Unlike many staged resignations , common in the rough and tumble of D.C.'s political culture , Solis's departure was neither planned, requested, or expected.
Latino backers and opponents of the health care law are paying close attention to the high-stakes hearings inside the U.S. Supreme Court, as Justices hear arguments on the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
What the country's first Latina Cabinet secretary can teach us about women in business, the value of affirmative action, and the culture of Washington.
Latino leaders at the Latino State of the Union met this past week and discussed this year’s public policy priorities: reproductive justice and economic development.
The unemployment rate for Hispanics dropped to 10.5 percent in January, down from 11 percent in December.
U.S. Labor Secretary Hilda Solis is visiting Denver to sell Coloradans, including Latinos, on President Obama's jobs bill.
President Obama pitched his mammoth jobs bill to Latinos gathered Wednesday night at a black-tie dinner for the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute.
Google, Goya, Yahoo, Intel, and Levi Strauss are iconic and uniquely American brands. Most people don’t know that all were founded or co-founded by immigrants. Our current economy needs to be fostering success stories like these. But just as important: we also need to foster the successes of countless immigrants who mow our lawns, build our roads, clean our offices and harvest our crops.
Labor Secretary Hilda Solis said Wednesday the Hispanic community still supports what President Obama is doing on jobs despite the stubbornly high unemployment rate.
The gains made by Latinos since the Civil Rights era have been numerous. None of these gains could have been made without the help and voice of Latino advocacy organizations.
President Barack Obama has a job to do convincing Hispanics if he hopes to win their vote in 2012, because he has not kept his promise of immigration reform, the leader of the National Council of La Raza, Janet Murguia, said Tuesday.
The Obama re-election campaign announced Thursday that Katherine Archuleta will serve as political director. With her appointment, Archuleta becomes the first Latina to hold the position on a major presidential campaign.