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Workforce solutions helps child support offenders get back on their feet

WESLACO - The Texas Attorney General is cracking down, and handcuffs may become a familiar feeling to those who choose not to pay child support. But one Texas … Read More

Op-ed: 10 things the GOP can do to turn the tide with Latino voters

The 2012 elections were a wake-up call to Republicans and conservatives. Many were not expecting Obama to win reelection decisively, much less win at all. While … Read More

Latina comedians make strides in male-dominated profession

Patti Vasquez decided to become a comedian when she first saw Margaret Cho. She says she saw many similarities between Cho's Korean mother, who is a big part of … Read More

Opinion: STEM Immigration Act – One step forward or two back?

At first sight, the STEM Jobs Act sponsored by House Republicans seems like a good idea.  It’s a step in the right direction toward reforming our broken … Read More

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Weekend Cocktail: A spiced pear margarita

The word margarita may bring to mind the neon green, sticky-sweet offerings at your local neighborhood dive but the elegant, spiced pear margarita at renowned … Read More

Tech Leaders: George Burciaga, Elevate Digital

George Burciaga wants you to love ads. That's why his company Elevate Digital has immersed itself in building touch screen platforms meant to engage consumers, … Read More

Puerto Rican veterans honored with their own street in NYC

This morning, an entire stretch of Southern Boulevard in the Bronx, New York is to be co-named “La 65 de Infanteria Boulevard” in honor of the Puerto Rican … Read More

Conn. official faults US handling of immigrant

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — An adviser to Connecticut's governor said Thursday that the U.S. government's detention of a Mexican immigrant reveals flaws of the … Read More

Many proposals – but will they lead to immigration reform?

When it comes to immigration reform, there seem to be two distinct periods -- before the election and after the election.  Before the election, the question was … Read More

Texas fifth-grader becomes mayor for a day

An Irving fifth-grader serving as mayor for a day says meeting the governor was the highlight of the day. Madeline Ojeda celebrated her 11th birthday on … Read More