The number of Hispanics in poverty in the United States dropped by 1.2 percent from 2010 to 2011 - the largest drop of any group - but overall 1 of 4 Latinos remain stuck among America's poorest.
A group of academicians on Monday presented a study in which they detail the "robust" impact that stereotypes about Hispanic immigrants have on the integration and lives of those immigrants in the United States.
A leading labor union and allied super PAC are launching a multi-million dollar ad campaign hitting Mitt Romney.
GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney gathered Latino business leaders to discuss the issues he talks about with every other constituency: the economy and jobs.
Pay below the national average persists among the majority of Latino women, who earn, on average, 40 percent less than white non-Hispanic men, according to the Labor Council for Latin American Advancement.
The most recent report of the Bureau of Labor Statistics states that 12.8 million persons are unemployed . And the unemployment rate for Hispanics is at a 10.5 percent.
With eight months to go before Election Day, Obama is on pace to match the 76 percent support he got from Latino voters in 2008 — and the GOP may be undoing a decade of work to attract Hispanic.
A new national poll of Latino registered voters by Univision News/ABC/Latino Decisions has some very interesting findings that cast doubt on GOP chances of making inroads among them.
New claims for unemployment benefits are near a four-year low. And there’s some evidence that a group that’s been hit harder than others in this recession -- Latinos -- may be getting back into the workforce more quickly.
Like other cities around the country, Providence, Rhode Island is wrestling with serious economic trouble but there is one bright spot, according to a report by economists at the Federal Reserve of Boston - and that is the growth of Latino-owned businesses.
For Latinos who suffered among the worst of job losses during hard times, recent gains driving the Tennessee jobless rate down to 8.2 percent for January haven’t treated all types of workers equally.
The Obama campaign’s latest moves reveal the White House’s realization that by replicating the strong Latino support of the 2008 election a Democrat candidate for the presidency may be able to win in states like Arizona, for the first time since Bill Clinton.
President Obama’s reelection campaign on Thursday rolled out a Spanish-language website designed to connect with Latino voters called BarackObama.com/es.
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.