Adamari López termina con rumores sobre Telemundo

Los recientes despidos en la empresa Telemundo pusieron a Adamari López en la mira de sus espectadores, sobre todo porque la conductora se ausentó del matutino “Un Nuevo Día” desde el viernes pasado. A través de las redes sociales del programa, diversos internautas comenzaron a preguntar por la puertorriqueña, quien sólo había retomado sus redes […]

Lecciones para ser presidenta

By Jorge Ramos LA ESPERANZA DE LAS MUJERES DE ALCANZAR LAS MÁXIMAS POSICIONES DEL GOBIERNO EN ESTADOS UNIDOS LLEVA DEMASIADO TIEMPO EN SUSPENSO. MIAMI — En febrero, antes de que el distanciamiento social fuera una regla, tuve la oportunidad de entrevistar a Sonia Sotomayor, la jueza de la Corte Suprema de Justicia de Estados Unidos, […]

Trump signs four executive orders

On Aug. 8, President Trump signed three memoranda and one executive order to try to provide additional economic relief to Americans without requesting Congress’ approval. Trump announced he was postponing payroll taxes through year’s end, extending the unemployment “bonus” at $400 a week (down from $600), helping people “stay in their homes” and waiving student […]

Hablando con Jessica Piedra: Public Charge Stopped!

Now is a great time to file your family-based permanent residency case! A federal court has stopped the Public Charge rule because of the pandemic. We are back to the regular rules for obtaining your green card inside or outside the United States. The Public Charge rule changes have been scary for many immigrant families. […]

An obligation to migrant children

Since the pandemic broke out in the United States, thousands of migrant children have been sent back to their home countries, sometimes bypassing legal protocols. Citing the risk that they could be carrying Covid-19 into the country, the Trump administration has deported thousands of children, even after testing negative for the virus, according to court […]