The news that Donald Trump was caught on a hot mic sounding like a dirty old Hollywood pervert hit the race for the White House like an exploding bomb last Friday evening.
If you can’t win against an opponent caught on tape within 24 hours of your debate bragging about getting away with grabbing women’s p---y, you are not capable.
Setting the rhetoric aside, there are many aspects to a border wall that Americans need to know.
Economic growth may be staggeringly slow across the country, but Puerto Rico’s lengthy decline makes even seasoned economists blush.
Both vice presidential candidates seemed more informed on policy than their running mates, yet at times they also seemed unable to deliver any cogent conversations about it....
How could this happen? After all, the deal was carefully negotiated over four long years with sectors across society having a space at the table.
For many years, they have had their eyes on Colombia; now the so-called Peace Agreement will open the door for 21st-century socialism, perhaps irreversibly.
After standing with Colombia through decades of war, we must continue to stand with the Colombian people as you work to build a just and lasting peace....
I write this today because I think we can do better for them. It’s frustrating to think of all the veterans who are sent to battle, lose limbs, come back with emotional...
The criticisms of the agreement with the FARC and of President Juan Manuel Santos’ handling of the process are well deserved; but the consequences of rejecting the agreement...
Like so many of us, he was an immigrant who came to America and found his calling. Like so many of us he was a Cuban refugee.
There is evidence that shows that young girls are conditioned from an early age that individuality is the quickest way to isolation, or worse, violence.
Clinton is ill-informed and so is Trump. Neither realizes there are two slap-in-the-face cold realities that are reshaping present-day America.
We barely navigated outside that bubble. My only real friends were my grandfather and cousin.
Nearly 9 million citizenship-eligible lawful permanent residents live in the U.S. today. Yet fewer than 10 percent naturalize each year.