Today, studies show being bilingual benefits your brain functions for life, and some researchers believe bilingualism can even help prevent Alzheimer’s disease.
California's Mi Pueblo chain, catering to Latinos, was founded by an illegal immigrant. So the company's announcement that it will participate in a worker immigration-status program has spurred anger.
For the first time in the shows’ 43-year history, “Sesame Street” held an open casting call, to search for the perfect Latino actor to join the puppet family.
If you're Latino and are in the New York area, you could have a chance at taking up residence at a very exclusive address: Sesame Street.
Mitt Romney’s new campaign attempts to reel in Spanish-speaking voters by emphasizing how the presumptive Republican presidential nominee plans to help small business owners.
123UnoDosTres, a revolutionary Channel targeted at young, bilingual U.S. Latinos, launched on YouTube June 15th with the premiere of the new docu-series,“123:POV Juanes”.
The governor of Puerto Rico is trying to do what more than a century of American citizenship has failed to accomplish: make Puerto Ricans fluent in English.
BabyCenter en Español polled more than 400 Hispanic moms and found some revealing facts about Latina moms and their toy-buying habits.
Being bilingual can make you smarter, improve cognitive skills not related to language and even shield against dementia in old age.
Hispanic immigrants that speak English along with their native Spanish are healthier than new arrivals that speak only one language, says a new study that links bilingual language proficiency and overall health.
Ensuring that everyone in our society has the ability to speak the same language and take advantage of the opportunities this skill affords should not be a partisan issue.
Alfonso Cornejo is trying to do what has never been done in Cincinatti, he is building a bilingual student database to improve the job prospects of the city’s approximately 2,000 Latino students.
New NBCLatino.com English-language news site will launch in early 2012.
Washington feels more Latinized every day. The region’s Latino population rose 73 percent between 2000 and 2010, from 408,885 to 709,193. Yet, research shows that most grandchildren of Latino immigrants will sound like gringos.