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Latinos on both sides of health care Supreme Court “showdown”

Latino backers and opponents of the Obama administration-backed health care law are paying close attention to the high-stakes hearings inside the U.S. Supreme … Read More

Opinion: Beyond the “Individual Mandate”

As the Supreme Court begins hearings on the Affordable Care Act, all eyes are on the individual mandate or what opponents of the law are calling a “tax” on … Read More

A healthy idea: Calabacitas con Maiz

(Photo/Courtesy Nancy Lopez-McHugh) Most of the country has been hit with an unseasonable – but entirely welcome – bout of mild weather. For most of us, the … Read More

California’s first Hispanic poet laureate wants to tell our stories

(Photo/University of California, Riverside) Juan Felipe Herrera is in Sacramento today as a judge for the California Poetry Out Loud competition. He’s had … Read More

Miami Archdiocese broadcasts Pope’s historic visit to Cuba

Pope Benedict XVI and Cuban President Raul Castro walk upon arrival to Antonio Macedo airport, in Santiago de Cuba (Photo/Getty Images) The Pope will be making … Read More

Opinion: The reality all teens face

CHICAGO —Two weeks ago when the Trayvon Martin slaying was just picking up steam on the Internet, my doorbell rang and I opened the door to two policewomen. … Read More

Ricky Martin gets GLAAD

Ricky Martin was honored at the 23rd Annual GLAAD Media Awards held last night in New York City. The Puerto Rican singer and newly minted Evita star took home … Read More

Pope brings message of hope in Mexico, then on to Cuba

Pope Benedict XVI in Mexico, where he urged the youth to become “messengers of peace” to combat the violence which has rocked the country. (Photo/Getty … Read More

America’s leading jockey receives Woolf Award

Ramon Dominguez’ piercing blue eyes witnessed horse racing for the first time when he was 13-years-old. He was at a racetrack where his father used to bet in … Read More

Groups form national “citizenship drive”

Though there are over 8 million lawful permanent residents in the U.S. who could become U.S. citizens, it might surprise many to know that less than a million … Read More