A newspaper’s comics section often provides a lighthearted escape from serious frontpage headlines. But comic writer Hector Cantú feels a duty to reflect reality in his "Baldo” series, which debuted in 2000. The only nationally syndicated comic strip about a…
By John Yang
In California, researchers are exploring the disproportionate rise of a progressive form of fatty liver disease in Latino children. The condition is the fastest-growing cause of liver transplants in young adults and appears to be linked to excess consumption of…
By Rob Waters, Kaiser Health News
After a succession of administrations that embraced Spanish-language content, President Donald Trump's White House is all but ignoring Spanish speakers even though he has a robust online presence in English.
By Jill Colvin and Luis Alonso Lugo, Associated Press
What's it like to be Latino and gay? Members of Orlando’s Latino LGBTQ community share the struggles they face being a part of two, sometimes dueling, communities.
By Kenya Downs
By PBS NewsHour
By Fran Kritz, Kaiser Health News
The marketing strategy is intended to address a growing need among Latinos for kidney transplants.
By Kyla Calvert Mason
The demographics of the country's college students are changing. The percentage of black, Latino and Asian students is growing. As students and their needs change, colleges and universities will have to respond.
How Latino Americans Have Shaped the U.S. and Fought for Acceptance…
In collaboration with the Smithsonian Institute, the Museo Alameda, which opened in San Antonio, Texas, in April, showcases Hispanic influence in American art and music. Jeffrey Brown reports on the museum's latest exhibitions.
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