The Obama administration has proposed pledging $1 billion to address the issues in Central America, specifically the region's security and governance.
Just one week after being sworn in as the new U.S. Attorney General, Loretta Lynch traveled to Maryland on Tuesday to meet with officials and community leaders about the unrest that erupted in Baltimore following the death of Freddie Gray.
Immigration and the economy have remained as the top issues among registered voters, based on new polling data.
The Office of National Drug Control Policy has stated that the amount of land under coca cultivation in Colombia jumped 39 percent in 2014 to about 276,000 acres, despite decline in recent years.
Latinos appear to still be looking from the outside in when it comes to getting college degrees, according to the latest figures.
Sprint rehired Prince Royce to help with developing unique music-related initiatives and programs in the company's new Latino Business Unit.
This week, a number of critically acclaimed films will be released on DVD including two Oscar nominated dramas.
The season finale of the crime-drama "Gotham," "All Happy Families Are Alike," was met with increased ratings, as the war between mobsters Falcone and Maroni escalated, and death and mayhem arose in the series' other storylines.
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