Latinos Express Outrage After Trump Pardons Arpaio

By SIMON ROMERO August 25, 2017 ALBUQUERQUE — Few of President Trump’s actions have touched a nerve among Latinos across the political spectrum in the United States quite like his pardon of Joe Arpaio, the former Arizona sheriff who was found...

Puerto Ricans Vote on the Question of Statehood

By FRANCES ROBLES June 11, 2017 SAN JUAN, P.R. — For the fifth time in Puerto Rico’s relationship with the United States, Puerto Ricans voted Sunday on whether they wished to become the country’s 51st state. This time, the nonbinding...

Too Scared to Report Sexual Abuse. The Fear: Deportation.

By JENNIFER MEDINA April 30, 2017 LOS ANGELES — Cristina’s husband had hit and threatened her repeatedly for years, she said, but it wasn’t until last year that she began to fear for the safety of her young children, too. Reluctantly, she...

To These Pastors, Saving the Colorado River Is a Divine Command

By FERNANDA SANTOS April 16, 2017 YUMA, Ariz. — The Rev. Victor Venalonzo opened his New Testament to the Book of Revelation on a recent Sunday and offered the men and women assembled at Iglesia Betania for a weekly Bible study a fresh look at its...