Stories tagged: "politics"


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Mariachis, Ivy Queen, Lin-Manuel Miranda: Here’s a Full Schedule of Latinos Featured in Biden’s Inauguration

The 2021 Biden-Harris Inauguration will surely be different yet spectacular, and Latinos will be part of the entire ceremony.

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Edgardo Cruz Certified With Majority of Votes for Guánica Mayoral Chair

If he prevails, he would make history in Puerto Rico as the first mayor to be elected by direct nomination and the second mayor to be openly gay.

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AOC Says Sen. Cruz Must Resign For His Actions In Fueling Capitol Hill Mob

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez told Sen. Ted Cruz he must resign for fueling the riots in DC and for fundraising during the chaos.

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Latinos Are Familiar With Insurrection, but the Way the Attempted Coup Was Handled Was Unprecedented

An expert said Wednesday’s events in Washington question the moral authority of the United States regarding future involvement in international conflicts—something the country has done throughout history.

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These Are the First Six Executive Orders Signed by Puerto Rico’s New Governor

Gov. Pedro Pierluisi's executive orders address the coronavirus emergency, crime, and the budget.

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Latino Lawmakers Slam Sen. McConnell for Blocking Relief to Americans

"American families are struggling to put food on the table and make their mortgage & rent payments," Rep. Adriano Espaillat (D-NY) said.

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Inauguration Day Has Some Curious Traditions and Trivia. Here Are a Few.

A parade, inaugural speeches, and the date itself are some of the key elements of the ceremony marking the beginning of presidential terms in the United States.