Halloween, “the spookiest night of the year” designed to thrill and scare heighten our security awareness for our kids. To keep costumed kids safe on the haunt for treats, communities nowadays […]

Pipe bombs sent to Obama, Clinton and CNN offices

By Angie Baldelomar Homemade pipe bombs targeting former President Barack Obama, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, CNN and others were intercepted Tuesday (Oct. 23) night and Wednesday (Oct. 24) morning. The devices, which officials said shared a similar design, were aimed at prominent Democrats and a cable news network often criticized by political conservatives. […]

Day of the Dead is not the Mexican Halloween

By Tere Siqueira Because they have similar roots and are celebrated at the end of harvest season, some people might see Halloween and the Day of the Dead (Dia de los Muertos in Spanish) as two versions of the same holiday. But they could not be more different. “The meaning in Halloween’s ghost can’t compare […]

Migrant caravan keeps moving toward the United States

By Chara A migrant caravan that started marching from Honduras and Guatemala has crossed the Mexican border and keeps moving north. And the number of migrants keeps growing. The New York Times recently stated that the number of caravan travelers had increased from 3,000 to 7,000. It is considered the largest in history. As of […]