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‘Gomez’ says goodbye to “Breaking Bad”

"Breaking Bad," the show which caught the attention of a record-breaking 10.3 million viewers, in the U.S. alone, has ended after six years. The AMC hit about a … Read More

With federal shutdown looming; more than 150,000 Latino federal workers brace for impact

The dark clouds of a government shutdown loomed over Washington Monday with government offices preparing to shut down in the coming hours while waiting for … Read More

Eugenio Derbez movie, “Instructions Not Included,” sets record

"Instructions Not Included"  continued its successful run over the weekend and has officially earned $38.6 million at the U.S. box office, replacing Guillermo … Read More

Justice Department to sue North Carolina over new voting law

WASHINGTON (AP) - The Justice Department will sue the state of North Carolina for alleged racial discrimination over tough new voting rules, the latest effort … Read More

A healthy idea: calabaza soup with coconut

Along with a chill in the air, a drop in humidity and, if you live in the north, a change in the leaves, the arrival of fresh calabaza at the market is one of … Read More

Behind the scenes, House Republicans working on immigration reform

WASHINGTON (AP) - Immigration overhaul legislation has been dormant in the House for months, but a few Republicans are working behind the scenes to advance it … Read More

Does your child play soccer or football? What to know about concussions

We Latinos love football and soccer. However, each of those games is associated with the risk of concussion. One million Americans have concussions annually.  A … Read More

Opinion: GOP opposition to new health care law defies reason, rationality

On October 1, uninsured Americans can begin enrolling for coverage under the new health care law, and the President wants to make sure people know it. “The … Read More

Latina Leaders: Dedicating her expertise to animal conservation

After dedicating nearly 30 years to researching and conserving tortoises and freshwater turtles, today, Dr. Vivian Paez is the recipient of the 2013 Sabin … Read More

On Hispanic Heritage Month, a spotlight on Chicano authors

In 1970, when Chicano hit the bookshelves, there was just one similarly themed novel published by a major U.S. imprint: José Antonio Villareal’s Pocho. The … Read More