California Attorney General Xavier Becerra's nomination to serve as the Health and Human Services (HHS) secretary is the most controversial cabinet choice of President Joe Biden to date. Republicans wanted to deny Becerra's confirmation, and some of them voiced sharp criticism of him during the Senate's first of two hearings on Tuesday.
This week HP announced the appointment of former Small Business Administrator chief Aida Alvarez to its board of directors, a decision that has drawn much praise from diversity advocates around the country.
Latinos from all walks of life are observing Pope Francis’ U.S. visit, including the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, a coalition of Latino lawmakers who anticipate his address to Congress scheduled on Thursday.
The Obama administration revealed it will veto a House legislation affecting “sanctuary cities,” which have received national attention following the death of a San Francisco woman by an undocumented immigrant and remarks by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
U.S. Rep. Xavier Becerra this week received the Edward R. Roybal Award for Outstanding Public Service, an honor for individuals who have committed themselves to public service across the U.S. and the Latino community.
Despite a GOP-controlled Congress seeking to undo President Obama's new immigration executive programs, Latino legislators this week assured immigrants that may qualify for those programs that they would indeed come to fruition, and they should get ready.
From Jennifer Lopez to Antonio Villaraigosa and Mariano Rivera, Latinos have made widespread contributions to American culture, business and politics. As the nation celebrates its birthday on this 2014 Fourth of July weekend, Latin Post.com takes a special look at the most influential Latinos in the U.S.
Once upon a time there was Mexican-American man by the name of César Chávez, a farm worker who became a civil rights leader and founded the United Farm Workers Union...and there was an inspirational woman named Dolores Huerta, also Mexican-American, who helped him do it. Then, there was a Colombian-American man by the name of Harry Pachon, who drew national attention to Latino issues, such as bilingual education, political engagement and immigration. To follow, there were a number of men and women who helped to mobilize change and enable success for Latinos in America. The End?