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Young counselor helping teens go to college, one student at a time

Shirley Giraldo is on a mission.  The 24-year-old Dominican-American counselor does whatever it takes to help the students in her Brooklyn, New York high school … Read More

Drum Roll: Latino Chefs Nominated for James Beard Awards

The James Beard Foundation Awards are considered the Oscars of the culinary world. It’s an occasion where the best chefs—the ones who make the most innovative, … Read More

Wilmer Valderrama, George Lopez and more back on television

Wilmer Valderrama to “Awake” fans “That 70s Show” alum Wilmer Valderrama is starring in “Awake,” a new NBC show slated to air tonight. The series stars … Read More

Celebrating Women: Massachusetts U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz

United States Attorney Carmen Ortiz is the very first Hispanic – and woman – to be named Massachusetts’ chief federal prosecutor. Ortiz was nominated to office … Read More

Court to rule later on Georgia and Alabama anti-illegal immigration cases

The three-judge panel of the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals, who heard arguments on the Alabama and Georgia immigration law today, said it would not issue an … Read More

Miami International Film Festival: John Leguizamo talks baseball in “Pelotero”

John Leguizamo, ultimate Mets fan and comedic actor, took a break from his world tour of “Ghetto Klown” to tell the story of two 16-year-old Dominican baseball … Read More

NBC Latino Congratulates: Rubi Rodriguez

Rubi Rodriguez is an outstanding student at South Cobb High School whose thirst for education and success is a reflection of her incredible journey. She once … Read More

One Man Takes On Controversial Sheriff’s “investigation” of Obama

Arizona Latino community activist Randy Parraz is angry, and he has one question. “Why is Sheriff Joe Arpaio wasting taxpayer money and time investigating … Read More