The United States and other rich countries got on their high horse to rebuke the Dominican Republic government's decision to set a deadline to deport illegal immigrants.
Administrators in Puerto Rico still seem unwilling to make the fiscal adjustments needed to end the crisis, nor the major reforms required to begin a long-term recovery.
By not mentioning Latino contributions to America, Trumps makes all those who have made those contributions feel disrespected.
There is a remarkable coalescence of evangelical Christians around that support immigration reform and believe that it would reflect biblical principles of hospitality, family...
Despite the stereotype suggesting the opposite, tech offers a tremendous opportunity for Hispanics and African-Americans, which regulators have failed to take into...
Meet the Press’s mission seemed to be about examining dangerous men like the triumvirate of power killings now making headlines. Instead they introduced us to three black men...
Hispanics have an opportunity to help bury Trump and “Trumpies” with ridicule, for good.
Using the power of the purse, Congress has taken yet another positive step to push back on the anti-business policies of the union-backed National Labor Relations Board.
"My dad’s dad, my abuelo Juan and I went fishing and swimming in the Rio Bayamon, raised rabbits and chickens in the backyard and ate lots of rice and beans," writes Geraldo.
If Pope Francis and all who aspire to his style of religious teaching can see this moment as new and rich with potential, and not only as a narrative of loss, the...
Because the health care industry represents 20 percent of Puerto Rico’s economy, its collapse would have a catastrophic effect on Puerto Rico’s already fragile economy.
Jeb Bush is for all intent and purposes, the GOP’s Latino candidate, yes more so than both Senators Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz who are Latino.
A ruling against the ACA would be a ruling against the health of Latinos and other Americans.
It is clear that no matter the outcome of the Supreme Court case, Obamacare – as it was conceived – is unlikely to weather ongoing scrutiny.
GOP's continued push for policies that make it more difficult for people to vote disproportionately affects minority and young voters.