Nidia Bautista

Nidia Bautista

United States

LA teachers strike for 'practically same reasons' as 29 years ago

Thousands of educators strike for better wages and conditions, the same reasons many joined the last stoppage in 1989.

LA teachers strike for 'practically same reasons' as 29 years ago

Asylum Seekers

Murder of Honduran teens highlight dangers for refugees at border

Rights groups say delays in asylum processing puts migrants and refugees, unaccompanied minors, in harm's way.

Murder of Honduran teens highlight dangers for refugees at border

Asylum Seekers

Judge blocks US asylum rules for domestic, gang abuse survivors

Judge rules Trump policies limiting asylum protections for domestic and gang violence survivors violate the law.

Judge blocks US asylum rules for domestic, gang abuse survivors

US-Mexico border

Hunger-striking asylum seekers call for faster border processing

More than a dozen asylum seekers and activists go on hunger strike in Tijuana, calling on US to speed up asylum process.

Hunger-striking asylum seekers call for faster border processing

US-Mexico border

Heavy rain turns Tijuana asylum seeker camp to mud

Hundreds moved to indoor facility as fears grow migrants and refugees will become sick due to unsanitary conditions.

Heavy rain turns Tijuana asylum seeker camp to mud

Women's Rights

New US asylum rules leave abuse survivors 'always afraid'

Survivors and advocates warn decision to stop granting asylum to domestic violence survivors will lead to more deaths.

New US asylum rules leave abuse survivors 'always afraid'

Women's Rights

What does Harvey Weinstein's arrest mean for the #MeToo movement?

Advocates against gender violence say the Hollywood producer's arrest is a major symbolic victory, but just the start.

What does Harvey Weinstein's arrest mean for the #MeToo movement?

Gun control

March for Our Lives: Thousands of students rally for gun control

From Washington, DC to Tokyo, students in over 800 cities and towns rally to demand an end to gun violence.

March for Our Lives: Thousands of students rally for gun control

Gun violence

US cities see student-led walkout over gun violence

Students across the US walk out of class for 17 minutes to demand stricter gun controls and protection in schools.

US cities see student-led walkout over gun violence

United States

US says 200,000 Salvadorans must leave within 18 months

Trump administration says recipients of Temporary Protected Status have 18 months to leave or find a legal way to stay.

US says 200,000 Salvadorans must leave within 18 months

Immigration

Hondurans in US live in limbo amid TPS uncertainty

The US is weighing whether to renew temporary protected status for Hondurans, leaving thousands in a state of anxiety.

Hondurans in US live in limbo amid TPS uncertainty

Immigration

US ends protected immigration status for Nicaraguans

Monday's announcement affects 2,500 Nicaraguans, but grants temporary reprieve to Hondurans who fear they will be next.

US ends protected immigration status for Nicaraguans