New data revealed a recent study shows that immigration reform in the United States is a subject that no longer polarizes Americans so evidently.
Hillary Clinton, the former Secretary of State of the US, was present last Saturday, November 9 in Los Angeles to receive an award from the Latino community for her "contribution to strengthening relations between Mexico and the United States".
A poll revealed the names of the best-known Latino celebrities in the US, among which are actors, footballers, singers and journalists.
Latino workers are the ones propping up the Christmas tree industry in North Carolina.
A DNA test obtained recently shows that singer José Manuel Figueroa fathered the son of one of his fans after he was sued for alimony recently.
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The AFL-CIO released a series of ads urging Latinos to contact GOP representatives to support comprehensive immigration reform.
"X Factor" judge Paulina Rubio was on "The View" this week, speaking with host Barbara Walters about the rumors regarding the alleged playback she uses in her performances.
A new study by the Pew Hispanic Center reports that a majority of Latinos believe there isn't a clear Latino national leader advocating for their causes.
Two police officers in East Haven, CT where found guilty of violating the civil rights of Latino citizens through tactics such as the use of excessive force and unlawful arrests.
With the debt ceiling crisis now averted, at least for the moment, President Obama took the opportunity to urge Congress to pass immigration reform into law.
While the approval of immigration reform legislation is being debated in the U.S. House of Representatives, public discussions on the necessity of immigration legislation are reaching higher levels of attention.
The last few weeks of partisan politics and the 16-day government shutdown may surprisingly give leeway for immigration reform to reemerge as an issue in the national discourse.
Even with the nation still gripped in a fiscal crisis with Congress still arguing over the debt ceiling, President Obama told the nation Tuesday that he would push for a vote on immigration reform.
In an exclusive interview with Latinos Post, National Council of La Raza (NCLR)’s senior immigration legislation analyst Laura Vazquez discussed the future of immigration reform.