Thursday 18 October 2018
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Category: Featured News, Politics, State/National News, Top Stories

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Latino Business Group Leads ‘Guac the Vote’ Movement

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), one in six Americans becomes sick from consuming contaminated food or...

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Latino Vote Slowly Turning Arizona Purple in Presidential Election

It seems that this year’s unconventional presidential election is causing not only individuals to question their political thoughts...

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Republicans Launch New Social Media Campaign for Latino Voters

Republicans are pushing new bilingual outreach strategies on social media, hoping to curry favor with more Hispanic voters before the...

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Yet Another Latino GOP Official Resigns Because of Trump’s Racist Rhetoric

The communications director of the Florida Republican Party announced on Monday that he is stepping down because of Donald Trump’s racist...

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Hillary Clinton Calls on Republicans for Additional Zika Funding, During Miami Visit

By Staff   According to reports, Hillary Clinton called on Congress to return to session for an impromptu vote to pass additional...

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Venezuela President Sports Luxury Watches While Citizens Starve

Fine jewelry and watches are items of luxury, and in any given year, a whopping 38 million Americans will spend money so they can flaunt...

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LULAC Convention Brings Hillary Clinton and Latino Voters Together

Hillary Clinton and several of her surrogates will attend this week’s League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) convention...

Senate Approves PROMESA to Assist Puerto Rican Debt Crisis

The U.S. Senate has passed legislation to restructure Puerto Rico’s massive debt payments and oversee its financial management, just...


Malia Obama to Intern at U.S. Embassy in Madrid

According to census reports, there are some 387 million Spanish speakers in the world, making it the second-most common language behind...


Violence and Riots in Venezuela as Food Shortage Crisis Worsens

Continuous food shortages in Venezuela have led to increasingly frequent and often violent public raids on stores, restaurants, bakeries,...