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Clinton’s Favorability Among Latino Voters May Be On the Decline

Even with anti-immigrant Donald Trump as her opponent, there is proof that Hillary Clinton has failed to out-perform previous Democratic...

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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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Latina to Watch: Kari-Elyssa Ignacia Milagros Cepero

Sixteen-year-old Rochester resident Kari Cepero always loved to write. So, when she announced she wanted to write and publish her first...

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Sixteen-Year-Old Latina Publishes First Novel, “Dark Shadows”

By Staff   Sixteen-year-old Rochester resident Kari Cepero always loved to write. So, when she announced she wanted to write and...

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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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Update: Judge Reverses Decision in 2002 Case of Convicted Murderer Jose Torres

By Staff   (Update Aug. 24) – New York State Supreme Court Justice Francis Affronti has ruled convicted murderer Jose Torres...

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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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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...

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Puerto Ricans in Florida May be the Ones Choosing the Next President

Approximately 1,000 new citizens move to Florida every day, and lately many of them have been Puerto Rican. The territory’s...