Two small business organizations have teamed to encourage and boost youth employment.
The People's Republic of China will commemorate its World War II victory over Japan with a parade and the biggest display of its military force. The parade will show a variety of weaponry that has never been seen by the public, including ballistic missiles, tanks and armoured vehicles.
The Hispanic Federation and the New York Urban League have joined forces to introduce a new public education campaign, "¡Mi Primera Casa!" or "My First Home!," to increase multicultural access to home ownership.
Emmy Award-winning journalist Jorge Ramos continues to charge GOP hopeful Donald Trump after he was temporarily kicked out of a press conference and told to "go back to Univision."
Entrepreneurship is in the blood of Latinos. Latino-owned businesses have grown at twice the national rate, and a majority of Latino business owners plan to leave their businesses in the hands of their children.
Shakira, Pitbull, Sofía Vergara, Gloria Estefan and numerous other U.S. Latino and Latin American celebrities rely on the expertise of Irma Martinez, founder and creative director of Trendy Inc., who's made it her life's work to dress and style the biggest names in the business. She's also worked with "big brands" needing a little education how to appeal to Latin audiences.
Panama has become the second Latin American country to submit a film to the Academy Awards.
Take a look at some of the Mexican star's most popular roles.
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