JORGE RAMOS, SENIOR ANCHOR, UNIVISION: Before finishing, let me ask you about Oscar López, the Puerto Rican political prisoner who was given clemency by President Barack Obama. What did you say to President Barack Obama for him to liberate him?
CONGRESSMAN LUIS GUTIERREZ (D-IL): I told him that he is a heroe for us.
LOURDES DEL RIO, CORRESPONDENT, UNIVISION: Oscar López-Rivera never abandoned his independence ideal, assuring that all human beings have the right to want their country to be free and sovereign.
OSCAR LOPEZ-RIVERA, CONVICTED TERRORIST: Colonialism is a crime against humanity. That is clear. And with being colonized has the full right to struggle for its independence.
LUIS CARLOS VELEZ, NEWS ANCHOR, TELEMUNDO: Thousands took to the streets to demand equal treatment and respect for the rights of immigrants.
FELICIDAD AVELEYRA, NEWS ANCHOR, TELEMUNDO: That is so. Others took the opportunity to protest the anti-immigrant policies proposed by President-elect Donald Trump. We have team coverage. We're in New York with Rebeka Smyth and in Los Angeles with María Paula Ochoa.
INGRID BARRERA, CORRESPONDENT, TELEMUNDO: The sound of the bullets is heard loading the 'Dark Girl of Fire' as the gun is called by its owner. It's a 38 calibre pistol, and it's mission, its owner says, is to protect his family. For security, the man prefers not to reveal his identity,but he assures he acquired the gun legally, and he's willing to do anything to protect his own.