Latinos are growing in power and influence. Census numbers show Latinos are the nation's largest minority population, moving front and center in U.S. political discourse, innovation, and pop culture.
With the nation’s Latino population booming and now the country’s largest minority group, the Obama administration’s top Hispanic official is concerned that the federal government is not giving enough attention to Hispanic history and culture.
New online community, powered by BlogFrog, seeks to connect Latina bloggers with each other and with household brand advertisers.
"The yearly celebration known as Hispanic Heritage Month is well under way and I guess I should be embarrassed to say that I don’t really care too much for it. But I am not."
President Obama will host an Hispanic-themed "online roundtable" next week through the auspices of the Yahoo! website search engine.
In a salute to Hispanic Heritage Month, MLB.com posed the following question to some of the most respected authorities on baseball: Who were the top Latino pitchers in the history of the game? Based on a compilation of experts' rankings, here is a look at who finished No. 1.
“The Latino List” a documentary that spotlights Latinos including Pitbull, Eva Longoria and the Estefans (Gloria & Emilio) will premiere in Miami. The documentary is an HBO and AT&T production.
Five hurlers to be ranked in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month
Whatever one thinks of Latinos, one thing is for sure: They have given much to this country, and have much more to give. Any revolutionary changes in the economy, politics, technology, cultural life, social equity and justice must have Latinos at the heart of them.