Critics of the NY soda ban say it cracks down unfairly on small business owners while allowing some large convenience stores to skirt the rules.
Living in the City of Angels without a car, in what is still considered the "hood" - non-gentrified territory - means the novelty of expanded rail lines, cleanliness, a relatively low fare, and an honor system of payment wears away quickly.
The Pew Hispanic Center has released the top 60 metropolitan areas by Hispanic population.
A man who had been fired from an apparel importer in the shadow of the Empire State Building shot and killed a former co-worker on Friday morning
Here's a look at the artists rocking the Big Apple at this year's Brasil Summerfest.
Opponents of a mandatory federal immigration program called “Secure Communities” began rallying in cities that were the last holdouts in implementing the controversial program.
If you don't move to this mix from Angola, Argentina, Colombia and New York, we pronounce you dead.
Brooklyn-based Chilean artist Nelson Rivas aka Cekis makes it a point to explore the theme of immigration in his art based on his own personal experiences.
The Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation’s decision to discontinue funds to Planned Parenthood health centers for breast cancer prevention, screenings and education can potentially be harmful to Latinas health.
While it looks like redistricting won’t alter the maps too much in favor of the split between the Republican and Democratic parties, there are some implications for the growing Latino population.
The Hispanic vote represented a mere 9 percent of all ballots cast in the 2008 presidential election, but the peculiarities of the United States electoral system makes the presence of those votes in certain states crucial for the national result.
In deciding who may stay and who must leave this country, the deportation process for immigrants tolerates unfairness at every turn. There is a severe shortage of competent legal assistance for tens of thousands facing deportation.
Immigrants are following the path of their predecessors and assimilating just as rapidly today as they did in the past, and are on track to achieve great successes by 2030.
Acclaimed chef Aaron Sanchez is making his first foray into Spanish-language television with "Aaron Loves New York," which premieres next week on the lifestyle cable network Utilisima.