A new study finds that watching Spanish-language news doubles the likelihood that Latinos will vote
GOP presidential frontrunner responds: "I will say that people who are following me are very passionate"
"If you kick every Latino out of this country, then who is going to be cleaning your toilet, Donald Trump?"
The GOP frontrunner enters a community outraged over his rhetoric
He also called Hillary Clinton the worst Secretary of State in history
"Remarks like yours will serve brilliantly to energize Latino voters and increase turnout on election day against you"
Trump’s invective was anything but original
African-American and Latino retail industry employees earn lower wages than their white colleagues
"There has never been a better ambassador for the game or for the White Sox than Minnie"
Latino voters of both parties blame Congressional Republicans for failing to pass an immigration reform bill
Univision’s Jorge Ramos Calls President Obama Immigration Actions a “Triumph For The Latino Community”
The most influential Latino news anchor is taking a stand and wants you to notice
A key group projects 7.8 million Latino voters will cast ballots in 2014, a number that is about 25% lower than the 2012 Presidential election.
Community outreach by evangelical and pentecostal churches has pulled the U.S. Latino population away from its Catholic heritage.
Despite a underwhelming opening weekend, the horror spinoff was a savvy move
Before Republicans can win evangélicos over, they have to know who they really are.
The story of both churches repeats itself across America and is our cover story this week
TIME's Elizabeth Dias stopped by the NewsNation set to discuss her new cover story "Evangélicos!"
The idea that Florida Senator Marco Rubio would help Mitt Romney salvage some of the Latino electorate was always one of the Republican Party’s more halfbaked...
Asians and Latinos made key differences in battleground states, driven by a common desire for immigration reform.
Marketers, media and politicians take note: demographics indicate that more than half of Hispanics in the U.S. are now English dominant—and the statistic is...