J.D. Long-García March 14, 2019
U.S. and Mexican bishops urged “the administration to reverse this policy, which needlessly increases the suffering of the most vulnerable and violates international protocols.”
In contrast to the deadening effects of fences and walls, opportunity zones can facilitate investment on the United States-Mexico border and help develop the workforce of the future. (iStock/CampPhoto)
Forget the antiquated concept of walls. Opportunity zones can secure the border while providing economic opportunity to both workers and investors.
“No more dictatorship” is the message of this walkout against President Nicolas Maduro in Caracas on Jan. 30. Doctors in scrubs, businessmen in suits and construction workers in jeans gathered to demand that Maduro step down in a demonstration organized by the nation's reinvigorated opposition. (AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos)
Jan-Albert Hootsen February 01, 2019
Mexico's call for a summit is the latest twist in a crisis that continues to divide the world after Venezuela’s embattled socialist president, Nicolás Maduro, was sworn in for a second term.
J.D. Long-García February 01, 2019
Mexican Catholics commemorate the day Mary and Joseph presented the Lord in the temple by bringing statues of the Child Jesus to Mass. And afterward: tamales.
J.D. Long-García January 10, 2019
“We witness daily how, working together, people of all faiths can focus on helping the person in front of us,” Sister Pimentel, the executive director of Catholic Charities in the Rio Grande Valley, wrote in an op-ed addressed to the president yesterday in The Washington Post.
A migrant rests inside a blanket tied to keep him from rolling off the spectator stands at the Benito Juárez Sports Complex in Tijuana, Mexico. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)
Jan-Albert Hootsen November 30, 2018
Thousands of caravan migrants now wait in tents at the Benito Juárez Sports Complex in Tijuana, unsure if they will ever be allowed to enter the United States.