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Past articles by Jorge:

Andrés Manuel López Obrador Is on the 2019 TIME 100 List

Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is one of the most influential people of 2019, Jorge Ramos writes. → Read More

The Migrant Caravan Isn’t Causing the Border Crisis. Trump Is

"Trump has built this structure in a way that encourages people seeking to follow the law to instead break it," writes Jorge Ramos → Read More

Jorge Ramos: Yes, the Family Separation Policy Is Torture

Univision anchor Jorge Ramos argues that President Trump's policy of separating migrant families is 'unimaginable cruelty.' → Read More

Jorge Ramos: Why Dreamers and the Parkland Survivors Will Change America

Young people — the Dreamers and the survivors of a school shooting in Parkland, Florida — are pushing for real change in America. → Read More

My Confrontation with Trump Made Me Feel Like a Stranger in My Own Country

At a press conference in 2015, Jorge Ramos was told by a Trump supporter to "get out of my country" after having an argument with the future president. → Read More

Peña Nieto’s Terrible Arithmetic

Below is an annual breakdown of the number of people killed in Mexico during President Enrique Peña Nieto’s six-year tenure. This terrible arithmetic is a testament to his administration’s ineptitude. Peña Nieto may be one of the most unskilled presidents Mexico has ever had. → Read More

Mexico’s Earthquake Generation

This is an edited version of the speech I delivered a few days ago at Ibero-American University in Mexico City to the first graduates after the Sept. 19 earthquake. → Read More

Jorge Ramos: Trump’s Arpaio Pardon Is a Defense of Racism

Jorge Ramos writes: "Trump had the chance to be on the right side of history, with tolerance and diversity. But he chose to be with Arpaio." → Read More

Jorge Ramos: Two Years of Trump

Two years ago, many Americans thought it implausible that a candidate with racist, sexist, xenophobic and anti-environmental ideas would ever be elected president. But when it comes to Donald Trump, we were wrong. And we’ve been wrong repeatedly. → Read More

The First 100 Days of Fear

We can now put a number on the level of fear undocumented immigrants are experiencing. Since Donald Trump’s inauguration, authorities have deported at least 5,441 migrants who have no criminal record, according to The Washington Post. This is more than double the number deported during the same period last year under the Obama administration. → Read More

How to Steal $3.5 Billion

Enrique Peña Nieto, the president of Mexico, is very frustrated these days. The public is refusing to acknowledge, much less applaud, any of his accomplishments. For instance, authorities in Italy and Guatemala recently arrested two former Mexican state governors who went on the run after being accused of widespread corruption. Peña Nieto took credit for their capture, yet Mexicans welcomed the… → Read More

450 Ways to Divide Us

For the last few months, the United States’ most brilliant and ambitious engineers and contractors have been busy trying to come up with the best way to divide us—and they’ve found about 450 ways to do it. That’s how many companies have presented bids to build President Donald Trump’s wall along the border between Mexico and the United States. → Read More

The Children Caught in Syria’s War

The images were heartbreaking. One showed at least six children dead, their eyes still open, after a chemical weapons attack killed more than 100 people earlier this month in northern Syria’s Idlib Province. In another image, a distraught father carried the bodies of his dead twins. Many more showed children barely moving, clinging to life with each breath.Images like these, broadcast around the… → Read More

Days of the Dead in Mexico

Authorities called it “the swimming pool” because the bodies in this mass grave were buried so close together—more than 250 skulls were found. This is one of more than 120 unmarked graves unearthed since August of last year over a large area in Santa Fe, a town in the Mexican state of Veracruz. → Read More

Jorge Ramos

Jorge Ramos is the host of Fusion's 'AMERICA with Jorge Ramos' and Univision's 'Noticiero Univision' and 'Al Punto'. You can watch him on Fusion every Tuesday, 10PM ET / 7PM PT. → Read More

Jorge Ramos: All the President's lies

The United States elected a president who lies so much that he’s lost credibility only two months after his inauguration. This is a serious problem: The day will soon come when Donald Trump really needs the American people to believe him. Will anybody know if he’s telling the truth? → Read More

Jorge Ramos: All the President’s lies

The United States elected a president who lies so much that he’s lost credibility only two months after his inauguration. → Read More

Jorge Ramos: From Montezuma to Peña Nieto

Some lessons just never sink in, even after 500 years. → Read More

Jorge Ramos: From Montezuma to Peña Nieto

Some lessons just never sink in, even after 500 years. → Read More

Jorge Ramos: Donald Trump’s three fables

President Trump has made up three tall tales to criminalize, criticize and reject immigrants in the United States. → Read More