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Before anyone gets excited over New York State being the first in the nation to offer tuition-less college, there are seven things to know before applying to the Excelsior Scholarship.

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R&B Star Mary J. Blige is among the throngs of celebrities speaking out against Donald Trump following his inauguration as US President.

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Donald Trump's pledge to build a wall along the Mexican border is formally being embraced by the Republican Party in the form of being included as part of the party's platform.

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A federation comprising of 56 unions, representing more than 12 million members, have voted to endorse Hillary Clinton for president.

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Following the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history, Donald Trump reiterated his immigration stance on Monday that would temporarily ban Muslims entering the U.S.

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It might have been an awkward meeting between President Barack Obama and Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., who met earlier on Thursday, only for Obama to later announce his support for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

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Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has claimed the presumptive presidential nominee for the Democratic Party on Tuesday night following

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The California presidential primary is on Tuesday, home to the largest number of pledged delegates at stake for either Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton.

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Further signaling her focus on the general election against Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton has tapped on Cristóbal J. Alex as her campaign's deputy director of voter outreach and mobilization.

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The results are slowly trickling in but it does appear Hillary Clinton will win her second Puerto Rico presidential primary.

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The unemployment rate among U.S. Latinos dropped in May, but the number of Latinos not working increased.

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Cinco de Mayo is fast approaching and there will a number of events that will allow the celebration of this American made holiday. Many restaurants will be hosting parties and some will have some great drink and dinner specials. Best of all there will be great music. Here is a list of great spots in New York that will be great for the celebration.

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The Indiana presidential primary provided some Latino groups a clearer picture of the general election as Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, suspended his campaign, which improves Donald Trump’s bid for the White House.

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Indiana is home to 167,000 Latino eligible voters, and while not all of the electorate will turnout on Tuesday, the Indiana primary will still play a crucial role in Ted Cruz’s presidential aspirations.

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The U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC), the largest Hispanic business organization in the country, has officially endorsed Hillary Clinton for the Democratic Party's nomination and Ohio Gov. John Kasich for the GOP's ticket.

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Primary Results for Latest Super Tuesday Could Improve Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump Odds to Party Nominations

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