If you want to reach Latinos, you have to speak to each group individually and directly—and not just during the elections.
Latinos don’t take the right to vote lightly. And that’s why we have prepared a comprehensive guide with all the information you need to vote and make your voice heard in November.
We are here to ensure that our almost 1.2 million Boricua brothers and sisters in Florida know how powerful our vote is. And that those on the island can rest assured that we’ve got their backs and will vote because they can’t.
This year will be the first time in the 63 years of existence of the National Puerto Rican Day Parade the event won't be taking place at Manhattan's Fifth Avenue.
“Layla’s sister gave the policemen the video and they found them. That gave me great relief,” said her grandmother. “But it won’t bring my girl back.”
Serena Velázquez's mom opens up about how she feels now that the two men that brutally murdered her daughter and Layla are in the hands of the FBI, and could even face the death penalty if found guilty.
With two suspects arrested the FBI claims jurisdiction in this case with enough evidence to categorize it as a hate crime.
Americans young and old, from Michigan to Florida, want President Trump to hear their voices. These selfie-letters are how they're doing it.
There are still seven unsolved hate crimes that have taken place on the island in the past 15 months alone.
After financial aid was not approved, hospitals are at crossroads with investments to attend COVID-19 and low occupancy.