Houston attorney Newton B. Schwartz Sr. contested presidential candidate Ted Cruz's eligibility.
Venezuela Head of Congress Henry Ramos expressed critique of President Nicolas Maduro on live television.
Guatemalan comedian Jimmy Morales was sworn in as the country's new president.
While Bill Clinton enjoyed popularity among the Latinos during his campaign, the optimism may have slumped in Hillary's case.
The first Republican primary of 2016 also marks this election cycle's first without Rand Paul and Carly Fiorina, leaving front-runners Donald Trump and Ted Cruz more time to make their case.
United States first lady Michelle Obama stole the spotlight during State of the Union Address in a Narciso Rodriguez dress.
Although there are many people opposing the idea of Donald Trump as the next president of America, Vice President Joe Biden thinks otherwise.
While President Obama is expected to cover last month's Climate Accord in Paris and a record-low unemployment rate, most of the speech, his last in office, will cover his ongoing gun reform efforts.
Facebook groups like "Latinos Who Support Donald Trump" give a different argument in terms on Hispanic voters' relationship with the GOP candidate, saying that his views are often distorted by the media.
Peru enacts Animal Protection Law but overlooks bullfights and cockfights.
Politwoops is back on Twitter after reaching an agreement with the social media network which banned it four months ago.
Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton was named most admired woman, a title she has previously won 19 times, dating back to 1993.
To win over Latinos, Republicans must acknowledge that immigration isn't their one and only concern.
Bernie Sanders takes the stage Saturday night, hours after taking the Democratic National Committee to court over information his campaign illegally gathered.
Cruz and Rubio could grab control of undecided Latino voters, but pressure from conservative voters to introduce tough immigration reform bills may hinder their efforts.