Federal judges found more problems in Texas' voting rights laws, ruling that Republicans racially gerrymandered some congressional districts to weaken the growing electoral power of minorities.
By Paul J. Weber, Associated Press
How can more Latino males overcome financial and cultural barriers to higher education? Join The PBS NewsHour for our Twitter chat.
By Kenya Downs
Some Hispanic leaders who have been advising Donald Trump say they feel betrayed after his long-awaited immigration speech that definitively ruled out a pathway to legal status for people living in the country illegally.
By Jill Colvin, Associated Press
As protests draw attention to killings of African-Americans, advocates are demanding more coverage of violent policing in Latino communities.
By Kenya Downs
By Michael R. Blood, Associated Press
Bernie Sanders' image gazes out from a corner storefront in Boyle Heights, a Hispanic enclave known for its plump burritos and a plaza where mariachis strum guitars. It's here that his campaign is going house to house to cut into…
By Nicholas Riccardi, Associated Press
PAHRUMP, Nev. — Nevada Republicans thought they had put their immigration problems behind them.
By Jesse J. Holland, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Only 14 percent of state legislators are minorities, according to a report released on Monday.
Senators Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio both have a legitimate shot at becoming the nation’s first Hispanic presidential nominee. And yet their ethnicity has received far less attention than Barack Obama’s race did when he ran for president eight years…
By Anna Gorman, Kaiser Health News
In California, New York, Texas and elsewhere, health workers are trying to get more high-risk Latino men to use the drug, Truvada. The medication, which is used for “Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis” or PrEP, was approved by the FDA in 2012 for…
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