Despite the challenge from former Vice President Mike Pence and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, it is Donald Trump who remains the favorite for the Republican Party nomination in 2024, according to some analysts.
Some Republicans are beginning to realize the dilemma they face if Trump decides to run again in 2024. Despite having lost popularity, will anyone dare to challenge him given his strong grassroots support?
Democrats are beginning to express doubts about Biden's ability to lead them in the next election, although some say he deserves more credit for what his administration has accomplished. (
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From bank accounts to yachts to football clubs, the impact of international sanctions is being felt around the world as the United States and the European Union put the squeeze on Vladimir Putin and the notorious oligarchs who feed off his regime. (
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Approval among the Hispanic community for the president's job performance fell more than 20 percentage points in his little more than a year in office, according to a new survey by Univision News in alliance with NORC. Most feel that the administration's policies have worsened inflation and believe that their financial situation will not improve any time soon.
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President Joe Biden won the majority of the Latino vote in 2020, but Hispanic support for the Democratic Party candidate fell by 8 per cent. Could the so-called "red panic" affect the Latino vote in 2022 and 2024? (
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In the wake of the murder of Vanessa Guillen, Congress is set to reform military law so that commanders will no longer decide who gets prosecuted in rape and sexual assault cases. It would also make sexual harassment a military offense.
Gentefied catapulted to Netflix’s top 10 most-watched list when it first came out in 2020. Now the hit Latino comedy drama is back for a second season to focus on the Morales family’s fight to keep their undocumented patriarch, grandfather Casimiro, from being deported to Mexico.
Mexican feminists are organizing to help Texas women sidestep their state’s abortion ban by using the Mexican model of women helping women. Feminists from both countries will meet on the Mexican border in January to develop an action plan.
Pati Jinich is many things: she is a chef, was a political analyst, has a master's degree in Latin American studies and above all, has a very special sensibility to understand what brings people from different cultures together. In a Spanglish conversation she tells us about her new project exploring the culture and food of "la frontera," and warns which Mexican restaurants we should never go to.
As U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken heads to Mexico for high-level security talks on Friday, the Mexican government is setting its sights on the U.S. gun industry. Mexico has filed a lawsuit against 6 leading U.S. gun manufacturers they accuse of “actively facilitating the unlawful trafficking of their guns to drug cartels in Mexico.”