After Day Without Immigrants protests where immigrants across the United States skipped class, work and shopping on Feb. 16 as a symbolic gesture to show their importance in the country and speak out against recent immigration raids, 12 workers at a restaurant in Oklahoma have been fired for participating.
In the juggernaut of Chicago, a clique of young men clad in yellow and black charge the streets in the night, their breaths drawing out clouds in the crisp air, pistols slung to their belt hoops. Not far behind are the police, ready to lock down their selective yearn for law and order and beat down the Latino gangbangers.
As the presidency of Donald Trump threatens to renew hostilities against both countries, Iran and Cuba signed 12 new cooperation agreements Thursday as the Intergovernmental Commission comes to a close in Havana.
The former federal prosecutor played a controversial role in sending a well-respected professor and his wife to federal prison for “treason” in 2006.
U.S. President Donald Trump nominated Florida International University, FIU, College of Law Dean Alexander Acosta as labor secretary Thursday, calling him a “tremendous” pick.
Since 1959, the Cuban people have considered Che one of their own, and the heroic guerilla responded in kind
The morning of February 10, 1959, newspaper hawkers on the streets shouted at the top of their lungs, “Che, Cuban citizen!” They were referring to a press release printed on the front page of that Tuesday’s edition of the newspaper Revolución, announcing the Foundational Law approved by the Revolutionary Government, in a session which began on February 7 and ended during the dawn hours the following day.