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Nicole Acevedo


Nicole Acevedo is a reporter for NBC News Digital. She reports, writes and produces stories for NBC Latino and

Nicole Acevedo is a reporter for NBC News Digital. She reports, writes and produces stories for NBC Latino and

Latest from Nicole Acevedo

Spanish-language misinformation about renewable energy spreads online, report finds

A rise in Spanish-language disinformation and misinformation on climate change and renewable energy has gained traction, spiking after weather events, researchers found.

Bill seeks to rename L.A. courthouse after Latino family who paved the way for school desegregation

Rep. Jimmy Gomez, D-Calif., will introduce legislation to rename the Los Angeles U.S. Courthouse after the Latino family whose lawsuit Mendez v. Westminster paved the way for school desegregation.

Harris rallies for Biden's abortion rights and immigration priorities at Hispanic conference

Vice President Kamala Harris and Biden Latino Cabinet members addressed Latino congressional Democrats as recent polls show Trump has gained ground in polls of Latino and Black voters.
8d ago

On Hurricane Maria's anniversary, Puerto Rican groups push Congress on food security, tax breaks

On the sixth anniversary of Hurricane Maria, several Puerto Rican groups seek congressional action around food security and assistance and an end to tax breaks they say benefit the wealthy at islanders' expense.
13d ago

Protesters heckle Democrats as tensions grow over New York City's migrant housing crisis

Protesters disrupted a press conference Friday hosted by Democratic lawmakers who toured a New York City hotel sheltering migrants as tensions rise over the issue.
14d ago

A new court ruling deems DACA illegal, but the program hasn't ended. Here are 4 things to know.

A federal judge in Texas again ruled the DACA program for young immigrants raised in the U.S. is illegal but the program hasn't ended. Here are 4 things to know.
15d ago

Do Puerto Rico tax breaks displace locals to benefit the wealthy? Here are 5 things to know.

Puerto Rico's recent tax laws have created a tax haven for wealthy investors that has displaced Puerto Ricans, opponents say, while some support their impact. Here are 5 things to know.

Puerto Rico schools cancel classes as they grapple with unceasing, excessive heat

Classes are not in session in Puerto Rico's public schools Friday amid heat advisories and record-breaking temperatures — and no air conditioning in most schools.

NBCUniversal News Group chairman Cesar Conde among top honorees at Hispanic Heritage Awards

Latinos in media, entertainment and business are being recognized at the 36th Hispanic Heritage Awards, including NBCUniversal News Group chair Cesar Conde, Café Tacvba and Siete Foods.

Immigrants cleaning up after Hurricane Idalia wonder if DeSantis’ immigration law will limit their ability to rebuild Florida

Florida Latino immigrant workers said the state needed them to clean up after Hurricane Idalia though Gov. DeSantis tried to "push" them out with his new immigration law.

Fears over Florida immigration law surface as residents prepare for Hurricane Idalia

Latino groups urge Florida residents to seek help, shelter regardless of immigration status despite fears over Gov. Ron DeSantis' restrictive immigration law.