Latino Voices

Politics
The former New York City mayor sided with landlords over kids of color in a long-forgotten battle that could dog him in 2020.
WOMEN'S WORK
Meet the women making products for people the tech world forgot.
Entertainment
The colorful new trailer promises a film that highlights Latinx issues such as immigration and gentrification.
Black Voices
A new report claims the New York Police Department is using a dubious database to profile and crack down on Black and brown youth.
Comedy
The "Full Frontal" host launched a spoof online wedding registry for the White House aide.
Politics
Deportations of undocumented immigrants rose 4% compared with last fiscal year, while arrests inside the U.S. dropped 10%.
Women
Officials statistics on women’s murders don't match the cases tracked by advocacy groups.
Politics
New legislation from Reps. Jesús “Chuy” García, Ayanna Pressley and more would decriminalize border crossings and limit the “prison-to-deportation” pipeline.
Politics
Trump's "Remain in Mexico" policy, which strands asylum-seekers across the border, is not getting the public outrage it deserves.
Parenting
The popular name for baby boys is a way for Muslim families to honor Islam's final prophet, the Prophet Muhammad.
Queer Voices
Utah's Rep. Chris Stewart claims his bill will “bridge that gap” between preventing discrimination and allowing religion to inform individual decisions.
Entertainment
The "Living Proof" singer told Ellen DeGeneres that her new album was inspired by "falling in love and what that feels like."
Politics
The letter comes after a report detailed McKinsey's recommendations to Immigration and Customs Enforcement, including cutting medical and food costs for detainees.
Politics
The congresswoman has a bill to combat the disproportionately punitive discipline of Black and brown students in school.
Wellness
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U.S. News
In August, the Trump administration said it will stop considering requests from immigrants wanting to stay in the country for medical treatment.
U.S. News
An employee leading the agency’s work restoring power in Puerto Rico allegedly got hotel rooms and other gifts from a company head responsible for electrical recovery work.
U.S. News
El Paso prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for the man they say killed 22 people in the August 3 shooting.
Entertainment
Big Papi threw the pitch during a game against his former rivals, the Yankees.
Queer Voices
Though President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has pledged government investigations into LGBTQ hate crimes, the numbers have troubled local activists.