Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., does not support Puerto Rico's efforts to gain U.S. bankruptcy law rights. According to the Republican presidential candidate, Puerto Rico's leaders must lead through the difficult and necessary spending cuts and "out-of-control" big government.
The Democratic and Republican presidential frontrunners will be absent from an Iowa immigration forum this weekend. In fact, all Republican presidential hopefuls were invited but made no confirmations. The only Democrats attending: former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley and former Sen. Lincoln Chafee, D-R.I.
Republican presidential candidates have questioned the 14th Amendment, which allows U.S.-born children the automatic right to citizenship, but prominent Latinos and Latino-based organizations are criticizing calls to change the law.
Ahead of Secretary of State John Kerry's trip to Cuba this Friday, the Obama administration will not invite Cuba dissidents to the U.S. embassy flag-raising ceremony. According to reports, Kerry will "more quietly" meet with "prominent activists" later on Aug. 14. Sen. Marco Rubio, however, is furious with the administration's decision.
In continuing our mission to amplify the voice of the Latino community, Latin Post captured the reactions, thoughts and opinions of people following the first Republican presidential debate, which occurred on Aug. 6, from Cleveland, Ohio. The GOP debate covered topics including immigration, the economy and jobs, the Islamic State militant group and electability.
The first Republican presidential primary debate concluded, and while many GOP campaigns are claiming victory, everyone definitely has an opinion about the issues -- or the lack thereof - and the participating candidates.
The first primetime Republican presidential debate was highlighted by the issues, but the 10 GOP candidates also took the spotlight including businessman Donald Trump, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and Cuban American Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida.
The first 2016 Republican presidential debate finally has its 10 candidates following criteria set forth by Fox News Channel. The 10 names were revealed based on their rankings on the five national polls and include real estate businessman Donald Trump, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida.