Legendary singer-educator José-Luis Orozco moved to the United States at 19 to find his own version of the American dream and soon realized that his calling was to keep Latino culture alive through children’s songs and literature.
The governor of Puerto Rico is trying to do what more than a century of American citizenship has failed to accomplish: make Puerto Ricans fluent in English.
After controlling the comings and goings of its people for five decades, communist Cuba appears on the verge of a momentous decision to lift many travel restrictions.
Federal prosecutors said Friday there was insufficient evidence to pursue charges against a U.S. Border Patrol agent in the shooting death of a 15-year-old Mexican national in 2010.
The SEIU continued its fight against Alabama immigration law HB 56 on Monday by filing a complaint with the Mexican Department of Labor, calling the law discriminatory and in violation of NAFTA.
If you don't move to this mix from Angola, Argentina, Colombia and New York, we pronounce you dead.
The subsidiary of Wal-mart that oversees the Mexico-based stores was more than willing to make payoffs to local officials in order to get the building permits necessary for all those structures.
The historic wave of migration from Mexico to the United States, which over four decades brought 12 million immigrants to the country, has come to a standstill.
The Tribeca Film Festival premiere of "Una Noche," a film about three Cuban teens trying to escape the Communist island nation for a better life in the U.S., was marred by the disappearance of two of the film's lead stars.
The Daily News published the first photos of the Colombian call girl whose encounter with a cheapskate Secret Service agent set off the agency’s worst sex scandal.
President Barack Obama is praising the free trade agreement between the United States and Colombia, saying it includes protections for workers and the environment that will serve as a "win" for both countries.
Roller Derby, a manic combat sport on wheels, is taking off in Mexico. It has become especially popular among girls, who are attracted by the action, the fashion and the girl gang camaraderie.
U.S. President Barack Obama takes his re-election campaign to Colombia this weekend, using the Summit of the Americas as a platform to tout his trade record and convince millions of Hispanic voters back home he cares about the region.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez flew back to Cuba late Saturday for another round of radiation therapy, telling his countrymen that he has faith a "miracle" will help him survive cancer.