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A bookend on a contentious legislative session at the Texas State House.

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Donald Trump Presidential Campaign One Year Later: Civil Rights Legend Dolores Huerta, former Miss Universe Alicia Machado Alicia Machado

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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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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump announced he has revoked the press credentials of a major U.S. newspaper -- the same newspaper the revealed the Watergate scandal.

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There are only three Latinos in the U.S. Senate, and the most senior of them all took Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump to task for remarks against ethnic minorities.

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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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The Republican National Committee announced a new Director of Hispanic Communications following the departure of another Latina Republican in the RNC's media department.

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As Donald Trump continues to try and unify the Republican Party after becoming the presumptive Republican nominee, the question most hold is: Will he get the Hispanic vote? Here is a sample of the diverse rhetoric Trump has used throughout his campaign.

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

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New York favored its own on Tuesday as Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton were victorious in their respective presidential primary elections.

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A coalition of U.S. Republican senators filed a U.S. Supreme Court brief challenging the legality of President Barack Obama's immigration executive actions.

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For California Latinos, the top issues are jobs, the economy and the state's water crisis, and these could factor in their preference among presidential candidates.

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