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Here is a look at six must-visit national parks that showcase the incredible diversity of the American wilderness.
Miguel Angel Rodriguez, ex-Costa Rica President, says Latinos must defend their ideas and principles to better contribute to the development of the U.S.
The group focused especially on Venezuelan Maria Corina Machado, who won the opposition's primaries and seeks to challenge Nicolas Maduro
The overall figure rose 0.1 percent in October and clocked in at 3.9 percent. Among Hispanic Americans, the rate rose 0.2% to 4.8%
HUD found that nearly 25% of Hispanic households met the criteria for worst needs, either paying more than half of their income on housing costs.
They asked President Biden to grant a humanitarian parole and work permits to Mexicans that would allow them to live and work legally in the country
The Haitian government has not provided an official explanation for its decision
Artificial Intelligence Threatens Millions Of Jobs, But It's A Technology Where Latinos Are Not Far Behind
A recent AI study commissioned by Intuit QuickBooks found that 86% of 1,000 Hispanic and Latino respondents use artificial intelligence in their work, and 38% say they use it daily.
Latino Workers in U.S. Grow in Numbers, But Not in Living Standards Due to Education, Technology Issues
Hispanics are much more likely to be low-income than non-Hispanic whites and Asian Americans. In fact, nearly one-quarter (23%) of Hispanics live in households with incomes below 125% of poverty
Despite making up 70% of Silicon Valley's workforce, 72% of Latinos work in low-wage jobs and are underrepresented in higher-paying positions, states a recent report
Exclusive: Florida Senator Rick Scott on Why He Thinks the World Is Becoming a 'Very Dangerous Place'
Senator Rick Scott (R) discusses issues of interest to the Latino community in the Sunshine State and the U.S., including trade and political relations with Latin American countries.
Demographic Shifts Bring New Political Trends to Florida as Latina Legislators Can Make a Difference
Anna Paulina Luna (R), a Congresswoman of Mexican descent representing Florida in the House of Representatives, is now being joined by Debbie Mucarsel-Powell, who traces her origins to Ecuador
Three Million Crossed The Southern Border in 2023, Venezuelans Most Apprehended As Deportations Increase
More recently, large numbers of people have come from countries that have strained relations with the United States, making deportation difficult or impossible
Jordan needs 217 votes to win the nomination, and considering that his party's a razor-thin majority, he can only afford to lose a handful republican votes
The number of counties in the U.S. experiencing housing underproduction increased 32%. While there has been a decline overall in homes for sale in every price range, more affordable homes have seen the steepest decline
The trend in favor of Trump within the general Republican electorate is also reflected within the Latino population
A new chapter in the political crisis unfolding in the Republican Party began on Thursday, and its outcome is nothing but uncertain
After Tyson Foods Closed a Meat Processing Plant in Missouri, Latinos Try to Recover from the Aftershock
The meat giant is closing several of its plants across the country. The Noel plant in Missouri employed 1,500 people, many of them from local Latino communities
A look at how Latinos are moving around the country based on national trends. The Hispanic homeownership rate rose to 48.6 percent in 2022, according to NAHREP
More than 450 years ago, a three-masted ship sank in a hurricane off the coast of Florida, taking with it France's hopes of colonizing the peninsula.
The race to replace the ousted Republican speaker of the US House of Representatives intensifies this week amid questions over whether anyone is capable of unifying the chaotic party's warring factions.
This "Synod of Sinodality" is expected to be a controversial one, as more progressive and conservative sectors within the church differ con key aspects.
The political reaction to the impeachment of House Speaker Kevin McCarthy has ignited a political firestorm. The first to express their displeasure were the same Republicans. House Majority Leader Steve Scalise, Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan and Oklahoma Rep. Kevin Hern, are candidates to replace McCarthy
The shadow of the government shutdown is still on the horizon and will once again impact various agencies. Immigration remains one of the most important topics to the Latino community. Several logbacks will be expected if not avoided. Political asylum and some visas could be affected
Provisions of the John R. Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act is seen as essential to attracting more Latinos to the polls during elections.
Alex Mooney (R-WV) introduced H.R. 3190, a bill to suspend economic aid to Mexico for what he calls its failure to cooperate in the fight against fentanyl trafficking
Latina Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-New York), the youngest woman elected to the U.S. Congress, has found herself in yet another war of words, this time not with a fellow lawmaker, but with billionaire Elon Musk
Debbie Mucarsel-Powell made history as the first South American immigrant elected to the House of Representatives
Los Angeles Federal Courthouse To Be Named After American Civil Rights Icons Felicitas And Gonzalo Méndez
They are civil rights icons whose activism was part of the landmark 1946 case that led to the end of school segregation in California