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Sofia Vergara won’t “wait forever” to have babies using surrogate mother

Sofia Vergara has gone public with the news that she intends to create her very own “Modern Family,” opting to choose a surrogate mother to carry her future … Read More

Mariela Castro to get gay rights award in Philly

PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- The daughter of Cuban leader Raul Castro will be allowed to travel to Philadelphia to accept an award for her gay rights advocacy, … Read More

Op-ed: A big sister’s advice – get covered!

Alejandra was born when I was eleven years old. She’s sassy, smart, beautiful, but first and foremost, my baby sister. Our two older sisters and I have done our … Read More

Urban baby blog: Potty training is a lie

I am deep in the throes of potty training. Every morning when Adi wakes up we'll go to her potty, sing the potty song, and cheer like deranged sports fans when … Read More

Jennifer Lopez passes on pop star legacy to newcomer Becky G

Jenny from the block is paving the way for new “It” girl Rebecca Marie Gomez, appearing in a new video in support of the 16-year-old Latina. Gomez – … Read More

Obama meets with Latino groups before heading to Mexico, Costa Rica

WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Barack Obama has met with Latino leaders ahead of an upcoming trip to Mexico and Costa Rica. Obama met Monday at the White House … Read More

10 lesser-known provisions of the Senate immigration bill

The U.S. Senate in mid-April 2013 introduced Immigration Bill S.744, also known as the "Border Security, Economic Opportunity and Immigration Modernization … Read More

In honor of Cinco de mayo, a new generation of Mexican-American chef (Part 2)

In honor of Cinco de Mayo—the day in 1862 when a small Mexican militia defeated a French army attach in the Battle of Puebla—we’re devoting an entire week to … Read More

Pediatricians across the country meet with legislators to push for gun safety

Dr. Raul Arguello, a father of two of the lucky children who survived the Sandy Hook school shooting in December, traveled from his Connecticut to Washington, … Read More

Op-ed: The effects of global warming impacts Latinos the hardest

Some people celebrate spring when the first daffodils appear in their yards; my equinox arrives via itchy eyes and runny noses of allergy-sufferers in my … Read More