In a week, voters will choose whether to elect Adriano Espaillat to Congress. He would be the first Dominican-American to fill a seat in the House of Representatives.
On Election Day, California voters won't just be voting for a new president and a new U.S. Senator, they will also choose the language their children can be taught in.
To say that the Latino community in New York’s Suffolk County mistrusts its police department is an understatement.
Words to accompany two wedding traditions, the lazo and arras (coins) had been approved by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops in 2010 but had only been available in...
Students on their way to school are increasingly being targeted by immigration agents, advocates say, stirring fear and distress.
Hispanics are finding it more challenging to hang onto Spanish at home as more young Latinos speak English at home than ever before.
Deaf or hard-of-hearing Latino students in the U.S. face enormous language issues. If they want to communicate with Spanish-speaking relatives, they might need to learn not...
Like so many other print publications, the historic New York City-based tabloid published by impreMedia is struggling to find profits delivering Latino-related news in print.
State and national standardized testing scores for Hispanic students are far below those of their white counterparts, even decades of reforms aimed at reversing the trend.
In a massive operation launched by Immigration and Customs Enforcement in 2014, agents reported more than $2 million seized from transnational smuggling organizations.