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Harnessing the Vote: Will Latinos Turn Out?
Groups are revving up efforts to turn out Latinos for the mid-term elections hoping they can make a difference in a few races.
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Some Latinos See Wealth Gains
The economic divide seen in the general population occurs within the Latino and other racial and ethnic communities.
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America's Multicultural Tipping Point?
Raul A. Reyes
Though the Census says America's whites will stop being a majority around 2043, a group is marking the majority of Americans as 'multicultural' on Friday.
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Voices: Despite Contradictions, Cuba's Changes
A finance professor born in Cuba recently paid a visit, and though he found contradiction in its economy, he says there is real change in various issues.
Pressure To Expand Deferred Deportation
A diverse group of undocumented adults who don't currently qualify for deferred deportation applied for it anyway to seek changes under the President.
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DACA Celebrated By Young Immigrants
Young immigrants say they have had something of a rebirth because of DACA. They can work, drive, afford school and not fear deportation.
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More Arrests Against Smuggling Operations
DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson said they have intensified operations to crack down on coyotes and organizations smuggling families across the border.
Dad Accused of Shooting Drunk Driver Who Killed Sons
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What? Venezuela Could Raise Gas Prices
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Though Venezuela's 1989 gas hike led to deadly riots, its 60 percent inflation rate is leading officials to talk of raising its bargain basement prices.
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Macy's Settles Racial Profiling Probe
The retailer Macy's has agreed to pay $650,000 to settle allegations of racial profiling at its flagship store in Herald Square in New York City.
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How Discipline Reforms Impact Latino Students
Raul A. Reyes
Los Angeles' school discipline reforms are being praised by Latino educators and experts who cite the link between suspensions and school outcomes.
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Immigrant Backers to Obama: 'Go Big and Bold'
About 15 events, including one in Washington, D.C., are planned by immigration advocates still demanding deportation relief from the president.
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A Castro Votes "No" In Cuba
The one member who broke tradition in Cuba's National Assembly and voting "no" on legislation was Fidel Castro's niece and Raul Castro's daughter.
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Latin America's Best Restaurant's 29-Course Feast
Simeon Tegel, GlobalPost
Peru's Astrid y Gaston has been ranked Latin America's best restaurant. Take a look at some of the truly unique dishes - and their presentation.
Can Another Young Latino Mayor Go To Washington?
California's House District 31 is a pick-up opportunity for Democrats and young Latino Mayor Pete Aguilar hopes to be the one to snatch it.
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FEMA Launches Spanish-Language App
The Federal Emergency Management Agency launched a free app with information on what to do before, during and after a disaster.
Lights, Camera, Struggle? Latino Actors Face Huge Hurdles
Raul A. Reyes
It's tough to make it in Hollywood, but Latino actors explain why it's even harder for them to transcend stereotypes, and how they're fighting it.
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Female Jockeys Aim For The Racetrack
In Mexico, female jockeys are working to break into the male dominated sport of horse racing.
Can Latinos Benefit As Claure Leads Sprint?
The U.S. Hispanic chamber's executive director says Sprint's CEO Marcelo Claure brings an understanding of the Latino and global market "in his DNA."
The Talented Teen Behind Dora the Explorer
Cafecito's Feliciano Garcia talks to 13-year-old Fatima Ptacek on the show's new season, her Ecuadorian roots and how she juggles her busy life.
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Broadway Star Priscilla Lopez Keeps It Real
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"Pippin" star Priscilla Lopez opened up about her career, her Bronx childhood, and her proudest achievement - which is not about being onstage.
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The Panama Canal Turns 100
The 100-year anniversary of one of the world's engineering marvels takes place amid setbacks related to its multibillion dollar expansion.
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Mexican Mogul's Mission: Easier Online Access
The CEO of Acceso Latino, created by Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim's foundation, explained their new free online site for U.S. Latinos.
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