Category: Featured News, Politics, State/National News

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New Spanish Language Ads from Clinton Campaign Make Effort to Win Over Swing States

In an effort to win over Latino voters in the swing states, the Clinton campaign recently released new Spanish-language advertisements in...

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‘Saturday Night Live’ Adds First Latina Cast Member in Show History for Season 42

With 387 million native speakers, Spanish is the second-most spoken language in the world. Despite that, Spanish-speaking and Latino...

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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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More Than 127,000 Children Expected to Enter the U.S. by the End of the Year

The research group Child Trends estimated in a recent report that the U.S. will receive more than 127,000 refugee and unauthorized migrant...

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30 Ways to Add Fruits and Vegetables to the Foods You Enjoy

(TriceEdneyWire.com) – Fruits and vegetables provide vitamins, minerals, and fiber that our bodies need to stay healthy. Eating more...

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Mexican Music Legend Juan Gabriel Passes Away at 66

By Staff   Mexican music legend Juan Gabriel has passed away at the age of 66. Gabriel, who recently suffered from heath issues, died...

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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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Thousands of Venezuelans Cross into Colombia as Border Reopens

By Staff   Thousands of Venezuelans crossed into Colombia to buy much-needed food and supplies Saturday, after the border was reopened...

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Survey: Hispanic Millennials Doubt They’ll Be Able to Save Enough for Retirement

According to a new survey from Wells Fargo, Millennials have a bleak outlook on their financial futures — but Hispanic Millennials...