Democratic Lawmakers Push to Extend Eviction Moratorium

Democratic Lawmakers Push to Extend Eviction Moratorium

04/08/2021Por Lila Abed (Washington DC)
"The landlord doesn't care if you are a Democrat or a Republican. Neither does the food pantry nor does the homeless shelter," says Rep. Cori Bush.
One in Five Latinos Are Behind on their Rental Payments", says UnidosUS expert.

One in Five Latinos Are Behind on their Rental Payments", says UnidosUS expert.

04/08/2021Por Lila Abed (Washington DC)
The end of the US eviction moratorium may have a significant impact on Latinos across the country, according to UnidosUS senior vice president Eric Rodriguez.
"There's opportunity for regime change in Cuba"

"There's opportunity for regime change in Cuba"

01/08/2021Por Lila Abed (Washington DC)
Former Assistant Secretary for Western Hemisphere Affairs, Arturo Valenzuela, discussed the current situation in Cuba, the importance of the Latino vote in the upcoming midterms elections, and President Joe Biden's foreign policy towards Latin America and the Caribbean.
National infrastructure plan will benefit Latinos, woo Democratic voters, says Adriano Espaillat

National infrastructure plan will benefit Latinos, woo Democratic voters, says Adriano Espaillat

30/07/2021Por B. Debusmann y P. Manriquez
New York representative Adriano Espaillat believes that moves to create jobs and create opportunities in Latino communities will benefit the Democrats
AOC Slams White House Over Eviction Moratorium

AOC Slams White House Over Eviction Moratorium

30/07/2021Por Pablo Manriquez (Washington DC)
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) calls the Biden administration's effort "shameful".
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"AMLO'S Strategy of Poking the Bear is Not the Best Way to Work with Biden"

"AMLO'S Strategy of Poking the Bear is Not the Best Way to Work with Biden"

30/07/2021Por Lila Abed (Washington DC)
"Even if the Biden administration gets the symbolic nature of his words, it makes it harder for Biden to do things with him," says Andrew Rudman.
Mexico kills Merida Security Initiative and raises tensions with Biden

Mexico kills Merida Security Initiative and raises tensions with Biden

30/07/2021LPO (Mexico City)
Foreign Minister Ebrard ended the "Merida" initiative, a $3 billion bilateral security agreement financed by Washington.
Latino voters begin to flex political muscle in Georgia

Latino voters begin to flex political muscle in Georgia

28/07/2021Por B. Debusmann (Washington DC)
The number of Latino voters in Georgia rose more than 57% between 2016 and 2020.
Exclusive: the Pope intensifies contact with Pelosi and awaits her arrival as Biden's ambassador

Exclusive: the Pope intensifies contact with Pelosi and awaits her arrival as Biden's ambassador

28/07/2021Por Milton Merlo (Mexico City)
The speaker of the House of Representatives will leave office in 2022, according to Vatican representatives.
 Inside Vanessa Gibson's campaign to win over the majority-Latino Bronx

Inside Vanessa Gibson's campaign to win over the majority-Latino Bronx

28/07/2021Por B. Debusmann (Washington DC)
Vanessa Gibson is likely to become the Bronx's first non-Latino borough president in 35 years.