Latino Voices

Matthew Purse was one of the most malevolent characters in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 6. The horrifying extent of his extremism has gone unreported, until now.
“It’s not fair to treat people like I was treated,” said one Haitian woman who was deported from Del, Rio Texas. “I’m not a criminal.”
The Labor Department is reversing a Trump-era policy that made it easier to pay tipped workers less for their time.
Weight gain, disordered eating and compulsive exercise surged during the pandemic ― but men often have nowhere to talk about it.
An app would let domestic workers accrue pay they’re owed — but in practice rarely get — to take sick days or care for loved ones.
According to a new report, women and people of color are still a long way from reaching proportional representation as TV creators, writers and directors.
Myrna Pérez, 47, will now be a lifetime judge on a U.S. appeals court.
In April, police in Alameda, California, kneeled on Mario Gonzalez’s back for nearly five minutes before he died.
The misinformation crisis among South Florida’s Hispanic communities is warping some residents’ understanding of reality — and straining family ties as a result.
Thanks to COVID-19, it's like a jungle out there on the dating apps.
Parents upset by delays in reopening schools amid the COVID-19 pandemic collected enough signatures to force the special recall election.
The last hike came early in former President Barack Obama’s first term.
On Instagram, Ryan Dorsey described 5-year-old Josey as "an intuitive soul," adding, "He misses you but knows he’ll see you again."
Rep. Pramila Jayapal reintroduced the Domestic Workers Bill of Rights, which would ensure basic workplace standards for nannies and house cleaners.
Josh Hawley’s legislation isn’t even about patriotism. It’s about pandering and whitewashing American history.
"Dreamer" Luis Grijalva qualified to run for his native Guatemala. But if he left the U.S. for Tokyo, he wasn't going to be allowed to return.
The study found lingering health effects on Muslim, refugee and immigrant communities residing in the U.S.
Josh Hawley says it is "an investment in love" to teach children a whitewashed version of U.S. history that doesn't include racism.
Asa Hutchinson, a Republican, is now trying to get the state legislature to overturn a law banning mask mandates in schools.
The actor and singer has been gracing the red carpet for nearly 15 years.