If you listened very closely to the Republican debate last night you could've picked up one or two nuggets that actually reflected reality, but that made the session all the more scary.
State Department spokesperson John Kirby regards "resolution of outstanding claims" as a top priority for normalization.
It's not that they dislike Trump's tune. The right wing GOP honchos think it's just swell. But Trump is playing it too loud.
The number of demonstrators has grown steadily since the release of the video of Laquan McDonald's murder. Organizers are hoping they will soon reach a critical mass.
Chants such as "Our community is under attack. What do we do? Stand up fight back" rang out in front of City Hall.
In the U.S., terrorism means one thing post-9/11. In Latin America, it has meant something else.
If implemented, the executive order, issued by President Obama a year ago, would prevent families from being broken up.
This Friday marks the one-year anniversary of Obama's announcement of executive action on immigration.
The shooting of Tamir Rice occurred on the afternoon of Nov. 22 after a resident saw him waving a toy gun in the park.
"Achieving pay equality for women isn't enough - we have to make sure that all workers, men and women, are earning enough to live on."