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Embattled FEMA Director steps down: “After the devastating mismanagement of disaster recovery efforts across Puerto Rico, a mere resignation leaves us wanting,” the advocacy coalition, Power 4 Puerto Rico, said in a press release.
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AL DÍA News Feb 15
Three key consequences of Trump's National Emergency declaration
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AL DÍA News Feb 15
Philly wins major court ruling on immigration: “The conditions imposed by the DOJ were an unconscionable attempt to bully the City and its residents into changing our policies,” Mayor Jim Kenney said in a press release.
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AL DÍA News Feb 15
Trump signs spending bill, but will declare national emergency: Apprehensions at the U.S.-Mexico border have fallen from 1.64 million people in 2000 to 397,000 recorded in 2018 - a 75 percent drop.
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AL DÍA News Feb 14
Revitalizing Camden: A Conversation with Mayor Frank Moran: Mayor Moran visited AL DÍA to discuss his first year in office, efforts to spur economic development in Camden, and his vision for the city just across the river from Philadelphia.
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AL DÍA News Feb 13
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AL DÍA News Feb 13
“When you don’t have practitioners of color or executives of color… you’re leaving out voices that bring a very different perspective and a different understanding of experiences.”
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AL DÍA News Feb 13
Trump and the border security deal: stuck between defeat and an alternate reality
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AL DÍA News Feb 13
Learn more about our upcoming with here:
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AL DÍA News Feb 13
Trump’s longest tweet yet: State of the Disunion Finding differences between President Trump’s State of the Union address last Tuesday and the daily content he posts on Twitter would likely prove to be a difficult endeavor.
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AL DÍA News Feb 12
Border Crisis? What Border Crisis?
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AL DÍA News Feb 12
Amy Klobuchar announces run for President in snowy Minnesota: With her Sunday announcement, Klobuchar became the fifth woman to enter the race on the Democratic side.
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AL DÍA News Feb 12
Mayor Kenney announces re-election bid: Kenney’s announcement does not come as a surprise. Thus far, just one Democratic challenger has declared his candidacy - former city controller Alan Butkovitz.
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AL DÍA News Feb 11
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AL DÍA News Feb 11
's “anti-Semitism,” or how Twitter is the worst way to do politics
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AL DÍA News Feb 7
Ocasio-Cortez advances her campaign for social justice by fulfilling her promise to introduce a proposal for the Green New Deal as soon as possible.
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AL DÍA News Feb 7
Getting to know City Councilman David Oh: An AL DÍA Talks Segment: Oh discusses the controversial soda tax, the Fair Workweek legislation, violence in the city, the opioid crisis, marijuana legalization, Philly's sanctuary city status, and more.
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AL DÍA News Feb 7
el regreso de una de las bandas más importantes en la historia del rock en español.
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AL DÍA News Feb 6
“Diary of a Female President” follows the adventures of a young Cuban-American girl who dreams of becoming the future president of the United States
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AL DÍA News Feb 6
AL DÍA hosts first ever Higher Education Summit: In perhaps the day’s most moving session, the summit’s third theme highlighted the personal experiences of two medical students at Drexel University, Paulina Ramirez and Alfredo Muñoz.
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