Hispanics represent $40 billion of purchasing power in Arizona, a state where Latinos have been buffeted by the effects of harsh laws targeting undocumented immigrants.
A Pew Research Center poll found the president leading Romney among Hispanics 67 percent to 27 percent.
Though Hispanics represent 52 million consumers in this country and the majority of population growth, when it comes to financial planning, or even every day banking and insurance needs, we as a group are still in the minority.
MPAA chief Chris Dodd argued on Tuesday that Hollywood is ignoring the Hispanic population at its own peril.
U.S. companies have been pursuing emerging markets in Latin America in recent years, but a new Nielsen report says Hispanics at home also are an important market that shouldn't be neglected.
Jose Godinez-Samperio, 25, graduated at the top of his class at Florida State University’s College of Law. But the aspiring lawyer may not get to practice what he worked so hard to achieve.
With Hispanics increasingly living and working in polluted places, Latino environmental justice activists are going beyond protests to harness political power in the fight for healthier neighborhoods and workplaces.
A study released this week shows that support for gay equality among Hispanics is at least on par with that of the general population.
A California doctoral student who's an undocumented immigrant has published a free how-to guide on the Internet instructing similar immigrants on finding employment after college.
Hispanic men and women are more likely to be parents, according to a new study released by the Centers for Disease Control.
A new report from the Pew Hispanic Center says a lot both good and bad about the assimilation of the nation’s largest minority group, Hispanics.
A recent Pew Hispanic Center study indicates that a majority of people described by the Hispanic/Latino label still prefer to identify according to their family’s country of origin.
A new survey finds Latinos are among the groups who place the most emphasis on education as they weigh candidates and issues in November’s elections.
Republicans are ramming photo voter ID laws down states’ throats by drumming up fake scares about “voter fraud” caused by “illegal aliens.”