American citizens will have a third presidential option this November with Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson, former Republican governor of New Mexico, where Latinos currently comprise 47 percent of the state's population. One stance Latinos may want to keep an eye on is Johnson's views on
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Former Telemundo President Nely Galán Schools Why Donald Trump's Messaging Negatively Impacts His Latino Vote Efforts
Argentina teachers’ strike takes a turn for the worse as leaders prepare for more protests unless their demands are met. The largest labor union in the country prepare for a huge protest this coming April.
Argentine President Mauricio Macri said that for a country to rise, schools must not stop; posts a photo of a makeshift classroom after the Hiroshima bombing where students sat in front of a teacher against a city in ruins.
LAC (Latin America and the Caribbean) countries reportedly could have been twice richer. This is according to the findings of World Bank in Understanding the Income and Efficiency Gap in the Caribbean and Latin America. These countries considered being one of the fastest growing of the 2000s.
President Michel Temer personal pick Minister Alexandre de Moraes says he and his law office has numerous clients but has never directly helped the mafia as he attends a senate probe for his Supreme Court candidacy.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau welcomes refugees affected by Trump's executive order on banning seven countries from entering US.
Find out on why Fidel Castro's sister Juanita snubs state funeral here. If the family feud still unresolved?
Cubans and the world share life memories of the late Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro.
Cubans will observe a nine-day period of mourning following the death of their iconic leader Fidel Castro. Funeral plans are currently being prepared.
Colombia signs new peace deal with FARC rebels. Find out the changes on the agreement and the opposing parties in the country.
Architect Diaz Borioli has disclosed that its studio has designed the wall that would separate Mexico from US. This issue has awakened the attention of the public especially those who would be affected by the wall, with some calling it a "prison."
The Republican presidential candidate is trekking through battleground states this weekend in a last-second effort to appeal to independent and disenfranchised Democratic voters. His chances may rest with Latinos, the country's fastest-growing voting bloc.
Roughly just one in three unaccompanied children entering the U.S. illegally are represented by an attorney by the time they make their way to the Immigration Courts system.
Misconceptions about undocumented immigration were debunked with the Pew Research Center's newest report. Immigration into the U.S. is declining and the number of Middle Eastern arrivals remains relatively small.
The life of "paleta" vendor, Fidencio Sanchez, took a sharp turn when a photo of the 89-year-old man selling popsicles in the streets of Chicago was posted on Facebook last week.
A two-year battle over the right to grant all immigrant minors legal representation reached a roadblock this week as a three-judge court panel said their lawsuit would have to be filed individually. Without an attorney, children must face immigration judges alone.
An out-dated system of identifying potential undocumented criminals allowed hundreds of applicants to recieve permanent residence. Government agencies may denaturalize these individuals if they find it was obtained fradulently.
Nearly four years, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down key provisions in Arizona's incendiary immigration law that targeted undocumented immigrants. On Thursday, two of the remaining clauses were nullified.
The National Front for the Family organization is taking responsibility for an anti-gay marriage march that drew thousands of protesters to the streets of Mexico this past September 10, 2016. The demonstration was aimed at bringing raised attention to President Enrique Pena Nieto's recent proposal to recognize same-sex marriage across all of the historically conservative country.
The influx of undocumented indivduals crossing the U.S.-Mexico border has slowed over the last decade, along with a drop in births. Both can be attributed to a sluggish economy that prompted Latinos to move into rural, non-metropolitan areas with small Hispanic populations.
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