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Colombian president’s visit with Obama to emphasize economy, peace talks

Looking for another term in office, Colombia President Juan Manuel Santos is in Washington to show his country is moving ahead economically while it hammers out … Read More

Opinion: Working toward an AIDS-free generation

For many of us, HIV was a pretty taboo topic in our homes — definitely not something most Latino families ever really talked about. Yet the truth is that … Read More

Opinion: Health law’s coverage of pre-existing conditions a game-changer for Latinos

My abuelo querido, my beloved grandfather, was a Renaissance man. Though his education was limited he taught himself to do just about anything he set his mind … Read More

What to know about migraine headaches in children

Migraine headache is the most common acute and recurring headache syndrome that occurs in kids.  It is characterized by periodic episodes of severe … Read More

A simply elegant holiday recipe: Almond-orange flan

This recipe for almond-orange flan was one of the first I made for my husband’s family shortly after we were married and right around the holidays three years … Read More

Opinion: President Obama, yes you can reduce deportations

Last week, President Obama faced off with a heckler during a speech in San Francisco. “Mr. Obama, I need your help!” shouted Ju Hong, a University of … Read More

[VIDEO] Rosie Perez gets honest about her greatest challenges – and her love of Beyoncé

Video by Alessandra Hickson Actress Rosie Perez has had a career most would envy – with roles in iconic films like “Do the Right Thing” and ‘Riding in Cars … Read More

4 dead, more than 60 injured after train derails in NY

At least four people were killed and more than 60 were injured after a New York commuter train derailed Sunday morning. The Metro-North train derailed in the … Read More

Immigration reform fasters begin “National Days to Act, Fast and Pray”

After more than three weeks of fasting, immigration activists in Washington D.C. will be joined by many around the nation as they begin the “National Days to … Read More

Puerto Rico to debate daylight saving time plan

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico -- Legislators in the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico are expected to debate a proposal that would create a daylight saving time like the … Read More