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Jorge Ramos





When anonymity becomes the real luxury

That english-language media knew little or nothing about Jenni Rivera and other Hispanic icons illuminates a seldom discussed cultural divide

The terms of a debate help shape the outcome, and the time has come to drop the word “illegal” from discussions about immigration

Where reality collides with reality TV in the increasingly strange universe of Venezuela politics

The promise is there—but the young Republican politician must make some changes if he is to reach the highest heights

Neither ‘Hispanic’ nor ‘Latino’ quite fills the bill—is there an alternative?

Reflections on 25 years of witnessing history

We are losing the war on drugs for a host of reasons. It's time for a change of strategy

The Obama administration’s suspension of deportations creates a new category of immigrants: non-deportable undocumented immigrants

The Obama administration’s suspension of deportations creates a new category of immigrants: nondeportable undocumented immigrants

To be re-elected, Obama must somehow achieve positive economic results – specifically the creation of more new jobs – in the next 18 months.

Danger lurks even in the most beautiful coastal resorts.

The phone hacking scandal is the UK is a reminder that journalism is a delicate craft and rests upon the integrity of those who practice it

Presidents routinely fail to keep their word, but don’t seem to realize how this hurts their credibility

One can argue that bullfighting is a cultural institution, a centuries-old practice closely interwoven with Spain’s traditions. But the simple fact is we paid to watch animals die.

Presidents routinely fail to keep their word, but don't seem to realize how this hurts their credibility.

Mexico is a terribly violent country, and Acapulco is not immune

What Mexico could learn from efforts to combat poverty and violence in Colombia and Peru

How much more can Mexicans take?



Should the sexual abuses that went on during the papacy of John Paul II disqualify him from sainthood? The answer is clear

Changing reading habits and the impact on journalism



Mexico’s voters will have to make some important decisions next year





What will be the repercussions? Mexico and the US are still a long way from finding a long term solution to the drug cartels