From a stage on the crowded athletic field of a Las Vegas high school, President Barack Obama got an important endorsement in Spanish: Superstar Mexican rock band Maná.
The downturn is 'pervasive' and could hurt future growth, but major metropolitan gateway areas are less affected, analysis of Census data shows.
In the face of harsh educational statistics, a campus club is creating a new paradigm for Latino achievement and leadership.
Calle 13, a Puerto Rican hip-hop group with Pan-American music, rebellious politics and a raunchy sense of humor, triumphed at the 12th annual Latin Grammy Awards. “Entren Los Que Quieran” is Calle 13’s second album in a row to be named Album of the Year.
The biggest night in Latin music hits Sin City this Thursday--The Latin Grammys at Las Vegas' Mandalay Bay.
As demonstrations against the unequal distribution of wealth in the United States ratchet up, research provides a statistical look at that distribution: The number of people living in poverty has increased, are becoming more Latino, elderly and working-class.
The White House has scheduled a "Hispanic Community Action Summit" in Las Cruces as more Latinos are expressing anger over the number of deportations under Obama's presidency and the lack of progress on a comprehensive immigration plan.
Unions in the West play a dual role for many Latinos: professional training and political activism. With Latinos poised to play an important role in the 2012 election, what role will the unions play?
A tour outside the casino zone in Las Vegas reveals the Latino influence in Nevada. The billboards and shops advertising in Spanish anything from Mexican, Venezuelan or Salvadoran food to a relaxing massage are just as prevalent as the iconic neon signs in Las Vegas.
Spanish-language Telemundo network announced Thursday it will host its first presidential primary debate in December.
Hispanic community leaders charged Monday that whites still discriminate against them in voting, or there would be a Latino member of Congress and more Latinos in the state Legislature.
Calle 13, the Latin Grammy favorites who cull multiple nominations for the award with every album they release, have done it again. The duo, which already has 10 Latin Grammy awards under its belt -- is now up for 10 more, a new record.
For decades, a patch of casinos on the western edge of Nevada has relied on geography to lure California gamblers reluctant to drive the extra 45 miles for the glamour and glitz of Las Vegas. Now Primm Valley Casino Resorts is betting that aggressively courting Latinos in Southern California will help lead to success.
The population of Latinos has exploded, and they want their voices heard not just in the halls of schools or on the growing number of Spanish-language radio stations, but also in Congress.